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Configuring Teams calendar access for Exchange on-premises mailboxes

Upcoming Exchange Online Device Access and Conditional Access changes with Outlook mobile

Released: June 2020 Quarterly Exchange Updates

How Exchange and Microsoft Teams interact

Demystifying and troubleshooting hybrid mail flow: when is a message internal?

Support of DANE and DNSSEC in Office 365 Exchange Online

Exchange Transport News from Microsoft Ignite 2019

Exchange Admin Improvements Announced at Microsoft Ignite 2019

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Introducing Microsoft 365 Learning Paths on Microsoft Learn

Exchange: Understanding Hybrid Migration Endpoints in Classic and Modern Hybrid

Exchange: Making your public folder migrations faster and more reliable

Released: June 2019 Quarterly Exchange Updates

Exchange: The Hybrid Agent is now GA!

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Exchange-Team-Blog/The-Hybrid-Agent-is-now-GA/ba-p/727014

The Hybrid Agent removes some of the challenges you can face when you configure an Exchange Hybrid environment. The agent, which is built on the same technology as the Azure Application Proxy, removes some requirements for external DNS entries, certificate updates and inbound network connections through your firewall to enable Exchange hybrid features. These features include Free/Busy sharing and online mailbox moves. The Hybrid Agent supports free/busy and mailbox migrations; mail flow, directory synchronization, and other hybrid features are not included.

Documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/hybrid-deployment/hybrid-agent

Announcing The Exchange Server 2019 Sizing Calculator

ZeroConfigExchange – Automating the Creation of an Outlook Profile for Exchange Accounts

Advanced Office 365 Routing: Locking Down Exchange On-Premises when MX points to Office 365

Exchange CU released – February 2019

Exchange Web Services Push Notifications can be used to gain unauthorized access:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4490060/exchange-web-services-push-notifications-can-provide-unauthorized-acce

Released: February 2019 Quarterly Exchange Updates

     Changes to Exchange Web Services Push Notifications
     Decreasing Exchange Rights in the Active Directory

Exchange 2019 CU1 Released

Exchange 2016 CU12 Released

Exchange 2013 CU22 Released

Exchange 2010 SP3 RU26 Released

Breaking change to on-premises EWS Push Notifications:

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/webdav_101/2019/02/14/breaking-change-to-on-premise-ews-push-notifications/

Exchange Server Quarterly Servicing updates, changes, zero day vulnerability fixes released

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/deva/2019/02/13/exchange-server-quarterly-servicing-updates-changes-zero-day-vulnerability-fixes-released/

Microsoft–EOL products in 1 year (Jan 2020)

The list of products which will transition out of extended support in January 2020 includes:

       Windows 2008

       Windows 2008 R2

       Windows 7

       Exchange 2010

Please note that Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Exchange 2007 previously exited out of extended support in 2017.

Office 2010 will exit out of support of the 13th of October 2020

Office 2019 servers available for commercial customers

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Office-365-Blog/Office-2019-servers-available-for-commercial-customers/ba-p/275879

Exchange Server 2019
Skype for Business Server 2019
SharePoint Server 2019
Project Server 2019

Exchange Server 2019 Now Available