Posts Tagged ‘exchange’


Back From TechEd 2011: Does it support SharePoint and Exchange?

Monday, June 13th, 2011 by David Corrales
Do PrimalScript and PrimalForms 2011 support SharePoint and Exchange? Yes, PrimalScript and PrimalForms 2011 supports any module or snapin that is not bound to a specific host, such as the PowerShell ISE. Both products will provide code completion, syntax coloring, and dynamic help for modules and snapins. The 2011 products also support 64Bit snapins and Modules.  Both products allow you to change between 32Bit and 64Bit platforms on the fly.…   More »

Call for Tech Reviewers

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 by Jeffery Hicks
Once again SAPIEN Press is putting out the call for technical reviewers for a new book. The book, as yet untitled, is about enterprise telecommuting. It covers everything you might need to know about designing, installing, configuring and maintaining a corporate telecommuting or remote access environment. An ideal reviewer will have experience with Windows Server 2008, Active Directory, Exchange 2007, SharePoint, Office Communication Server, Terminal Services, Windows Mobile, and enterprise level networking. I hope you get the picture that this is will be a very complete book, written by Brien Posey so we're very excited about it. By the way, this is NOT a scripting book. These are Brien's goals for the book...   More »

PrimalScript Samples

Monday, November 10th, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
Here's another tidbit about PrimalScript that you may not be aware of. Not only does PrimalScript offer a large number of code snippets that you can drag and drop into your scripting or development project, but it also includes a large number of complete sample scripts.   More »

Fine Tuning Set-CASMailbox

Friday, August 8th, 2008 by IlseVanCriekinge
When you use the EMS cmdlet Set-CASMailbox to configure user-based segmentation for Outlook Web Access, you may already have noticed that even though you set the value of just one property to $False, by running a simple line like Set-CASMailbox UserA -OWAChangePasswordEnabled:$False Exchange will set the value of all properties starting with OWA to $False, thereby disabling almost every feature of Outlook Web Access for that user or the users you selected to change. Exchange will enable the ability to change the password using OWA, but will disable all other features that weren't explicitly enabled or disabled prior to running the cmdlet. There are quite a few easy ways to reset or undo the changes.   More »

TechEd 2008 Day 3

Thursday, June 12th, 2008 by Ferdinand Rios
Day 3 – Whew! That was intense! Its day three of Microsoft Tech-Ed and this morning was the big T-Shirt giveaway (part 2). While we had already handed out over 500 T-Shirts on Monday night, this morning was the last opportunity for attendees to get a t-shirt from us. So what, you ask? Well if an attendee is spotted wearing the SAPIEN Tech-Ed T-shirt at tonight’s attendee party at Universal Studios Theme park, they could win $1000 or any one of many fabulous prizes.   More »

Exchange Management Shell: TFM Now Available

Friday, May 2nd, 2008 by Don Jones
Visit to purchase the eBook edition of this book, which is a "cookbook" on managing Exchange Server 2007 by using Windows PowerShell. The print (and print+ebook combo) edition will be available shortly - it's off to the printer even as I type this. …   More »

Exchange + PowerShell Book Needs Reviewers

Thursday, January 31st, 2008 by SAPIEN Technologies
Hot on the heels of Windows Server 2008: What’s New | What’s Changed, we have another book in need of reviewers who can offer technical corrections, suggestions, and comments on chapters. The book, Exchange Management Shell: TFM, covers the nuts and bolts of managing Exchange Server 2007 (not previous versions) using the Windows PowerShell command-line. You should already have significant Exchange experience, since the book does not seek to teach basic Exchange concepts, but rather focuses on the “how to” of command-line administration. The book consists of about 10 chapters, and anyone reviewing all 10 will be eligible for a…   More »