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Scott Schnoll's weblog

December, 2005

  • Microsoft Exchange 12 Beta 1 is Here!

    Today we today announced the release of Microsoft Exchange 12 Beta 1 — the code name for the next version of Exchange. To get nore information about Exchange 12, and Outlook 12 — the code name for the next version of Outlook, visit,
  • Microsoft Security Updates Released

    Today we released the following Security Bulletins: Bulletin Summary: Critical Bulletins: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (905915)
  • ISA Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool Available

    If you're an Exchange Server or a SQL Server administrator, you've probably heard about Microsoft's Analyzer tools. A Best Practices Analyzer tool has been available for Exchange Server and SQL Server for some time, and Performance Troubleshooting and...
  • How Microsoft Achieves 99.99% Uptime with Exchange 2003

    I've been presenting sessions on clustering Exchange Server at various Microsoft and third-party events for many years. After each presentation, at least one person has asked how Microsoft clusters Exchange, and how we maintain our 99.99% uptime. So,...
  • Exchange Server TechCenter December Refresh Published

    As you may or may not know, we refresh the Exchange Server TechCenter on a monthly basis. On December 7, we published the December refresh. Each month we typically add new Top Stories and release new tools and/or updated tools. If you haven't heard...
  • Exchange Web Release v2.2 Available

    Yesterday, we posted Exchange Web Release v2.2, which includes both new and updated tools: New Tools: ActiveSync Web Administration Tool (aka Remote Wipe, aka Mobile Admin) Exchange Server Profile Analyzer Updated Tools: Exchange...
  • ExBPA Config File Available

    Yesterday, we released a major new update to the ExBPA Config XML: version This update is packed will all sorts of good stuff. You can find a complete list of enhancements and updates at the Exchange team blog .
  • First Post

    Welcome! For my first post, I thought I would start with the basics. I'm a Technical Writing Lead on the Exchange User Education team, which is part of the Windows Server System User Experience group. I'm the lead for the Integrated Systems silo, which...