Nathan Winters


Nathan Winters is an Exchange technical specialist at Microsoft and leader of the UK Exchange Customer Council. He's lead author of <em>Mastering Lync Server 2010</em> (Sybex).Nathan Winters is an Exchange technical specialist at Microsoft and leader of the UK Exchange Customer Council. He's lead author of Mastering Lync Server 2010 (Sybex).

Review: TransVault Insight
TransVault Insight is a fully featured PST management and migration tool that has been designed for scalability.
Business Benefits of Unified Communications
Implementing a Unified Communications (UC) solution is a major undertaking, involving several teams, technical components, and project phases. Learn how to overcome common objections to UC and how to move forward with a solution that will benefit your organization.
Product Review: HP E5000 Messaging System for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
The HP E5000 series of appliances is worth evaluating if you're planning a small or mid-sized Exchange Server deployment or you need a simple yet efficient branch-office solution.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010
Microsoft’s latest real-time communication platform adds critical functionality to ensure excellent service across a wide range of communication modalities.
Review: Exclaimer Auto Responder

Automated email replies are the heart of Exclaimer Auto Responder, but it also does a lot more. It can redirect messages, modify senders, add recipients to mail, and implement ethical walls between groups. Exchange has some of these features, especially Exchange 2010, but Auto Responder provides them with granular control and easy manipulation of automatically generated messages.

Review: SpamTitan
SpamTitan is a software message filter that protects against spam and viruses with multiple technologies and granular policy controls in a simple UI for admins and end users.
Review: Sendio ESP 360
Sendio’s E-mail Security Platform (ESP) sits on your network in front of your mail servers, protecting them from both spam and malware.
Review: Sherpa Software’s Mail Attender 1
This email management software gives you control over mail anywhere on your network.
Exchange 2007 Shortcomings 4
Try these workarounds for some of Exchange 2007’s frustrating aspects, such as loss of GUI functions and certificate complexities.
Running a Mixed Environment of Exchange 2003 SP1 and Exchange 2003 SP2 Servers
Learn about problems you might encounter with running a mixed environment of Exchange 2003 SP1 and Exchange 2003 SP2 servers.
Backing Up and Restoring Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Part 2 1
Find out how to create and use a Recovery Storage Group to restore data older than the retention period, and how to get users up and running quickly after a server failure by using a dial-tone database.
Configuring Deleted Items Retention Periods in Exchange Server 2007
The deleted items retention period for mailboxes and mail items is automatically set in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, but here's how to change the default timeframes.
Backing Up and Restoring Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Part 1 1
NTBackup and simple Windows PowerShell commands can help bring your data back when the unthinkable happens
Exchange Server 2003 Upgrade Options: Enterprise, Cluster, or...?
Points to consider when deciding to upgrade a maxed-out Exchange Server 2003 Standard server.
Accessing Outlook 2003 Free/Busy Information After Migrating to Exchange 2007

Q. If I migrate from a single Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 server to a single Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 server, will my Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 clients still be able to use their free/busy information?

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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