May 2010 - Posts
I thought I posted an answer to this before, and Tim Barrett’s tweet prompted me that I hadn’t (when i searched for it).
The answer to the problem Susan explains here is…
“I wanted to update this feedback, just to let you know how I fixed it and the cause.
I installed the UM role on this Exchange Server a while back whilst testing that feature for 3CX phone systems we sell. I believe that the Exchange Server was in a "mid state" of install of the UM role.
To fix, I downloaded the full blown Exchange 2007 with SP1 CD, and I created a folder in
c:\program files\windows small business server\bin\CMPNENTS
C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Bin\CMPNENTS\EXCHSRVR80\Setup\ServerRoles
I then copied into that folder the "UnifiedMessaging" folder of the Exchange CD I downloaded.
Then, I ran the Change installation for Exchange 2007 SP1 from Programs and Features, and clicked through that installer.
Lastly, I ran the SP2 installation tool and all was well.
Hope this is in someway helpful?”
its sure good to know that its SOLD OUT worldwide, and that new DVD is coming…..
Read more on FSinsider.com
(Maybe axed is a strong word….. maybe “downsized?”)
Wayne already mentioned on his blog the sad news of David Houstons passing.
David and I setup SBS Ireland waaaaay back, and when I ran out of time to continue it on, he kept it all running and (some might say) made it much better ;)
RIP mate. Sorry your gone.
I cannot believe I am saying this, but I am downloading Kerio Connect. Truly looking for alternatives to Exchange now for the Small Businesses I sell to.
I am not the first…..
But….. don’t go crazy, I am ONLY trying it!
Sorry about getting it wrong a couple of days ago!
Here is the link!
Lets hope that some Phoenix from the flames comes from the Flight Sim team!
Go Check it out!
Looks SO much better! nice job guys.
“"One of the biggest broadband providers in Ireland will make the country the first in the world (according to broadsheet newspaper, the Irish Times) to introduce the 'three strikes' rule. 'EIRCOM WILL from today begin a process that will lead to cutting off the broadband service of customers found to be repeatedly sharing music online illegally. Ireland is the first country in the world where a system of graduated response is being put in place. Under the pilot scheme, Eircom customers who illegally share copyrighted music will get three warnings before having their broadband service cut off for a year.' ... The mechanism by which it operates was challenged in the courts by the Data Protection Commissioner. Apparently, IP addresses do not constitute 'personal information.' Personally, I use filesharing all the time, but I use it to download large open source Linux ISOs. How will Eircom legally differentiate between that content, and the content that some ragamuffin may be downloading illegally, without infringing privacy laws?"
My thoughts on this one are quite simple.
This kind of crap is just the start of things to come. In the mean time, I am just glad I am not forced to use Eircom as a broadband provider. (I use the word broadband loosly)
I don’t use Peer 2 Peer file sharing, as frankly it is an open gateway to getting spyware and viruses. That said, I don’t believe for one moment that Eircom have the right to decide what I can and cannot use the web to lookup.
Last time I checked, I did not live in China.
No more posting in random groups.
NNTP Lover? See Susan’s post on
That is not it! Unless you speak another language than mine.
i’ll find this link…. and post here!