It’s already that time of year, when presenters start putting together PowerPoint slide decks. This year, the spring session of Windows/Exchange Connections is April 1-4 and we’ll be back in Orlando, FL (although not, sadly, at the Disney Swan and Dolphin hotels as we were last year). I’m used to Paul being there, but this year we’ll have two other 3Sharp presenters infiltrating the Windows Connections side of things: David Gerhardt and Doug VanBenthuysen.
I’ll be speaking on the following topics:
- DCAR with Exchange — Discovery, Compliance, Archival, and Retention: they’re challenges every Exchange administrator faces. Whether you’re using Exchange 2000, 2003, or 2007, join me to find out how to solve these challenges using Exchange.
- 10 Tips to Make Your Exchange Server a Good Net Neighbor — Many Internet mail administrators consider Exchange to be a poorly behaved SMTP MTA. All too often, these perceptions are rooted in configuration errors surrounding Exchange, rather than in any flaw in the product. Learn these common (and in many cases) simple configuration changes you can make that will keep your external mail running smoothly.
- Iron Chef: Using Powershell with Exchange 2003 — While the new Exchange Management Shell is only designed to manage Exchange 2007 servers, the underlying Powershell technology can make managing and scripting your Exchange 2000 and 2003 servers a lot easier. Join one of the authors of the Exchange Server Cookbook and learn how to take advantage of Powershell to make scripting Exchange easier than ever.
Drop me a note if you’re planning on being there — I’d love to meet you! And as always, if you’ve got some practical experience that relates to one or more of the above topics and you think I’d benefit from hearing about, let me know.