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New Exchange Tool Released..PSTCapture and Client N/W Bandwidth Calculator

Posted by Awinish on February 14, 2012

The most awaited tools related with Exchange server.

Exchange Team posted the PST Capture Tool for download.

PST Capture helps you search your network to discover and then import .pst files across your environment – all from a straightforward admin-driven tool. PST Capture will help reduce risk while increasing productivity for your users by importing .pst files into Exchange Online or Exchange Server 2010 – directly into users’ primary mailboxes or archives.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/01/30/pst-time-to-walk-the-plank.aspx

Microsoft Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool

The Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool (OCAT ) provides a quick and easy method to analyze your Microsoft Office Outlook profile for common configurations that may cause problems in Outlook. This can be very useful for busy Help Desk personnel when end-users call for help with Outlook or when you want to identify possible issues with Outlook proactively.

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28806

Announcing the Exchange Client Network Bandwidth Calculator Beta

Using this tool, you would be able to predict the client network bandwidth requirements for a specific set of users/sites. The calculator needed to deal with Outlook, OWA and Mobile Devices, both on-premises and for Office 365 scenarios.

The following clients are included in this Beta; further clients will be added over time.

  • Outlook 2010
  • Outlook 2007
  • Outlook 2003
  • OWA 2010
  • OWA 2007
  • Windows Mobile
  • Windows Phone

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/02/10/announcing-the-exchange-client-network-bandwidth-calculator-beta.aspx

 

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