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News about Exchange 2010 and hosting

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Saw some news at this Microsoft blog, about what’s coming in SP1 for Exchange 2010 regarding Exchange hosting. It is important especially to those who are running current HMC Hosted Exchange because Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosting model will replace the existing Exchange hosting in HMC. Read the blog post.

DotNetPanel goes Open Source

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  Great news for the hosting community, DotNetPanel has released their DNP software as Open Source under the name Website Panel. DotNetPanel has undoubtedly been the best .NET based Control Panel for Windows hosting, such as IIS, Exchange, SharePoint and Hyper-V. For reason they have now decided to make it available for free under the open source license. We are excited to announce that SMB SAAS Systems Inc. has revised the DotNetPanel codebase and posted that new code under the…

PFDAVAdmin, Exchange 2007 and .NET v.1.1 issue

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PFDAVAadmin is still a great tool to manage public folders. It helps you do a lot of things "in bulk" that you would not easily be able to do otherwise (in a GUI). At least not as quickly and it works with Exchange 2000/2003/2007 even though it’s an old utility. However, on two different Exchange 2007 servers, I have received messages similar to this: ‘Could not expand https://localhost/exadmin/admin/mydomain.com/public%20folders/: name cannot begin with the ‘0’ character, hexadecimal value 0x30. Line 1,…

URL Rewrite Module 1.1 for IIS 7

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URL rewrite module provides a rule-based rewriting mechanism for changing requested URL’s before they get processed by web server. The Microsoft URL Rewrite Module 1.1 for IIS 7 provides flexible rules-based rewrite engine that can be used to perform broad spectrum of URL manipulation tasks, including, but not limited to: Enabling user friendly and search engine friendly URL with dynamic web applications; Rewriting URL’s based on HTTP headers and server variables; Web site content handling; Controlling access to web site…

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