Posts Tagged ‘Exchange’

Exchange Online: Troubleshooting Failed Migrations

Exchange News and Announcements – Microsoft Ignite 2020 Edition

September 22, 2020 Leave a comment

Exchange News and Announcements – Microsoft Ignite 2020 Edition – Microsoft Tech Community

Exchange Online Admin News at Microsoft Ignite 2020 – Microsoft Tech Community

Exchange Online Transport News from Microsoft Ignite 2020 – Microsoft Tech Community

September 2020 Hybrid Configuration Wizard Update – Microsoft Tech Community

Cross-tenant mailbox migration in now in Public Preview

September 22, 2020 Leave a comment

Exchange Server 2016 and the End of Mainstream Support

Exchange Server 2016 enters the Extended Support phase of its product lifecycle on October 14th 2020

Modern HCW (Hybrid Agent): troubleshooting like a pro

Configuring Teams calendar access for Exchange on-premises mailboxes

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

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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Exchange: The Hybrid Agent is now GA!

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.


Microsoft announces Office 2019, Exchange Server 2019, Sharepoint Server 2019, Skype for Business Server 2019 at its Ignite conference

September 27, 2017 Leave a comment

Virtualize Enterprise Applications (Exchange, SQL, Sharepoint,..)

Using IIS ARR as a Reverse Proxy for Lync Server 2013


You should now have a single server in your perimeter network, using a single IP address and a single certificate to reverse proxy all Lync workloads, with the option to add Exchange and SharePoint workloads. This makes Application Request Routing a fully featured TMG 2010 replacement for smaller deployments. For highly available deployments, I anticipate that hardware/appliance load balancers will fill the gap and provide similar features in the near future (if not already available).

Exchange ActiveSync Comparison Chart

What’s new with Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer?

Exchange Server and Update Rollups Build Numbers (en-US)

Exchange 2013 to RTM in mid-November 2012?