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TechNet Webcast: Topologies and Routing for Exchange Server 2007 (Level 300)

July 09, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

Historically, Microsoft Exchange Server routing was designed to enable mail delivery over early point-to-point networks using discrete next-hop solutions and had evolved little to take advantage of the advancements in network technologies. Join this webcast to learn how mail routing works in the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment using IP networks and Active Directory site topologies. Discover how Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 200x mailflow interoperability works. Hear about recommended topology and deployment best practices. We also explain how administrators can maintain their network by adjusting spam and virus settings and implementing the appropriate security policies and we examine how users can use simple and familiar interfaces to recover junk e-mail and apply message classifications.

Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, July 09, 2008

TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging: Configuring the Auto Attendant (Level 300)

April 14, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

“In this session, we highlight the auto attendant and usage in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging environment. Learn how to set up an auto attendant and discover more about some of its features. We look specifically at the following topics:

How you can apply an auto attendant in your environment
Dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) versus speech enabling of an auto attendant
Managing custom greetings for an auto attendant
Key mappings and the usage in the auto attendant
Using dialing restrictions (from dial plan) as it relates to the auto attendant
Use of an operator for your auto attendants”

Original Broadcast Date: Monday, April 14, 2008, 9:30 AM Pacific

TechNet Webcast: Creating and Managing Dial Plans, Gateways, and Mailbox Policies for Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging (Level 300)

April 09, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

In this presentation, we describe the purpose of dial plans, IP gateways, and Mailbox Policy objects in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging. We also demonstrate the configuration of each object and describe how they relate to each other. We discuss dialing rules and dialing restrictions for outbound calls made in Unified Messaging.

Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, April 09, 2008, 1:00 PM Pacific

TechNet Webcast: Resource Kit Tools to the Rescue in Communications Server 2007 Deployment (Level 200)

April 03, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

Are you deploying Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 and wondering what tools exist to assist you in the deployment process? In this session, we look at Communications Server 2007 Resource Kit tools and how they provide a set of deployment and technical reference information for Communications Server 2007. There is a suite of tools available from the Resource Kit that can be used to compliment Communications Server documentation, or as standalone tools as well. We discuss a few tools in depth, and provide scenarios and demonstrations of when and how to use these tools.

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 03, 2008, 1:00 PM Pacific

TechNet Webcast: Identifying Audio Quality Issues Pre-Deployment with the Communications Server 2007 Deployment Validation Tool (Level 300)

March 28, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

A common problem in voice over IP (VoIP) deployments is that administrators find out about problems with audio quality only after a user reports a problem. The Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Deployment Validation Tool simulates audio traffic so that you can detect and diagnose audio problems on a regular basis. The Deployment Validation solution consists of an answering agent and a deployment validation tool. In this webcast, we look at how to install and set up this tool.

Original Broadcast Date: Friday, March 28, 2008, 1:00 PM Pacific

TechNet Webcast: Capacity Planning for Office Communications Server 2007 (Level 300)

March 14, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

Capacity planning for any product deployment is integral to the success of the rollout in an enterprise, as many problems are caused by inadequate capacity planning. The goal of this session is to provide the person(s) involved in deploying Microsoft Office Communications Server an in-depth look at sizing the planned environment that is to be architected. We talk about the multiple topologies for internal and external scenarios and using instant messaging (IM), Web conferencing, and audio\video conferencing.

Original Broadcast Date: Friday, March 14, 2008, 8:00 AM Pacific

TechNet Webcast: Administration and Management of the Live Meeting Service (Level 200)

January 24, 2008 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

In this session, we walk through administering and managing the Microsoft Office Live Meeting Service. We cover creating and managing user accounts; storage management; managing a Live Meeting Conference Center, including setting roles, policies, and preferences; and generating administrative reports.

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, January 24, 2008, 11:30 AM Pacific

MSDN Webcast: Unified Communications for Developers: Building Communications into Your Applications (Level 200)

November 29, 2007 By: Microsoft TechNet Team Category: Webcast

Microsoft Unified Communications (UC) is turning the traditionally hardware-oriented communications world into software. Building the Unified Communications platform, with rich APIs and solid tool support, is a cornerstone of that strategy. In this session, we give an overview of what scenarios the UC platform enables and the APIs and software development kits (SDKs) that Microsoft Unified Communications offers. We demonstrate how to integrate presence, voice over IP (VoIP), video, and messaging into your applications, and also how to build powerful communications applications like IM-based query/response bots, outbound notifications, and speech technology-enabled telephony applications. Communications now can be a first class feature in Windows and Web applications; this is the introductory presentation of how you can leverage that capability as a developer.

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, November 29, 2007, 11:00 AM Pacific