The Exchange Server documentation team is pleased to announce updates to the Exchange Server content.
To see what content has changed for Exchange Server 2007 with Service Pack 1, take a look at Exchange Server 2007 Documentation Updates.
To see what content has changed for Exchange Server Analyzer, take a look at Exchange Server Analyzer Topic Updates.
In particular, we would like to highlight the following updated topics:
- Autodiscover Service Returns Unexpected Values for Outlook Anywhere Proxy Settings: This topic talks about modifying Outlook Anywhere settings for the Autodiscover service so that Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 users no longer receive an unnecessary logon prompt. The issue relates to a logon prompt that an Outlook 2007 user receives even though they have been configured to use NTLM authentication
- PBX Configuration Notes Tested by Microsoft or IP Gateway Vendor Partners: This topic has been changed to reflect updated IP gateway, IP PBX, and PBX configuration files. This topic also includes newly tested and supported IP PBXs and PBXs for Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging.
- Telephony Advisor for Exchange Server 2007: This topic has been changed to reflect updated information about supported IP gateways, IP PBXs, and PBXs. This topic also includes an updated list of IP PBXs and PBXs that are supported using AudioCodes and Dialogic IP gateways.
You can see these articles and other Exchange Server documentation content in the Microsoft Exchange Server TechCenter.
The following downloads are also available for SP1 content:
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 Help
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 Shell Help
BTW, if you haven’t noticed, all our topics in the Exchange Library now have a “Topic Last Modified” date at the top of the topic. And, if you wonder which topics apply to Exchange Server 2007 with Service Pack 1, we now have an “Applies to” tag for Exchange 2007 content.
You can now annotate topics in the Exchange Server 2003 documentation. Scroll to the Community Content section at the end of any topic in the Exchange 2003 Library, and click Add Community Comment. You’ll be asked to sign in with your Windows Live ID and to register as a participant. Then, share your insights with the Exchange community.
– Cathy Anderson, Content Release Manager, Exchange User Documentation