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How to share your Outlook calendar free/busy with your friends and family

By Quisitive | January 21, 2013

Need help sharing your Outlook with others?

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Federated Calendar Sharing error 5039 and 5037

By Quisitive | December 19, 2012

Want to learn more about Federated Calendar Sharing?

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DirSync Error An object with the same proxy address already exists in Windows Azure Active Directory but is of an incompatible object type

By Quisitive | October 29, 2012

In this blog you will learn to create a local contact object to forward email to the remote domain but this will cause DirSync errors.

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Microsoft Visio Series: Creating a Basic Wireframe File

By Quisitive | October 18, 2012

Learn how to create a wireframe in Visio with the help of templates. Find out more today and unleash your creativity.

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SQL Server: Creating a Join between Two Table Valued Expressions (TABLE VARIABLE and TABLE VALUED FUNCTION)

By Quisitive | October 11, 2012

We will show you how to use SQL table variable with a table valued function to manage projects, timelines and budgets in Excel.

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Windows Network Load Balancing with Exchange 2010 Client Access Servers

By Quisitive | September 21, 2012

In this blog we will compare Hardware Load-Balancer over Windows Network Load Balancing (NLB).

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Managing Outlook Anywhere Per User

By Quisitive | September 21, 2012

Here is how you can set up Outlook Anywhere within the environment and then limit the ability on a per user basis.

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