Microsoft releases SP1 for Exchange Server

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Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 for Windows Exchange Server 2007. The update includes additions to the Exchange management console, Outlook Web Access and also disaster recovery.

Disaster recovery already featured includes Local Continuous Replication and Cluster Continuous Replication. SP1 will add another disaster recovery tool Standby Continuous Replication, allowing content to be replicated in geographical dispersed areas.

However, the new tool will not run automatically. “It has to be manual because it is two separate pieces of data,” said Product Manager for unified communications at Microsoft, Mark Deakin to CNET.

Another feature will be a closer tie to Office Communications 2007, with the ability to move voicemails between two or greater variety of mobile devices.

Forefront Security has also been included in SP1, and also support for multiple scanning programs from different security vendors. Microsoft has said that this can be easily done by installing a module.

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