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Quick Start Guide for Outlook Voice Access 2010
This download contains a quick reference sheet that can be used when navigating the menu system found in Outlook Voice Access.
Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1
Starting with Exchange 2007, neither the Messaging API (MAPI) client libraries nor CDO 1.2.1 are provided as a part of the base product installation. As a result, there is functionality missing that many applications depend on. Microsoft Exchange MAPI and CDO 1.2.1 provide access to these APIs
Collaboration Data Objects, version 1.2.1
Beginning in Exchange Server 2007 and Outlook 2007, CDO 1.2.1 will no longer be provided as a part of the install of the product. As a result, there is functionality missing that many applications depend upon. CDO 1.2.1 is a package providing access to Outlook-compatible objects through a COM-based API.
Enhanced Presence Schemas for Office Communications Server 2007 R2
The Unified Communications Enhanced Presence Schemas Reference (2007 R2) provide technical reference to the presence data used by the 2007 R2 versions of Microsoft Office Communications Server, Microsoft Office Communicator, and Microsoft Office Communicator Web Access.
Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Hotfix KB 968802
This download includes all available updates for Office Communications Server 2007 R2.
Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2 Hotfix KB 976135
This download contains an update for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2.
TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2010 Upgrade and Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007 and 2003 (Level 200)
Thursday, February 04, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
In this webcast, we walk you through the process for introducing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 into an organization that already has Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2003. Learn the prerequisites, steps required, and the impact to client access for MAPI, Outlook Anywhere, Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access (OWA), ActiveSync, and POP/IMAP clients after the upgrade to Exchange Server 2010 has occurred.
Presenter: Harold Wong, Senior IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
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TechNet Webcast: Information Protection and Control in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (Level 300)
Thursday, February 11, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Are you worried about employees accidentally leaking valuable corporate e-mail? In this webcast, we introduce new methods of information protection and control powered by Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, including a new transport rule for moderation, dynamic signatures, and application of rights management. We also discuss the use of Active Directory Rights Management Service in parallel with Exchange Server, and we explain how new features in Exchange Server 2010 can be applied to real-world messaging control scenarios.
Presenter: Michael Smith, Owner, Smith Consulting
What's New with Exchange 2010!
Friday, February 12, 2010 9:00 AM Central Time (US & Canada)
Got Exchange Questions? We’ve Got Answers.
Now, more than ever, your customers require cost-effective and flexible communication tools. Learn how Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 can help your customers achieve new levels of reliability and performance with features that simplify administration and protect communications. As the cornerstone of Microsoft’s Unified Communications solution, Exchange Server is a flexible and reliable messaging platform that can help lower messaging costs by over 50% and increase productivity with anywhere access.
Hosted by: Brendan Newell – Senior Metro Partner Technology Advisor
9:00 – 9:30am CST What’s New with Exchange 2010
9:30 - 10:00am CST Open Discussion, Q & A
Upcoming Exchange Server 2010 Discussions with Brendan
Tips & Tricks to Migrate to Exchange 2010
Leveraging Exchange 2010 for Unified Messaging
High Availability – Disaster Recovery
Exchange 2010 – How best to secure your infrastructure
TechNet Webcast: Getting the Most Out of Exchange Server 2010: Performance and Scalability (Level 300)
Thursday, February 18, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Selecting the right server hardware for a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 deployment becomes much easier when you know the product team's scalability and performance guidelines. In this webcast, we review the product team's guidance for the processor and memory requirements of each server role in Exchange Server 2010. We discuss a number of key performance enhancements from this release, and we explain how to use related tools like the Exchange Storage Calculator, Exchange Profile Analyzer, Loadgen, and Jetstress to take the guesswork out of server sizing.
Presenter: John Fullbright, Business Applications Integration Lead, Americas Region, NetApp Professional Services
TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 High Availability (Level 300)
Thursday, February 25, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Welcome to the future of Microsoft Exchange high availability. In this webcast we reveal the changes and improvements to the built-in high-availability platform in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, including a unified solution for high availability and disaster recovery that is quick to deploy and easy to manage. Join us to learn about all of the new features in Exchange Server 2010 that make it the most resilient, highly available version of Microsoft Exchange yet.
Presenter: Devin L. Ganger, Solutions Architect, Trace3
TechNet Webcast: Network Considerations for Deploying Communications Server 2007 R2 (Level 300)
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Deploying and scaling Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 in your enterprise network requires thoughtful consideration to ensure the quality of experience for end users. In this webcast, we discuss the features of Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 R2 that are relevant to the network administrator, including codecs, quality monitoring, quality of service (QoS), and virtual local area network (VLAN) support. Discover how large enterprises have used these features, along with network right-provisioning and bandwidth planning, for their own successful OCS deployments, and learn how to apply these techniques to your enterprise network.
Presenter: Desmond Lee, Senior Consultant, Winworkers Switzerland
Desmond Lee specializes in end-to-end enterprise infrastructure solutions built around proven business processes and people integration across various industries. He enjoys the spotlight as a speaker at major international events and contributes frequently to several highly rated publications and public forums/newsgroups. Desmond is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (Microsoft Office Communications Server), a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and founder of the Swiss IT Pro User Group, an independent, non-profit organization for IT professionals that promotes Microsoft technologies. You can follow Desmond's IT adventures at http://www.leedesmond.com.
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TechNet Webcast: Yankee Group: Analyst Perspectives on Office Communications Server and the Enterprise Network (Level 200)
Friday, February 05, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Join Microsoft for a special webcast presented by two highly respected analysts from the Yankee Group (www.yankeegroup.com) as they discuss their perspectives on unified communications (UC), customer deployments of Microsoft Office Communications Server, and the effects of UC on enterprise networks. In this webcast, we look at UC through the lens of a strategic collaboration platform, consider four diverse customer UC deployment case studies, review recommendations and best practices regarding network considerations for implementing UC, and we discuss the costs and benefits of Office Communications Server, including a look at the potential savings. Don't miss this chance for a unique, third-party perspective of Microsoft unified communications offerings and customer deployments.
Presenters: Zeus Karravala, Senior Vice President, Yankee Group, Phil Hochmuth, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, and Yang Sallette, Project Manager, Yankee Group
Zeus Kerravala, senior vice president, leads Yankee Group's Mobilizing and Capitalizing on the Anywhere Network research group. Zeus's team analyzes the impact of connectivity transformation on the Anywhere Consumer and the Anywhere Enterprise, and it probes the changes to behaviors, motivations, and technologies that result. Zeus manages the research and consulting agenda that enables clients to meet the demands of the global connectivity revolution, and his expertise involves working with customers to solve their business issues through the deployment of infrastructure technology. Before joining Yankee Group, Zeus was a senior engineer and technical project manager for Greenwich Technology Partners, a leading infrastructure consulting firm. Earlier, he was the vice president of IT for Ferris, Baker Watts, a mid-Atlantic brokerage firm, deploying corporate-wide technical solutions to support the firm's business units. Zeus was also an engineer and technical project manager for Alex. Brown & Sons, where he was responsible for the technology related to the equity trading desks. Zeus holds a bachelor's degree in physics and mathematics from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada.
Phil Hochmuth has an expertise in network infrastructure, and he is a senior analyst in Yankee Group's Anywhere Enterprise research group, where he covers enterprise network, mobile security, access control, and enterprise endpoint/client virtualization technologies. Prior to joining Yankee Group, Phil was a senior editor at Network World magazine, covering enterprise routing and switching, wireless LANs, voice over IP (VoIP), and open-source software. Before that, Phil was a systems integrator for a New Hampshire–based value-added reseller, installing networks and prepress systems for clients in the newspaper and publishing industry. Phil holds a bachelor's degree from Northeastern University.
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TechNet Webcast: Voice Administration and Monitoring for Communications Server 2007 R2 (Level 300)
Tuesday, February 09, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
If you have deployed Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 or are about to start your deployment, it is critical that you have the right monitoring and administration approach. Attend this this webcast to learn about the Microsoft Quality of Experience approach to voice quality monitoring and how you can incorporate this approach into your deployment.
This webcast covers the fundamentals of the various voice-related administration and monitoring capabilities within Communications Server 2007 R2. We discuss voice-related monitoring theory and practice, how to ensure your Communications Server deployments are set up for successful monitoring, and how to integrate Communications Server monitoring with other management products so that you can fix problems before they affect your users.
Presenter: Lee Mackey, Americas MSFT UC Lead, HP
Lee Mackey started his professional career with the United States Army in 1991, and he has held various technical and management positions at Charles Schwab, Zhone Technologies, Openwave Systems, Zenprise, and most recently HP. Lee currently is the Americas unified communications lead for HP's Network Support Services group, where he works with customers on the design and deployment of enterprise unified communication solutions. Before working at HP, Lee ran a consulting company supporting various Microsoft technologies, and he worked in the mobile world to ensure customers weren't working harder but were able to spend time with their families.
TechNet Webcast: Unified Communications Development for Non-Professional Developers (Level 300)
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Microsoft Unified Communications is unleashing the power of software to communications. But what communications solutions can a company deploy without having a full-time developer on staff? In this webcast, we walk you through a set of easy-to-use applications that anyone with basic programming skills can use to build on the developer platform of Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office Communications Server. Join us to learn how to use the new Windows PowerShell capabilities to manage your Exchange users; how to use Exchange for managing a customer database; how to build a conference room scheduling application in the Exchange Web Services Managed API; and how build a basic help desk portal application using speech recognition. All code will be made available after the webcast on http://gotuc.net.
Presenters: Joachim Farla, Technical Infrastructure Specialist, eOffice and Michiel van Oudheusden, Software Architect, eOffice
Joachim Farla works as a technical infrastructure specialist at e-office, a Microsoft Gold Partner, where he focuses on information worker products, including Microsoft Unified Communications, Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. He is the founder and owner of the Unified Communications Virtual User Group in the Netherlands (ucvug.nl), and he owns the central Unified Communications weblog in the Netherlands (unified-communications.blogspot.com).
Joachim has provided consulting and research within the information technology industry and with Microsoft for the past 11 years, and he is a two-time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) on Communications Server 2007. Joachim has been quoted, interviewed, and published in national press, including Kennisportal and TechNet. Joachim began his career at Arenda, a Dutch financial company. He later became a junior system engineer at ING Bank Netherlands, and then he worked for Ordina Network Management Services and Ordina Finance.
Michiel van Oudheusden is one of the software architects and developers employed at e-office. While primarily focused on front-end web development, he also worked on Windows and service applications. Unified Communications is one of the technologies where Michiel is interested in. For e-office he also developed the OCS web chat application, an anonymous chat application connected with the Office Communications Server.
Working for 6 years at his own company during his Computer Science study, he started at e-office three years ago doing what he likes most: designing and developing software for various customers with different and new technologies.
TechNet Webcast: Voice Architecture and Planning for Communications Server 2007 R2 (Level 300)
Tuesday, February 16, 2010 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Do you want to know the architecture behind the voice features in Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2, and what it would take to deploy the product? In this webcast, we present the deployment scenarios for enterprise voice functionality, including sizing and topology considerations, call routing and management, and interoperability with existing telephony infrastructure. Whether you are interested in blending voice features and functionality with your enterprise IP-PBX or exploring how Communications Server 2007 R2 can be used as a peer voice platform, this webcast provides you with the framework and knowledge to confidently move forward with your Communications Server deployment.
Presenter: Mike Stacy, Director of Services, Evangelze Communications
Exchange Svr 2000 EN: XADM: Security tab not available on all objects in System Manager (Updated)
Exchange Svr 2007 SP1 AL: An appointment is displayed incorrectly as an all-day event if you use a mobile device to synchronize the calendar in Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Exchange Server 2003 may generate duplicate journal reports in a mixed Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007 environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The "age limits" function of a public folder do not work as expected in an Exchange Server 2007 environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: A Computer that is running the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Client Access Server role becomes slow when a user tries to open a folder that contains many items
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Exchange Server 2007 users intermittently cannot access an Exchange Server 2003 user's Free/Busy information in Office Outlook 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Description of Update Rollup 2 for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: When a user sends e-mail messages to a remote domain, some e-mail messages are queued on an Exchange Server 2007 Hub Transport server or Edge server
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Some message parts are not readable when Exchange Server 2007 must convert the message part encoding from binary or from 8 bit to 7 bit
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Incorrect exceptions are generated for a recurring iCalendar message when an Exchange Server 2007 server processes an SMTP message that contains the iCalendar message part
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: OWA does not highlight misspelled words in an Exchange Server 2007 CAS proxy environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Some attendees do not receive a meeting cancellation notification when the appointment recurrence pattern is changed by using EWS in Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Unread messages are marked as "read" when Exchange Server 2007 processes the EXAMINE command
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: You still receive an error message when you run the Test-OwaConnectivity command after you apply hotfix KB957485 in Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Store sessions are not released when you run the "Add-PublicFolderClientPermission" cmdlet or the "Remove-PublicFolderClientPermission" cmdlet in public folders on a computer that is running Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: A new accepted domain that is added does not work in an Exchange Server 2007 organization
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Returned folder names include a question mark when you check the folder names of an Exchange Server 2007 mailbox
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The EdgeTransport.exe process crashes intermittently on an Exchange Server 2007 server
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Exchange Server 2007 OWA users receive an error message when the users change the display line for the search results on the address books
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: A call transfer fails by using key mapping in a mixed Exchange Server 2007 UM server and OCS 2007 environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: EWS proxying requests fail after you run Availability Service requests in a CAS to CAS proxying scenario in Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: You cannot log on to your mailbox and you receive an error in an Exchange server 2003 and an Exchange Server 2007 coexist environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Event 2104 and event 2147 are continuously logged in an Exchange Server 2007 Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: An attachment of a meeting request cannot be opened when you use a CDO application to accept a meeting request in Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The misspelled word of a message loses its custom format when an Exchange Server 2007 user writes the message in OWA
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The RemoveDelegate operation of EWS fails, and then a "500 internal server" error response and event ID 4999 are logged in an Exchange Server 2007 server
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The custom form of a meeting request is not used in the recipients' calendar in an Exchange Server 2007 environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The free/busy information about an Exchange Server 2007 user is not displayed
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging incorrectly plays a nonbusiness hours greeting when someone call during holiday
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: You cannot edit a transport rule if one or more of the recipient addresses are disabled or removed in an Exchange Server 2007 server
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The Calendar Month View displays a numeric date and not an abbreviated month name when you set the Regional Settings to Japanese or to Korean in Outlook Web Access for Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The message delivery time is incorrect when you send e-mail messages by using an IMAP4 client together with the APPEND command in Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: An incorrect value for DumpsterMessagesDeleted is reported in an Exchange Server 2007 environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The EXOLEDB component is not initialized successfully when you start Exchange Information Store Service on an Exchange Server 2007 server
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: A move operation on a folder fails when the “ptagProvisionedFid” attribute is invalid in an Exchange Server 2007 environment
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: One or more errors occur when you set the Message Access logging level to "Expert" in an Exchange Server 2007 SP2 server
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: Error message when a client that uses the WebDAV protocol to connect to an Exchange Server 2007 server: "Error 1000"
Exchange Svr 2007 SP2 AL: The "Proxy server name" field is shown incorrectly in Outlook Web Access in an Exchange Server 2007 CAS-to-CAS proxy environment
Exchange Svr Ent 2003 EN: Messages that have attachments are not delivered as expected, and Event ID 12003 and 327 messages are logged in Exchange 2000 Server and in Exchange Server 2003 (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2003 EN: CPU usage by the Exchange System Attendant service on offline address list servers in a hosting environment increases to 50 percent (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2003 EN: When you recover an Exchange Server database on an Exchange Server 2003 server, the Exchange Server database cannot be mounted
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: How to enable additional Exchange information store logging (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: An error occurs when you try to synchronize the offline address list on an Exchange Server server while you are using Outlook 2003: "0x8004010F" (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: Services for Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010 cannot start automatically after you install Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 on a global catalog server (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: PowerShell commands for the Exchange 2007 Edge server role do not work as expected after you uninstall an update rollup or an interim update on the Edge server (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: All e-mail messages for some users may be put in the deleted items folder (Updated)
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: The Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 log or database experiences abnormal growth
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: The remote performance counter MSExchangeIS is not visible on a remote Exchange Server 2007 server
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: The Exchange Server 2007 "Messages queued for submission" performance counter displays an incorrect value
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: You receive an NDR you try to send messages through your Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 account
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: The "Task Owner" field is not set when you create a task in Outlook Web Access
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: When an IMAP4 client sends a FETCH (bodystructure) request to a server that is running the Exchange Server 2007 IMAP4 service, a corrupted response is sent as a reply
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: Messages that have duplicate message IDs are deleted when they are archived to an Exchange 2007 mailbox
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: Microsoft Exchange Transport services crashes and a "StackOverflowException" error is logged when Message Journaling is enabled on Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: Warning message when you run the Update-AddressList cmdlet in Exchange Management Shell on Exchange Server 2007: "Failed to update recipient"
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: When you edit an e-mail message in Office Outlook Web Access in Exchange Server 2007, the font changes to the default Internet Explorer font
Exchange Svr Ent 2007 AL: The Windows Server 2008 VSS backup plug-in cannot back up Exchange 2007 Service Pack 2 databases that reside on a volume mount point
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: Meeting requests that are sent to a room mailbox are not processed in Exchange Server 2010 (Updated)
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: You cannot connect to an Exchange Server 2010 server by using Outlook Anywhere
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: In Exchange Server 2010 you cannot forward a signed S/MIME message by using forwarding rules in Exchange Control Panel
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: Error message occurs when you move a mailbox from an Exchange Server 2003 server to an Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010 server
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: You cannot edit a transport rule in Exchange Server 2010 Management Console after you import the rule from Exchange Server 2007 (Updated)
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: You cannot manage OWA, ActiveSync, ECP, or OAB virtual directories from Exchange Management Console in Exchange Server 2010
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: Single Sign-On does not work when you log on to Exchange Control Panel by using Office Outlook Web App for Exchange Server 2010
Exchange Svr Enterprise 2010 AL: Users cannot use Outlook Anywhere to open a shared mailbox that was moved to Exchange Server 2010 (Updated)
Exchange Svr Std 2003 EN: A meeting update message or a meeting cancellation message from an Exchange 2003 user is not delivered to an Exchange 2007 user (Updated)
Exchange Svr Std 2007 AL: The MSExchangeIMAP4 and MSExchangePOP3 services crash intermittently in an Exchange Server 2007 environment
Exchange Svr Std 2007 AL: The Auto Attendant 'Business Hours' schedule is not updated in Exchange Server 2007 when the DST setting is changed
Exchange Svr Std 2007 AL: When a Unified Messaging-enabled user calls Outlook Voice Access on Exchange Server 2007 to play a voice mail message, there is a delay before the voice mail message is played
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: You experience performance issues in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 when many legacy presence users are converted to enhanced presence users at the same time
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: You experience performance issues in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 during NTLM authentication
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: You experience performance issues in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 when you move many users between pools at the same time
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: Instant messages are blocked in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 if a third-party application uses the "otherIpPhone" attribute
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: You cannot start the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Front-End service if the connection to the root domain controller is lost
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: Instant messaging fails when the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 front-end server that you connect to changes
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: An offline certificate request is formatted incorrectly when you create the certificate request in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: CPU usage increases when you turn on tracing for the S4 component in Office Communications Server 2007 R2
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: Event ID 21071 occurs in Office Communications Server 2007 R2
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: Error message when you install the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 database update package that is dated July, 2009: "Error 1722"
Office Comm Svr Ent 2007 R2 AL: Office Communicator 2007 R2 Phone Edition on Tanjay devices is downgraded to Office Communicator 2007 Phone Edition
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Description of the Communicator 2007 R2 cumulative update: January 2010
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Description of the cumulative update for Office Communications Server 2007 R2, Core Components: January 2010
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Description of the cumulative update for Office Communications Server 2007 R2, Administration Tools: January 2010
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Description of cumulative update for Office Communications Server 2007 R2: January, 2010
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Description of the cumulative update package for Office Communications Server 2007 R2 database: January, 2010
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Description of the cumulative update for Office Communications Server 2007 R2, Unified Communications Managed API 2.0 Core Redist 64-bit: January 2009
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: You cannot connect to a Meet Now meeting by using Communicator 2007 R2
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Office Communicator 2007 R2 crashes when you receive an incoming instant message notification
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: A hyperlink is converted to plain text format when you input the hyperlink into an Office Communicator 2007 R2 conversation window
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: You cannot call a user by using the Actions button in Office Outlook 2007, but you can call the user through Office Communicator 2007 R2
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: The shortcut menu is not displayed or Office Communicator 2007 R2 crashes when you right-click a contact
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: A wireless connection is reported as a wired connection in a QoE report incorrectly when you make an Office Communications 2007 R2 call in Windows XP
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Sending MOS and Listening MOS are low for Communicator 2007 R2 calls
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Connectivity checks fail if you use Office Communicator 2007 R2 together with a third-party implementation of MS-ICE 2.0
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: CPU usage increases significantly when you make a call in Office Communicator 2007 R2
Office Comm Svr Std 2007 R2 AL: Office Communicator 2007 R2 crashes when you move a contact to a specific group
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: Description of the Windows-based Live Meeting 2007 client update package: January 2010
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: Error message when you use the Live Meeting Add-in for Outlook to invite Outlook contacts that are pulled from a global address list (GAL)
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: The Live Meeting 2007 Conferencing Add-in for Outlook does not load in the Outlook toolbar
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: Information about the messages that you receive when you install the 32-bit version or you install the 64-bit version of the Live Meeting 2007 Conferencing Add-in for Outlook
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: PowerPoint slides that are shared and recorded in Live Meeting 2007 do not show in the recording playback on a computer that has Office 2010 installed
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: An organizer can still share desktop controls with the participants in a Live Meeting 2007 session after a conferencing center administrator enables the "Disable Desktop Sharing" setting
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: The Question and Answer Control Panel modality and the Chat modality become unavailable in the Live Meeting 2007 add-in when either one of these modalities is disabled by an administrator
Office Live Meeting 2007 AL: A conference center administrator cannot restrict application sharing to only a single program in the Live Meeting service
Outlook 2003 Win32 AL: How to force Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003 to resolve proxy addresses and custom properties in Cached Exchange Mode (Updated)
Outlook 2003 Win32 AL: How to verify the Intelligent Message Filter SCL rating in Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 (Updated)
Outlook 2003 Win32 AL: Description of the Office Outlook 2003 Junk E-mail Filter update: January 12, 2010
Outlook 2007 Win32 ML: How to obtain the latest Outlook Junk E-mail Filter update (Updated)
Outlook 2007 Win32 ML: Error messages when you try to connect Outlook 2007 to Exchange Server: "The action cannot be completed" or "Your Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable" or "Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook" (Updated)
Outlook 2007 Win32 ML: The "Send via E-mail" option is unavailable for calendars that are shared with you in Office Outlook 2007 (Updated)
Outlook 2007 Win32 ML: A canceled meeting is displayed unexpectedly in a manager's calendar in Office Outlook 2007
Outlook 2007 Win32 ML: Description of the Office Outlook 2007 Junk E-mail Filter update: January 12, 2010