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News: Released: Cumulative Update 1 for Exchange Server 2013

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Olá pessoal,

O Exchange Team Blog anunciou no dia 02/04/2013 o lançamento do Cumulative Update 1 para Exchange Server 2013, onde tem principal foco a coexistência com servidores Exchange legados.

É importante verificar os requisitos e suas alterações antes de instalá-lo no ambiente de produção para evitar impactos indevidos.

We know a lot of you have been waiting for this, and so it is with great excitement that we announce that Exchange Server 2013 RTM Cumulative Update 1 (CU1) has been released to the web and is available for immediate download! This is the first release using the new servicing model for Exchange Server 2013. In addition to this article, the Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 release notes are also available.

Note: Article links that may not have been available at the time of this post’s publishing are now available. Updated Exchange 2013 documentation, including Release Notes, is now available on TechNet.

CU1 is the minimum version of Exchange 2013 required for on-premises coexistence with supported legacy Exchange Server versions. The final build number for CU1 is 15.0.620.29. For more information on coexistence, check out the Planning and Deployment documentation, and this Ignite webcast covering deployment of and coexistence with Exchange Server 2013.

Upgrading/Deploying Cumulative Update 1

Unlike previous versions, cumulative updates do not use the rollup infrastructure; cumulative updates are actually full builds of the product, meaning that when you want to deploy a new server, you simply use the latest cumulative update build available and do not necessarily need to apply additional Exchange Server updates.

Active Directory Preparation

Prior to upgrading or deploying the new build onto a server, you will need to update Active Directory. For those of you with a diverse Active Directory permissions model you will want to perform the following steps:

  1. Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 includes schema changes. Therefore, you will need to execute setup.exe /PrepareSchema /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms.
  2. Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 includes enterprise Active Directory changes (e.g., RBAC roles have been updated to support new cmdlets and/or properties). Therefore, you will need to execute setup.exe /PrepareAD /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms.
  3. Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 includes changes to the permissions within the domain partition (e.g., Exchange Servers have been granted the ability to modify msExchActiveSyncDevices class on inetOrgPerson objects). Therefore, you will need to execute setup.exe /PrepareDomain /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms in each domain containing Exchange servers or mailboxes.

Note: If your environment contains only Exchange 2007, and you upgrade to Exchange 2013, keep in mind you cannot deploy Exchange 2010 in that environment at a later time. If you foresee a need to deploy Exchange 2010 servers into your environment, deploy an Exchange 2010 multi-role server (with all four servers roles) prior to executing Exchange 2013 setup.exe /PrepareAD. As long as you retain at least one role of each legacy server, you will continue to be able to install additional servers of that version into your coexistence environment. Once you remove the last server role of a legacy version, you will no longer be able to reintroduce that version into the environment.

Coexistence Pre-Deployment Step: OAB Verification

As mentioned in the Exchange Server 2013 CU1 release notes, when you deploy the first Exchange 2013 Mailbox server in an existing Exchange organization, a new default Offline Address Book is created.

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Figure 1: The new OAB as shown in an Exchange Server 2010 SP3 & 2013 CU1 environment

All existing clients that rely on an OAB will see this new default OAB the next time they look for an OAB update. This will cause these clients to perform a full OAB download. To prevent this from happening, you can configure your existing mailbox databases to explicitly point to the current default OAB prior to introducing the first Exchange 2013 server. You can do this one of two ways:

  1. Within the Exchange Management Console (EMC), navigate to Organization Configuration –> Mailbox –> Database Management –> Mailbox Database Properties –> Client Settings.

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    Figure 2: Modifying the default Offline Address Book at the database level in the EMC

  2. Alternatively, if you have many mailbox databases to update, the following Exchange Management Shell command can be used to view all mailbox databases without a default OAB explicitly set on them. If you have both Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 deployed on-premises then you will have to run the following commands using the respective Exchange Management Shell version as the Get/Set-MailboxDatabase commands are version specific.

    Get-MailboxDatabase | Where {$_.OfflineAddressBook -eq $Null} | FT Name,OfflineAddressBook -AutoSize

    If no values are returned then you are already prepared. However, if you need to configure some databases, then this next command will find all mailbox databases in an Exchange 2007 or Exchange 2010 environment with no default OAB defined at the database level, and it will set it to the current default OAB in the org.

    Get-MailboxDatabase | Where {$_.OfflineAddressBook -eq $Null} | Set-MailboxDatabase -OfflineAddressBook (Get-OfflineAddressBook | Where {$_.IsDefault -eq $True})

    To confirm all Exchange 2007/2010 mailbox databases now have a defined default OAB, re-run the first command. This time it should return no entries.

Server Deployment

Once the preparatory steps are completed, you can then deploy CU1 and start your coexistence journey. If this is your first Exchange 2013 server deployment, you will need to deploy both an Exchange 2013 Client Access Server and an Exchange 2013 Mailbox Server into the organization. As explained in Exchange 2013 Client Access Server Role, CAS 2013 is simply an authentication and proxy/redirection server; all data processing (including the execution of remote PowerShell cmdlets) occurs on the Mailbox server. You can either deploy a multi-role server or each role separately (just remember if you deploy them separately, you cannot manage the Exchange 2013 environment until you install both roles).

If you already deployed Exchange 2013 RTM code and want to upgrade to CU1, you will run setup.exe /m:upgrade /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms from a command line after completing the Active Directory preparatory steps or run through the GUI installer. Deploying future cumulative updates will operate in the same manner.

Note: Unlike previous versions, in Exchange 2013, you cannot uninstall a single role from a multi-role server. For example, if you deploy the CAS and MBX roles on a single machine, you cannot later execute setup to remove the CAS role; you can only uninstall all server roles.

Mailbox Sizes in Exchange Server 2013

As you start migrating your mailboxes to Exchange 2013, one thing you may notice is that your mailboxes appear to be larger post move.

As you can imagine, with hosting millions of mailboxes in Office 365, accurate storage reporting is essential, just like in your on-premises deployments. One of the learnings that we accrued into the on-premises product is ensuring that the mailbox usage statistics are more closely aligned with the capacity usage within the Mailbox database. The impact of reporting space more accurately means that mailbox quota limits may need to be adjusted prior to the mailbox move so that users are not locked out of their mailbox during the migration process.

Our improved space calculations may result in a mailbox’s reported size increasing on average of 30% when the mailbox is moved from a legacy version of Exchange to Exchange 2013. For example, if a mailbox is reported as 10GB in size on Exchange Server 2010, then when the mailbox is moved to Exchange 2013, it may be reported as 13GB. This does not mean that migrating to Exchange 2013 will increase your capacity footprint by 30% per mailbox; it only means that the statistics are including more data about the space the mailbox consumes. 30% is an average value, based on what we have experienced in Exchange Online. Customers with pilot mailboxes should determine what their own average increase value may be as some environments may see higher or lower values depending on the most prevalent type of email within their mailboxes. Again, this does not mean there will be an increase in the size of the database file on disk; only the attribution of space to each mailbox will increase.

New Functionality Included in Cumulative Update 1

Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 includes a number of bug fixes and enhancements over the RTM release of Exchange 2013. Some of the more notable enhancements are identified below.

Address Book Policies

As discussed recently, an Address Book Policy Routing Agent has been included in Exchange 2013 RTM CU1. For all the juicy details, see Address Book Policies, Jamba Jokes and Secret Agents.

Groups can once again manage groups!

In Exchange 2010 you could not use a group as an owner for another group for membership management. Instead you had to deploy explicit permissions on groups or use a script as a workaround.

Since Exchange 2010’s release both Microsoft Support and the Exchange Product Group received resounding feedback on the need for this capability. The good news is that with Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 groups can once again be owners of groups for membership management.

Public Folder Favorites Access through Outlook Web App

In Exchange Server 2013 RTM there was no way to access Public Folder content through Outlook Web App. In CU1 you will now have access to Public Folders you have added as favorites via your favorites menu either in Outlook or Outlook Web App. However, this access is limited to Public Folders stored on Exchange Server 2013.

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Figure 3: Adding a Public Folder as a favorite in Outlook Web App in Exchange Server 2013 RTM CU1

Remember, you cannot start creating Public Folders on Exchange Server 2013 until all users have been migrated to Exchange Server 2013. For how to migrate from legacy Public Folders to Exchange Server 2013 Public Folders, see Migrate Public Folders to Exchange 2013 From Previous Versions.

Exchange Admin Center Enhancements

The Exchange Admin Center (EAC) has been enhanced and now includes Unified Messaging management, improvements in the migration UI allowing more migration options reducing the gap between PowerShell and the UI, and general overall improvements in the user experience for consistency and simplification based on customer feedback.

High Availability and Monitoring Enhancements

There are have been several enhancements in the high availability and Managed Availability space. In particular:

  • The Best Copy Selection algorithm now honors MaximumActiveDatabases.
  • Auto-reseed now supports disks that have Bitlocker encryption.
  • Many probes, monitors, and responders have been updated and improved over the RTM release.
  • Get-HealthReport cmdlet has been streamlined and its performance has been optimized.
  • Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 will support the Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack for System Center Operations Manager (SCOM); this management pack will be available at a later date. This management pack is supported on SCOM 2007 R2 and SCOM 2012.

On behalf of the Exchange Product Group, thanks again for your continued support and patience, and please keep the feedback coming.

 

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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News: Released: Exchange Server 2010 SP3

 
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Olá pessoal,

O Exchange Team Blog anunciou no dia 12/02/2013 o lançamento do Service Pack 3 para o Exchange Server 2010.

É importante verificar os requisitos e suas alterações antes de instalá-lo no ambiente de produção para evitar impactos indevidos.

Segue a notícia oficial:

Earlier last year, we announced that Exchange 2010 Service Pack 3 would be coming in the first half of 2013. Later, we updated the timeframe to Q1 2013. Today, we’re pleased to announce the availability of Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3, which is ready to download.

Service Pack 3 is a fully slipstreamed version of Exchange 2010. The following new features and capabilities are included within SP3:

  • Coexistence with Exchange 2013:Customers who want to introduce Exchange Server 2013 into their existing Exchange 2010 infrastructure will need the coexistence changes shipping in SP3.

    NOTE: Exchange 2010 SP3 allows Exchange 2010 servers to coexist with Exchange 2013 CU1, which is also scheduled to be released in Q1 2013. Customers can test and validate this update in a representative lab environment prior to rolling out in their production environments as an important coexistence preparatory step before introducing Exchange Server 2013 CU1.

  • Support for Windows Server 2012: With SP3, you can install and deploy Exchange Server 2010 on computers that are running Windows Server 2012.
  • Support for Internet Explorer 10: With SP3, you can use IE10 to connect to Exchange 2010.
  • Customer Requested Fixes: All fixes contained within update rollups released before SP3 will also be contained within SP3. Details of our regular Exchange 2010 release rhythm can be found in Exchange 2010 Servicing.

In addition to the customer reported issues resolved in previous rollups, this service pack also resolves the issues that are described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) articles:

Note: Some of the following KB articles may not be available at the time of publishing this post.

2552121 You cannot synchronize a mailbox by using an Exchange ActiveSync device in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

2729444 Mailboxes are quarantined after you install the Exchange Server 2010 SP2 version of the Exchange Server 2010 Management Pack

2778100 Long delay in receiving email messages by using Outlook in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

2779351 SCOM alert when the Test-PowerShellConnectivity cmdlet is executed in an Exchange Server 2010 organization

2784569 Slow performance when you search a GAL by using an EAS device in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

2796950 Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.exe process consumes excessive CPU resources when a SCOM server monitors Exchange Server 2010 Client Access servers

2800133 W3wp.exe process consumes excessive CPU and memory resources on an Exchange Client Access server after you apply Update Rollup 5 version 2 for Exchange Server 2010 SP2

2800346 Outlook freezes and high network load occurs when you apply retention policies to a mailbox in a mixed Exchange Server 2010 SP2 environment

2810617 Can’t install Exchange Server 2010 SP3 when you define a Windows PowerShell script execution policy in Group Policy

2787500 Declined meeting request is added back to your calendar after a delegate opens the request by using Outlook 2010

2797529 Email message delivery is delayed on a Blackberry mobile device after you install Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 SP2

2800080 ErrorServerBusy response code when you synchronize an EWS-based application to a mailbox in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

 

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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Exchange Online: Aumento do Limite de Envio de Mensagens para 10.000/Dia

 

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Olá pessoal,

Após vários feedbacks de clientes e usuários do Exchange Online, a Microsoft decidiu aumentar o limite do envio de e-mails de 1.500 destinatários diferentes para 10.000 destinatários diferentes nos Planos E1, E2, E3, E4, K1 e K2 e nos planos Governamentais G1, G2, G3, e G4.

O limite de 1.500 anteriormente era devido a segurança das mensagens e a requisitos de SPAM, para que não utilizassem o Office 365 como uma ferramenta de envio de E-mail Marketing/SPAM.

Lembrando que o máximo de destinatários em uma mesma mensagem permanece o limite de 500 destinatários em uma mesma mensagem.

 

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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News: Update Rollup 5 v2 for Exchange 2010 SP2, Exchange 2010 SP1 RU8 and Exchange 2007 SP3 RU9

 

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Olá pessoal,

Dilvugando o lançamento dos Novos Updates Rollups conforme já informado no Microsoft Technet:

Today the Exchange CXP team released the following update rollups to the Download Center. All three releases cover Security Bulletin MS12-080. Because this is a security release, the updates will also be available on Microsoft Update.

Update Rollup 5-v2 for Exchange Server 2010 SP2

This update contains a number of customer reported and internally found issues. For a list of updates included in this rollup, see KB 2785908 Description of Update Rollup 5 version 2 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2. We would like to specifically call out the following fixes which are included in this release:

Note: Some of the following KB articles may not be available at the time of publishing this post.

  • 2748766 Retention policy information does not show “expiration suspended” in Outlook Web App when the mailbox is set to retention hold in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2712595 Microsoft Exchange RPC Client Access service crashes when you run the New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2750847 An Exchange Server 2010 user unexpectedly uses a public folder server that is located far away or on a slow network

 

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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Exchange Server 2013: Versão RTM finalizada!

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Today we reached an important milestone in the development of the new Exchange.

Moments ago, the Exchange engineering team signed off on the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build. This milestone means the coding and testing phase of the project is complete and we are now focused on releasing the new Exchange via multiple distribution channels to our business customers. General availability is planned for the first quarter of 2013.

We have a number of programs that provide business customers with early access so they can begin testing, piloting and adopting Exchange within their organizations:

We will begin rolling out new capabilities to Office 365 Enterprise customers in our next service updates, starting in November through general availability.
Volume Licensing customers with Software Assurance will be able to download Exchange Server 2013 through the Volume Licensing Service Center by mid-November. These products will be available on the Volume Licensing price list on December 1.
Since announcing the Preview of the new Exchange back in July, the EHLO team has been actively blogging about the features and capabilities of the new Exchange. We’re excited to start getting the finished product into the hands of our customers!

 

Agora é aguardar anciosamente o lançamento para parceiros que deve acontecer no início de Dezembro e já começar a usar todas as funções do Exchange Server 2013 que está MUITO BOM!

 

Att,

Diogo Heringer

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News: Updates Rollup Re-Released

 

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Olá pessoal,

No dia 09/10/2012 a Microsoft relançou os Updates Rollups. Estes updates foram relançados para corrigir um problema de expiração da assinatura digital dos KBS, como mostra o artigo Security Advisory 2749655 and timestamping.

O Exchange Server 2010 Update Rollup 4 (Re-Released) inclui também o seguinte HotFix adicional:

2756987 Only one result is returned after you click “view all results” in Outlook 2010 or in Outlook 2013 in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

Não é necessário fazer a remoção dos Updates Rollups instalados anteriormente para a instalação dos Updates Rollups Re-Released.

 

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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News: Exchange Server 2010 SP3

 

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Olá pessoal,

Divulgando a informação muito interessante postada no site do Baboo, o Exchange Server 2010 SP3 será lançado no início de 2013 conforme artigo abaixo:

 

A Microsoft anunciou nesta semana no blog oficial da equipe do Exchange que o Service Pack 3 (SP3) será lançado no primeiro semestre de 2013.

A atualização trará diversos novos recursos e funcionalidades, incluindo:

– Coexistência com o Exchange 2013: Clientes que quiserem introduzir o Exchange Server 2013 em sua infraestrutura atual baseada no Exchange Server 2010 precisarão das mudanças necessárias para coexistência trazida pelo SP3.

– Suporte para o Windows Server 2012: Com o SP3, você poderá instalar e implementar o Exchange Server 2010 em máquinas rodando o Windows Server 2012.

– Correções pedidas por clientes: Todas as correções contidas nos Update Rollups lançados antes do SP3 também estarão presentes na nova atualização.

Para poder suportar os novos recursos e funcionalidades introduzidos com o SP3, a Microsoft confirmou que será preciso que os clientes atualizem seus esquemas do Active Directory.

Mais informações sobre o SP3 devem ser divulgadas em breve.

 

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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#Office365Day BH

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Alô galera de BH,

É com imensa satisfação que anunciamos o #Office365DayBH, o evento, que foi um sucesso em sua primeira edição, marcando o lançamento do Learning365, está de volta em uma das maiores e mais importantes cidades do país, nossa querida Belo Horizonte.

Estamos preparando um material rico em informações, e dessa vamos com algumas novidades sobre as novas versões, além de explorar a competitividade com outras soluções online. 

Um evento imperdível para quem quer explorar a fundo o Office 365 e suas oportunidades de negócios.

O evento vai ser conduzido pela equipe do Learning 365, veja o perfil de cada palestrante:
http://www.learning365.com.br/Site/sitepages/Sobre.aspx

Agenda:

08:30 às 09:00 –  Welcome Coffe
09:00 às 09:20 –  Abertura do evento
09:20 às 10:10 – Overview do Office 365 e modelo de negócios
10:10 às 10:40 – Explorando o Office Professional Plus e o Office Web Apps
10:40 às 11:30 – Google Apps  x Office 365 | Compare e escolha!
11:30 às 12:10 – Visão geral do Lync Online
12:10 às 13:30 – Almoço
13:30 às 15:30 – Implementando o Office 365 em Cenários Híbridos / SSO
15:30 ás 16:20 – Visão geral do SharePoint Online
16:20 às 16:40 – Casos de sucesso do SharePoint Online
16:40 às 17:10 – Dicas de certificações para Office 365
17:10 ás 17:30 – Sorteio de brindes e encerramento

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 06/10/2012
08h30 ás 17h30

Contamos com a presença de todos!

Office365               Learning365

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Released: Update Rollup 4 for Exchange 2010 SP2

 

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A Microsoft lançou o Update Rollup 4 para Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2). Esta atualização é datada de 13 de Agosto de 2012. Este artigo descreve as seguintes informações sobre o pacote cumulativo de atualizações:

  • Os problemas que o pacote cumulativo de atualizações resolve
  • Como obter o pacote cumulativo de atualizações
  • Os pré-requisitos para instalar o pacote cumulativo de atualizações
 

O pacote cumulativo de atualizações 4 para o Exchange Server 2010 SP2 resolve os problemas descritos nos seguintes artigos da Base de dados de Conhecimento da Microsoft (KB):

  • 2536846

    Email messages sent to a mail-enabled public folder may be queued in a delivery queue on the Hub Transport server in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2632409 

    Sent item is copied to the Sent Items folder of the wrong mailbox in an Exchange Server 2010 environment when a user is granted the Send As permission

  • 2637915 

    “550 5.7.1” NDR when an email message is sent between tenant organizations in a multi-tenant Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2677727 

    MRM cannot process retention policies on a cloud-based archive mailbox if the primary mailbox is in an on-premises Exchange Server 2010 organization

  • 2685001

    Retention policies do not work for the Calendar and Tasks folders in an Exchange Server 2010 SP1 environment

  • 2686540

    Journal report is not delivered to a journaling mailbox in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2689025

    Performance issues when you use the light version of Outlook Web App in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2698571

    Some email messages are not delivered when you set the MessageRateLimit parameter in a throttling policy in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2698899

    Add-ADPermission cmdlet together with a DomainController parameter fails in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2700172 

    Recipient’s email address is resolved incorrectly to a contact’s email address in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2701162 

    User A that is granted the Full Access permission to User B’s mailbox cannot see detailed free/busy information for User B in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2701624 

    ItemSubject field is empty when you run the Search-MailboxAuditLog cmdlet together with the ShowDetails parameter in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2702963 

    The “Open Message In Conflict” button is not available in the conflict notification message in Exchange Server 2010

  • 2707242 

    The Exchange Information Store service stops responding on an Exchange Server 2010 server

  • 2709014 

    EdgeTransport.exe process crashes intermittently on an Exchange Server 2010 server

  • 2709935

    EdgeTransport.exe process repeatedly crashes on an Exchange Server 2010 server

  • 2713339

    Multi-Mailbox Search feature returns incorrect results when you perform a complex discovery search in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2713371

    Throttling policy throttles all EWS applications in Exchange Server 2010

  • 2719894

    The Microsoft Exchange RPC Client Access service consumes 100 percent of CPU resources and stops responding on an Exchange Server 2010 Client Access server

  • 2723383 

    Incorrect time zone in a notification when the Resource Booking Attendant declines a meeting request from a user in a different time zone in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2724188 

    A subject that contains colons is truncated in a mixed Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2010 environment

  • 2726897 

    Event 14035 or Event 1006 is logged when Admin sessions are exhausted in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

 

O arquivo está disponível para download no seguinte site da Central de Download da Microsoft:

Download Update Rollup 4 – Exch2010 SP2

Até a próxima,

Diogo Heringer

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Office 365 Day–Acompanhe como foi o evento na Microsoft

 

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Neste sábado dia 09/06/2012 ocorreu o #Office365Day na sede da Microsoft Brasil. O evento seguiu a seguinte Macro Agenda:

  • Visão Geral e oportunidades com o Office 365
  • Learning 365, o projeto
  • Office Professional Plus e Office Web Apps
  • Lync Online
  • SSO – Single Sign-On
  • Migrando para o Exchange Online
  • SharePoint Online
  • Certificações do Office 365

Contamos com a participação de vários amigos importantes da comunidade técnica, patrocinadores e parceiros como SharePoint Branding e Service Wise. O evento foi transmitido ao vivo via Microsoft Lync para que todos pudessem acompanhar. As apresentações tiveram seu início com Fernando Andreazi e Felipe Moreno tendo como assuntos abordados Licenciamento, Visão Geral da Solução, Visão de Negócio, Cases de Sucesso, ROI, entre outros.

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Logo após foi o grande momento: lançamento oficial do site de capacitação profissional, o Learning 365 com Fernando Andreazi e Sara Barbosa explicando o a proposta do projeto, apresentando o time de especialistas e deixando o pessoal bem informado sobre o que vem por aí.

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Lançamento do Learning 365

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Eu prossegui com Sara Barbosa palestrando sobre Office Professional Plus + Office Web Apps e mostrando na prática as funcionalidades e recursos da integração da plataforma Office 365 com o Microsoft Lync.

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Office Pro Plus + Office Web Apps e Lync

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Após o almoço e espaço para networking da comunidade técnica partimos para uma super apresentação de SSO – Single Sign-On e Migração para Exchange Online com Fernando Andreazi e Diogo Heringer.

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SSO e Migração para Exchange Online

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Finalizando com chave de ouro, nossa MVP em Office 365 e especialista em SharePoint Sara Barbosa deu um show de demonstração com SharePoint Online emendando nossas dicas para certificação em Office 365.

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SharePoint Online e Certificação

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Em meio à essa enxurrada de conteúdo sobre o produto, demos brindes como camisetas personalizadas com estampas do Learning 365, latas de balas personalizadas com a nossa logomarca, adesivos, canetas e pastas da Keep IT, bonés Microsoft, Licença de Office 2010 Home and Student, 6 licenças de SQL Server , um lindo kit de churrasco e alguns vouchers para BETA TESTERS realizarem o curso INTEIRO de Office 365 com a Learning 365 se comprometendo, claro, a nos fornecer feedbacks a fim de que entreguemos sempre a melhor qualidade.

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Gostaria de agradecer à todos os participantes, quem nos ajudou a divulgar o evento, quem nos apoiou, nos deu força, nos incentivou. Mas quero agradecer especialmente à você que foi nos prestigiar e que além de terem uma participação extremamente ativa e dinâmica no evento com perguntas de diferentes cenários, acreditou no nosso trabalho eno nosso produto que é desenvolvido com muito esforço e carinho.

Grande abraço à todos e até os próximos eventos!

Learning 365 Team