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Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuration

Yes! Today I successfully wrote the 70-662 Exchange exam. I´m very satisfied with scoring 930.  I´ll recharge my batteries and study towards 70-663 (Designing Exchange 2010). Happy day 🙂

Microsoft Exchange 2010

Skills Measured :

  • Installing and Configuring Exchange Servers (15 percent)
  • Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders (14 percent)
  • Configuring Client Access (15 percent)
  • Configuring Message Transport (15 percent)
  • Monitoring and Reporting (13 percent)
  • Implementing High Availability and Recovery (15 percent)
  • Configuring Message Compliance and Security (13 percent)

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-662

Office Communications Server 2010: Beta is coming closer

The much anticipated release of Office Communication Server is coming closer!

As soon as it´s on my hard drive I´ll install it in UClarity´s live demo environment 🙂
You can expect a blog post on how to integrate Office Communication Server 2010, Exchange Server 2010, SharePoint Server 2010. Until then, read more about the upcoming beta release at TMCnet.com:

“The highly anticipated Microsoft (NewsAlert) Office Communications Server 2010 is set to release for the last calendar quarter of 2010, but the company had promised a beta version for testers by the end of March. As captured in this ZDnet blog, that projected date may be optimistic.

Microsoft officials are now saying the beta version of its Unified Communications (NewsAlert) ‘Wave 14’ suite may be ready by early April and now those wanting to get their hands on the release are left wondering exactly when to expect a demo”

http://bit.ly/dBQRxu

Office Communicator 2007 R2 integration with Office 2010

“Instant messaging at work will be a snap for you with Microsoft Office 2010, and so will all the related functions of your Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2 application. That’s because Office Communicator 2007 R2 is tightly integrated into Outlook 2010, and works seamlessly with the familiar Office applications that users employ daily”
More information here