Excerpt from the MS Exchange Team…
"Today, Apple announced they have licensed the Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) protocol and are building support into the iPhone. We are happy to have them join the list of mobile device manufacturers supporting EAS.
The MS Exchange team released part 2 of their Exchange 2007 and Windows server 2008 series. Here is an excerpt I found interesting. It sums up the key benefits that you’ll see when deploying Exchange 2007 on a Windows server 2008 platform.
"Windows Server 2008 includes a number of improvements and enhancements that can directly benefit servers running Exchange 2007 SP1. There are many benefits to running Exchange 2007 SP1 on Windows Server 2008. Just to name a few:
- Support for multi-subnet failover clusters
- Faster log file shipping
- Reduced downtime for hardware maintenance
- Near-zero downtime when fixing NTFS corruption
- Greater scalability for Client Access servers that provide Outlook Anywhere services
- Easier deployment
- Support for IPv6"
The MS Exchange team has posted a listing on the latest updates to the Exchange documentation. Update your library…