External articles


  • Workshop: Advanced PowerShell Management of Office 365
    IT/Dev Connections, October 2016 (Blog)
  • Exchange 2016 & OOS, Office Online Server (Blog, Recording, Slides)
    E-Communications event (BE), ~30 visitors + Streamed (20 live), April 26th, 2016.
  • Workshop: Managing Exchange On-Premises and Exchange Online using PowerShell (Blog, Slides)
    IT/Dev Connections, September 2015
  • PowerShell Tips & Tricks for Exchange (Blog, Slides)
    IT/Dev Connections, September, 2014
  • MEC 2014 Highlights (Slides)
    Exchange event for holding & relations, 60 visitors, May 12th, 2014
  • Exchange 2010 Tips & Tricks (Blog, Slides)
    Exchange themed NGN event (NL), +/- 100 visitors, October 31th, 2012
  • PowerShell for the Exchange 2003 Admin (Blog, Slides)
    Exchange themed NGN event (NL), +/- 100 visitors, May 19th, 2011
  • Amazing Autodiscoveries, Exchange 2007/2010 (Video, Blog, Slides)
    Exchange themed NGN event (NL), +/- 150 visitors, February 14th, 2011






2 thoughts on “Public

  1. Hi.
    Do you probably know anyway the one can run Exchange and Postfix alongside? while synhcronizing with each other?



    • Those are two whole different e-mail eco systems, relying on different directory systems. Mail itself can of course route between those two, when configured properly. Synchronizing accounts or entries for address lists relies on identity management products, i.e. FIM.

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