Exchange 2007 and RM….

I attended an Exchange 2007 presentation yesterday by one of my co-workers. This presentation was focused on Replication Manager, which is targeted as the new name for RM/SE & RM Enterprise edition a.k.a. RM/Local (I say targeted as it is pre-beta). Remember this is the product that is protecting MSIT’s Exchange infrastructure with VSS in it’s current release. The product I saw is still pre-beta so it was nice to get in and talk with the developers about it’s direction and what features would be implemented and what features were in a future release. Unfortunately those details…… release dates, feature sets, and all the information that you really want to know is under the “not allowed to blog about” category……

Overall I was impressed, the pre-beta code was already ported to the x64 platform and a full backup/restore was done live to show Exchange 2007’s new intricacies could be accounted for. The Exchange product team were also happy to see a real product getting ready to hit the market to support Exchange 2007.

I have heard there will be a beta program if you are deploying Exchange 2007 early on a Clariion or a DMX, this may be a good option for you.

Btw, I am have also heard good things about the TimeFinder for Exchange Integration Module (TF/EIM or TEIM) development for Exchange 2007, if you are already using that product it is looking like you will still be able to…..

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