Events/WebCasts

1 May 2007 : Momentum Webcast: Unified Communications Featuring Exchange Server 2007 (Level 100)

Businesses do not garner insight or make decisions. Businesses do not close deals, invent new products, or find new efficiencies. People do. In other words, companies excel when they empower their people to drive the business forward. Microsoft is looking to help people communicate and collaborate with their co-workers, partners, and customers more effectively, setting up the environment for what we call a people-ready business. The Microsoft vision for Unified Communications, which includes Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, is consistent with this concept and is about unifying disparate communications. Attend this session to learn about Exchange Server 2007 and its role within the Unified Communications suite.

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2 May 2007 : Exchange Server Database Troubleshooting and Recovery with the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant 1.1 (Level 300)

Issues like power failures, hardware failures, or abnormal application executions can result in critical situations, where quickly restoring database service with minimal data loss is key. However, troubleshooting database recovery failures requires much background knowledge in database and log signatures, database states, log file generations, locations, and required logs. Join this webcast to learn how the database troubleshooter and database recovery management tools within the Microsoft Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant version 1.1 can help you isolate and resolve issues to bring a server back online. We explain how this tool enables you to log calls with Microsoft Customer Support Services with a set of upfront data. We also look at ways Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant can help you:

Analyze log drive space.

Reset log generation numbers.

Repair databases.

Show the database event logs.

Verify the database and transaction log files.

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7 May 2007 : Exchange Server Performance Troubleshooting Using the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant 1.1 (Level 300)

Performance issues can be difficult to troubleshoot because of the many areas that can affect a server. In this webcast, we explain how the Microsoft Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant version 1.1 includes in-depth updates to the Exchange Performance Troubleshooter, which uses a set of rules based on real customer data to help reduce isolation time for performance issues. Join this session to learn how you can maximize the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant to help you isolate issues and take remedial action to resolve them. Learn how this tool enables you to log calls with Microsoft Customer Support Services with a set of upfront data. In this presentation, we also look at ways the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant can help you isolate:

The remote procedure call (RPC) Cancel Request dialog box in Microsoft Office Outlook.

Issues where the RPC operations per second may be high (because of third-party products/add-ins).

Issues where the number of outstanding RPC requests are high.

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8 May 2007 : TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Deploys Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging (Level 300)

What is the best way to implement the Unified Messaging (UM) features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007? Join us to discover how Microsoft IT uses Unified Messaging to integrate voice messaging with an internal e-mail messaging environment. In this webcast, we detail the technical implementation and deployment strategy for deploying Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging features in the Microsoft enterprise messaging environment. Learn what UM features and functions are deployed at Microsoft so far, why UM is a compelling service to offer Microsoft employees, and the design issues to consider when planning to integrate Exchange Server 2007 with an existing PBX infrastructure in your own organization.

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8 May 2007 : Microsoft Webcast: Maximize Your Existing IT Infrastructure with Microsoft Unified Communications (Level 100)

In this session, we give you a detailed overview of the Microsoft Unified Communications (UC) vision. See a demonstration of how Microsoft is combining e-mail, instant messaging (IM), voice, and video into a single, intuitive system built around people, not technology. In addition, we show you how Microsoft has built people-centric, integrated, secure communications into the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Discover the value of a Unified Communications environment that takes advantage of your existing data and telecommunications infrastructure. We explain how UC enables IT departments to deliver more flexible and secure communications, with a simplified infrastructure that streamlines management and reduces total cost of ownership (TCO).

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8 May 2007 : TechNet Webcast: Troubleshooting Exchange Server Mail Flow Issues Using the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant 1.1 (Level 300)

In this webcast, we explore the Microsoft Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer, which is part of Microsoft Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant. We describe how the Microsoft Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer is a diagnostic tool that walks you through the correct path for troubleshooting problems with e-mail flow, from analyzing symptoms to implementing solutions. Providing easy access to key data sources, this tool automatically diagnoses retrieved data, presents an analysis of the possible root causes, and suggests corrective actions. The Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer also helps you manually diagnose data when automation is not possible. Join this session to learn how this tool empowers you to isolate your own issues and to take remedial action to solve them. We show you how the Exchange Server Mail Flow Analyzer can help you troubleshoot the following symptoms:

Users receive unexpected non-delivery reports when sending messages.

Expected messages from senders are delayed or are not received.

Messages destined to recipients are delayed or are not received.

Messages are backing up in one or more queues on a server.

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22 May 2007 : TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Deploys Exchange Server 2007 Edge Transport (Level 300)

Join this webcast to learn how Microsoft IT deployed Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Edge Transport server role, which is used for perimeter network deployment. We discuss how Exchange Server 2007 Edge Transport supports Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) routing, provides anti-spam filtering technologies, and support for antivirus extensibility.

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29 May 2007 : TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Designs and Architects its Exchange 2007 Based Messaging Environment (Level 300)

How does a large enterprise plan and implement the design and architecture of its next generation of messaging systems? In this webcast, engineers from the Microsoft IT messaging team uncover the details on how they introduced and fully deployed the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 infrastructure in a production environment with more than 120,000 mailboxes. Join this session as we discuss:

Messaging topology design.

Hardware planning for various Exchange Server 2007 server roles.

Client Access server role and mobility scenarios.

Transport server role architecture.

Mailbox server role and storage designs.

Backup, restore, and high-availability strategies.

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30 May 2007 : TechNet Webcast: Technical Overview of Forefront Security for Exchange Server (Level 200)

In this session, we take a look at the advantages Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server provides in antivirus and antispam protection and explore how Forefront Security for Exchange Server fits into your overall enterprise topography. Discover how Forefront Security for Exchange Server ships with and integrates multiple industry-leading antivirus engines and antispam services to provide comprehensive, layered protection against the latest virus, worm, and spam threats. We also describe how a Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) Management Pack enables you to monitor the health of Forefront Security for Exchange Server as part of your corporate operational management practices.?

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Premier Soundbytes and Workshops (Ask your TAM for more details)

16/07/07: Soundbyte : Exchange 2007 Messaging Records Management
22/10/07: Soundbyte : Exchange 2007 High Availability
17/12/07: Soundbyte : Exchange 2007 Autodiscover

01/05/07: Exchange 2003 Security
08/05/07: Exchange 2003 Storage Design Concepts
17/05/07: Exchange 2003: Best Practices
24/05/07: Exchange 2003 Clustering
29/05/07: Exchange 2007 Upgrade & Migration
15/06/07: Exchange Mobility?
18/06/07: Exchange 2003: Advanced Clustering

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