Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1’

Planning Migration to Exchange 2010 SP2?

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Since release of exchange 2010 SP2 many providers and tech geeks started upgrades and migrations from 3rd party solutions earlier Exchange versions to SP2. Different guides and community discussion are present to help you migrate to Exchange2010 SP2. Following are two scenarios for migration to SP:

  • – From HMC + Control Panel → Exchange 2010 SP2 + Control Panel
  • – From Exchange 2007/2010/ 2010 SP1 + Control Panel → Exchange 2010 SP2 + Control Panel

If you are having Hosted Messaging and Collaboration (HMC) deployment with or without control panel for management than it is right time to migrate to Exchange 2010 SP2. You can use your 3rd party control panel for exchange management or choose MachPanel that supports Exchange 2010 SP2 to stay ahead in the competition and offering hosted Exchange 2010 SP2 to your customers. However, for migration from HMC to Exchange 2010 SP2 you may consult with our Microsoft certified experts equipped with necessary tools and technology for upgrade and migration. Alternatively, you can do it yourself by following Microsoft’s HMC migration guidelines but you may come across the following concerns to address before you could migrate:

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Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 Support with MachPanel

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

MachSol Inc., a Microsoft Gold Partner is first ever to announce support for Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 in coming release of MachPanel. So, If you have not deployed Exchange 2010 yet, than we suggest you to make a wise decision by avoiding /hosting mode and configuring Exchange 2010 SP2 on-premises deployment. MachPanel is the industry leading control panel for Shared and Enterprise Hosting that fully supports Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, CRM 2011 and OCS/Lync etc.

Beat your Competitors! Start Offering Exchange 2010 SP2 with MachPanel

Everyone in the hosting industry selling Hosted Exchange was waiting for Exchange 2010 to be naturally multi-tenant and Microsoft did that with /hosting mode. But it failed to make the headlines because of lack of functionality that was essentially desired by the hosters to run business. So, Microsoft had to make a decision to address all those limitations and thus they took a U-turn at /hosting mode. Exchange Server 2010 SP2
Recently, Microsoft released Exchange 2010 SP2 that comes up additional features purely focusing on-premise mode. So, it is perfect time to upgrade your Exchange environment to latest release of Exchange 2010 SP2 in order to stay up to date and continue to sell latest technology solution and services to your customers.

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Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 – A Dead End of /Hosting Mode

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 was rolled out with a lot of enhancement and later in Exchange Server 2010 SP1 further improvements centered at /hosting mode which encouraged hosters to sell hosted exchange other than on-premise deployment and /hosting mode deployment was adopted by numerous firms and those who sell hosted exchange. Although, /hosting mode resolved different challenges for hosters but at the same time it had limitation as compared to on-premise mode and unluckily these limitation hindered doing business because fundamental requirements were unmet in /hosting mode. So, Microsoft realized the lack of feature set shipped with /hosting mode and decided to move ahead with release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2 which is expected to be released later this year.

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BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express – Enabling Wireless Email Accessibility

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Importance of the email is quite evident and it’s being the most essential communication medium corporate sector is heavily dependent upon secure and robust solutions to ensure persistent communication. BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express is one of such reliable and sophisticated corporate email solution that works along Microsoft Exchange Server and IBM Lotus. Following are some of the salient features of BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express:

  • Wireless Synchronization
  • Contacts and Calendar Integration
  • File Access
  • Internet Remote Access
  • High Security
BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express provides numerous features and the most prominent is that it synchronizes Microsoft Exchange Server seamlessly with BlackBerry smartphones and allows you to experience the sense of premium email with a lot comfort and flexibility. However, in order to enable wireless email access within your organization, you would need to approach email hosting solution provider or some sophisticated vendor that provides BlackBerry enterprise server express control panel

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How Important is your Email?

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011
The question in subject is quite critical in nature if you are an individual engaged in your business and heavily relying upon your email, if you are a corporate executive than you would definitely be keen to have all of your company’s email encapsulated with tight security measures. But, how would you do that? Would you go for freely available mailing solutions? Or would you choose secure and robust email solution? Would you be interested to host your emails with someone/some company or be interested to host your emails within your company’s assets?

Numerous questions can be envisioned and it all depends upon your choice and if you know how risky would it be if your emails are leaked or hosted somewhere where security theft may breach your organizational privacy, you might face a terrific situation. At the same time, you may come across different solutions too! You can choose freely available services of any email hosting provider or you may approach some professional company offering hosted solutions – might be a reseller. Or the best what you can do is to host your emails within your organization and enforce as much security measures as you can; since you would have complete command and control. All what you would need is to have Microsoft Exchange server deployed within your organization or you can rent it out from a vendor and have an Exchange control panel on top of it to manage your emails. To accomplish this, you may require some professional services or guidance which could help you save time and retain your security and privacy concerns intact.

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