Hello Everbody, I saw a bunch in the news at microsoft.com in Brazil … always the same question.. What’s steps I need to migrate an Exchange Server 2003? There are a lot of scenes for it.. Now, I’ll explain a few about each possibility, here are they: What do I need for it? You need to make a choice: co-existente or not? 1. Migration with co-existence For me it’s the best scene, we need follow that steps: Install a new machine with Exchange Server +Service Pack and +updates Move the resources (public folders, mailbox and settings) for the new server … Continue reading What’s the steps for change the Exchange hardware?
If you want to be an Exchange 12 beta tester, here is the link : http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/beta/preregister.mspx All the best,Anderson Patriciohttp://www.andersonpatricio.org
Hello Everybody, We saw in the last webcasts about exchange 12 a new names for some Exchange roles, I saw those differences on Bridghead Server to Hub Transport Server and Gateway Server to Edge Transport Server. All the best,Anderson Patriciohttp://www.andersonpatricio.org
Hello Everybody, Follow the key points showed yesterday (17/Mar/2006) in the Webcast called Client Access and Web Services in Exchange “12” (Level 200): new OWA interface new resources in that interface, example: auto-complete, fast search, conversation view, notifications beautiful interface 😀 auto-updating views (mail, calendar, contacts) language setting is a user preference, not tied to browser language gzip won’t dependent on forms based authentication We can access sharepoint and file server throughOWA because it works like a proxy (read-only access) resource mailbox can be create in Active Directory, that resource mailbox has a specific address list automated management of resource … Continue reading Webcast Resume: Client Access and Web Services in Exchange “12”
Hello Everybody, Follow the resume of webcast Giving the Administrator More Control in Exchange “12” (Level 200) shown yesterday (15/Mar/2006), here are the key points of the presentation: reduce complexity compared to Exchange 2003, the same task on E12 (one line) in 2003 (twenty lines), get-mailboxstatistics -server $servername explanation about cmdlets: verb+nom, example: get-excommand structure of monad in exchange 12 Guis is very intuitive improvements in GUI (Graphical User Interface): management organized by server role, action pane, toolbox section has great tools for example: ExBPA and Queue Viewer the model of new interface, all taks in Exchange System Manager … Continue reading Webcast Resume: Giving the Administrator More Control in Exchange “12”
Hello Everybody, Yesterday (14/Mar/2006) we saw the first Webcast of Exchange 12, here are the topics seen in the webcast: Roadmap of the product new roles of Exchange Servers Three themes of E12: Control, Anywhere access and built-in protection We saw a picture with roles of Exchange Servers distributed in a company power of the monad (the presenter showed a little Monad commands), but he showed the result of a query in html format 😀 Information about 64bits High Availability at lower cost Anywhere access (Unified Messaging: one inbox for voicemail, fax and e-mail) Message hygiene Cost of the product Information … Continue reading Webcast Resume: An overview of Exchange 12
Hello Everybody, Today is the first Webcast about Exchange 12, follow again the link and enjoy it! TechNet Webcast: An Overview of Exchange “12” (Level 200)Tuesday, March 14, 20061:00 P.M.–2:30 P.M. Pacific Time All the best,Anderson Patricio
OverviewWe’ll see the version of each Exchange Server installed in an Exchange Organization. Solution Open ESM (Exchange System Manager) Expand Adminsitrative Groups Expand <Administrative Group> Click Servers Conclusion Now, we can see all the servers in an Administrative Groups with their permissions.
Hello Everybody, Monad (or MSH) will be a feature of Exchange 12, we will can control Exchange 12 by command-line or GUI (Graphical User Interface – Exchange System Manager). I found a lot of links about this technology on the internet and I created that list, here are the links: Introdution to Monad:http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2005/11/Scripting/default.aspx Websites:http://www.reskit.net/monad/index.htmhttp://www.mswiki.com/wiki/Monad Book:http://press.oreilly.com/pub/pr/1482 Windows Monad Shell Beta 3:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9fe1977d-3de2-47c2-b0ba-62339bcd505a&displaylang=en WebCasts:http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032277853&EventCategory=5&culture=en-US&CountryCode=US All the best,Anderson Patriciohttp://www.andersonpatricio.org