Category: Exchange

October 27th, 2020 by Exchange
As announced at Microsoft Ignite 2020, support for plus addressing is now available in Exchange Online. Thanks to our UserVoice site, this feature was identified as the number 1 request for Exchange Admins and we acted on that to bring it to Exchange Online. Plus addressing allows users to dynamically create unique email addresses that deliver messages to a user’s mailbox, but are easily distinguished from messages sent to the user’s regular email address. There are two main use cases for t...

Keep on reading: Plus Addressing Now Available in Exchange Online

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October 23rd, 2020 by Exchange
You may have already seen this message from the Azure team, but given this impacts customers who use the Exchange Hybrid Agent, we just wanted to make sure those following this blog also were aware of this news. Microsoft is updating Azure services to use TLS certificates from a different set of Root Certificate Authorities (CAs). This change is being made because the current CA certificates do not comply with one of the CA/Browser Forum Baseline requirements.  This change will ONLY impact ...

Keep on reading: Hybrid Agent and Root Certificate Changes

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October 19th, 2020 by Exchange
Here is your next installment in the troubleshooting hybrid migrations blog series! See: Exchange Hybrid Migrations: More Than Just a Pretty Face (Part 1) Digging Into Hybrid Migration Move Report Data (Part 2) Troubleshooting Failed Migrations (Part 3) In this part, we will talk about ‘slow’ migrations. Firstly, you should be aware that migration jobs to Exchange Online (which is a shared multi-tenancy environment) have a lower priority on our servers and are sometimes throttled to p...

Keep on reading: Troubleshooting Slow Migrations

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October 16th, 2020 by Exchange
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is defined as the hosting of desktop environments on a central server. It is a form of desktop virtualization, as the specific desktop images run within virtual machines (VMs) and are delivered to end clients over a network. Those endpoints can be various devices including PC and tablets. There are many applications for this technology but today we will discuss some of the most common issues our customers face when using Microsoft Outlook (this extends to...

Keep on reading: Troubleshooting auth issues in Outlook if you are Azure joining non-persistent Virtual Desktop Infra

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October 5th, 2020 by Exchange
Continuing our hybrid migration blog post series (see part 1 here and part 2 here) we arrived at troubleshooting failed migrations....

Keep on reading: Troubleshooting Failed Migrations

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October 1st, 2020 by Exchange
I wrote up a recap of the exciting Exchange and Outlook news and announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2020.There were a number of important announcements and quite a bit of technical content published on-demand. Most of it is still available on the Virtual Hub. Read all about it on the Enow Software blog.Did you find this information useful? Post a comment and share it with others!

Keep on reading: Recap of Exchange and Outlook News for Microsoft Ignite 2020

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September 22nd, 2020 by Exchange
Today we are announcing several new features and capabilities to help Exchange admins become more efficient and achieve more in their everyday Exchange-related tasks. Modern Exchange admin center The modern Exchange admin center (EAC) has been in Public Preview since July 2020. We built the new modern experience to fit right in with the other Microsoft 365 admin portals. We’ve recently reached parity with the legacy admin interface and are now adding new features such as personalized dashboard...

Keep on reading: Exchange Online Admin News at Microsoft Ignite 2020

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September 22nd, 2020 by Exchange
Email and time management seems pretty simple, doesn’t it? You undoubtedly send and receive lots of emails every day, and you probably don’t think too much about what’s really going on behind the scenes – you trust your service provider to do the right thing and to treat your data securely. But do they? How do you know what’s really happening as messages pass from one place to another or when your...

Keep on reading: Mailbox Protection with Microsoft 365 – The Video Series

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September 22nd, 2020 by Exchange
When Microsoft Ignite 2020 become a digital event we took it as an opportunity to think about the sessions and subjects people always ask us about, but which we rarely have the space for given the physical constraints of the venue. We always get a lot of questions at events like Ignite (so many, that last year we wrote a blog about it), and we always get a lot on the subject of migrating to Exchange Online. So this year, given there is no booth to come and ask your questions we thought we'd get ...

Keep on reading: Setting Up for Success With Exchange Online – A Video Series

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September 22nd, 2020 by Exchange
Some really exciting Exchange Server news was announced for on premises customers at the Microsoft Ignite virtual conference today! Microsoft will be releasing the next versions of Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, and Skype for Business Server the second half of 2021.  These new on-premises server versions will only be available with the purchase of a subscription license, using a similar subscription model to Microsoft 365.The name for these new on-premises server products has...

Keep on reading: Announcing Microsoft Exchange Server vNext!

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