Tweet A couple of months back my workplace decided to embark upon OCS federation and the enablement of public Live Meetings, a little late to the party I know – but better late than never! 🙂 When we originally planned our deployment (3 or so years ago) we decided to use internal SIP addresses only (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org) so […]
Tweet For those that have been utilising Microsoft Unified Messaging (UM), or as some call it voice mail, there are some user experience differences to be aware of when migrating from Exchange 2007 to 2010. I’m referring to the way in which end-user configuration is manifested, upon execution of the “Manage Voice Mail” button within Outlook (as seen below in […]
Tweet Seeing as Exchange 2010 SP1 has hit the streets I thought it would be a good time to remind folks of shiny new/improved service pack UC functionality, including CS ’14’ support! Taken from Microsoft TechNet: The Unified Messaging server role has been improved and has added new features in Exchange 2010 SP1. To use some […]
Tweet In the off chance it has passed you by the MS Exchange Team has released to web the final SP1 bits, here. This major update delivers a host of new functionality, specifically around archiving, Outlook Web App, mobility and the management UI – more on this here. For the full announcement head over to […]
The UK Microsoft Messaging & Mobility User Group ran a joint live meeting with Microsoft UK this morning, specifically focused upon functionality within the forthcoming service pack (SP1) for Exchange 2010. Presenters were Brett Johnson (MSFT Messaging Technical Specialist), Leigh Smith (MSFT UC Technical Specialist) and Nathan Winters (an MVP for Exchange Server).
Tweet To co-incide with the TechEd North America conference, an SP1 beta for Exchange 2010 has just been made publicly available via the Microsoft download center here. For more information on new functionality made available via SP1, read this blog post by the Exchange Team. Source: here