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As the song says “War! What is it good for?”. Well, maybe not absolutely nothing, but it is definitely a distraction. Whether we are talking about Apple vs. Microsoft, C++ vs. Java vs. .NET, Lotus Notes vs. Microsoft Exchange, Nikon vs. Canon, Cubs vs. White Sox or Bears vs. Packers our world is filled with fan boys ready to go to battle. Just cheering for your favorite isn’t a problem. It is when you have a driving need to put the other guy down and prove that you are behind the winner. Let’s take ...
Recently I saw a question come to my friend Spencer here at /n software about whether or not it was possible to use the Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP1 PowerShell cmdlets through the /n software PowerShell Server. The person wanted to be able to manage Exchange from a remote Unix machine. Of course, as I’ve mentioned before, it could be done from anywhere that supports SSH – like an Apple iPhone or a Blackberry. The PowerShell server uses impersonation - it impersonates the user that the SSH client authenticated ...
From the Exchange Team blog "You Had Me at EHLO" (which IMO is one of the best blog titles ever): Exchange 2007 is RTM. Documentation Technorati tags: Exchange 2007, Exchange, RTM, Microsoft Exchange, You Had Me at EHLO ...