Exchange Server Interoperability Guidance Now Available

Microsft's Exchange Interoperability documentation team just launched "Exchange Server Interoperability Guidance", that supplements the information available in the Microsoft Exchange Server protocol documentation and the Exchange Server and Outlook Standards documentation," blogged Kim Brandl, Exchange Interoperability at Microsoft Corporation today."Whether you're an Exchange interoperability expert, just getting started, or somewhere in between, we're confident that […]

Microsft's Exchange Interoperability documentation team just launched "Exchange Server Interoperability Guidance", that supplements the information available in the Microsoft Exchange Server protocol documentation and the Exchange Server and Outlook Standards documentation," blogged Kim Brandl, Exchange Interoperability at Microsoft Corporation today.

"Whether you're an Exchange interoperability expert, just getting started, or somewhere in between, we're confident that this supplemental information will be a valuable resource for you," Brandl said.

In the first article, Exploring the Microsoft Exchange Server Open Specifications, Brandl reviews the types of protocols, structures, algorithms, and standards that the Microsoft Exchange Server Open Specifications define, discusses how to get started using the specifications, explores the kinds of content that you'll find in the various types of specifications, and addresses some key points to help you derive the maximize benefit from the specifications.

Check out Exploring the Microsoft Exchange Server Open Specifications now: (embedded below):

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