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  • Blog Post: What can you tell me about Messaging Records Management and Exchange Server 2010?

    This was a question from a university in the Midwest.   What is MRM? Microsoft Exchange 2010 Messaging Records Management provides the following: Keep the messages needed to comply with company policy, government regulations, or legal needs (read archive items) Remove content that has no legal or...
  • Blog Post: What is new with Exchange 2010 UM?

    We have a green light to talk about some of the upcoming Exchange 2010 features in more depth now.  Greg did an OWA post and this one is about UM.   Has the UM architecture changed? No, it is the same. As you see above, the architecture for Exchange 2010 UM is the same as Exchange 2007 UM....
  • Blog Post: What is new with Exchange 2010 storage?

    Is there any reduction in IOPS? Yes, another huge 70% reduction in IOPS with Exchange Server 2010. This is on top of the 70% IOPS reduction from Exchange Server 2007.  What does this mean for my storage requirements? The Exchange 2007 IOPS reduction meant you could leverage Direct Attach SAS disk...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 14 video and info announced today

    A video was published today by our Exchange team discussing our upcoming release of Exchange 14 here . The key message being: Exchange 14 represents a new generation of Microsoft server technology that is designed, built and tested from the ground up for Software+Services.   Q & A provided:...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 – Evaluation bits have arrived!

    Grab your beta evaluation copy of Exchange 2010 here .   What is new in Exchange Server 2010?:   Flexible and reliable · Remove the need to deploy complex and costly clustering and third-party data replication products for full-scale Exchange redundancy SCC is a no longer an option and the...