Stephanie Foerst, Training & Web Coordinator
At the beginning of this year, Microsoft released Exchange 2007. Whether you’re interested in learning what has changed between Exchange 2003 and 2007 or you’ve recently had Exchange 2007 installed on your network and need to learn the “ins” and “outs” of the software, Safe Systems has the right training for you!
In August, Jamie Davis will be presenting the Exchange 2007 webcast. This webcast, approximately an hour long, will highlight some of the key changes in Exchange 2007 and explain how it can impact your institution.
In September, Charles Copland will be teaching our first Exchange 2007 class. This highly informative, two-day class will teach you how to use new Outlook Web Access features, what the Exchange 2007 PowerShell is and when you’ll use it, and how to use tools new to Exchange 2007 (e.g., local continuous replication, built-in customizable disclaimer feature, and advanced security features).
In addition to teaching you how to use the new features, Copland will teach you how to use updated features including: backing up and restoring exchange, managing users, recovering accidentally deleted emails, groups and external contacts, and mailbox recovery.
If you’ve recently or will soon implement Exchange 2007, I highly recommend that you attend the two-day class to learn how to get the most out of Exchange 2007!