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|Title||In The Beginning…|
|Topics||00:10:55 Exchange 2010 SP2 UR3 – Added features and bugs fixed. Installation complexities.
00:31:30 Importance of a development/lab environment for testing and demos.
00:34:10 Who’s going to MEC (Microsoft Exchange Conference)? Not Steve!
00:34:50 TechEd 2012 vs. MEC
00:39:58 Exchange “15″
00:42:19 Public folders
00:51:30 Simultaneous product releases
00:51:57 Running multiple versions of Office products, upgrading client apps
00:54:55 End of Edge Transport? Alternative approaches to messaging hygiene
00:59:35 Desired features of the next version of Exchange
01:00:00 Centralized (roaming) signatures
01:05:30 The coming week and points of interest
|Co-hosts: Exchange||Michael Van Horenbeeck, John A. Cook, Serkan Varoglu, Dave Stork|
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Tags: Archiving, Client Access Server, Dave Stork, Edge Transport, Exchange Server 2010, John Cook, Lync Server 2010, Michael Van Horenbeeck, Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC), Public Folders, Serkan Varoglu, Service Packs, Steve Goodman, TechEd 2012, Update Rollups
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