GALsync version 4 provides an important and heavily requested new feature: synchronization of free/busy information. Aditionally it has a new Look & Feel following Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010. Unless we spent a lot of time in developing this feature, … Read More »
You might want to install GALsync v4 on a Windows 2008 R2 member server or Windows 7.
A lot of administrators are looking for scripts to create test accounts in bulk. NETsec now offers a freeware tool which creates users and contacts. As special feature you can create free/busy information for testing purposes. The tool works fine … Read More »
Galsync v4 With Extended Free/Busy Functions And New User Interfaces Dueren, Germany, November 2009. The NETsec GmbH & Co. KG, supplier of productivity solutions for Active-Directory- and Exchange-Administrators, introduces the new version of Exchange-synchronization software Galsync on 15th November. … Read More »
When synchronizing mail objects between forests you might want to modify the display name in the target. This is sometimes required if in source display name is built by “<surname> <lastname>” but in target you need “<lastname>, <firstname>”. Or you … Read More »
In this second part we describe how to use GALsync during an inter-org (inter-forest) migration / cross-forest migration using exchange shared name space. If a shared smtp name space is present, both organizations are responsible for the same smtp addresses.
In this first part we describe how to use GALsync during an inter-org migration. It should be guarenteed that all users can send mails to each other, wether they are moved to the new environment or not.
Script in step 1 will create a dynamic distribution list for all contacts in a specific OU that do not have legacyexchangedn filled. Script in step 2 will walk through all current contacts found in the dynamic distribution list and add a … Read More »
OCS (Office Communication Server 2007) can profit from GALsync so that all addresses from multiple forests are available in each OCS addressbook. You only have to include Active Directory attribute msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress when configuring export policy.