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If you are planning to upgrade your Exchange 2010 servers to SP3 you should be aware that there is an Active Directory schema update involved.
If that is a concern for your environment, but you still want the bug fixes and security updates, you might consider sticking with Service Pack 2 and applying Update Rollup 6 instead.
It's been a while since I've been thinking of writing a blog post about various aspects of Outlook Anywhere that people have been asking questions about. Given how long this blog post is overdue, I plan to cover a lot of topics, from frequently asked questions to common misconceptions to problems with Outlook Anywhere to suggested solutions for different problems.
Somehow, I keep getting myself caught up in one thing or another, and have consequently delayed writing this blog post by almost 4 months. I won't cover details on the cmdlets that enable and change settings for Outlook Anywhere. Instead, let's do a slightly deeper dive than the cmdlet documentation provides.
As a result, when Mailbox servers are upgraded to Exchange 2010 SP3, the databases are upgraded to the Exchange 2010 SP3 version of the database schema…
…During the upgrade, the database is dismounted, and all mailboxes in that database are taken offline.
The values that you provide to Outlook Anywhere settings can be classified into 2 types of properties - client facing and server facing.
Paul is a Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services.
If you have an AD forest topology with multiple domains, or process restrictions that require schema updates to be managed a certain way, you can apply the Exchange 2010 SP3 schema update on a 64-bit domain controller that is in the same AD site as the Schema Master, using an account with Schema Admins and Enterprise Admins rights.