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Exchange Insider - November 2010, Vol. 7

This issue demonstrates how to change default Outlook Web App settings and why you shouldn’t skip the tedious process of documenting a server migration project. Also learn the five critical elements you'll need to have in place before you plug in your first virtual machine.   Access >>>

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    • Do this before virtualizing Exchange Server 2010 by Greg Shields, Contributor

      Virtualizing Exchange 2010 servers is a smart move, and the steps involved are fairly simple. The actual virtualization process begins long before you create a VM.

    • Why it's important to document your Exchange installation by Andy Grogan, Contributor

      After you've installed Exchange Server for a client, it's time to write the installation documentation. Providing consistent and easy-to-understand documentation is vital for both Exchange administrators and users. These three principles of good documentation writing can help.

    • Step up your Outlook Web App setup by Brien Posey

      When Outlook Web App’s default settings just won’t do, it’s time to tweak. Certain configuration changes will help OWA run more efficiently and securely.

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