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Navigating Exchange Content Like A Pro Using Short URLsHave you been wondering what the aka.ms URLs we've been posting on Twitter and elsewhere are all about? They come from a Microsoft URL-shortening service. Not only does it allow us to shorten URLs to the minimum characters possible, it also creates vanity URLs that are easier to remember! Note, although it's not a public service (short URL creation is internal), but once they're created, these short URLs are available externally.
A common way to find content is by using Bing, The Decision Engine ( We love what our friends at Bing are doing!) or other search engines.
For example, to search Exchange cmdlets like New-RetentionPolicyTag, you would either enter the cmdlet name or keywords in a search engine (or the search box in your browser, or the address bar in the browser now that most browsers are getting rid of the search box as well). If you wanted to get more targeted search results, for example from a particular web site like microsoft.com, youd type site:microsoft.com in that search box.
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