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Count the messages on your Exchange 2007 environment

Are you curious about the hard stats of messages running around your organization? Try this one in powershellon your hub transport server: get-messagetrackinglog -start “mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss” -end “mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss” -eventid “send” -resultsize 9999999 | measure-object This will pull stats for messages that were “sent”. To pull the number of messages received, change the “eventid” parameter to “receive.”

Two Weeks in California

<dd class="wp-caption-dd zemanta-img-attribution" style="font-size: 0.8em;"> Image by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7992161@N04/546086117">tom ferris</a> via Flickr </dd> </dl> Applefinally announced the WWDC2009 dates and they couldn’t have targeted a better week. It looks like I will become a representative for my agency on the Calconnect standards organization. They happen to be having a meeting at Oraclein Redwood Shores, CAthe week prior to WWDC. With the wife’s permission, this means two weeks in the wide and crazy world of San Francisco.

Dish Network finally installed

The installers kept the appointment this time around – as of today we have Dish Networkadded to our plasmabox of glory. So far it’s good. We ate breakfast while watching bizarre shows from the other side of the planet. It’s amazing how quickly the wife tired of it 😉 That was a quick Americanization.

Communism in China

I keep reading a lot of tweets from folks that are not much more than USAfanboys preaching the goodness of the red-blooded Yanks and how Chinais just a bunch of commie bastards and I’m getting pretty sick of it. First of all, that kind of talk does nothing to help peace in the world. Shut up. Secondly, let’s examine the country of China. China is a country full of over a billion people and thousands of ethnic tribes with thousands of dialects of thousands of languages.