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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Pondering the connections made by Office Delve

On September 11, I reported that I consider Office Delve “to be possibly the most interesting new technology introduced into Office 365 since....More

The fallacy of the workstation File Share Witness

The hoary old theory that you can use a Windows 7/8 workstation to act as the witness server for an Exchange Database Availability Group (DAG) has....More

Appointments reappear in OWA calendar as one Chrome bug is fixed

Users of Outlook Web App (OWA) who like to use the Chrome browser have run into choppy waters recently. As it turns out, three distinct problems are....More

Why Exchange Online now preserves BCC and DL information in message headers

If you browse the Office 365 roadmap, you might come across “Preserving DL membership and BCC for Exchange In-place hold” as one of the....More

Microsoft turns off the last public folder in their internal Exchange deployment

News has emerged from Microsoft that they managed to shut off the last on-premises public folder in September 2014, some 18 years after the original....More

Exchange: the gateway drug to the cloud

In an unsurprising comment, at least to me, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at the recent Gartner conference that: “Office 365 is the new....More

Google Chrome and Office Servers - the continuing saga

Following along from the showModalDialog fiasco affecting Outlook Web App (OWA) and the Exchange Administration Center (EAC) in Exchange 2013,....More

Email and the evolving state of Office 365 collaboration features

Reading the Forbes.com report describing how Thierry Breton, the Chairman and CEO of Atos has been attempting to eradicate email when it comes to....More

A personal view of the HP split

The news that HP plans to split itself into two separate companies, broadly speaking one to cover the enterprise space (servers, software, and....More

Memories of Microsoft IT's 7-node mega-Exchange 2003 cluster

Depending on your taste and the topic under discussion, nostalgia can be either mind-bendingly boring or terrifically interesting. A few weeks ago, I....More
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