In Exchange Server and Exchange Online the default mobile device mailbox policy allows non-provisionable ActiveSync devices to connect, which is not recommended for security reasons.
With Microsoft’s announcement that there will be no future versions of Small Business Server, where does that leave small business IT pros?
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Microsoft has launched a dedicated training portal for Exchange Server 2007 and 2010. You will find links to Technet document libraries, certification information, special offers, and eLearning catalogs for the Exchange Server product lines. Check it out here. Paul CunninghamPaul is a Microsoft MVP for Office Apps and Services and a Pluralsight author. He works […]
I’ve written some more articles recently at AllSpammedUp.com. One of the interesting things about writing these articles is that is has forced me to take a deeper look at Exchange Server 2007 antispam features and consider their effectiveness. My view at the moment is that with the right attention and configuration Exchange Server 2007 can […]
Microsoft has been working on the next version of Exchange Server (E14) for a few years TAP customers and their Live@edu program, and are now starting to bring details of the upcoming version to the public. The first interesting detail is the continued move towards the “software as a service” model (eg Hosted Exchange) to […]