For those of you hungering for more information on Exchange Server 2007, please know that the 24 Part Exchange Server 2007 Webcast Series has indeed kicked off!!!  If you haven't already registered, please go here and register for the sessions that make sense for you: http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/tnexchangeserver.mspx#24HoursofExchangeServer2007.  I hope you can make all the sessions (you will be entered into a drawing for a Zune if you attend and fill out a survey).  There are also 8 Guided Hands-On-Labs associated with the 24 part series.  If you would like to participate in those as well, you will need to register for those separately.

I also know that it can be very painful to register for each session (part) individually and we are trying to figure out a way to let you register for the entire series by going through the registration process once rather than 24 times (or 32 if you are also attending the labcasts).  Please be patient while we work on this solution.

I also have a "favor" to ask of all of you.

Since this is a 24 part series, I will be covering off on different aspects of Exchange Server 2007 in each of the 24 parts.  As I looked through the Q&A Log from last Friday, I noticed quite a few questions (and multiple duplicates of the same question) on Exchange Server 2007 that won't be covered until later sessions.  I understand that everyone wants all their questions answered right here and right now, but please understand that it is hard to address hundreds of questions in an hour session if everyone does that.  Please take a moment to look at the session title / description for each session so that you know what will be covered at what time.  If I am delivering the Installation session (part 4), then by all means ask away on installation based questions.  But if you have questions on say, Publishing Exchange Server 2007 using ISA Server 2006, then I would really appreciate it if you could hold those questions until we get to part 15 which will be dedicated to that topic.  Thanks for your understanding and help!!!

Harold Wong
harold.wong@microsoft.com