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A crash course in the Exchange 2010 Control Panel

In Exchange 2010, Microsoft has once again made a lot of changes to OWA, greatly extending the management functionality with the addition of the Exchange Control Panel (ECP). Brien Posey offers a quick overview of ECP. Read more

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