Create Distribution Group in Exchange 2010 / 2007

Open Exchange Management Console And Recipient Configuration And Exchange 2007 is Recipient Organization
Distribution Groups Select either “New Distribution Group

create new on if you want you can select “Existing group” and browse
your active directory for a group you would like to add an email addresses for Next

create a mail enabled security group here but we are going to stick
with a simple distribution group Give the group a name and an email alias Next
You can also specify which OU you want to create the group in here

Right click your new group Properties


Members Add in as appropriate

Distribution Group to Accept Mail from EXTERNAL Addresses
Distribution group cannot accept mail from outside your organisation to change that
Select the “Mail Flow Settings
Tab Double click “Message Delivery Restrictions”
UNTICK “Require that all senders are authenticated” OK Apply



Integrating Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and Avaya Communications Manager S8300

If you want to integrate an Avaya S8300 Communications Manager with Microsoft Lync Server 2010,
you need to establish a Direct SIP connection between the two.
This document provides a step-by-step guide for configuring Avaya Communications Manager S8300 with Lync Server 2010.

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VMware View 5.1 Release

What’s New in View 5.1
VMware View 5.1 delivers important features and enhancements that improve the performance, security, management, and flexibility of virtual desktops. This release of VMware View adds the following new features and support.

Advanced storage options that leverage vSphere 5.0 – The following performance optimizations and integration features take advantage of vSphere 5.0 enhancements:
View Storage Accelerator uses Content Based Read Cache (CBRC) – CBRC is an ESXi 5.0 server memory cache of common blocks. During peak I/O workloads such as logon boot storms, View desktops can access common blocks of the OS disk and shared applications in the main memory cache, improving performance, enhancing the user experience, and saving storage array costs.
Tech Preview: View Composer Array Integration with VAAI – Additional View Composer cloning options leverage the vStorage API for Array Integration (VAAI) Native Cloning capability of Network Attached Storage (NAS). Note: The storage vendors developing support for NFS native cloning (VAAI) need additional certification to support the View workload. CBRC is not supported with the NFS native cloning feature.
Customizable View Composer disposable disk drive letter.
Support for up to 32 hosts in a cluster when Network File System (NFS) is in use. (The former limit was 8 hosts per cluster.)
Improved USB support.
Radius two-factor authentication support.
View Administrator user interface (UI) enhancements – These include context menus, linking to saved View Administrator pages, enhanced table column viewing, and globalization and localization in five languages.
Support for pre-created Active Directory machine accounts.
Optional customer experience improvement program. View collects anonymous data about View usage to help make View more responsive to customer needs. No user-identifiable data is collected. You can opt in or out of the program at any time.
View Persona Management is supported on physical computers – View Persona Management (virtual profiles) can manage user profiles across physical computers and View desktops. Simultaneous sessions are not supported.
View Persona Management user profile migration – The View Persona Management utility migrates Windows user profiles from Windows XP to Windows 7. The utility migrates profiles from physical computers to View or from View to View.
Standalone View Composer server – View supports the installation of the View Composer server on a standalone machine separate from VMware vCenter Server.
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