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Editing equations created using microsoft equation editor

The Office Math converter offering to convert a selected equation to the new format.

Editing equations created using microsoft equation editor Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0 (MEE) was a third-party component that was included in many versions of Office to help users add math equations to documents. MEE was pulled from the product, retroactively back to Office 2007, due to security concerns. The modern, built-in, Office equation editor uses Office […]

Discovering a Contact with a Physique flag utilizing EWS and eDiscovery (eg added from Microsoft Lync)

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Discovering a Contact with a Physique flag utilizing EWS and eDiscovery (eg added from Microsoft Lync) With the typical dimension of MailboxArchives getting bigger by the day eDiscovery on Alternate 2013 is beneficial for a broad array of duties. eDiscovery makes use of the KQL (Key phrase Question Language https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/workplace/ee558911(v=workplace.15).aspx ) which lets you question for each free textual […]

Wanting into the Microsoft Staff’s TeamChat folder in an Workplace365 Mailbox utilizing EWS

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Wanting into the Microsoft Staff’s TeamChat folder in an Workplace365 Mailbox utilizing EWS When you appeared on the folder construction in an Workplace365 Mailbox (or older Alternate Mailbox) utilizing a MAPI editor so you can see all of the Non_IPM_Subtree and hidden folders round 5 years in the past it was a comparatively easy image. […]