A new feature within Exchange 2007 is message classification. With this you can assign a classification to an e-mail and for example create a transport rule which blocks e-mails of certain classifications.
Today I passed the 70-238 exam, which results in that I am now MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator 😉 Examination went wel l must say, however, it was more difficult compared to the other two examinations of Exchange 2007. But it’s in the pocket now. In the meantime I am busy with some beta tests of a new product of Trend Micro for scanning IM traffic of OCS. The OCS testing has stalled this because I do not had much time but I think this will change.
When you use the UM functionality from Exchange 2007 only the English language pack will be installed by default.
Microsoft has released the final version of Hyper V. There were a lot of rumors today on different web sites. But now Microsoft announces it on their site, it was not easy to find but have a look at the following site, Hyper V is launched. With Hyper V Microsoft goes in competition with Vmware and Xenserve. We now have to wait for the results of the RTM version, but we will know that rapidly enough.
Such as most products have, the setup from Exchange 2007 can be made unattented. This can partitially be done by specifying parameters after the setup command.
In the previous versions of Exchange you need to do some tricks to create a resource mailbox. In Exchange 2007 it’s a default option to create one, via the both the GUI and the shell.