More Exchange “12” Webcasts coming

Remember to book below Webcasts in your calendar. If one of the dates should already be booked, re-schedule your current appointment(s) as nothing is as important as Exchange “12” ;-)
TechNet Webcast: Exchange “12” Management Shell and Scripting (Level 300) Thursday, April 20, 2006 11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. Pacific Time

Description
This webcast focuses on the command-line and scripting interface (based on Microsoft Windows “Monad”) in the next version of Microsoft Exchange Server, code-named Exchange “12.” See how to convert your multiple-page Microsoft Visual Basic and component object model (COM) scripts to a single line in Exchange “12.” We cover the basics of the management shell along with the underlying design and key concepts. Learn tips and tricks for building larger scripts that you can use to automate small, medium, and enterprise business scenarios. The session includes demonstrations of several single-line scripts that you can use immediately, with little or no tweaking.

Presenter: Vivek Sharma, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation

TechNet Webcast: The Improved Exchange System Manager for Exchange “12” (Level 300) Tuesday, April 25, 2006 11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. Pacific Time

Description
This webcast provides a sneak peak into the new Exchange System Manager (ESM) for the next version of Microsoft Exchange Server, code-named Exchange “12.” This latest version of the product includes a completely redesigned ESM for improved discoverability and usability. The new, intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) for managing Exchange gives e-mail administrators a better management experience. This GUI is built on top of the Microsoft Windows “Monad” shell, making the graphical and command-line interfaces completely complementary.

Presenter: Brad Clark, Program Manager Lead, Microsoft Corporation

TechNet Webcast: Recipient Management and Permissions in Exchange “12” (Level 300) Tuesday, May 2, 2006 11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. Pacific Time

Description
Learn how to create and manage most types of recipients using the management console and management shell in the next version of Microsoft Exchange Server, code-named Exchange “12,” without Recipient Update Service (RUS) running in the background. See how a lower-level administrator can easily become a Recipient Manager without changing the access control list (ACL). This webcast also provides an overview of the Exchange “12” permissions model along with a primer on provisioning address lists.

Presenter: Brad Clark, Program Manager Lead, Microsoft Corporation

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