Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Exchange 2010 and SP1

Finally Exchange 2010 SP1 will be available sometime soon, here is article talking about SP1 and what will be the changes in SP1, the separation of archived database from primary is one of the noticeable improvements in SP1. Lack of not having SP1 also effected some of the migration scenarios as far as I can tell.

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  • Separate archived database
  • Support for importing PST
  • New tools helping to create retention policies
  • Multi mailbox search futures improvements
  • New management UI

Read more what will be offered in Exchange 2010 SP1

 http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2010/04/07/454533.aspx

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1 comment:

jam365 said...

I will be upgrading to EX2010 soon and plan to start bringing all the PSTs scattered around my environment into Exchange. My question is I have found some info (via Google) that seems to say that importing won't be as straightforward as this post promotes. How will SP1 approach PST importing?