Raymond Mohrman

last updated 4/24/2017

Raymond Mohrman

Customer Engagement Specialist at Microsoft Corporation

Location:
ONE MICROSOFT WAY, Redmond, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(425) 882-8080

General Information

Experience

Customer Engagement Specialist - destinationCRM.com

Senior Enterprise Account Executive - Polycom , Inc.

Technical Product Manager - Exchange for Microsoft

Account Executive - Salesforce.Com Inc

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"Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging offers customers robust, interoperable, server-based tools that integrate with desktop and mobile clients to give information workers access to voice, fax, and email data from wherever they are, including the ability to manage their email, calendar, and personal contacts via the phone," said Ray Mohrman, Microsoft Corp.'s group product manager, unified communications group.

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More than 150,000 technical adoption customers have been testing the first private beta of the service pack, but this second beta is feature-complete and contains new technologies not found in that first beta, Ray Mohrman, the group product manager of Microsoft's Unified Communications Group, told eWEEK.

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More than 150,000 technical adoption customers have been testing the first private beta of the service pack, but this second beta is feature-complete and contains new technologies not found in that first beta, Ray Mohrman, the group product manager of Microsoft's Unified Communications Group, told eWEEK. The Forefront Security for Exchange Server SP1 beta will also be made available Aug. 14, and both service packs are expected to be generally available in the last quarter of 2007, he said. When asked how many customers were moving off Notes to Exchange 2003 rather than 2007, Mohrman said he did not have those numbers at hand. "But a lot of this depends on where they were in the cycle of switching over.Obviously 2007 with SP1 has a great set of features and is a very solid, quality product and moving onto Exchange 2007 gets them onto the Unified Communications platform.Adoption for 2007 has been great," he said. With regard to Linux and open source as a competitor on this front, Mohrman said that Notes was its largest competitor and therefore popped up more frequently, particularly in the enterprise space."I don't remember hearing about any Exchange customers lost to Lotus Notes," he said when asked this. Mohrman said Microsoft had started working on the Exchange SP1 shortly after Exchange 2007 shipped, and the service pack is based on customer requests, particularly for features like Standby Continuous Replication and Active Sync policies, both of which were requested by enterprise customers.

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