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  • MSDN Exchange Server Protocols Release Notes — October 2011

    The October 2011 release contains updates made to Microsoft Exchange Server Protocols documents since the August 2011 refresh. The October 2011 release also contains updates made to the Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook Standards since the August 2011 refresh.

    Exchange 2010 Protocols links:

    Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010 Standards links:

    The following new specification was added to the Exchange 2010 Protocols documents:

    • [MS-OXWSPED]: Password Expiration Date Web Service Protocol Specification. This document specifies the Password Expiration Date Web Service Protocol that enables client applications to query a server to determine the date when a user's password will expire so that the application can warn the user to change the password.

    The following Exchange 2010 Protocols document titles were changed:

    • The title of [MS-ASWBXML] was changed from [MS-ASWBXML]: ActiveSync WAP Binary XML (WBXML) Protocol Specification to [MS-ASWBXML]: ActiveSync WAP Binary XML (WBXML) Algorithm.
    • The title of [MS-OXCICAL] was changed from [MS-OXCICAL]: iCalendar to Appointment Object Conversion Protocol Specification to [MS-OXCICAL]: iCalendar to Appointment Object Conversion Algorithm.
    • The title of [MS-OXTNEF] was changed from [MS-OXTNEF]: Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) Data Structure to [MS-OXTNEF]: Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) Data Algorithm.

    The following document was removed from the documentation set and added to the Historical Document Repository:

    • [MS-OXMVMBX]: Mailbox Migration. Relevant content was moved to [MS-OXCSTOR] because that content relates most directly to the Store Object Protocol.

    The following known issues exist in the October 2011 release:

    1. Underscore characters are not always visible in code in the PDF files depending on the magnification selected by the user. Those characters are present in printed versions.
    2. Information in a table row may split across two pages.
    3. Table borders are not always visible depending upon the magnification selected by the user. Borders are present in printed versions of the PDF.
    4. Cross-protocol links are only functional when the PDF files for the protocols are in the same folder.
    5. For optimal readability of the PDF documents, we recommend that they be opened and viewed by using Adobe Reader 10.0.
    6. Links in the PDFs don’t resolve in Adobe Reader 9 because Adobe has changed the default setting for view mode in Adobe Reader 9.
      To access links, perform the following procedure:
      1. In Adobe Reader 9, go to the Edit menu and click Preferences.
      2. In the Categories list, click Documents.
      3. Under PDF/A View Mode, change the selection from Only for PDF/A documents to Never, and click OK.
        Additional details on changing the setting can be located via the Adobe help site: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/Acrobat/9.0/Standard/WS3E0E8467-B787-4020-A1D3-6BC762A42DF2.w.html
    Friday, October 7, 2011 4:43 PM
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