[clug] The joy of demos
Andrew.Cole at illallangi.com
Fri Mar 28 12:15:26 GMT 2008
It was me who asked about RPC over HTTP. I work on some large scale Exchange 2003/2007 environments, and run an Exchange 2007 server with RPC over HTTP for my personal email. More than happy to help in any way I can with testing, I have access to various versions of Exchange through work that I can test on - unfortunately can't provide others with access to much other than my personal server.
I can't recall if you mentioned it or not - does OpenChange require a public folder structure on the Exchange side?
Thanks for the presentation, found it very interesting.
From: linux-bounces+andrew.cole=illallangi.com at lists.samba.org [mailto:linux-bounces+andrew.cole=illallangi.com at lists.samba.org] On Behalf Of Brad Hards
Sent: Friday, 28 March 2008 8:53 PM
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Subject: [clug] The joy of demos
There was a question about RPC over HTTP. I'm interested in discussing this a bit
more (either on-list or off-list) to make sure I understand how sysadmins employ it.
If you know this stuff, please get in contact with me.
I'll then try to make sure that Tridge's implementation suggestion makes it into
code and tests.
I'm also interested in how users typically get their account information in a
major deployment (i.e. how do you give a user a new exchange account -
surely they don't normally get to type in IP addresses?)
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