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 […]
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 As with most Office 2010 beta testers, I was very keen (upon release to web for software assurance customers) to start using the 2010 suite at work. As a result I noticed functionality that I had previously not identified. One example is within the Outlook 2010 contact card and the capability to playback a contact’s […]
Tweet Taken from Brett Johnson’s Blog: Busy day today 🙂 The latest versions of the Live Meeting Client and Outlook Conference Add-In have been released – this also includes the 64bit version Add-In’s for the 64 bit version of Outlook 2010 – woohoo..! Remember Both the LM Client and Conf Add-In versions should match for […]
Tweet Just a quick blog post I couldn’t resist! Whilst Exchange 2010 delivers a number of enterprise strength enhancements, you and your users will no doubt love the “Ignore Conversations” option. This is particularly useful when you are included in group e-mails that you could care less about! Clients supported include Outlook 2010 and Outlook WebApp (screenshot below).