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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: Exchange Insider articles are now live on the Exchange TechCenter!

    I am very happy to announce that Exchange Insider articles are now live on the Exchange Server TechCenter site. There are several articles that have been published, and many more are to come, so keep checking for updates! Let me also give you a bit of history behind this new content: Over...
  • Blog Post: HELLOMOTO

    As David mentioned on his blog yesterday: Today, our second Exchange ActiveSync licensee announced their upcoming device with direct Exchange Server connectivity: Motorola and their upcoming A780 . Of course Motorola has several Windows Mobile devices (the now-shipping MPX 220 and upcoming MPx ) which...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 12 has been announced... Now how can YOU work on it?

    The Exchange Client Access (aka Front End) team is looking for Program Managers! To answer your first question, What the heck does a Program Manager do?, read this post from the Microsoft JobsBlog. There are a bunch of great links in that post to other blog postings from Microsoft PMs. As a matter of...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft IT Messaging Positions

    Operations Manager (Messaging and Collaboration) Microsoft IT Messaging and Collaboration team has an excellent opportunity based in Redmond for someone who can work under high pressure with a high profile. You need to be able to juggle and focus on multiple proactive and reactive tasks at the...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Team blog got an upgrade!

    We are excited to announce that Exchange Team blog got an upgrade! We wanted to enrich the experience of visiting our blog site, as well as wanted to improve the site design and add several features to the site. Firstly, you will notice that we are now hosted at the different URL, and our...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Online Services announced

    On March 3 at the SharePoint Conference in Seattle, Bill Gates announced that Microsoft will offer Microsoft Online Services to businesses of all sizes. Microsoft Online Services include Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting, and Exchange Hosted Filtering. These are enterprise-class...
  • Blog Post: System Center Capacity Planner 2007 RTMs!

    EDIT 2/15/2010: Microsoft System Center Capacity Planner (SCCP) is formally being discontinued. The most recent version, SCCP 2007, is no longer available. No new versions of this standalone capacity planning tool, as well as any new or updated application capacity planning models, will be developed...
  • Blog Post: And here are some Exchange 12 answers!

    A few weeks ago, we asked you for your list of questions about E12 and said we'd pick a few and post answers on the one year anniversary of this blog, February 9th. Well as you can see, I totally missed that date :-) Very sorry about that and I'd be happy to list off my excuses, but let's get on to the...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 12 and 64-bit

    At the recent IT Forum conference in Barcelona , we started talking publicly about E12. It was great to talk with so many customers about the work we’re doing and get your feedback. One of the topics we discussed at the conference was the system requirements for which we are designing E12. I wanted to...
  • Blog Post: Looking for an Exchange Geek

    Do you want to be a leader on a team shaping the future of the next generation email messaging and collaboration applications? We need a strong messaging engineer with leadership skills to architect, design, optimize and engineer the next generation messaging deployments. The primary role of this position...
  • Blog Post: Today's launch...

    As of today, Microsoft is offering Office and Vista to customers... and oh so very soon, Exchange 2007 will be available as well. I've been running all 3 for well over a year, and I can't imagine going back. If you're interested in following the launch event, tune in to one (or both) of the following...
  • Blog Post: INTERACT2008

    Join Microsoft at INTERACT2008 - an exclusive event for key community influencers in the unified communications space. This event provides a unique opportunity for you to develop deep technical knowledge on Microsoft's unified communications products, build powerful new connections with leading professionals...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Team at the IT Forum - we'd like to hear from you!

    The Exchange Team is going to be at IT Forum , and we’d like to talk to you! Senior program managers from the Exchange product group will be conducting a few “focus groups” with selected IT Forum attendees during the conference, and we’d like to invite you to join us. The sessions will be on-site at...
  • Blog Post: The Exchange 2000 Post-SP3 Rollup is Released & some more info on it!

    The Exchange team has released the July 2004 Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Post-Service Pack 3 (SP3) Update Rollup to the Microsoft.com Download Center. The KB article for this update is located at http://support.microsoft.com/?id=870540 . One of the main stories regarding this release is that this...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer

    Included in this month’s Exchange Tools Web release ( direct link ) is a new analysis tool called the Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer Tool (or EPA). We created this tool to help server administrators understand their user profile to help with the process of server sizing or capacity planning...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft User Research Seeking Participants

    Have you ever wanted to talk to someone behind the technology we all use? Well now's your chance. When you participate in a Microsoft User Research study , you become part of our product and services development process. In helping us understand your needs, you'll help shape the future of technology...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2003 Memory Configuration change for Windows 2003 (PAE Support)

    Introduction Exchange 2003 requires specific memory tuning to function optimally. This flash outlines Windows 2003 boot.ini configuration settings for Exchange 2003 and highlights recent changes. See the following KB articles for relevant background information on this topic: · CPU and Memory Scalability...
  • 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: Tech·Ed 2005 plans - tell us what you think!

    Tech·Ed 2005 will have 440 breakout sessions and over 30 of them will cover Exchange related topics. These Exchange sessions cover everything from designing architecture to managing and troubleshooting email operations. We would love to hear what you think about the list of session topics! To view the...
  • Blog Post: We’d love to hear your story

    The Exchange team is coming up on our 1-year anniversary of launching Exchange Server 2003 and we would love to hear your success stories. Have you upgraded from Exchange 5.5 or Exchange 2000? Did you migrate from another messaging system to Exchange 2003? Have you seen better uptime and availability...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server: The Road Ahead

    We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of the release of Exchange Server 2013 . This is traditionally the time when people start asking questions like: When is Service Pack 1 coming? What’s the timeline for the next Exchange Server release? What are you cooking up for the next version of Exchange...
  • 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: Why is OOF an OOF and not an OOO?

    Here's an interesting historical question - when we say Out of Office, why does it sometimes get shortened to ‘OOF’? Shouldn’t it be ‘OOO’? Inside Microsoft, ‘OOF’ means not just the message which says you’re Out of Office, but it has grown to mean the...