More Exchange Job Openings

Our blogging recruiters Zoe and Gretchen are highlighting openings in Exchange.  Their post focuses the responsibilities of our Software Design Engineers in Test (SDET), but I also noticed an SDE opening on the Exchange programmability team today.  This position reports to a very smart and nice guy.  I guarantee you will learn something from him and…


Type down searching in Outlook Web Access

Sometimes in using your own software you take advantage of features that other people have no idea are even in there.  This morning I was talking to some people who didn’t know about our type down searching in the main viewer of OWA.  Although they use it in Outlook, it doesn’t register that they can…


Job Opening in Outlook Web Access Development

Without sounding too much like a sales pitch here, I would like to put the word out that my team in Exchange, that is building the next great versions of Outlook Web Access (OWA) and Outlook Mobile Access (OMA), is looking for a solid developer to help the effort out.  The job involves working with “, C++,…


Intl. Safe URLs to Outlook Web Access Modules

KC posted an OWA tip from me on loc-independent URLs to OWA views on the Exchange blog.  Have to blog one’s self, geesh.


Drag and Drop Attachments in Outlook Web Access

Here’s an Outlook Web Access (OWA) feature that’s in some ways little known.  Although if you search for it, you can find articles talking about it.  It’s the ability to drag and drop attachments on to a message.  What makes this possible is our S/MIME control.  Try it out.  Install the S/MIME control from the Options page and…


Outlook Web Access Addressing Shortcut: Avoiding Ambiguous Name Resolution

Here is a handy little shortcut for you Outlook Web Access users out there, one that I use all the time.  Frequently I will type in the full alias of someone in the address book and expect it to resolve directly to the person I want.  Let’s say for example, the alias is “toshm” and…


HOWTO: Make Outlook Web Access Your Default Mail Agent

Here’s a little off-topic post for you all.  HOWTO: Make OWA your default mailer. 1.  Add the following to a .reg file Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail\OWA]@=”Outlook Web Access” [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail\OWA\shell\open\command]@=”\”C:\\Program Files\\Internet Explorer\\iexplore.exe\” http://server/exchange/alias/”   2.  Import it into the registry by double-clicking the .reg file  (Please know that mucking with the registry is potentially dangerous and…


Exchange related blogs

Scoble points to an Exchange related blog and in reading through it I find a link to another one.  There’s a couple OWA tips listed which is very cool.


Another Happy OWA User

Cool.  Don Browning signed up for the Outlook Web Access trial after reading my blog and sends his compliments to the team.


Exchange 2003 RTMs

Exchange 2003 releases to manufacturing with the greatest version of Outlook Web Access to date!  Here’s a list of some of the features that I worked on:  S/MIME, rules, junk e-mail options, improved address wells and contacts search.  Try us out.  You’ll love it.