Exchange

Chromebooks versus Windows laptops, Which should you buy?

A notebook PC powered by Microsoft Windows offers several advantages: Windows offers the most flexibility to run just about any app, as well as the choice of any browser you choose. You can tweak and configure ...

Using Windows to Back Up and Restore Exchange Data

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 comes equiped with a plug-in so users can back up and restore your Exchange databases. For all of the tips, tricks, and how-to’s please visit Microsoft’s link here. Th...

Office 365 Will Include 2013 Product Versions- Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, and Office

The Office 365 update that includes the 2013 product versions of Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, and Office will be available February 27th.  This is a fundamental shift in our business that began several years ago...

Notice- Windows Management Framework 3.0

In updating some new servers today, I noticed that this was out as an optional update so I decided to look into it real quick. It currently causes problems with exchange 2007 and 2010 management tools, and upda...

Exchange 2010 AD Extention Error Provisioning

Currently doing an Exchange Project upgrading an environment from 2003 to 2010 and ran into a little problem that was unexpected and have not seen before on past migrations.  My engineer figured the issue out a...

Windows Mobile 7 Phone Launch

Effective November 8, 2010 Microsoft kicks off the release of Windows Mobile 7, adding to the number of Exchange-ready phones available to the Business World. Pre-release reviews have been mixed, but even the m...

Microsoft Exchange Cloud Offering Has Limitations – BPOS

BVA has seen a lot of ups and downs with the Microsoft in-the-cloud offering with Exchange.  We have been a BPOS partner for over two years with great success overall but have run into some small and large prob...