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Deploying an Exchange 2013 Hybrid Lab Environment in Windows Azure (Part 24) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

In this article we will take a look at the existing mail flow and talk about the mail flow options we have at our disposal in an Exchange hybrid deployment.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 26, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Using the Hybrid Configuration Wizard in Exchange Server 2013 (Part 3) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

In the first two parts of this series, pre-flight checks were performed and the Hybrid Configuration Wizard was executed. In this part of the series a number of essential post-configuration changes will be made.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 18, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Exchange Server 2013 Backup and Restore 101 (Part 9) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

This article takes a look at how an Exchange administrator can use the dial tone recovery process to help end-users use their mailbox during a major outage that cannot be easily restored.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 22, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Exchange Online Protection Quarantine (Part 3) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

So far in this article series we explored the Quarantine feature in Exchange Online Protection and how administrators can search and release quarantined messages. Now we will start looking at the quarantine from the perspective of an end user.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 19, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Deploying an Exchange 2013 Hybrid Lab Environment in Windows Azure (Part 24) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

In this article we will take a look at the existing mail flow and talk about the mail flow options we have at our disposal in an Exchange hybrid deployment.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 56, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Using the Hybrid Configuration Wizard in Exchange Server 2013 (Part 2) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

In part two of this series we examine the changes the Hybrid Configuration Wizard will make to the Exchange on-premises and Office 365 environment, optionally pre-create Federation settings and then run through the wizard options step-by-step before application of settings.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 22, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Exchange Server 2013 Backup and Restore 101 New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

How to restore Exchange Server 2013 Mailbox Databases using Windows Server Backup.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 20, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Exchange Online Protection Quarantine (Part 2) New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Servers > Microsoft Exchange Server > Exchange Server 2013

the first part of this article series, we had a look at the Quarantine feature of Exchange Online Protection. We saw what it is, how to enable it and how administrators can search for and find quarantined emails. It is now time to see how administrators can release quarantined emails and report them as false positives if necessary.

Added: 03/27/2015, Hits: 20, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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User Datagram Protocol [Redefined] New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Networking > Protocols > TCP/IP Protocol Suite > TCP/IP

User Datagram Protocol (UDP) is one of the protocols found under the transport layer of the OSI (Open System Interconnect) model. I have already explained the OSI and DOD model in one of my previous article so today, I will be applying this as we see it it works in the real world. As a programmer or Network Administrator, you would like a protocol that is more reliable, acknowledges packets sent and received unlike UDP which doesn’t guarantee anything and is therefore an unreliable protocol.

Added: 03/15/2015, Hits: 18, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Simple CRUD Application In PHP And MySQL – Part 3 New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Programming > PHP

Welcome guys to the third part of the Simple CRUD application In PHP and MySQL. In the previous part, we looked at setting up our working environment and directory structure. We have also created a database and table our application will be using. If your just joining, please refer to the previous parts so as to catch up. In this part, we will get to the meat of the application and start coding. We will be creating our database connection file (connect.php) and also create staff file (create.php).

Added: 03/11/2015, Hits: 19, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Simple CRUD Application In PHP And MySQL – Part 2 New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Programming > PHP

Welcome guys, this is the second part of the Simple CRUD Application In PHP and MySQL series. In the first part of the tutorial series, I did an overview of the application we will be developing. In this part, we will be setting up our working environment and also create our database. Lets begin.

Added: 03/09/2015, Hits: 16, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Simple CRUD Application In PHP And MySQL New
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Programming > PHP

I will be showing you how to create a simple CRUD application in PHP and MySQL. By the way, CRUD is an abbreviation for Create Read, Update and Delete. A CRUD application is a type of application that does database interactions (inserting, selecting, updating, deleting etc)

Added: 03/08/2015, Hits: 24, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Styling Your Links With CSS
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Webmaster > CSS

Welcome guys, today we will be looking at styling your links with CSS. In my last post, I showed you all you need to know about HTML links. Missed the post? you can always read it, All You Need To Know About HTML Links. If you followed my previous tutorial on HTML links, you should now have a link that is not styled which will look some how horrible to the eyes. Not to worry that why I decided to create this brief tutorial to help you style that links of yours. Let the styling begin.

Added: 02/27/2015, Hits: 22, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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All You Need To Know About HTML Links
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Webmaster > HTML

In this tutorial, I will try as much as possible to discuss all you need to know about HTML links. I will be covering various types of links and how to create them with relevant examples.

Added: 02/18/2015, Hits: 221, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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PHP File Inclusion
 
Primary Category: Home > Tutorials > Programming > PHP

There are times you might want to reference a particular file in another file. These is mostly common in OOP. PHP provides function which can be used to reference another file from a calling file. These function are include() and require() and we will be looking at them shortly. These functions help in creating functions, headers, footers, or elements that can be reused on multiple pages. This will help developers to make it easy to change the layout of complete website with minimal effort. If there is any change required then instead of changing thousand of files just change included file.

Added: 02/08/2015, Hits: 171, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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