Google came through with fixes to its newly introduced e-mail and calendar synchronization application that works with Microsoft Outlook.
Microsoft found a problem with Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook, a new data synchronization plug-in launched by Google last week.
Google just made it easier for IT organizations to ditch Microsoft Exchange Server.
Microsoft on Monday alerted users of its Exchange Server 2007 product that Service Pack 2 (SP2) will be coming sometime in the third quarter of this year.
Individual users in one distribution list can't receive messages from outside vendors who e-mail that list. How can I fix this?
- By Zubair Alexander
On April 28, Microsoft plans to release SP2 for Microsoft Office 2007, along with SP2 releases for some of its server products.
Microsoft released a public beta version of Exchange Server 2010, the company's newest e-mail server, which is being rolled out a part of the company's renewed focus on the unified communications market.
Microsoft branded some of its best-selling products to come with the "2010" stamp, beginning with the debut of Exchange Server 2010 beta.
Microsoft Office 2003 moved off "mainstream support" on April 14, which means that those seeking technical support for the product will have to pay for it.
Microsoft rolled out eight fixes in its monthly security release, addressing some 23 vulnerabilities.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Phase 2 International now offers online IBM Lotus applications to SMBs, adding to its various hosted service offerings which already include a Microsoft solution stack.
Microsoft announced an online service for IT pros that enables them to test incoming e-mail traffic to Microsoft Exchange Server.
Forefront Security for Office Communications Server (FSOCS) was released to manufacturing, Microsoft announced on Tuesday.
Microsoft's Exchange Labs is changing its name to Outlook Live and adding new e-mail features, according to a Thursday announcement by Microsoft.
Unified communications (UC) has emerged from the Internet cloud thanks to a partnership that brings together LightEdge Solutions, BroadSoft and Microsoft
- By Jim Barthold