PowerGUI – “possibilités énormes”

Can’t help linking to this quick PowerGUI review in French. I don’t really speak French but I could understand (and just loved a lot) the summary: “Voici un Tool qui offre des possibilités énormes !”

Thanks David!

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2 Responses to “PowerGUI – “possibilités énormes””

  1. 1 Kirk Munro July 26, 2007 at 3:01 pm

    Great compliments, well deserved! One of the great things that the author takes time to identify is how you can use PowerGUI to do what you cannot do in the Exchange 2007 console. It’s nice to see Presales for Certified Gold Partners in France are fans of PowerGUI.

  2. 2 dmitrysotnikov July 26, 2007 at 3:10 pm

    I think that one of the reasons not everyone sees the value right away is that not much functionality is available out of the box when you just install the product.

    I think that at least for Exchange 2007, this will become more obvious once we ship 1.0.9 with the new Exchange 2007 pack built in: https://dmitrysotnikov.wordpress.com/2007/07/11/something-missing-in-exchange-2007-console-powergui-has-that/

    Then, when you get a kick out of the default functionality you can become excited with extensibility. So I think we are not there yet but we are definitely getting better all the time. 😉

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