Updated–Getting info about ActiveSync, EWS and WebDAV clients from Exchange 2007 and 2010

Last year, I wrote a script for pulling out information from Exchange 2007 log files on Windows Server 2003 to detail information about EWS, ActiveSync and WebDAV clients. The purpose of this script was primarily to make it easy to find out about client you need to test before moving to Exchange 2010. I’ve been…

Testing edge blocking in Forefront Online Protection for Exchange using Powershell

Recently for a customer, as part of migrating from a competing solution to Forefront Online Protection for Exchange, we implemented Directory-Based Edge Blocking, the feature that synchronises the on-premises Exchange Server recipients with the FOPE service. Due to the large number of recipients, I thought it would be worthwhile, in addition to other tests, to…

How to get info about your ActiveSync, EWS and WebDAV clients before migrating to Exchange 2010

Updated 21/04/2012: Windows 2008+ compatible script uploaded and verified working against Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 When you’re moving from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 there are a few gotchas that it’s worth watching out for in the planning stages before you change over Client Access Namespaces or start migrating Mailboxes. If you don’t you…