Exchange 2010 Mobility Videos on TechNet Edge

A whole bunch of demo videos came out on TechNet Edge yesterday

Exchange 2010 Mobility Demo: Nickname Cache
Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager, demos Nickname Cache in Exchange 2010. By storing the e-mail addresses of recent recipients, the Nickname Cache helps users address e-mail more quickly by providing a suggested name list as a new address is typed. This automatically populated list narrows itself as the user types more letters of the recipient’s name and is a combined cache of recent recipients of e-mail sent from Outlook Web Access and Outlook Mobile.
http://edge.technet.com/Media/Exchange-2010-Mobility-Demo-Nickname-Cache/

Exchange 2010 Mobility Demo: Move Conversation
Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager, demos the move conversation function within Conversation View.  By treating multiple messages as a single conversation it can be managed, ignored, moved, and deleted as a whole vs. having to address each e-mail individually. New messages to old conversations will automatically be placed in the folder to which you have directed the conversation, even if you have deleted or ignored a conversation.
http://edge.technet.com/Media/Exchange-2010-Mobility-Demo-Move-Conversation/

Exchange 2010 Mobility Demo: Free Busy
Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager, demos how Exchange ActiveSync now enables users to look at a contact’s calendar availability. Right from a user’s contact information, a free/busy timeline show users when their contacts are available for a call or meeting.
http://edge.technet.com/Media/Exchange-2010-Mobility-Demo-FreeBusy/

Exchange 2010 Mobility Demo: Conversation View
Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager, demos the new Conversation View in Exchange 2010. The new conversation view quickly and easily enables users to identify the most recent messages and, the series of responses. Conversation view is always preserved, even if individual e-mail messages are located in different folders in the mailbox.  By treating multiple messages as a single conversation it can be managed, ignored, moved, and deleted as a whole vs. having to address each e-mail individually. New messages to old conversations will automatically be placed in the folder to which you have directed the conversation, even if you have deleted or ignored a conversation
http://edge.technet.com/Media/Exchange-2010-Mobility-Demo-Conversation-View/

Exchange 2010 Mobility Demo: UM Card
Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager, demos UM Card for Exchange 2010 Mobility.
http://edge.technet.com/Media/Exchange-2010-Mobility-Demo-UM-Card/

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