Exchange 2013 brings with it a new administration method

With Exchange 2007 we were given the Exchange Management Console (EMC), an installed MMC-based GUI console, and Exchange Management Shell (EMS) a command-line PowerShell-based console.  With Exchange 2010 we had the Exchange Control Panel (ECP), a web-based console added to the mix and it was enhanced with Service Pack releases.  It was obvious the goal […]

Getting Started with the Exchange Management Console

In today’s video I would like to talk about the tool you have to work with in Exchange Server 2007 the Exchange Management Console (EMC), so let’s start. On the left-hand side of the Exchange Management Console are four work centers, which consist of the Organization Configuration, Server Configuration, Recipient Configuration and the Toolbox.  The […]

Exchange 2010 Compliance Features

Cornucopias of features combine to aid Exchange admins in attaining compliance.  An elusive and seemingly unattainable goal for Exchange administrators is brought within reach through a variety of features found within Exchange 2010.  The secret is to know how these features work, and how to combine their efforts to provide the strength of their being […]

The Value of Getting Exchange 2010 and SharePoint 2010 to Work Together

Some things in IT life are no brainers.  In other words, they just make sense to do and don’t require a lot of thought.  Unfortunately sometimes these easy decisions lead to complicated implementation issues.  Case in point, you have a SharePoint server and you have an Exchange server.  SharePoint needs to send Alerts for administrators […]