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									                                                                        Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 – Golf Cart
                                                                                              Outlook & Exchange
                                                                                                      Adam Glick




Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 & Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
Introduction:
Overview:

Microsoft® Office Outlook® has always been the best way to experience Microsoft Exchange Server.
With the 2010 releases of both Outlook and Exchange Server, this “better together” experience is better
than ever. Microsoft Outlook 2010 makes life easier for users, helping them manage increasing numbers
of messages effortlessly, and more manageable for IT, by keeping all data in Microsoft Exchange Server
2010. New features help users communicate securely, work more productively, and enjoy improved
system performance. From putting messages in context with Conversation View to seeing relevant
information about someone in the Outlook Social Connector, new paradigms of communication and
collaboration are enabling users to communicate more easily, effectively, and often.

Benefits:

Outlook 2010 provides the best communications experience yet for information workers. Users can
receive, send, organize, and search their email, voicemail, Short Message Service (SMS) text messages,
RSS feeds, online archives, missed instant messages (IMs), and more, all in one universal inbox. Tools
such as Conversation View, Quick Steps, speech-to-text voicemail preview, and MailTips help users save
time. Users can even connect to social networks on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Microsoft SharePoint® sites
to collaborate with their colleagues, all from within Outlook 2010.

In addition to enhanced user productivity, Outlook 2010 provides a secure platform for messaging. Built-
in anti-malware and anti-spam tools work with those in Exchange Server, enabling users to focus on
important messages while ignoring junk mail. Delivery reports tell users if a sent message has been
delivered. Information Rights Management (IRM) protection can enable users and organizations to
protect their messages and attachments and control their distribution even after users have sent them.
IRM protection has also been extended to voicemail.

Outlook 2010 also brings substantial performance improvements including support for larger mailboxes
that make the most of large mailbox technology in Exchange 2010. Offline access allows users to use
Outlook even when they are not connected to a network. Users can also access multiple Exchange
accounts from a single mailbox.



Functional Descriptions:
Conversation View: By grouping messages from a single conversation together, the new Conversation
View enables users to quickly identify the most recent messages and related responses. Conversation
                                                                           Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 – Golf Cart
                                                                                                 Outlook & Exchange
                                                                                                         Adam Glick




View is always preserved, even if individual email messages are located in different folders in the
mailbox. By treating an entire group of messages as a single conversation, they can be managed,
ignored, moved, and deleted as a whole. New messages that are part of a conversation the user has
chosen to mark as “ignore” are set straight to the deleted items folder.

MailTips: Sometimes an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. MailTips warns users before they
send a message outside the organization, to a large distribution list, to someone who is out of the office,
with attachments that are too big to deliver, and so on—preventing embarrassment, saving time, and
reducing the possibility of compromising sensitive information. With MailTips, users can be more
efficient and more professional in email communications.

Online Archive: Outlook 2010 gives users easy, direct, real-time access to their online archive in
Exchange 2010. Relying on .pst files to archive messages can increase the risk of data being lost or falling
into the wrong hands and can increase backup costs. With Outlook 2010 and Exchange, users can now
archive their information in Exchange Server instead of using .pst files—improving access to messages
and supporting regulatory compliance.

Voicemail Preview: Outlook 2010 gives users even better ways to manage their voicemail in
Exchange2010. New voicemail messages show a speech-to-text preview of the message that lets the
user read the voicemail without calling in to listen to the whole message. Outlook 2010 highlights names
with presence information and phone numbers. A user can click on a word in the preview to skip directly
to that part of the message; no more playing the full message and then replaying parts that were
difficult to hear. Now users won’t be forced to leave meetings or call in to their phone system just to get
a message.

Calendar Sharing: Outlook now allows users to share calendars with people inside and outside the
organization. They can view multiple calendars side by side in Outlook 2010, view a whole team’s
calendars, and use the Scheduling Assistant to schedule meetings with people inside and outside the
organization.

Meeting Room Picker: With Outlook 2010 and Exchange 2010, it’s easier than ever to find a place to
meet. Frequently used meeting locations automatically show up. Users can easily choose a location that
is available at the time they need it.

SMS Sync: Exchange ActiveSync® (EAS) now provides the ability to send and receive SMS text messages
from Outlook 2010 and Outlook Web App. Incoming messages, sent via EAS to the user’s mobile device,
will be seen in the usual SMS message location on the phone as well as the email inbox in the Outlook
Web App.

								
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