E-mail archiving has changed in the newer versions of Outlook. Here's how you can stave off some confusion and avoid help-desk calls.
- By Derek Schauland
The new Windows mobile platform, code-named "Mango," brings back some of the synchronization features important for enterprise use.
Microsoft released Update Rollup 5 (RU5) for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 this week, but it deferred including a fix for an Outlook problem that stalled its earlier RU4 update.
Researchers at M86 Security said this week that the volume of spam containing malware spiked in August.
- By William Jackson
A jury on Friday awarded Alcatel-Lucent $70 million in a long-running dispute over Microsoft's use of patented Alcatel software technology.
Microsoft released a fix for a crash problem in Communicator for Mac 2011 running on Mac OS "Lion."
Microsoft provided an additional explanation on Wednesday about an Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 Update Rollup 4 (RU4) problem and why this rollup was recalled.
Here's step-by-step instructions on how to add custom polls in your Outlook messages.
More than 17,000 e-mail users have migrated to Google Apps for Government, a secure cloud-based e-mail and collaboration platform, according to GSA Administrator Martha Johnson.
- By Rutrell Yasin
Customers of Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Suite in the North American region experienced e-mail outages today that may have lasted three hours or so before service was restored.
Microsoft put out an alert on Wednesday about its "Update Rollup 4" for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1.
Organizations looking to move to Office 365 got some of the finer points discussed during a Thursday Directions on Microsoft talk.
The state governor's office announced this week that Wyoming is the first state to "go Google."
An outage affected Microsoft's cloud-based Exchange messaging service, which went down on Wednesday across North America.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Tapping unified communications (UC) services over a public cloud sounds like a good idea, but mid-to-large U.S. enterprises remain somewhat reluctant to go that route, according to an industry-commissioned study announced today.