João Ribeiro

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  • Blog Post: Announcing Enhanced Hardware Virtualization Support for Exchange 2010

    The Microsoft Exchange team is enhancing positioning by including additional supported scenarios regarding Exchange Server 2010 running under hardware virtualization software. As of today, the following support scenarios are being updated, for Exchange 2010 SP1, and later: The Unified Messaging server...
  • Blog Post: UPDATE - Supporting Exchange 2007 on Windows Server 2008 R2

    As a member of the Exchange Server support team nothing gives me more pleasure than announcing this " We always talk about listening to customers and sometimes this is written off by many as 'marketing speak'. In fact, we do take feedback seriously and no input is more important to our engineering...
  • Blog Post: The fix for installation of Exchange 2007 SP2 with Windows 2008 R2 Domain Controllers is now available

    Installation on non-Internet connected computers Using an Internet connected computer: 1. Download and extract Exchange 2007 SP2 to a local hard drive. 2. Download the updated ExBPA.PreReqs.xml and ExBPA.Readiness.xml files listed below. Please note: We suggest that you right-click the link...
  • Blog Post: Updates to the Exchange Supportability Matrix

    With the release of Exchange 2007 SP2 we provided a Supportability Matrix which outlined the supported configurations for Exchange 2000 SP3, Exchange 2003 SP2, and Exchange 2007 (RTM, SP1, and SP2). But as many are aware, with the release of Windows Server 2008 R2 there have been a variety of questions...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Anywhere runs best on Windows 2008 R2

    We recently compared the performance of the Exchange 2010 Client Access role supporting Outlook Anywhere users on both Windows 2008 SP2 and Windows 2008 R2, and found that the improvements the Windows Team has made in R2 more than doubles the number of concurrent users a given server can support, assuming...