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Five truths you must know about SharePoint and Exchange
This article is part of the February 2009 issue of SharePoint Insider
Joel Oleson IT managers are often overwhelmed by SharePoint technology and unclear on how they can make the most of all of its features. Take the functionality between SharePoint and Microsoft Exchange. On any given day, IT managers receive hundreds of email messages, and many of them are critical and demand immediate decisions. But because of the volume, it becomes difficult to find, categorize and sort them all. Data becomes lost, and IT managers spend a great deal of time searching for information. In the process, they become less productive in other aspects of their jobs. They don't know how to use SharePoint to make Exchange work better -- probably because of the preconceived notions they have about the two. More on managing Microsoft SharePoint Server Organize metadata in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 by content type Use templates to control customizing document libraries in MOSS 2007 In any discussion about SharePoint and Exchange, IT managers want to come away knowing they're getting the biggest technology bang for ...
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