October 2006 - Posts
Microsoft has just published a file containing some information to deploy Exchange Server 2007 UM with some pabx vendors.
Here are the list:
- PBX Vendor: NEC
- PBX model: NEAX2400IMX & IPX
- PBX software: version 7400
- Protocol: Digital Set Emulation (DNIDtermIII)
- Gateway Vendor: Dialogic
- Gateway Model: PIMG80PBXDNI
Lisa Schulte has writen about Exchange 2007 web parts in the MSExchangeTeam website.
Web Part URL formats can be used to access Outlook Web Access web parts contents directly.
Exchange Server 2007 OWA has a new URL format to be used for requests to the /owa virtual directory. Exchange Server 2007 will use this format when forwarding web part requests in the Exchange 2003 format to the Exchange Server 2007 /owa virtual directory.
Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/26/429362.aspx
This new download explain how to protect our message environment.
Learn how to apply several types of protection to the e-mail messages you send.
You cant get it at: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=f7a20ed4-3cd9-4d31-8447-754a33712597&displaylang=en
Jared Zhang has written eight nice tips abou Exchange Management Console.
Exchange Server 2007 introduced a new GUI management console (Exchange Management Console) to replace the Exchange System Manager (ESM) of previous versions. This earlier blog post The new Exchange 2007 Management Console overview gives an overview of the console. In this blog post I'll show some tips and tricks of the console.
Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/20/429233.aspx
Microsoft has published a nice IT Show Case about 64bits in Exchange server 2007 environments.
Description on how running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 on the 64-bit platform enables Microsoft IT to keep pace with ever-increasing performance expectations, raise mailbox quotas, lower storage costs, and eliminate tape backups to save additional costs.
Check out it here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=f31e7541-f63a-4b7d-b8d2-3794c4dc3329&displaylang=en
The MIIS (Microsoft Identity Integration Server) will be a very common name in Exchange Server 2007 environments, we'll use it between organizations to synchronize and maintain different directories.
So.. Microsoft has published an documentation about it. Here is the description: The MIIS 2003 How To document set provides discussions and recommended solutions for specific challenges that are encountered when using MIIS 2003.
For more information about MIIS, please go to the following link: http://www.microsoft.com/miis
What's the difference between remove exchange attributes and delete mailbox? In this post of the Jason Dool we'll undertand the difference them.
Over time, several people have inquired about the differences between the "Delete Mailbox" and "Remove Exchange Attributes" functionality in Exchange 2000/2003. Note: The Remove Exchange Attributes option only appears in the Exchange Tasks wizard within the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in when the Advanced Features option is selected within the MMC console.
You cant get more information at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/13/429192.aspx
Microsoft has made a new kb about the Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer.
This new article discusses the addition of the Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer tool to the Analyzer tools family. The current version of the Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer tool is supported in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and in Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server. Future versions of the Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer tool will be supported in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
Get it here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;923892&sd=rss&spid=1773
The MsExchangeTeam explain to us how the new search of Exchange Server 2007 works.
In Exchange Server 2007, we completely rewrote Search - we upgraded from MS-Search 2.0 to 3.0 (which SQL Server 2007 also uses) and we changed from a "crawl" model to an "always up to date" model - we also rewrote the indexing part to be more efficient in how it communicates with the Exchange Information Store - the end result is an 35x improvement in indexing speed.
Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/11/429163.aspx
The Exchange Server 2007 OWA let us see how much space of our quota is being used, based on limit defined by the Administrator.
Just hold on for a few seconds on the top level folder structure of owa and the following information will appear:
The Out of Office (OOF) feature is commonly used by end-users to let other people know when they are not available to respond to e-mail. Exchange 2007 Out of Office capabilities such as scheduled OOF, different external and internal OOF messages and the ability to control what kind of OOF to send on a per-domain basis improves the experience for both end-users and for administrators.
Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/06/429115.aspx
This is the second of a four-part blog on the features in Exchange Server 2007 that are designed to increase availability, and the hardware strategies you can use to increase fault tolerance, service availability and service continuity.
Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/05/429103.aspx
The MsExchangeTeam explains to us about how Exchange SErver 2007 stamps mail address on user and the death of the RUS :)
Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/02/429053.aspx