Exchange Server 2010: Migration from Exchange Server 2007

You need not migrate completely to an Exchange Server 2010 environment from the earlier Server 2007 one. Instead, you can transition gradually from the earlier system to the new one in a gradual manner. Server 2010 can co-exist with 2007. … Read More


Exchange Server 2010: Complex Organizations

In a previous post on Exchange Server 2010: Organization and Configuration, we looked at the simple server organization with either a single server, or two servers with one of them hosting both the domain controller and server roles. In this … Read More


Exchange Server 2010 and Automating Administrative Tasks

Exchange Server 2010 comes with an Exchange Management Shell, built on the powerful Windows PowerShell. Administrators can write command line scripts for doing many of the administrative tasks and the scripts will execute these tasks. Actually, even writing scripts on … Read More


Exchange Server 2010 and Service Level Agreements

E-mail is an essential tool for collaboration and knowledge sharing in modern organizations, in addition to being a tool for doing external business. High availability of the e-mail service helps maintain high levels of employee productivity and creativity in these … Read More


Exchange Server 2010: Data Protection and Availability

Any loss of stored e-mails and other information can not only result in affecting employee productivity but can also result in compliance failure and inability to enforce claims through discovery of relevant documents. Data protection is thus critical in the … Read More


Exchange Server 2010: Unifying the Messaging Infrastructure

Unified messaging combines voice and e-mails into a single infrastructure by putting voice and e-mail messages into one mailbox. The unification is carried further by making it possible to access the mailbox from different devices, including Outlook Voice Access, telephone, … Read More


Exchange Server 2010 and Regulatory Compliance

With regulations like Sorbonne’s Oxley and privacy laws, and the electronic discovery requirements in litigation, organizations have to take much more care about the e-mails and other messages that pass through their system. Exchange Server 2010 has introduced features that … Read More


Exchange Server 2010: Planning Deployment

Certain features of Exchange Server 2010 make the deployment planning process easier. Server roles can be added to an organization simply by adding them to the Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS), from where necessary configuration parameters will be picked up … Read More


Exchange Server 2010: Organization and Configuration

In my previous post on Windows Exchange, we looked at the evolution of Windows Exchange from an e-mail client to a powerful Exchange Server 2010 with unified communication services. We concluded with the remark that certain steps can help reduce … Read More


Windows Exchange: From Email Client to Unified Communications Server

Windows Exchange started out as Microsoft Exchange, an e-mail client included with Windows 95 and subsequent versions up to Windows 98. During this period, it was renamed Windows Messaging, which was succeeded by Outlook Express and Outlook, the current e-mail … Read More





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