Microsoft Exchange Server Administration News
April 05, 2016
Microsoft released updates for all supported versions of Exchange Server. The updates cover issues with mailbox anchoring in Exchange 2013 and improvements to lagged database copies.
December 07, 2015
The MVP program highlights technical concentration in 10 broad Microsoft categories, changing some MVP statuses and eliciting concern over expertise.
November 03, 2015
The preview of the Azure AD PowerShell module flexes its muscles by supporting MFA and device management.
October 27, 2015
In addition to design changes, Office 2016 offers new applications such as Clutter and Modern Attachments to make collaborating in the Exchange mail client much easier. Should you upgrade?
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A poison mailbox is a corrupted mailbox on the Exchange Server that causes disruptions on the Exchange database store. Continue Reading
Advanced Threat Analytics uses self-learning algorithms to compare normal user behavior to what is currently happening in an Exchange environment. Continue Reading
Configuring the properties for multiple Exchange mailboxes can be tedious, but the Exchange Administration Center makes this exercise relatively painless. Continue Reading
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PowerShell jockeys can turn to the Pester unit testing framework to ensure the code they write is up to snuff. Continue Reading
While allowing end users to access Exchange from multiple devices usually won't affect the server, it can quickly drive up licensing costs and help desk calls. Continue Reading
A subscription-based model allows an organization to choose an Office 365 license that fits its size and more importantly its needs. Continue Reading
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Admins must keep a close eye on Exchange Server to ensure it runs at peak performance. If cost is an issue, there are a number of free and low-cost tool options. Continue Reading
Exchange Server administrators have a number of ways to keep disaster from sinking a key part of the corporate infrastructure. Continue Reading
Email not being delivered? Administrators can run PowerShell commands to pinpoint outages and performance degradation during periods of heavy activity. Continue Reading
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Administrators who are familiar with PowerShell can use their skills to extract user mailbox information for Exchange Online reports. Continue Reading
There is no shortage of Exchange Server logs at the administrator's disposal. There are a number of tools available to analyze the data and help avoid future issues. Continue Reading
Exchange data is still available for users working in Outlook offline or Outlook on the web, but administrators may want to lock down certain settings. Continue Reading