Archive for the ‘Unified Messaging’ Category

An Administrator’s First Look at PowerShell in Lync Server 2010 (Communications Server ’14’)

With Communications Server "14" on the horizon and promising extensive support for PowerShell, you’ll need to know what works and what doesn’t, and how to find out more. Desmond Lee gives a distilled overview of what you’ll need to know. The full feature-set of Communications Server “14” was officially announced during the keynote at TechEd […]

Moving to Office Communications Server 2007 R2

Office Communications Server 2007 R2 has some exciting new features, which make its deployment  well worth considering. Desmond  focuses on using the side-by-side method to migrate existing OCS RTM servers and clients over to R2, which you can likewise adopt  to create an entirely new R2 installation. Like many organizations, you may already be operating […]

An Introduction to Unified Messaging

  For many years, everyone involved in the administration of offices has wished that there was a way of combining the voicemail, fax, the PBX with the Exchange Email system, particularly for highly mobile users. . With Exchange Server 2007,  this has now become a reality. Even though it forces the Exchange Administrator to become […]

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