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Microsoft Transporter: Migrating from Lotus Notes to Exchange Server 2007 and Sharepoint 2007

I've been hearding some questions about migration plans from Lotus to Exchange Server 2007. How can I do that? So.. We can join the Microsoft Transporter Beta in the Microsoft Connect site.
What is the Microsoft Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino?
At the core of the transition from Domino to the Microsoft Collaboration Platform 2007 product lines is the Microsoft Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino. This suite is an integrated set of tools and resources for planning, coexistence and migration, including;
· Application Planning: Application Reports
· Directory Coexistence: *NEW: Directory Connector for Lotus Domino
· Messaging Coexistence: Native SMTP and iCal
· Free/Busy Coexistence: *UPDATED: Free/Busy Connector for Lotus Domino
· Directory Migration: *NEW: Domino account migration to Active Directory
· Mailbox Migration: *NEW: Mailbox migration to Exchange 2007
· Application Migration: *NEW: Application migration to SharePoint 2007All this functionality is combined into a single management console making it easy to manage. In addition, everything is exposed through a set of PowerShell tasks and objects that will make it extremely easy to automate and script the migration process. This will be a huge benefit for anyone who must perform large migrations or repeat the migration many times. The Transporter Suite represents a major shift in migration technology that has opened up new scenarios (like directory migration, and ACL migrations) that were not possible earlier. All-in-all this is going to be a great release.
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TechNet Magazine is a great source of technical information. It covers most of Microsoft technologies, so every month there's an interesting article, no matter what Microsoft software you're interested in.There's no secret that I'm a big fan of Exchange Server and everything that's related with it. In the January 2007 edition I found 2 great articles that deserve a careful reading:Exchange Queue & A, KC Lemson and Paul Bowden – Hello, and welcome to the first installment of Exchange Queue and A! We're kicking off with a series of questions that, to be honest, we came up with ourselves, so it's probably unfair to position this as a genuine question-and-answer column because it's only Q&A insofar as the Qs and As happen in an echo chamber.Windows PowerShell Constructs, Don Jones – Last month, I showed you some ways in which Windows PowerShell could be put to immediate use solving administrative tasks-without actually writing any scripts. However, while Windows PowerShell is an excellent interactive shell, you can really take advantage of its capabilities and automate more complex tasks when you start to utilize its powerful-yet simple-scripting language. Technorati : exchange server, powershell, technet : exchange server, powershell, technet

Exchange 2007 webcasts for January

I read today on Eileen Brown the full list of exchange 2007 webcasts for january, they are here:
TechNet Webcast: Overview of Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)Friday, January 05, 2007 – 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific TimeMatt Hester, TechNet Presenter, Microsoft Corporation
TechNet Webcast: Introduction to the New Exchange Server 2007 Administrator Interface (Level 200)Wednesday, January 10, 2007 – 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific TimeBlain Barton, TechNet Presenter, Microsoft Corporation
TechNet Webcast: Recipient Management, Policies, and Permissions in Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)Friday, January 12, 2007 – 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific TimeJohn Weston, TechNet Presenter, Microsoft Corporation
TechNet Webcast: Deploying and Migrating to Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)Wednesday, January 17, 2007 – 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM Pacific TimeBryan Von Axelson, TechNet Presenter, Microsoft Corporation
TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 01 of 24): Integration of Exchange Server 2007 and Active Directory (Level 200)Friday, January 19, 2007 – 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Pacific TimeHarold Wong, Senior Technology Specialist, Microsoft Corporation
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Introduction to the Exchange Management Shell

Introduction to the Exchange Management Shell has been recently refreshed.

Overview: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 introduces a new management platform called the Exchange Management Shell, based on Microsoft Windows PowerShell, formerly codenamed "Monad". This document outlines the key benefits that the Exchange Management Shell provides to Exchange administrators and developers, and explains how cmdlets are structured, and how data is managed.

If you're interested about the new Exchange management capabilities through PowerShell (and I'm sure you do), there's another nice document for you to read: Exchange Management Shell Quick Reference.

And for those who want more, you may consider Windows PowerShell Quick Reference, from O'Reilly (Its author, Lee Holmes and O'Reilly were so kind in providing me a copy, I'll promise I'll post here a review as soon as I have some time)

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More Exchange TechNet Radio broadcasts

On a previous post I mentioned the interview with Paul Robichaux at TechNet Radio. After wandering around at the TechNet Radio site, I discovered some other previous shows about Exchange Server:Hear why Nu Skin, a leading global direct-selling company, chose Microsoft Exchange ServerReed Wilson, a Global Infrastructure Architect for Nu Skin, speaks with Chris Avis about how and why Nu Skin chose Exchange Server as a solution. He explains previous problems that they were experiencing before migrating to Exchange, what kind of testing they did in a lab environment to compare products and how successful the actual migration was. Plus we bring a listener on the air who gives us some feedback on the show and then we give him a chance to speak directly to Kimberly Tripp about database mirroring & replication.WMA | MP3 High | MP3 LowWe Answer Your Exchange Server 2007 QuestionsIn this episode Kevin Remde speaks with Exchange experts to answer your pressing questions on Exchange Server 2007. Topics include Deployment, Unified Messaging, Disaster Avoidance & Recovery in Exchange Server 2007.WMA | MP3 High | MP3 LowScripting with Windows PowerShell: An interview with Vivek Sharma & Mihai JalobeanuKevin Remde interviews a Program Manager and Dev Lead from the Exchange team working on Windows Powershell, AKA Monad, a command line shell and task-based scripting technology. They explain how Powershell dramatically simplifies command line management and why Powershell provides a greater experience for the Administrator.WMA | MP3 High | MP3 Low Technorati : exchange server,

Paul Robichaux @ TechNet Radio

Fellow MVP Paul Robichaux was recently interviewed by Chris Avis of Microsoft's TechNet Radio. They chatted about Exchange 2007, PowerShell, unified messaging, and even about Paul's Xbox 360 skills."Chris Avis speaks with Paul Robichaux, discussing Exchange Server 2007. They go into detail on how Unified Messaging will change an Exchange Admin's job, what you can do with PowerShell in Exchange, how you can automate tasks within PowerShell to simplify everyday activities, and the best way to go about migrating to Exchange Server 2007. Plus we have our monthly segment with Christopher Budd & Kai Axford discussing the October Security Bulletin."The interview is also available to download as WMA, MP3 High and MP3 Low. Technorati : exchange 2007, exchange server, powershell, unified messaging : exchange 2007, exchange server, powershell, unified messaging

Exchange Server 2007 Recipient Management One-Liners Part 2

A few days ago, we posted blog Exchange Server 2007 recipient management one-liners covering common recipient management scenarios in Exchange Server 2007 using Exchange Management Console ("console"), and the one-liners behind the scenes – single-line commands in Exchange Management Shell ("shell" or "EMS based on Windows PowerShell") executed to achieve the thing. Now the console exposes one-liners for each wizard after successful completion. Here's some more one-liners: Distribution Groups, Mail contact and Disconnected mailboxes.
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