Exchange 2013

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  • Feb 2, 2016
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    Synchronizing user photos across Office 365 workloads isn't easy

    One of those who read my post titled “Pretty Delve profiles need better synchronization” from last December came back with a question about how to manage user thumbnail photos across Office 365:...More
  • Jan 12, 2016
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    The woes of Exchange mailbox auditing

    Mailbox auditing seems like a pretty good thing to have in an email product, if only to answer the eternal question of who deleted a particular message from the mailbox. Exchange 2010 was the first version of the product to include mailbox auditing. The sad news is that not much has changed since in either the cloud or on-premises product, which is both worrying and not particularly good when considered in the context of Microsoft’s overall compliance strategy....More
  • Jan 5, 2016
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    Predicting the world of Exchange in 2016 6

    Last week I looked back on what happened in the world of on-premises and cloud Exchange during 2015. This week it’s time to consider what might come along in 2016. Of course, I don’t work for Microsoft, so anything outlined here is total speculation, all done in the best possible taste....More
  • Dec 31, 2015
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    Looking back at the world of Exchange in 2015 7

    On January 1, 2015, I published some predictions for 2015. Let’s see how well those predictions turned out....More
  • Dec 29, 2015
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    Probably not such a good idea to disable Managed Availability

    Two previous posts describe why a self-monitoring and healing capability is useful in software applications and provide an overview of how the Managed Availability framework provides these capabilities in Exchange 2013....More
  • Dec 24, 2015
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    Active Directory and Exchange - too tight for a rename 2

    1999 seems such a long time ago now, but that's when many of us first faced the need to deploy Active Directory (AD). For many companies, the need arose because Microsoft replaced the Exchange Directory Store (DS), used for Exchange 4.0 to 5.5, with Active Directory in Exchange 2000. The DS was very much like AD....More
  • Dec 8, 2015
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    Two years on: revisiting a conversation with Exchange development chief Perry Clarke

    Two years ago, I spoke with Perry Clarke, the development chief for Exchange (both on-premises and cloud) to discuss the current state of Exchange and how its technology was likely to evolve. We know how the influence of the cloud has affected the way that product development occurs and how quickly things now happen. I thought it would be interesting to look back on how Exchange has evolved in the period....More
  • Nov 24, 2015
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    Why Exchange 2016 ignores Outlook 2007

    Part of planning a deployment of a new on-premises release of Exchange is a review of client requirements. It’s therefore reasonable that anyone who is interested in deploying Exchange 2016 might start to look at clients to make sure that users will be able to access the new server after it is deployed. It’s also true that you might be interested in new clients if you want to deploy technology that’s only available in a specific client....More
  • Nov 17, 2015
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    Why Microsoft decided to keep deleted items in Exchange Online and why it might be the right decision 2

    Some interesting discussion has flowed into my mailbox since Microsoft announced their decision to stop cleaning out the Deleted Items folder of user mailboxes in Office 365. The announcement appeared on February 20 and started a 28-day countdown to implementation....More
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