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Microsoft Exchange Server Sync and Replication Issues News
November 10, 2007
Due out before the end of 2007, Exchange Server 2007 SP1 adds standby continuous replication, which could help IT managers with disaster recovery planning.
April 13, 2006
One of the largest lobbying associations in the U.S. energy industry recently implemented failover software from XOsoft to guard against costly e-mail lapses.
November 14, 2005
Discover how Exchange server replication solutions work and the pros and cons of hardware versus software and synchronous versus asynchronous.
January 19, 2005
A top Microsoft executive has outlined plans for E12, the working name for the successor to Exchange Server 2003. Experts say customers aren't likely to be startled by changes to the messaging platform.
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The .pst file that is created when synchronizing Outlook and SharePoint is linked to a user's profile. However, synchronization can break if roaming profiles are being used. There are a couple of settings you can enable to work around this ... Continue Reading
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