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SESSION CODE: UNC203. What's New in OWA, Mobility, and Calendaring in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1. Adam Glick Sr. Technical Product Manager Microsoft Corporation [email protected] Agenda. Outlook Web App in Exchange 2010 SP1

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What's New in OWA, Mobility, and Calendaring in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1

Adam Glick

Sr. Technical Product Manager

Microsoft Corporation

[email protected]

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  • Outlook Web App in Exchange 2010 SP1

  • Internet Calendar Publishing

  • Update on Mobility in Exchange 2010 SP1

More Info.

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OWA 2010 SP1

Simple, Fast, Complete

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Performance – A Scenario Focused Approach

  • Sign in

  • Read/Preview conversation

  • Upload attachments

  • Other common scenarios

    • Delete

    • Empty a folder

    • Categorize / Flag

    • Mark as read

    • Move

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The Results100 ms / 5 Mbps

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The Results100 ms / 5 Mbps

More Info.

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Address Key Gaps from RTM

  • Address key gaps from previous releases

    • Themes

    • Calendar print

    • SharePoint Web Parts

    • Reading Pane bottom

  • Solid story with Communications Server

    • Lower touch administration

    • Cross-premises support

    • Communications Server 14 Privacy feature

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Complete Key Experiences

  • Composing email

    • Add inline images

    • Auto-save drafts

  • Reading email

    • ‘Download all’ attachments as a zip

    • Better IT attachment control (including XML attachments)

  • Adding internet calendar sharing

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Internet Calendar Sharing in Exchange 2010 SP1

Calendar Publishing and Subscribing

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What is Calendar Sharing / How does it work?

  • iCalendar – RFC 2445

  • Admin enables org. (off by default)

  • User chooses to publish their calendar

  • Server provides URL for data retrieval

    • No credentials necessary

    • Restricted URL

    • Public URL

  • User selects level of detail, date range, etc.

  • More Info.

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    Internet Publishing in Exchange

    The Setup

    • Dedicated calendar vdir - per CAS

    • Calendar vdir created during setup/upgrade

    • Calendar vdir defaults:

      • Access is disabled

      • Authentication mode set to anonymous

    • Sharing policy is disabled by default



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    Internet Publishing in Exchange

    The Administrator Experience

    0) PRE-REQUISITE: OWA external URL must be set

    Set-OWAVirtualDirectory–Identity <CAS>

    -CalendarPublishingEnabled $true

    Set-OWAVirtualDirectory –Identity <CAS> -ExternalURL <externalURLforCAS>

    Admin must enable internet access to Exchange published calendars

    Admin must enable sharing policy for internet publishing

    Set-SharingPolicy –Identity <PolicyName>

    -Domains “Anonymous:<accesslevel>”

    Set-MailboxCalendarFolder –Identity <alias>:\calendar

    -SearchableUrlEnabled(default $false)

    -DetailLevel(default AvailabilityOnly)

    -PublishDateRangeFrom(default ThreeMonths)

    -PublishDateRangeTo(default ThreeMonths)

    3) Once policy and vdir access are set, can publish calendar

    4) Once calendar is published, can retrieve URL’s

    Get-MailboxCalendarFolder –Identity <alias>:\calendar

    Example URL:<userID+CalendarID>.ics

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    Internet Publishing in Exchange

    The End User Experience

    • Can only publish one “version” per calendar folder

      • Restricted URL, must send URL to recipients

      • Public URL, calendar is easily discoverable

    • Reset URL

      • Only applies to restricted URLs

      • Can reset by recycling published calendar - will generate new URL

      • Re-send new URL to intended recipients

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    What Everyone Wants to Know

    The Security Concerns

    • How do I protect my other resources/users?

      • Complete Isolation

      • Throttling

    • How do I know my org is secured?

      • Off by default

      • Explicit opt-in process

    • How can I tell if someone is sharing a calendar?

    • Get-MailboxCalendarFolder–Identity <alias>:\calendar

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    Internet Calendar Subscriptions

    • Subscribe to other Internet calendars and have Exchange manage data storage and synchronization

    • Subscribed calendars available on all Exchange clients that have multi-calendar support

    • Throttling for subscriptions

    Calendar Service



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    Demo – Calendar User Experience


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    Exchange ActiveSync in Exchange 2010 SP1

    Allow/Block/Quarantine and New Client Features

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    Exchange ActiveSync - What’s New

    • Partners

    • ABQ administration user experience

    • New conversation view

    • GAL photos

    • Simple rights protected messaging

    • Improved monitoring

    • Higher resiliency

    More Info.

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    Allow / Block / Quarantine

    • Approved device list

      • By device type

      • By user

    • Block an unsupported device

    • Quarantine

      • E-mail sent

      • Administrator approved

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    Allow / Block / Quarantine


    New device

    CEO is special

    Block List

    Allow List



    No Policy

    No Policy


    • Anything Unknown






    More Info.

    Person: Is there a special case for this user?

    Device: Are we blocking or allowing this device?

    Anything Unknown: What is done when no policy applies?

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    Message Diffs

    A new, efficient conversation

    Relevant information

    A conversation

    An email

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    Other Improvements

    • SP1

      • EAS throttling

      • SMS Sync folder selection

      • Battery life improvements

    • RTM

      • POP/IMAP performance improvements

      • Lunar calendar support

      • Updatable client

      • Forward/Reply information

      • “You were BCC’d” MailTip

      • Free/Busy lookup

      • Notes Sync

    More Info.

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    • OWA

      • Easier, more intuitive,

      • Better performance

      • Customizable UI, Web Parts and Themes

    • Calendar

      • Anonymous external calendar sharing

      • Anonymous external calendar publishing

      • Calendar subscribing

    • Mobility

      • Server side

        • Allow Block Quarantine UI

        • Customizable quarantine email

        • IRM over EAS policy

      • Client side

        • SMS folder

        • GAL photos

        • Conv. message diffs, quick actions & mtg. request buttons

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    Related Content

    • UNC201 - Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1: An Overview of What’s Coming

    • UNC202 - How Microsoft IT Implemented Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

    • UNC301 - Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Sizing and Performance - Get It Right the First Time

    • UNC304- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: High Availability Deep Dive

    • UNC306 - Going Big! Deploying Large Mailboxes with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 without UNC307- What's New in Archiving, Retention, and Discovery in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1

    • UNC308 - Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging in the Real World

    • UNC309-Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 to Achieve Rich Coexistence with Exchange Online

    • Breaking the Bank

    • UNC02-INT- Busting Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Storage Myths!

    • UNC03-INT - Choosing the Right Archiving Solution for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

    • UNC04-INT- Deploying Windows Rights Management Services (RMS) with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1, Step-by-Step

    • UNC05-INT - Deploying the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Server Role: Load Balancing and Certificates

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    Unified Communications Track Call to Action!

    Learn More!

    • View Related Unified Communications (UNC) Content at TechEd/after at TechEd Online

    • Visit for more Communications Server “14” product information

    • Find additional Communications Server “14” content in the Technical Library, weekly technical articles at NextHop, and follow DrRez on Twitter

    • Check out Microsoft TechNet resources for Communications Server and Exchange Server

  • Visit additional Exchange 2010 IT Professional-focused content

    • Partner LinkorCustomer Link (Name: ExProPword: EHLO!world)

      Try It Out!

    • Exchange 2010 SP1 Beta downloadis now available from the download center!

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