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Three Basic Ways of Dealing with Double-Booked Resources in the Sumatra cmdlet

There are three basic ways of automatically dealing with double-booked resources in the Sumatra cmdlet suDoubleBookedMeetings. You guys wo...

Monday, May 05, 2008

Cross-Forest Impersonation

David Sterling has blogged about configuring resource forests. His recent post, Cross Forest Exchange Impersonation - where the rubber meets the road (http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2008/03/24/448500.aspx) provides examples of how one actually configures impersonation permissions. If you want an overview of cross-forest impersonation, David blogged it here.

Everything I've read from David is always well written and informative. His support for the development community is equally exceptional. Thank you, David!

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