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  • Jul 31, 2014
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    Office 365 by the numbers - an ever-increasing trajectory

    Last November, I attempted to figure out how many Office 365 paid subscribers Microsoft had signed up on the basis of their reported $1.5 billion annual run-rate (at the time). I concluded that some 15.625 million paid subscriptions were in place on the basis of an average $8/month fee....More
  • Jul 29, 2014
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    Yammer - a technology still looking for a solution?

    The news that Yammer co-founder David Sacks is leaving Microsoft comes as no surprise. It is the nature of the beast that those who create a technology usually leave soon after that technology is bought and absorbed by a larger company. After all, they have lost control of their creation and have been richly compensated for that fact. Moving on to a new challenge is a natural reaction....More
  • Jul 24, 2014
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    Lingering entries for long-deleted servers

    Another post, another whinge about something that really should be fixed in Exchange 2013....More
  • Jul 22, 2014
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    The changing nature of email NDRs

    We’ve all received NDRs, or non-delivery reports, the way that email servers attempt to be friendly to users when informing them that their email has not been delivered. NDRs have been with us since the very early days of email and several Internet Task Force (IETF) Request for Comments (RFCs) have addressed the need for email servers to generate NDRs in a common format. Given the use of SMTP as the de facto email connectivity standard for many years now (does anyone still use X.400?), you’d expect that NDRs would be a well-rounded feature of any self-respecting email server....More
  • Jul 21, 2014
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    Challenges await as Microsoft dumps MEC, TechEd (and other conferences) for a mega-event 4

    Microsoft has announced their intention to run a unified technology event in Chicago in the first week of May, 2015. The new event will replace the previous Lync, SharePoint, Exchange (MEC), Management Summit, TechEd and Project conferences. In short, it’s the mega-conference, a new event that combines technology updates for all of the Office servers plus MMS, which seems like a curious add-on to the Office fold....More
  • Jul 17, 2014
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    Protect users by suppressing Outlook's conflict resolution reports

    Most of the time Outlook just gets on with the job of sending and receiving email. But then from time to time some odd items appear, like conflict resolution reports....More
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