Redmond released the first service pack for its Exchange 2010 software yesterday. The update comes just four months after Microsoft first revealed its plans for the Exchange 2010 SP1 in April. It dished out a beta of the service pack to its TechEd subscribers in June this year. Microsoft has slotted updates and bug fixes into …
Removed the basic spam filter too.
They've removed the very basic antispam updates that were available to Exchange 2010 users on standard CALs.
So even worse anti-spam than Exchange 2003 SP2?
No, will not be buying Forefront + 'enterprise' cals for everybody.
And the hosting option is rewritten from the ground up, incomplete, incompatible with existing hosting solutions and (most importantly in my books) doesn't support Public Folders, making it useless. Brilliantly missing the point, as is usual with MS nowadays.
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