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djcoax -> Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 7:07:05 AM)

Hey Guys,

I downloaded the Beta and will install in a few hours. In the meantime : what are the new features in this edition ?
I can't find a whole lot of information on what's new.

So Henrik , If you have been toying with it for a year ... How will this impress us [:)]




Ahmad Ramadan -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 7:46:07 AM)

i've already downloaded it man but i rather to read 1st before diving in [:D][:D]

here u can see whats new in Exchange 2010
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298136(EXCHG.140).aspx

Enjoy




djcoax -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 7:49:36 AM)

Thanks.

I'm more the diving in kind of guy.

Luckily , I have some isolated VMs that I can abuse at will.




Ahmad Ramadan -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 8:01:01 AM)

ENJOY MAN [:D][:D]




consultOz -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 11:03:09 AM)

 
Good question[:D] and I don’t know where to start from, the Exchange 2010 is going to be the **Best** version in my opinion,
if you do take a look what it will bring on a table impossible not to go for it
I have been trying to write some if you are interested in take look please
Full redundancy with two Exchange 2010 for your organization
http://smtp25.blogspot.com/2009/04/full-redundancy-with-two-exchange-2010.html
Exchange 2010 and Business Reason to upgrade
http://smtp25.blogspot.com/2009/04/exchange-2010-and-business-reason-to.html
regards
oz




rsmudliar123 -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 2:48:14 PM)

You can start installing and playing with this new version using Hyper-V. Coz you dont have to worry about the base machine. Not that many changes in HUB and CAS. Mailbox role is modified and LCR and SCC is gone forever. Some good failover functionality in terms of database portability.

I m playing with it. Lets see how good it is in terms of managing it.

Keep you updated.




Ahmad Ramadan -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 3:30:59 PM)

i will start installation next sunday!!
and Dive in [:D][:D][:D][:D]




ratishnair -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (15.Apr.2009 4:44:16 PM)

Attachments compressed in DB....
Log shipping made more important....
IM coming back.....
CAS role given a lot more importance......
and what not..... ???
 
Got to play with this.... ;-)
 
Ratish
 




Jesper Bernle -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (16.Apr.2009 10:14:38 AM)

Personally I´m looking forward to the effects of RPC Client Access Layer forcing all clients through CAS.

And DAG (Database Availsbility Group) also seems really interesting. [:-]




Henrik Walther -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (16.Apr.2009 11:35:39 AM)

Yes DAG is a great addition to the Exchange product. Almost no clustering functionality required and everything is now managed via the EMC/EMS. No more messing around with the WFC console, cluadmin.exe or cluster.exe.

And up to 16 copies of a database!

SCR and CCR combines in perfect harmony.




consultOz -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (16.Apr.2009 5:19:25 PM)

I am loving 2010 so far, the best version no question in my eyes and very much excited about it.

The changes in database tables, the new structure or DB, makes it more efficient ***Faster*** and goodbye SIS (- : ,goodbye SG (storage groups), another 70 percent reduction introduced in Exchange 2010,( maybe even more) on top of improvement have been introduced in exchange 2007, JBOD ..... [:D]
 
http://smtp25.blogspot.com/2009/04/exchange-2010-is-best-version-of-all.html
 
best,
oz casey dedeal
 




rsmudliar123 -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (16.Apr.2009 5:40:32 PM)

OWA has changed a little bit with favorites.

Move mailbox has improved.
Export & Import mailbox feature is now gui based with plenty of features. But still it requires 32 bit machine.

Lets enjoy......





ratishnair -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (16.Apr.2009 5:46:39 PM)

Guys might wanna have a look at this :
 
http://blogs.technet.com/scottschnoll/archive/2009/04/15/how-to-install-exchange-server-2010.aspx
 

Could have enjoyed more with a x86 version
 
Ratish




rsmudliar123 -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (16.Apr.2009 9:29:01 PM)

RSG is not working [:@].

Not sure whether they have removed this feature.

There was  a discussion that PF database that it will go from E2K7. But it stayed there.

PF database is back in action in 2010. Not good [:(]

Now to introduce E14 in an existing ORG. E12 with SP2 is mandatory. So no options availlable for E12 with SP1 customer.







Henrik Walther -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (17.Apr.2009 1:36:16 AM)

Recovery Storage Groups (RSGs) are now referred to as Recovery Databases (RDBs) since we no longer have the concept of storage groups in Exchange 2010.

You can use the following command to get you a RDB:


New-MailboxDatabase -Recovery <dbname> –Server <servername>




rsmudliar123 -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (17.Apr.2009 1:58:54 PM)

Oh I missed that Storage group part.

Thanks Henrik




catzodellamarina -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (24.Apr.2009 5:06:41 PM)

Sounds like Microsoft’s continued engineering is aimed towards eliminating 3rd party products.  If this 2010 total package is for real, we could possibly sunset 4 add-ons.




sai_prasad -> RE: Exchange 2010 - E14 : New Features (1.May2009 5:48:29 AM)

And for people who spend lot of time in digging potential false positive junk mails everyday,,, you are going to love Exchange 2010.
Anti-spam technology in 2010 is at its best with Forefront security,

Can u believe, testing showed 99% spam detection rate. The good part here is rating to be either 1 or 9. Hope Jumk mail Folder is taken off in the upcoming version [;)]

This is what Alex from forefront server security shares with us,
http://blogs.technet.com/fss/archive/2009/04/17/introducing-forefront-security-for-exchange-beta-2-antispam-technologies.aspx




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