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I did hear a totaly unsubstantiated rumour that MS have/had(?) considered calling this release Exchange 2006? And I guess when you consider that this is going to be release SP2 and the is nearly 3 years old, the MS Marketing machine must be itching to give it a new up-to-date name. Then the people looking after the revenue stream must also be thinking that would be a good idea as well. Let's just hope they hold off from that, as it would really have an effect on the speed of deployment on this. It'll be interesting to see how it develops over the next few months? 

Details so far?
Major enhancements within SP2 will include Mobile Email Improvements, Better protection against SPAM, and additional advanced mailbox improvements will help your Enterprise environment and customers immensely.  In addition new capabilities such as the ability to incorporate Sender ID Email Authentication Protocol to reduce SPAM, Direct Push Mobile Email for active mobile email, and a new offline Address Book format which will decrease Address Book synchronization times for remote and mobile users, are only a few of the new features included in Exchange 2003 Sp2. 

Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 is Coming!
Exchange Server 2003 SP2 FAQ
Windows Mobile 5.0 Messaging and Security Feature Pack
New Mobility Features in Exchange Server 2003 SP2

And on the back of this I did some trolling for WebCasts and came up with this:
Accessing Exchange Server from Your Mobile Device (Level 300)
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Windows Mobile Enterprise Features (Hosted by Jason Langridge)

Windows Mobile Solutions - Increase revenue and reduce Costs

Loads of more info at:

You Had Me At EHLO...
aka the Microsoft Exchange Team Blog

If you would like to know more about the how, what, where when on AUTD then here's the best explanation going

But nicest of all is a video demo of how MS expects this to work in real life

Posted on Thursday, June 16, 2005 1:03 PM Exchange and Push Email | Back to top

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