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Microsoft TechEd 2009: Move back to 1-week format

October 21, 2008

Microsoft’s premiere technical education and networking event, Microsoft TechEd 2008 was held over a 2-week period— one week for the developer audience, and the second week for IT professionals. Based on attendee feedback, TechEd reverts to the familiar 1-week format in 2009. TechEd 2009 will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los […]

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TechNet Webcast: Disaster Recovery and SCR Deep Dive

August 12, 2008

Scott Schnoll’s doing a TechNet Webcast on High Availability in Exchange Server 2007 SP1: Disaster Recovery and SCR Deep Dive. What: TechNet Webast: High Availability in Exchange Server 2007 SP1 (Part 2 of 2):Disaster Recovery and SCR Deep Dive (Level 300)When: Friday, August 15, 2008 9:30 AM PacificWho: Scott Schnoll, Principal Technical WriterMore info and […]

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Exchangepedia turns 4!

June 30, 2008

Yes, Exchangepedia Blog is 4 years old today! Exchangepedia saw its first posts in June 2004. Hundreds of posts, 1 major Exchange release and 2 service packs (Exchange Server 2003 SP2 and Exchange Server 2007 SP1) later, it’s great to look back at some of the stuff I’ve enjoyed writing, and some posts that got […]

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Announced: Plug-in for Exchange backups on Windows Server 2008

June 11, 2008

Windows Server 2008′s new Windows Server Backup utility, the replacement for NTBackup, doesn’t do Exchange backups out of the box. I’m in Scott Schnoll’s session where he just announced a new Microsoft plug-in that will do Exchange VSS backups. The tool will be released this summer. More notes from this excellent session soon!

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Book Signing at TechEd: Exchange Server 2007 The Complete Reference

June 10, 2008

Exchange Server 2007: The Complete Reference started shipping recently. (OK, it’s been a few weeks, so I’m stretching the definition of the word “recently” to cover up for the fact that I didn’t post about this sooner…) As Exchange MVP and coauthor Richard Luckett puts it, “Writing a book, sustaining a career, and spending precious […]

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TechEd IT Pro: A major Exchange announcement in Scott’s session?

June 9, 2008

Scott Schnoll is presenting two sessions at TechEd this week:1. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP1: Tips & Tricks:When: Wednesday, June 11 2:45 PM – 4:00 PMWhere: N220 D What: This session provides an overview of how to gather diagnostic and troubleshooting information for Exchange Server 2007 focused on performance, connectivity, and services, as well as […]

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TechNet Chats: Q&A With the Exchange MVP Experts

November 15, 2007

Microsoft is holding another round of Q&A; chats with Exchange Server MVPs. These were fun the last time (transcripts here), so if you have questions about Exchange Server – planning issues, deployments, best practices, security, HOW TOs, etc., and want answers from Exchange MVPs – pick a convenient time from the following. Q&A; With the […]

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Exchange and Security MVP Chats on TechNet This Week

June 18, 2007

Microsoft is holding Exchange Server Q&A; with MVP experts twice this week. Exchange MVPs will be on hand to answer your questions about Exchange Server, Outlook, and Exchange for Small Business Server. So if you are thinking of upgrading to Exchange Server 2007 or have questions about Exchange Server 2003 we hope you can join […]

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Zenprise Wins Best Of TechEd 2007 Award

June 11, 2007

An interesting week in Orlando, as TechEd weeks generally are. The Zenprise team returned home with the Best of TechEd 2007 award! That’s 2 years in a row – first time a start-up has won Best Of TechEd two years in a row! What’s a cause for cheer for most of us – this time […]

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TechEd 2007: Notes from the BOF Session on Fighting Spam With Exchange Server 2007

June 7, 2007

Tuesday night was a Birds of a Feather (BOF) night, with plenty of BOF sessions and chalk talks scheduled. My session on Fighting Spam With Exchange Server 2007 (not a very creative title, I know… but it got the message across :) was scheduled for 7:45 PM. I was positive I’ll probably be the only […]

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