João Ribeiro

Exchange Server ;Office Communications Server and Windows Mobile / Phones

Exchange Deployment Assistant – ExDeploy 2010

Almost three months have passed since the Exchange Server 2010 was released to the “Enterprise World” and most of world’s IT administrators are starting to analyze ROI and benefits of this new version. This is very reconfortant to know, since we, at Microsoft, have just made the life easier to each and single IT administrator when it… Read more

New Feature : Multiple Exchange Accounts in Outlook 2010

For everyone using the Outlook 2010 Technical Preview, there are a number of improvements for working with multiple Exchange accounts. My name is Andrew Sullivan, I’m a Program Manager working on Outlook and it’s my pleasure to highlight some of these improvements. Connect to more than one Microsoft Exchange account simultaneously. If you’ve worked with… Read more

Now available : Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2010 – KB976573 –

Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2010 has been released.  This update brings several improvements for BlackBerry but also some crash fixes, as the list below shows : Issues that the update rollup fixes loadTOCNode(2, ‘idea’); Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2010 fixes the issues that are described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles:… Read more

BlackBerry Enterprise Server fully supported on Exchange 2010

  I’d like to share with everyone some good news today— BlackBerry® Enterprise Server (BES) is now fully supported on Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 and BlackBerry® Technical Support Services are readily available. This is the earliest customers have been able to deploy BlackBerry smartphones with a new Exchange release – ever. Customers who rely on… Read more

Upgrading Exchange ActiveSync to Exchange 2010

  Many of you have been asking how you can upgrade your existing Exchange environment to Exchange 2010 from a client access perspective. For most of you, this will also mean coexisting with legacy Exchange and Exchange 2010 for a period of time.  My first blog article in this series discussed the overall steps in… Read more

Updates to the Exchange Supportability Matrix

With the release of Exchange 2007 SP2 we provided a Supportability Matrix which outlined the supported configurations for Exchange 2000 SP3, Exchange 2003 SP2, and Exchange 2007 (RTM, SP1, and SP2).   But as many are aware, with the release of Windows Server 2008 R2 there have been a variety of questions raised about our support… Read more