Paul Robichaux

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Paul Robichaux has been working with Exchange Server since version 4.0 and still finds new things to learn about it each day. A long-time contributing editor for Windows IT Pro, he currently works as a principal architect at Summit 7 Systems, focusing on Exchange Server and Lync. Paul is an 11-time Microsoft Exchange MVP, author of a variety of books on Exchange and Windows topics, a pilot, and a triathlete. Paul blogs at paulrobichaux.wordpress.com and is active on Twitter @paulrobichaux.

Articles
Exchange Server 2013 Managed Availability
Understanding how Managed Availability works will help you understand how it affects your operating procedures and how to manage it to get the desired outcomes.
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Exchange Server 2013 SP1: What's New 2
Exchange Server 2013 SP1 provides new features, improvements to existing features, and bug fixes; it also serves as a barometer of how well Microsoft's new servicing model is working.
Managing Exchange ActiveSync Device Access 2
Allow/Block/Quarantine (ABQ) functionality can help you manage mobile-device access on Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) devices. Find out how EAS ABQ works.
What's New In Exchange Server 2013
Find out about the architectural changes, new features, and Unified Messaging changes in the new Exchange version.
PowerShell 201 

PowerShell 201 offers a set of technical presentations that build on PowerShell 101, three introductory PowerShell presentations that were offered in December. The three PowerShell 201 sessions delve into more complicated scripting topics. You will come away from the PowerShell 201 series with advanced scripting knowledge and increased comfort with writing complicated scripts.

PowerShell 101 

The word "scripting" probably makes a lot of IT admins cringe, but it's not that scary or difficult to learn. Scripting is just a set of instructions written in terms that computers can understand. The instructions tell the computer how to do something, such as how to perform a task.

Getting the Most from Exchange 2010 

Exchange 2010 is both comfortingly familiar and surprisingly different. If you’re used to Exchange 2003, you’ll find a wealth of new features and technologies to give you better performance, reliability, and robustness. If you’ve already deployed Exchange 2007, you’ll find that 2010 makes it easier to host large mailboxes and use virtualization.

Managing Exchange ActiveSync Policies in Exchange 2010
Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) policies give you control over how devices and users access EAS. The EAS protocol itself is only part of the complete mobile-device access story for Exchange
What’s New in Exchange 2013 Archiving and eDiscovery
In this paper, Exchange MVP Paul Robichaux discusses the new features in Exchange 2013, how they fit into Microsoft’s compliance and discovery strategy, and how they fit into business requirements for compliance and discovery.
iOS and Windows Phone: Let the Games Begin 6
Both iOS 5 and Windows Phone 7.5 provide a solid mobile email experience on today's powerful, high-resolution devices. Get the details of each OS's capabilities in this review.
A Quick Look at Exchange Forensics
What exactly is Exchange forensics? See 3 lessons learned from one situation involving an unusual spike in outbound network traffic.
Exchange Server and Complexity: Less is Better 5
The real killer of complexity with Microsoft Exchange Server isn't what Microsoft puts in the product; it's what we do with the product after we deploy it.
Bring Your Own Device: IBM's 'Struggle' Part of a Long Tradition 4
Companies might struggle with the BYOD phenomenon, but it's really just an evolution in IT similar to employees accessing corporate networks from their home computers.
Will Exchange 15 Require an AD Version Update? 2
Exchange 15 could require an Active Directory upgrade, but unless there's a technical reason to require it, Microsoft could be hurting itself to require one.
Major Changes in Exchange 2013 

Every new version of Exchange brings changes, and Exchange 2013 is no exception. This event will help equip you to upgrade to Exchange 2013 by examining the most critical changes Microsoft has made in the new version, including the new division of labor between the mailbox and CAS roles, the introduction of PowerShell 3.0, and a rethinking of how Microsoft believes customers should provide perimeter security and message hygiene for Exchange.

Comments
Exchange Server 2013 SP1: What's New
March 18, 2014

Excellent. Glad to hear that SP1 is getting out there.

Managing Exchange ActiveSync Device Access
December 24, 2013

Kevin, not really. Once you establish the sync partnership, Exchange expects to be able to use it to sync. Most EAS clients (including the ones in iOS and Windows Phone) let...

Will Exchange 15 Require an AD Version Update?
May 16, 2012
Mike, thanks for that-- it's a perspective I hadn't considered. I suspect the Exchange team wouldn't say that they thought only of themselves; rather, they made the (...
Windows Phone 7 as a Mail Device
December 14, 2010
I'm delighted to see so much feedback-- it's clear that WP7 is drawing a lot of attention for Microsoft. I agree with those of you who have said that WP7 is missing some things,...
Microsoft's Customer Experience Improvement Program and Exchange Server
July 21, 2010
I don't know exactly what CEIP data Microsoft collects, but you're right -- a follow-up article that goes into more depth would be interesting. I'll put it on my to-do list....
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