Thursday, September 18, 2008

See you at Exchange Connections!

Anyone planning to come to the Windows and Exchange Connections conference in Las Vegas in November? I'll be there! This is my favorite Connections since it happens at the same time as the SharePoint, Office, ASP.NET, and other developer's conferences. I have 3 new presentations I am doing at this conference and I hope they are going to be well received.

EXC24: Amaze Your Friends and Users with Global Address List Tips and Tricks - Jim McBee
For most organizations with Exchange, the Global Address List (GAL) becomes your company’s corporate phone directory. Most Exchange administrators don’t realize that you can further customize the GAL and do some very simple things that will make this resource even more valuable for your users. This intermediate level session takes a look at some things you can do to customize the GAL including creating address lists, customizing details templates, defining "resource" objects, and creating a naming standard that helps with sorting.

EXC22: I Wish I Had Known…Exchange 2007 Upgrade Lessons from the Field - Jim McBee
Get practical advice and experiences to help prepare you for Exchange Server 2007. Exchange Server 2007 has been out now for two years but only now are many organizations moving forward with plans to upgrade. This overview session covers many of the common problems and their solutions that early adopters have experienced when moving from Exchange Server 2000/2003 to Exchange Server 2007. Even if you are not ready to upgrade yet, you will take away a checklist of things you can do to help get you prepared.

EXC23: You Can Take it With You...Taking Advantage of Exchange 2007 Database Portability - Jim McBee
This intermediate level session examines the new Exchange Server 2007 database portability feature that allows a database to be moved to a different Exchange 2007 server. The session looks at copying databases to another server in the same organization, using Standby Continuous Replication, Move-Mailbox options, and moving a database to a new organization entirely.


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