Author Archives: Joe Trombley (MSFT)

About Joe Trombley (MSFT)

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The windows Powershell snap-n ‘Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.E2010’ is not installed on this machine

I was onsite recently and a vendor from a 3rd party product was having difficulties installing the application. When I looked at the error it was referencing ‘Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.E2010’ which should be there since this was a physical Exchange 2010 SP1 … Continue reading

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Outlook 2007 Performance Troubleshooting Checklist

Outlook performance cases and issues can be one of the more difficult items to troubleshoot when dealing with messaging. In some cases it can be isolated to one item like physical performance issues on the Exchange server or potentially a … Continue reading

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New Updates for Exchange 2010 SP1 and Exchange 2007 SP3

Thought you might like to know that we have some new Rollup have been release for Exchange 2010 SP1 and Exchange 2007 SP3. Exchange 2010 SP1 RU2 – Documentation: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2425179 – Download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=0059546f-f43d-4c7e-8367-81c6d5642bf3&displaylang=en Exchange 2007 SP3 RU2 – Documentation: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2407025Continue reading

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New Version of PAL 2.0 (Performance Analysis of Logs)

PAL has been such a fantastic tool for troubleshooting perf issues with Exchange and other Microsoft applications. I highly anyone that used previous versions or have never downloaded and played around to give a shot! Clint Huffman, Mike Lagase, and … Continue reading

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Great Outlook 2010 resource blog recommendation

I ran across this excellent blog from the Office product team and was able to learn some interesting calendaring features that were introduced in Outlook 2010. I have to admit that working mainly on Exchange that I just don’t get … Continue reading

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Does Exchange 2010 allow Public Folder via IMAP4 or not?

I had a customer ask about IMAP4 access to public folders when they were designing their 2010 transition plans because there is some ambiguity out there. If you dig around on the internet you may see a few links (and blogs) … Continue reading

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Social Networks Feeds for Joe Trombley’s Microsoft Exchange PFE Tech Update

If you like to use Twitter, Facebook, and/or LinkedIn I have feeds from this blog published to them as well. To get update feeds on Exchange or use them to start a conversation fell free to follow me at the following networks. … Continue reading

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New IT Showcase Whitepaper: How Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 MSIT Showcase Whitepaper

For the past few months while onsite I have been asked.. “Joe, how does Microsoft designed and implement Exchange 2010 and when will you have a case study?” Often we talk about mailbox sizes, amount of Database Availability Groups nodes, … Continue reading

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Friends Don’t let Friends do PSTs

One of the many discussions that come up often over the years while onsite has to deal with the concern of PST files that are saved throughout the network. Microsoft future direction with the product is to try to de-emphasize … Continue reading

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Welcome to my new Blog!

Hello my name is Joe Trombley and I am a Senior Premier Field Engineer employeed with Microsoft. I currently have my Exchange 2007 Certified Master designation but have been working mostly with Exchange 2010 all this year. I have enjoyed this position … Continue reading

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