I noticed that a whole slew of new SharePoint Services Application Templates released yesterday.
Go to the Microsoft Downloads site and see them for yourself. The link contains the search string, too.
Microsoft has recently updated (as of Jan 26th, 2007) this introduction to IPv6.
Yes, it really will be implemented in our lifetime. It is worth a couple of minutes (or hours) to get started thinking about IPv6.
Download the guide at Microsoft’s download site at: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=cbc0b8a3-b6a4-4952-bbe6-d976624c257c&displaylang=en&tm
- Scott Schnoll Blog
- Exchange Team Blog
- The new Exchange 2007 Management Console overview
- Recipient Management in Exchange 2007 – Overview
- Top Exchange 2003 Recipient Problems and how they’re fixed in Exchange 2007
- Recipient Management cmdlets introduction
- Exchange Server 2007 recipient management one-liners
- Understanding Exchange Server 2007 server roles
- Property Sets in Exchange Server 2007
- Exchange Server 2007 Recipient Management One-Liners Part 2
- How to do your top Exchange Server 2003 recipient tasks in Exchange Server 2007
- Good bye RUS
- Exchange Server 2007 and 2000/2003 systems management co-existence
- Exchange 2007 console tips and tricks
- Recipient and server filtering in Exchange 2007 console
- First class recipient types in Exchange 2007
- Exchange 2007 migration overview
- Exchange 2007 Cross Org Mailbox Migration
- Recipient Permission Delegation in Exchange Server 2007
Time for some fun. The following are my links and favorite sources of information for Exchange Server 2003 mobility.
First, one of my favorite sites is Eileen Brown’s Blog. The following are some fantastic articles on Mobility that she has on her blog.
- Eileen Brown’s Blog on Active sync web administration tool
- Eileen Brown’s Blog on Exchange mobility resources
- Eileen Brown’s Blog on Security on Your Mobile Device
- Eileen Brown’s Blog on Setting up Windows mobile 5.0 devices with policies
- Eileen Brown’s Blog on Windows Mobile 5.0 and Persistent Storage
- Eileen Brown’s Blog on Windows Mobile Device center
I just recently started working with Groove 2007. So far, I am excited about the possibilities it presents. Recently released is the new Groove 2007 Planning and Deployment Guide.
If you are digging Groove or are interested in what it provides, this is a good start.
The contract is finally complete. We will be partnering with Global Knowledge in the UK to provide a cluster training class. Come join us March 6-9, this year.
Global Knowledge issued this press release today: http://www.trainingpressreleases.com/newsstory.asp?NewsID=2487. The actual location has not yet been selected. I have requested that it be someplace close to Heathrow airport to make it easier for those coming from other countries in Europe. It may end up in downtown London, though, depending on availability and classroom size.
So, anyone in Europe that would like to attend the training provided by ClusterHelp.com can now save some money and attend the class in the UK instead of flying across the pond. We are all excited about doing this class and hope to fill up the classroom like we do in New York at Netlan and in Denver at Ameriteach.
I am really looking foward to this trip.