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Running Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 in a Virtualized Topology – WhitePaper

November 29, 2009 Comments off
 
"…This whitepaper defines the supported topologies and provides best practice recommendations for running Office Communications Server 2007 R2 and SQL Server™ 2008 in a Windows Hyper-V environment or other hypervisor technologies. defines the supported topologies and provides best practice recommendations for running Office Communications Server 2007 R2 and SQL Server™ 2008 in a Windows Hyper-V environment or other hypervisor technologies…"
 

Currently reading ‘Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed’

November 20, 2009 Comments off
As per the blog title, Amazon delivered me this so getting up to speed Nerd
 
 
 
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Categories: Exchange Server

Office 2010 & Sharepoint 10 Beta now available

November 19, 2009 Comments off
 

What’s new in the Office system

 

On Monday 9 November, Microsoft Exchange 2010 became the first product launch in wave of innovation across the Office system.  The first half of 2010 will see this launch wave continue with the release of Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Project 2010 and Visio 2010 .

 

Microsoft Office 2010 provides rich and powerful new ways to deliver work. New features include enhanced tools, customisable templates, photo editing and the ability to work with multiple people from different locations at the exact same time using new co-authoring capabilities. By offering more ways to access files from virtually anywhere, Office 2010 gives users greater control. Learn More

 

 

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 enables organisations to connect and empower people through an integrated set of rich features. SharePoint 2010 facilitates business collaboration in its broadest sense and helps colleagues, partners and customers to work together in new and effective ways. Learn More

 

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Microsoft drops free migration tool for Exchange 2010

November 19, 2009 Comments off
 

"…IT shops moving off of IBM Domino servers or generic POP/IMAP sources and onto Exchange Server 2010 won’t be able to do it with free tools from Microsoft. The company isn’t offering the Transporter Suite for the new Exchange, leaving little choice but to buy expensive third party software.

The Microsoft Transporter Suite launched in 2007 as a free tool for migrating content from Lotus Domino servers or generic POP/IMAP servers to Exchange and Active Directory. Microsoft recently said it will not support the tools for Exchange Server 2010 because there are better third-party options.

The company said it would stop investing in the tools because most customers were already using more full featured tools from Microsoft partners, versus the free Exchange migration tool offered by Microsoft. "Based on this feedback, we decided not to continue investing in these basic, free tools, and instead switched our focus to helping customers understand the end-to-end solutions that are available through our partners," according to the company…."

…Read more here
Categories: Exchange Server
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