Canadian Colleges Update – Dec 2009 Session 2 Exchange 2010

by | December 9, 2009

Session 2 – Jim Lucey Senior Product Mgr, Exchange Product Mgmt

  • deployment flexibility – on premises, Microsoft Online Services, [email protected] (range from control & flexibility->choice->student centric)
  • SharePoint for free for academic institutions coming from Microsoft
  • Demo of Web Exchange Admin functions – lots of new capabilities and flexibility
  • Outlook Web Access (now called Outlook Web App) – excellent UX improvements, scrolling for all sub-windows, ability to ignore a conversation (especially when reply all gets abused), conversation views (finally works like GMail ;), get mail tip that person you are sending mail to is out of office – BEFORE you send the email, feature called Moderation (Message Approval) which allows control of send to all, presence is integrated
  • Mail Tips are powerful – also have the ability to setup a custom mail tip
  • Native BES integration
  • OCS – voice mail preview in text
  • Support for Firefox and Safari browsers
  • Calendar sharing in Outlook Web App – allows for federated calendars outside your organization with encrypted transport
  • Email Archiving that is integrated with archiving, retention and discovery with granular retention and legal hold policies
  • Discovery – allows for multi-mailbox search – good for FOIPOP and Security
  • Powerful Transport Rules – many ways to configure and control
  • Advanced Security integration with MS Forefront

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