Exchange/Messaging


Star Power: Redmond Readers' Choice Awards 2007

You voted for our annual Best of the Best and the results are in: Find out which products you've chosen as the cream of the crop.

Channel News: GFI Software Updates Channel Training

Messaging provider partners with trainer to get partners up to speed on new messaging solutions.

Exchange 2007: So Far, So Good

The new Exchange offers welcome changes on the admin side, but not as many on the client side.

It Comes Down to Faith and Trust

Snooping on your employees' e-mails -- that can't be good for morale.

A Ninja at the Gate

Messaging Ninja keeps a watchful eye on the e-mail moving in and out of your Exchange network.

Microsoft Steps Closer to DSI Vision

New Systems Center Operations Manager will manage enterprise-level services.

Open-Xchange Goes After Exchange

Deal with 1&1 offers Web hosters low-cost open source alternative.

DNS Security Basics: Part II

Joern shows you two more ways you can keep your DNS safe.

Yahoo Promises Unlimited E-Mail Storage

Yahoo Inc.'s free e-mail service will provide unlimited storage space to its nearly 250 million users worldwide

Exchange Exams Get Their Turn in Beta Spotlight

Exams for candidates who want to highlight their skills with Microsoft's messaging platform head onto the beta test onramp.

Discounts on Vista, Office Exams

Microsoft expands Partner Skills Plus program to include MCP exams covering Vista, Exchange 2007 and the Office technology suite.

Last Preparations Being Made for DST Bug

Normally the switch to daylight-saving time isn't a big deal, but this Sunday, Jeff Ronner has to put people on the case.

Daylight Saving Patch for Dynamics CRM

Literally just in time, Microsoft is shipping a patch for its Dynamics CRM 3.0 package that adjusts for the Daylight Saving Time (DST) changeover coming this weekend.

Sweden Plan Would Monitor Communications

Sweden's government presented plan to allow defense intelligence agency to monitor e-mail traffic and phone calls crossing the nation's borders.

Warning: Don't Spam This Scot

Most people just grumble and hit delete, but when Gordon Dick received a spam message advertising Internet services, he fought back.

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