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  • Apr 14, 2016

    Recycled email addresses and Outlook nicknames 1

    The revelations (last October) that Microsoft is quietly recycling email addresses from its Hotmail, Live, and Outlook.com domains might have come as a surprise to some. According to an email statement from Microsoft to PCWorld.com cited in the article, when an account becomes inactive, “the email account is automatically queued for deletion from our servers....More
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    Aug 21, 2014

    The Three Best Outlook Tips for Power Users

    The cleaner employees can keep their Outlook folders, the fewer burdens are placed on the Exchange server. Here’s what users can do to make their Outlook experience a tad bit easier....More
  • Jan 2, 2014

    Some well-loved Exchange products expire in 2014 - or at least, their support expires - time to upgrade! 4

    As we enter 2014, I’m sure that you are all looking back on 2013 and wondering how the year went by so quickly. For many, it was time to begin the process of finally bringing Exchange 2013 into production after Microsoft released the necessary updates for Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010, and a set of cumulative updates, the latest of which (Exchange 2013 CU3) seems to be pretty stable and dependable.  ...More

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