Discontinued features and modified functionality in Microsoft Project Server 2010

Discontinued features and modified functionality in Microsoft Project Server 2010

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/project-server-help/discontinued-features-and-modified-functionality-in-microsoft-project-server-2010-HA101819729.aspx

  • Outlook add-in The Outlook add-in for Project Server has been discontinued inProject Server 2010. The existing add-in can still connect toProject Server 2010, however it has not been updated for this release. Instead, Project Server 2010is integrated with Exchange Server, so that users no longer need to download a separate COM add-in. The timesheet functionality that was present in the Outlook add-in has been discontinued.

Other info:

Configure Project Server 2010 to work with Exchange Server 2007 SP2

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee782548.aspx

This article describes how to configure integration with Exchange Server 2007 SP2, enabling Project Server 2010 users to view Project Server tasks in Microsoft Office Outlook. This functionality replaces the Outlook Add-in task status reporting functionality for non-time–phased tasks that is available in previous versions of Project Server and enables task assignment updates using % complete or total work remaining. These task assignment updates are then auto-submitted to the Task Status Manager when the tasks are updated in the Exchange client.

Activity plans and personal projects included the ability to create and manage activity plans, also known as lightweight projects, and personal projects from within Project Web Access. Instead,Project Server 2010 supports editing any project on the server using a rich, new grid control in Project Web App.

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