Tony Redmond

Senior Contributing Editor, Windows IT Pro

Tony Redmond is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro and the author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out (Microsoft Press) and Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability (Microsoft Press, October 2013).
 

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VMware tells Microsoft that they don't know anything about Exchange 2013 performance

I always like it when technologists have a fight. Not a proper fight you understand, one with bare fists and the like, but a good old-fashioning....More

The value of First Release to Office 365 tenants

As you probably know, Microsoft allows administrators to nominate tenants to participate in the "First Release" Office 365 program. The....More

Using intelligent capture and analysis tools to eliminate PSTs

Returning to the topic of PSTs, but only because you can never have enough of these pestilent files, after I wrote about Microsoft’s new Office....More

Exchange 2013 CU9 appears alongside roll-up updates for Exchange 2007 SP3 and Exchange 2010 SP3

It’s a sad but true fact that all computer software loses some of its “edginess” as its lifecycle progresses. When Exchange 2013....More

Microsoft updates Exchange ActiveSync to ensure that mobile clients stay connected

The news that Microsoft is releasing a new version of the Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) protocol (16) into Office 365 might have passed you by. It....More

How Exchange's new ever-expanding archive mailbox works

Microsoft’s announcement of their intention to enable a “truly bottomless archive” for Office 365 enterprise tenants might have....More

Granular administrative roles appear in Office 365

Since its launch, Office 365 has operated on the basis that tenant administrators control everything on behalf of a customer. If your account has....More

Managing user mailboxes to specific quotas with retention policies

A little while ago, some of the Exchange MVPs were discussing a company’s desire to have size-based archiving rather than the age-based....More

ESEUTIL is now the evil utility

ESEUTIL has a long history with Exchange. A command-line utility that has clung magnificently to the same interface since Exchange 4.0, ESEUTIL used....More

Microsoft claims 35% of Exchange installed base is now on Office 365

In an attempt to catch up with everything that happened at the recent Microsoft Ignite conference, I listened to the Channel 9 recording of a session....More
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