Issue OverviewExchange Insider - July 2009, Vol. 2
Meeting regulatory requirements means that administrators must carve out a sound email-archiving policy; making the wrong move can be costly. In this issue, you'll learn what to do and what not to do when planning your email-archiving strategy. Access >>>
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Part 2: Deploying Exchange 2007 server roles
Learn about the Exchange 2007 Client Access, Hub Transport, Mailbox, Edge Transport and Unified Messaging server roles and the order to deploy them.
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Exchange server 2007 advances with unified communications
by Marty Parker
Explore the importance of the email component in enterprises, how traditional communication has evolved and where unified communications fit with Exchange Server 2007.
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Best and worst practices for email archiving in Exchange Server
by Stephen J. Bigelow, WinIT
Each organization handles Exchange Server email archiving differently. And the wrong approach can be detrimental. Can your archives get you in trouble?
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