J. Peter Bruzzese

J. Peter

J. Peter Bruzzese is a triple-MCSE, MCT, MCITP, and Exchange Server MVP. He's the co-founder of ClipTraining; an Exchange and SharePoint instructor for TrainSignal; a well-known technical author for Que/Sams, SearchExchange.com, and others; a product reviewer for MSExchange.org; a technical speaker for TechMentor, Windows Connections, and, at times, Microsoft TechEd; and the Enterprise Windows columnist for InfoWorld. In his spare time . . . well, with all that . . . let’s be honest, J. P. B. has no spare time. Follow him on Twitter: @JPBruzzese.

Review: Enow Mailscape

I've worked with many reporting and monitoring tools over the course of my 15 years in this industry, and it's rare that I've had a positive experience. Overly complicated, set-it-but-never-forget-it solutions have kept me at a console for more hours than I can count. Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is no exception. I'm not complaining about the power of these solutions, but I do object to the need to have a PhD to install and work with them.

Using AD Recycle Bin For Mailbox Recovery
Learn how the Active Directory Recycle Bin and the time-proven tool of logic can make troubleshooting deleted user objects and recovering users in AD easier.
Custom Attributes in Exchange Server 2007 Dynamic Distribution Groups 1
Custom attributes let you go beyond Exchange Server 2007's precanned filters for dynamic distribution groups.
Exchange 2007 Distribution Groups
Exchange Server 2007's dynamic distribution groups let you use one email address to reach multiple recipients.
Five Ways to Manage Server Core
Use your command-line skills to take full advantage of Server Core.
Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Resurrects Public Folder Management 1
If you've noticed that Exchange 2007 gives short shrift to public folders, you aren't alone. But in SP1, Microsoft has addressed your concerns by providing a new Public Folder Management Console. Here's what it does.
Using MRM to Manage Mailboxes
Use managed folders to help users in your Exchange organization clean up and organize their mailboxes and retain messages that should be saved to comply with legal and security regulations.
Top Vista Tricks from the Vista Masters 2
Learn how to work around Windows Vista's User Account Control, create multiple GPOs, and use Task Manager smartly, with these 8 Vista tricks.
Simplify Your Exchange 2007 Transition
Transitioning to Exchange Server 2007 need not be daunting, if you do so in an orderly way. Set a comfortable coexistence period, use ExBPA to flag potential issues, and install server roles and move mailboxes in an optimum sequence.
How to Fix the Link-State Suppression Error
The Link-state suppression is not enabled error commonly occurs during an Exchange Server 2007 transition-ready environment analysis. Learn the registry setting that fixes the error and enables link-state suppression.
Configuring Exchange Server 2007 UM - 12 Mar 2008

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Configuring Exchange Server 2007 UM - 04 Mar 2008
Watch step by step as J. Peter Bruzzese shows you how to configure your Exchange Server 2007 environment for unified messaging (UM).
Getting Started with Exchange 2007 UM 1
UM with Exchange Server 2007 combines email, fax, and voicemail in your Exchange Inbox. Using Exchange Management Console, you can configure the settings to get your organization unified.
Outlook 2007 vs. Outlook 2003 1
Outlook 2007 includes many useful new features, although some of them work only with Exchange Server 2007.
Hyper-V Master Class

Hyper-V Master Class with John Savill
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John Savill provides 12 hours of detailed instruction covering all the key aspects of a Hyper-V based virtualization environment covering both capabilities in Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016. John will walk attendees through resource allocation and architecture, storage, networking (including Network Virtualization), clustering, migration technologies, replication, private cloud, session virtualization, migration from other technologies, integration with Microsoft Azure, and more. At the end of this class, attendees will be able to architect and manage an enterprise-level Hyper-V environment.


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