Posts Tagged ‘Exchange’

Virtualize Enterprise Applications (Exchange, SQL, Sharepoint,..)

Using IIS ARR as a Reverse Proxy for Lync Server 2013


You should now have a single server in your perimeter network, using a single IP address and a single certificate to reverse proxy all Lync workloads, with the option to add Exchange and SharePoint workloads. This makes Application Request Routing a fully featured TMG 2010 replacement for smaller deployments. For highly available deployments, I anticipate that hardware/appliance load balancers will fill the gap and provide similar features in the near future (if not already available).

Exchange ActiveSync Comparison Chart

What’s new with Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer?

Exchange Server and Update Rollups Build Numbers (en-US)

Exchange 2013 to RTM in mid-November 2012?

Microsoft Exchange Conference – registration is now live – MEC 2012

This is the Exchange event you will not want to miss! This will be your best opportunity to go deep on the next major release of Exchange. Going into beta later this summer, Exchange 15 will bring a ton of new capability and value to the table and we’re pumped up to spend the week giving you the end-to-end story of this next release in the family.

At MEC 2012, you will:

  • Get exclusive Exchange 15 content directly from the engineering team
  • Get hands-on experience with Exchange 15
  • Enjoy unparalleled access to Exchange team members, Masters and MVPs
  • Preview amazing new products from select vendors
  • Build personal relationships throughout the Exchange community