The Microsoft Exchange Server Integration white paper is now available in the Microsoft Download Center. The purpose of this white paper is to introduce you to some of the new client features that are available when Microsoft Lync Server 2010 is integrated with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.  Successfully integrating these two enterprise communications solutions can be challenging, because there are subtle differences in the way that services from each product are leveraged by Lync Server 2010 clients.

The purpose of this white paper is to introduce the reader to some of the new client features that are available when Microsoft Lync Server 2010 is integrated with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.  Successfully integrating these two enterprise communications solutions can be challenging, because there are subtle differences in the way that services from each product are leveraged by Lync Server 2010 clients.

Author, Dave Howe, wrote this paper after troubleshooting several Exchange Server 2010 integration issues reported by Technology Adoption Program (TAP) customers during the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Beta program. However, the information presented is not intended to be authoritative on this topic. Rather, this paper is a collection of information from various product specifications, as well as some general troubleshooting information.    

Please note that this white paper does not cover Microsoft Lync 2010 instant messaging (IM) and Microsoft Exchange Outlook Web Access (OWA) integration.

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