Part 2 of 5 – Keith Kabza, MVP, and Blain Barton discuss OCS 2007/Exchange 2010

Part-2 – is posted below! The rest of the series is being delivered every week for 5 weeks! Part 1 – Learn about Exchange 2010/OCS Integration features – http://dpeeast.hosted.panopto.com/CourseCast/Viewer/Default.aspx?id=97439256-efc4-48a0-863b-8e69ffbefe13 Part 2 – Learn about Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging features http://dpeeast.hosted.panopto.com/CourseCast/Viewer/Default.aspx?id=6af76b34-f8ae-4fad-b156-54f7ead5c34f Part 3 – Learn about OCS 2007 R2 Dial-in Conferencing Part 4 – Learn about…

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Voice Mail Preview FAQ (Part 4)

This is the final part of the frequently-asked questions list that I’ve put together for Exchange 2010’s Voice Mail Preview feature. You may want to read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 before reading this. If Voice Mail Preview is not completely accurate, how should I use it? You may find that you have…

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Voice Mail Preview FAQ (Part 3)

This is the third part of the frequently-asked questions list that I’ve put together for Exchange 2010’s Voice Mail Preview feature. You may want to read Part 1 and Part 2 before reading this. What happens if I get Voice Mail in more than one language? In a UM Dial Plan, at most one language…

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Top Ten Reasons to Move to Exchange Server 2010 in 2010

As we start the New Year with Exchange 2010 in market, I wanted to share more of the stories we are hearing from our customers.  At launch, we highlighted how a few of our customers, Lifetime Products, Morgan Keegan and Global Crossing are utilizing the new features in Exchange 2010.  But, now with a couple…

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Voice Mail Preview FAQ (Part 2)

This is the second part of the frequently-asked questions list that I’ve put together for Exchange 2010’s Voice Mail Preview feature. You may want to read Part 1 before reading this. Why ‘Preview’? Why not ‘Transcription’ or ‘Speech to Text’? Names are important, and we thought hard about this one. It’s important to set users’…

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It Is the Mindset, Not the Skill Set…

In the last post, I had mentioned my research whitepaper titled “Preparing for Innovation: Understanding How IT Organizational Change Can Help Drive Success with Unified Communications”. If you lead or manage a technology team and haven’t read this paper yet, I’d encourage you to read it. One of the issues that I tackled in this research was…

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Voice Mail Preview FAQ (Part 1)

Voice Mail Preview is one of the Exchange 2010 features that’s received a lot of attention. Over the past few months, I’ve received many messages from users who have questions about it. A few questions appeared much more often than others, so I found it, err, convenient to put together a frequently-asked-questions list for Voice…

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Managing Complexity in Unified Communications

HP and Microsoft recently announced that they will be working together to provide solutions based on Exchange Server and SQL Server that are easy to deploy, and easy to manage. When it comes to interfacing Exchange to the world of telephony (via Microsoft Office Communication Server, or some kind of PBX), the planning often requires…

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Microsoft and HP Agree to invest $250 Million to Simplify Technology Environments

Last Tuesday, January 13, 2010, Microsoft and HP announced an agreement to invest $250 Million over the next three years to significantly simplify technology environments.  This is not something that is just targeted at the large enterprises but meant to benefit businesses of all sizes!  Here’s the announcement: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2010/jan10/01-13inftoapppr.mspx. I’m sure some of you are…

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