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  • Dec 18, 2014
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    The Confusion around Yammer and Office 365 Groups 2

    I wrote about my experiences of using Microsoft’s Yammer-based Office 365 Community network last July and concluded that Yammer seemed to be a technology looking for a solution to fill....More
  • Dec 16, 2014
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    Exchange Online increases eDiscovery mailbox limit and boasts better performance too

    The Office 365 Roadmap is a great place to look for information about what’s coming up in the cloud-based versions of the Office servers and potentially new versions of their on-premises counterparts. Browsing the “Rolling Out” section recently, I noticed that an entry saying “Exchange eDiscovery mailbox search limit increased to 10K mailboxes,” which prompted some investigation....More
  • Dec 15, 2014
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    Eight Email Faux Pas That Need to Die

    Sponsored Blog When email is something we use every day, it’s easy to miss some of the silly things we do that prevent us from using it as effectively as possible, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Skipping the basics like forgotten attachments, this list covers email usage crimes you might not even know you’re committing. Attaching the wrong thing...More
  • Dec 10, 2014
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    Exchange 2010 SP3 RU8 withdrawn due to bug in MAPI RPC layer (V2 now available)

    Microsoft released Exchange 2010 SP3 RU8 yesterday alongside Exchange 2013 CU7 and a slew of other updates, including MS14-075 security fixes. Today they have pulled the Exchange 2010 SP3 RU8 update because of a regressive bug discovered in the RPC client access layer....More
  • Dec 9, 2014
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    Exchange 2013 CU7 debuts along with security fixes and updates for Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007 2

    Exchange 2013 CU6 appeared on August 26 Eleven weeks later Microsoft was all set to release Exchange 2013 CU7 until some late-breaking issues forced the correct decision to delay CU7 until everything was right. A month on, build 1044.25 (KB2986485) is now available for your download pleasure. The usual and hopefully now-well understood caveat that you need to test any new build of Exchange thoroughly before deploying it into production applies to CU7....More
  • Dec 4, 2014
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    Chrome, iOS mail app, Groups, Clutter, and Novell - a mixed bag of updates

    Over the past few weeks I’ve been keeping an eye on what’s been happening with some new developments, extended stories, or stuff that just appears out of nowhere. It’s time to report on the current status to bring you all up to speed....More
  • Dec 3, 2014
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    Acompli acquisition transforms Microsoft mobile email client strategy

    One thing you can always be sure about when working with technology is that change is constant. When I wrote about Microsoft’s evolving mobile strategy for Exchange last May, it seemed pretty clear that Outlook Web App (OWA) was the driving factor to deliver user functionality....More
  • Dec 2, 2014
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    Grading Exchange 2013 in the two years since RTM

    Microsoft formally released Exchange 2013 (the Release to Manufacturing or RTM version) on December 3, 2012. For those who care about those things, the RTM build number was 516.032. Today, with Exchange 2013 CU7, the build number is 1044.xx. The question is how has Exchange 2013 done over two years, seven cumulative updates (including one formal service pack), and a difference of five hundred-odd in builds.   ...More
  • Nov 27, 2014
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    A clash between S/MIME and transport rules

    S/MIME support for Outlook Web App (OWA) is one of the resurrected features that makes its appearance in Exchange 2013 SP1. It’s much the same functionality as exists with Exchange 2010, with the exception that only recent versions of Internet Explorer (IE9 and above) are supported....More

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