Exchange, SharePoint, and Outlook 2007 articles


I’ve talked to a few technical friends of mine in the last few weeks about Exchange 2007 and SharePoint 2007. Most of them haven’t had the time to spend with either of these products since they were release, which was is Dec 2007. It came up in the conversation that I had a few articles I have written on these topics. So I thought I would post the links to them on my blog.

There are all posted on http://www.outlookexchange.com:

What’s New and Cool in Exchange 2007
Interested in what’s new, cool, and changed in Exchange 2007?  If so check out this article and the various links provided in it. 

Integrating SharePoint and Outlook 2007
This article covers how to integrate SharePoint lists with Outlook items. It goes over how to get Calendars, Tasks, Contacts, and Document Libraries in SharePoint to show up in Outlook 2007.

Testing Exchange 2007 – Part 1
In this series of articles I will cover the key areas that really need to be looked at for tested, before planning for, and definitely before starting your migration to Exchange 2007.  The first part covers how the changes in Exchange 2007 can affect applications and why it is so different from Exchange 2003.

Testing Exchange 2007 – Part 2
In the second part of this article series I cover DR, clustering, scalability, server roles, and calendaring.

Creating a two node CCR cluster with Exchange 2007
In this article I will cover setting up and configuring Exchange 2007 in a two node Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) cluster.  CCR clustering is new to Exchange 2007 and provides the ability to cluster without the requirement of an expense shared storage system.

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