May Posts to Office Communications Servers and Office Communicator Blogs

Video Conferencing for Masses vs. Personal Telepresence “SIP Trunking” in Office Communications Server Simplifying Enhanced Presence Recent Yahoo! and MSN (Windows Live) Public IM Connectivity Changes To UDP, or not to UDP, that is the question Office Integration – like Peanut Butter and Jelly (Beans) The RTCComponentService Account and Cannot Synchronize Address Book UCC API:…

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Description of the update for the Unified Communications Client API SDK

The authentication protocol that is used by Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 and its clients has been updated to require a signature in all messages. This includes the first message that carries the challenge response. The version number of the protocol that is advertised in the challenge response has increased to version 4. Challenge responses…

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New E-Book on Managing Exchange with PowerShell

One of my co-workers (Jane Lewis) just pointed out this post on Eileen Brown’s blog: http://blogs.technet.com/eileen_brown/archive/2008/05/21/new-ebook-on-managing-exchange-with-powershell.aspx

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Office Communication Server 2007 Webcasts – June 2008

The following Office Communication Server 2007 Webcasts are scheduled for June 2008: Disaster Recovery in Communications Server 2007 (Level 200) – June 2nd 9.30am PST All About Communications Server 2007 Security (Level 300) – June 5th 9.30am PST Configuring DNS, Certificates, Ports, and Load Balancers for Communications Server 2007 (Level 300) – June 9th 8.00am…

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Exchange Server Protocols

The Microsoft Exchange Server Protocols documentation provides detailed technical specifications for Microsoft proprietary protocols (including extensions to industry-standard or other published protocols) in the Microsoft Exchange Server system. The Microsoft Exchange Server Protocols documentation provides specifications for protocols that are implemented in the Microsoft Exchange Server system software and that are used to communicate with…

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