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  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 R2 improves Exchange Server 2010 Outlook Anywhere

    Hopefully you have already heard about this and have change your deployment plans, otherwise here it goes. Recently it was 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...
  • Blog Post: Firewalls and Exchange Servers

    The main reason this guidance was developed was due to customers requesting that CAS be placed in a perimeter network.  See http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/10/21/452929.aspx for more information on why that is not supported.  This same guidance, as the article indicates, is true for...
  • Blog Post: Renewing SSL Certificates on Exchange Server 2007

    SSL certificates are issued for periods of spanning a number of years (typically in multiples for example one, two or more years, however eventually they do expire and need to be renewed). The renewal process involves generating a fresh CSR (Certificate Signing Request) on one of your Exchange Client...
  • Blog Post: Multisite Exchange Organization Patching

    Imagine the following scenario where you have your Exchange Organization split in three major sites, where each site has their own domain, for instance EMEA, APAC and AMERICAS. In each site we have CCR clusters, Hub Transport and CAS servers, all in Service Pack 1. Service Pack 2 meanwhile is released...
  • Blog Post: OWA Coexistence With Legacy Versions

    In most environments that plan to implement Exchange 2010, there will probably be an older (legacy) version of Exchange Server running. This document provides information on how Exchange 2003, Exchange 2007, and Exchange 2010 will work together in regards to OWA. If implemented correctly this will provide...