First Details of Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 Available!

We’ve published a post on the Exchange Team Blog that provides the first public details about Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1).  SP1 will of course include fixes and enhancements in the areas customers have helped us identify (including code from all of the Exchange 2010 post RTM update rollups we’ve released to date). …

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Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate Available!

Today, we announced that the Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate is feature complete and available for download here.  Updated online documentation for this release can be found at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124558(EXCHG.149).aspx. Make sure your computer and infrastructure meet the Exchange 2010 System Requirements, install the Exchange 2010 Prerequisites, and install the Exchange 2010 RC today! Enjoy the…

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Why You Should Attend Tech·Ed North America 2009

The Tech·Ed Web site has some great reasons as to why you should attend this year, but I thought I would add a few more: Sessions, sessions, and more sessions.  In case you haven’t looked at the Session List, there’s 738 technical sessions available. Of the 738 sessions, 67 of them are Unified Communications sessions….

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Check out the Exchange Server Remote Connectivity Analyzer Beta

Want an easy way to check if AutoDiscover is working?  Not sure if Exchange ActiveSync is configured correctly?  Need to test your inbound mail flow?  For help with these questions, and more, check out the Exchange Server Remote Connectivity Analyzer.  This newly announced tool, nicknamed ExRCA, is a free Web-based test tool developed internally by…

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Internet Explorer 8 RTM is Released!

Welcome to the future of Web browsing! Today at 9:00am PDT, we released Internet Explorer 8 to the web for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server. Visit http://www.microsoft.com/ie8 for complete details on IE8. To see some of the very cool new IE8 features in action, check out the IE8 videos at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/internet-explorer/videos.aspx. Like add-ons and accelerators? …

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