Name:PVE Exch2007 Rerouter
 
Version:1.0.0.10 (released on 23 may 2008 22:08:18 ) 
 
Publisher:Peter Van Eeckhoutte
Manual:http://www.corelan.be:8800/index.php/2008/05/19/free-tool-exchange-2007-outbound-smtp-gateway-redundancy/
 
The following prerequisites are required:
 
  • .NET Framework 2.0

  • Windows Installer

  • Install/Run this application on a MS Exchange 2007 HUB/CAS server that has the Exchange Management Shell/Powershell installed
If these components are already installed, you can download (64bit) the installer now, or download (64bit) the update now.

Update notes :
1. Stop the application and the service prior to extracting the files !
2. Extract the files in the folder that contains the installed binaries (typically, this is c:\Program Files\Peter Van Eeckhoutte\PVE Exch2007 Rerouter\"
3. Start the service again


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You can download the md5 checksums from here
 
Download installer (64bit)
Download update (64bit)


Changelog
1.0.0.10
- Fixed bug with date & timestamp in body of admin emails. Date was correct, time was set to 00:00:00

1.0.0.8
- Added feature "Maintenance Window". You can now prevent the tool from checking connection states during a maintenance window interval (one interval, can be enabled or disabled per day of the week)

1.0.0.6
- Added feature to send admin alerts via email
- Added new type of connection check : 'tcp connect'
- NOTE : This version includes a new dll, so you'll need to use the installer (and not the update)
You can backup & restore the configuration by saving all .cfg files from the Program Files folder and after removing the current version and installing the new version, you can put those files back.

1.0.0.5
- Added/Modified logging in event log (for improved verbose logging)

1.0.0.4
-Fixed some minor bugs

1.0.0.2
- Added check for updates feature
Note : this is still an early beta version. If you find bugs or if the application doesn't work as anticipated, or if you want more/other features, don't hesitate to contact me !


1.0.0.1
- First version made available on the internet



 
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