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  • Blog Post: MEC Check: Are You Registered?

    Just 8 ½ weeks until the Microsoft Exchange Conference 2014 kicks off in Austin, Texas! We’re putting the finishing touches on sessions, speakers, content, parties, and all of those wonderful and quirky touches that make MEC different from any other conference. If you haven’t registered...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Webcast - MCS Talks Enterprise Architecture session 3 - Messaging

    The third session in the MCS Talks Infrastructure Architecture Webcast series will build on the previous sessions by sharing MCS field experience of how messaging solutions are being implemented today. Enterprises face many decisions when deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 from the choice of underlying...
  • Blog Post: Video: TechED 2007 talk; Charlie Chung on Exchange 2007 SP1 Transport

    At Tech Ed 2007 in Orlando, Florida, I was able to get some time with Charlie Chung, Senior Program Manager, to record a quick interview around some enhancements in the Edge Transport role and some other Transport related items in Exchange Server 2007 SP1. Download the video for higher resolution...
  • Blog Post: Exchange at TechEd NA 2011: A massage for our Twitter followers

    Attending a multi-day conference like Microsoft TechEd North America 2011 is a lot of work! There are plenty of hands-on labs, breakout sessions and chalk talks to attend, vendor booths to visit for product info, technical discussions, demos and swag and some great events and parties to attend almost...
  • Blog Post: Special invitation for EHLO readers to the E12 Developer Conference!

    On November 7 th and 8 th 2005, we will be holding a Developer Conference on campus in Redmond WA that is targeted to our key Exchange ISV and Developer communities. The conference will provide selected ISVs with an early look at the “E12” investment areas and will provide you with an early look at the...
  • Blog Post: More scoop on Exchange at TechEd North America 2011

    As we posted last week , Tech•Ed North America is around the corner and we've got a lot of great sessions, new content and goodies for you all! Check out what's new in the TLC If you're an attendee, visit the Best Practices Drive-Thru at the Technical Learning Center (TLC - Building B, Level 1 of the...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Webcast: Best Practices for Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange

    We've got a great webcast coming up next week to discuss recommendations for virtualizing Exchange server and the benefits of choosing Hyper-V + System Center as your virtualization solution.  TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Virtualization Best Practices for Exchange Server (Level 300) Wednesday, Nov. 4 at...
  • Blog Post: Exchange at TechEd North America 2013

    TechEd North America 2013 happens next week in New Orleans, Louisiana. This year, there are several Exchange and Office 365 break-out sessions and hands-on labs for IT pros and developers, including sessions on Exchange 2013 high availability, virtualization, hybrid deployments, managed availability...
  • Blog Post: Keeping Your Organization Safe with the New Exchange

    The Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) was a huge success, and even though the conference has come to a close, the EHLO team is still cranking out some great content for Compliance Week.  Don’t forget to check out Harv Bhela’s article – Keeping Your Organization Safe with the New Exchange – which...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 12 preview Webcast series continues...

    If you are following Eileen's blog - you already know about this, but for you that don't... A few more Exchange 12 WebCasts are coming up. Mark your calendars! Here are the subjects: TechNet Webcast: Improvements to Calendaring in Exchange "12" (Level 300) Tuesday, April 18, 2006 11:30 A.M.-12...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Heads to The Experts Conference in Las Vegas

    I know a lot of you still have your MEC attendee badges hanging on your bulletin boards (full disclosure – so do I) and miss the opportunity MEC provided to get to know the Exchange team, face-to-face. We love having the opportunity to see you all in person as well and a bunch of us are going to...
  • Blog Post: MEC is Back!

    In the late 90’s and first years of the 21st century, our team along with many of you were part of one of the most valuable technical education and community events in the industry. This event, focused entirely on Microsoft Exchange Server, brought together thousands of Exchange administrators, architects...
  • Blog Post: Exchange at TechEd North America 2011: Recap and videos

    Many Exchange team folks were at Microsoft TechEd North America 2011 in Atlanta last week. Thanks to all of you who attended the breakout sessions, chalk talks, Birds of a Feather (BOF) discussions and Hands-On Labs. All of you who stopped by the Exchange booths to ask us questions about Exchange 2010...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 12 preview Webcast series - live this week!

    We have several Exchange 12 Webcasts running this week, starting with one today. To keep up with what might come up on the subject, please go to this page . To summarize, this is what we have going on this week: TechNet Webcast: An Overview of Exchange "12" (Level 200) Tuesday, March 14,...
  • Blog Post: Meet the Exchange Experts at Ignite Summits

    Ignite Summits are unique and special events for IT Pros delivered by the Exchange team. We share our knowledge and experience deploying and managing the new Office products and services and hear from you on what you love and what you’d like to see. Ignite content is designed and delivered by product...
  • Blog Post: Preparing for DST 2007: Friday Session, February 16 at 1 PM PT

    Event Overview: Preparing for Daylight Saving Time: This WebCast will provide an overview of information on Microsoft products and resources available to help businesses prepare for the US Government-mandated change to Daylight Saving Time. Microsoft Information Technology will share the results of the...
  • Blog Post: MEC 2012 registration is open!

    I hope those of you who signed up for more information already saw the email about Microsoft Exchange Conference 2012 (MEC) registration. The lost conference is back, taking place September 24-26 in Orlando, Florida at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center. Kudos to Dan Bobke for narrowing the...
  • Blog Post: New Exchange 2010 Webcasts and Videos

    The new Exchange 2010 webcast series is live! Register to attend in-person via Live Meeting or download the recorded video or podcast. A full schedule of topics and presenters is below. Each webcast is 60min in length. Looking for something shorter? We also have a new series of "How Do I" videos dedicated...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Ideas: Mailbox resiliency

    Every day we talk to customers, partners, consultants, analysts, administrators and a lot of great people like you. You have shared with us your ideas, opinions, favorite features, memories and recommendations. We love hearing from you so we wanted to help share your voice with the rest of the Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Exchange at TechEd North America 2011

    It’s May, and TechEd North America 2011 is just around the corner, less than two weeks away. This year, there are around 40 Exchange break-out sessions and hands-on labs for IT pros and developers, including sessions on Exchange 2010 high availability, virtualization, retention and archiving, transport...
  • Blog Post: We’ve updated the MEC website with a whole lot of awesome!

    For those waiting on a bit more information before deciding to attend Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) 2012 , we have a bit (and maybe what might qualify as a bunch) more to tell you! First off, we have an agenda for what will be covered during our interactive, whiteboard and breakout sessions. Topics...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server in Depth: Master Concepts and Optimize Your Server Environment

    The latest release of Microsoft Exchange can help you achieve better business outcomes while controlling the costs of deployment, administration, and compliance. Exchange 2010 delivers a wide range of deployment options, integrated information leakage protection, and advanced compliance capabilities...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 12 and 64 bit podcast available

    Following the December blog entry on Exchange 12 and 64 bit, Harold Wong asked me to record a podcast on the benefits of the 64 bit platform. Having never done a podcast before, I was a bit nervous, but it seems to have turned out ok, thanks to the interview style of Michael Murphy . If you are interested...
  • Blog Post: Exchange at TechEd North America 2012

    TechEd North America 2012 happens next week in Orlando, Florida. This year, there are several Exchange break-out sessions and hands-on labs for IT pros and developers, including sessions on Exchange 2010 high availability, virtualization, retention and archiving, load balancing, connecting with SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Video Interviews From TechEd 2010

    During Microsoft TechEd 2010 in New Orleans, I interviewed a few of the Exchange Server Program Managers and Technical Managers. These interviews are live on my blog as well. iCal and Calendar Publishing Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager discusses iCal and Calendar Publishing capabilities...