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October 2009, Vol. 3

Learning from successful Exchange Server migrations

A recent survey of Exchange professionals shows that 75% of those responding have migrated to Exchange Server 2007 already or plan to do so soon. In this issue of Exchange Insider e-zine, get an in-depth look at some real-world Exchange 2007 migration projects, what can go wrong and how to make the most of Exchange 2007’s capabilities. This issue also highlights some must-have tools for securing mobile environments in Exchange as well as four things you shouldn't do if you want to keep your servers running in peak condition.

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Features in this issue

  • Exchange Server 2007's tools for securing mobile environments

    by  Richard Luckett

    Protect your Exchange Server 2007 organization from mobile device security threats by defining and configuring enterprise-wide Exchange ActiveSync Polices.

  • Three hardware don'ts when optimizing Exchange Server performance

    If you want to optimize Microsoft Exchange Server performance, start at the server hardware level. What is the best hardware setup for Microsoft Exchange? How much memory do your Exchange servers require? Should you trust your hardware vendor? There are plenty of Exchange Server performance tips and best practices, but here are three things you should never do in order to keep your Exchange servers running in peak condition.

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