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Joomla vs. WordPress

I’ve been developing and designing websites for over 10 years. For much of that time I’ve been using Joomla as my go-to content management system (CMS) due to its flexibility and ease-of-use – not to mention the large number of plugins available to extend its already awesome capabilities.

This website – however – is personally my first to be fully envisioned to be running on WordPress. That’s not to say I haven’t developed websites for clients on WordPress – I’ve just always preferred Joomla, until now.

The question of WordPress vs Joomla has been the focus of many online discussions and many of the developers and users that use CMS sites, always say theirs is the best.

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Microsoft Exchange 2010 to 2013 – Transferring Receive Connectors

There are more than one way to transfer receive connectors in the Microsoft Exchange family of products, but through my findings, I was never able to find a script that would simply move the receive connectors from an old server to a new one. Well, through lots of playing around and information gathering of other websites, I created a script that does exactly what I need. The script below will allow you to simply migrate receive connectors with all the settings of the original to the new one, in one easy step.

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Managing Disconnected Exchange Mailboxes with Powershell

Having worked with Exchange 2010/2013 and PowerShell for some time now, I’ve developed a number of functions that I use to simplify particular “hard to type” commands. This has made for some good scripting exercises, but more importantly, it has served as a great time saver when performing certain routine tasks. In this post, I am going to share some code that I use to manage disconnected Exchange mailboxes.

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