Multi-Mailbox Search change in licensing

Soon Microsoft will update information about licensing Microsoft Exchange 2010.

In view of the considerable interest and use by organizations, the Multi-Mailbox Search Microsoft has decided to change the licensing function.
To date, this function required a license the Enterprise CAL for each mailbox, which was to be included in searches, not long, but this has changed and this box will require only a standard CAL license.
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Outlook command-line switches

Microsoft Outlook has a whole range of switches that can be used at startup to help diagnose problems with Outlook or use them in scripts.
In this way we can determine how to run Outlook, determine what you want to run the program, which profile, and what settings.

To run Outlook with the appropriate switch run the Run dialog then type outlook.exe, and the switch, the case does not matter.


Available switches

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Windows Server 2012 Licensing

Microsoft presents a new model for licensing Windows Server 2012.
Distribution will go to the four licensing models, two for small companies and two for large.
Smaller organizations can benefit from licensing Essentials and Foundation, and are available for larger additional two editions of the system: Datacenter and Standard.
Datacenter and Standard versions are not different range of functions, but the right of the number of virtual copies. Both versions can be licensed with the processor as well as access licenses specified for the user or device.

Interesting is not the Enterprise and Small Business Server, but the latter was replaced by Essentials version.

In Microsoft Windows Server 2012 we can’t longer find a version such as Windows Home Server, Small Business Server, Windows Web Server, Windows Server Enterprise Edition, Windows HPC.

The following table lists the available versions and their use:

For more information on licensing a new product can be found here:

Windows Server 2012 Licensing Data Sheet 
Windows Server 2012 Editions