Exchange 2007 IW Connections

A blog for discussing those things that helps make Exchange 2007 useful for the average end user.

Exchange 2007 IW Connections

  • Help our team by giving input for future versions of Exchange

    http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/01/12/432177.aspx
  • Most enthusiastic Exchange customer ever....

    http://www.buit.org/2006/12/08/its-here-exchange-2007-is-rtm/
  • Exchange 2007 & Outlook article

    An article on TechNet on the features of Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2007...
  • Exchange 2007 Server Roles Misconceptions - Number of Servers

    I recently came across a posting from someone attending ITForum in Barcelona mentioning that Exchange 2007 has many server roles... "how many servers do we need!"? This article explains server roles in Exchange 2007 in more depth. A "server role...
  • Exchange 2007 Out of Office

    One of my favorite new features in Exchange 2007 for end users is the updated Out of Office assistant. In fact, this is a picture of me with the manager of our TAP program, KC Lemson , celebrating how much we love this feature in the Museum of Modern...
  • On a personal note...

    Today a co-worker was discussing teachers and made the comment that he "never had any bad teachers" and always had a good relationship with them. For the most part, I think my experiences with teachers were always quite positive throughout my school years...
  • Records Management in Exchange and Outlook 2007 in 5 Easy Steps

    A guest post from Julian Zbogar-Smith, a PM on my team. In my last post , I wrote about why records management is important. This post will cover how Exchange 2007 and Outlook 2007 will help you with this. 1. Place your e-mail content in a place...
  • Exchange 2007 AutoDiscover and Multi-Tenant Hosting

    I posted recently with some background information on the new AutoDiscover service in Exchange 2007. Again, this is a service to help automatically configure Outlook 2007 profiles based soley on a user's email address. This service also helps retreive...
  • Exchange 2007 Search

    I'm a frequent Outlook Web Access user, even when I'm at work but especially from home or when on a trip. One of the things that I think is best about OWA in Exchange 2007 is it's prominent "search" bar. This makes it very easy to find whatever email...
  • Scheduling Assistant Video up now!

    We finally have the Scheduling Assistant video posted that Paul Tishhauser and I made for the Exchange Team blog. This is what I discussed in my first series of posts ( 1) ( 2 ). UPDATE: The original video had some problems being played; a new one...
  • Exchange Wiki - Post on Free/Busy and AutoDiscover

    Need help troubleshooting Outlook 2007 / Exchange 2007 "AutoDiscover" and free/busy features? We've started to populate the Exchange Wiki ( http://www.exchangeninjas.com/ ) with some Exchange 2007 related information. A PM on my team posted instructions...
  • Exchange Wiki - Preview

    We're going to be launching a public Wiki site for Exchange administrators to share tips & tricks. At first, I think it will be Exchange 2007 focused. Here is a super-early preview (it won't be announced on the Exchange team blog for a few weeks...
  • Top 10 Exchange 2007 Features

    Infoworld's top article for this month is on Exchange 2007 Beta 2. One article was a list of the " Top 10 Features in Exchange 2007 ." Over time, I'll be talking about three of these areas: Smart Scheduling (I already blogged on the evolution of...
  • E-mail Records Management: Why Do We Care?

    This is a "guest blog" post from Julian Zbogar-Smith, Exchange PM for 'Messaging Records Management' If you're part of an organization of any kind, that organization probably has records. These records can exist in a variety of forms, from paper to...
  • The Evolution of “Smart Scheduling” in Outlook 2007 – Part 2

    Part 2: When we last left our superheroes (see Part 1) -- the Exchange Mailbox IW team -- they were still iterating through potential scheduling form designs to come up with the final plan. (Click on all the images below to see the full size version)...
  • The Evolution of “Smart Scheduling” in Outlook 2007 – Part 1

    One of the features that my team is especially proud of for Exchange & Outlook 2007 is the new "Scheduling Assistant" that is in Outlook Web Access and Outlook 2007. If you want to see a live demo of this functionality (and all of Exchange 2007 calendaring...
  • Making Exchange more useful for the Outlook user

    Let me introduce myself... My name is Jason Mayans and I am the Lead Program Manager for the "Information Worker Team" working on Microsoft Exchange. But this blog is not about me, it's about what we're doing in Exchange 2007 to improve the experience...