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  • Best practices for managing Office 365 from Active Directory

    After moving to the cloud, you'll need to manage the parts of Exchange that don't show up in Active Directory.

  • Customize Exchange ActiveSync settings for virtual directories

    Knowing the settings for the mailbox server and the Client Access server role is the key to customizing ActiveSync virtual directories.

  • Mitigating Active Directory restore challenges

    Independent backup expert Brien Posey offers some tips on how you can avoid challenges associated with restoring Active Directory from a backup.

  • Is a single Office 365 tenant better than using multiple tenants?

    For some organizations, a single Office 365 tenant may not be enough. Certain scenarios, such as ensuring data stored in the cloud is within certain regions, could mean that your company needs to provision mailboxes or manage end users in more...

  • Four essential tasks to complete before migrating to Exchange 2013

    Preparing for a migration to Exchange Server 2013 is no small feat. There are a number of tasks you must complete before you can even begin installing the Exchange 2013 pieces. We'll cover some of the most important tasks you'll have to complete...

  • Critical namespace configurations in Exchange Server 2013

    One of the main considerations when installing Exchange Server 2013 is the namespace configuration. The namespace is one of those things you need to get right the first time because it can be difficult or impossible to change later.

    The...

  • Options for backing up Active Directory

    George Crump of Storage Switzerland offers insight on finding the best choice for backing up Active Directory in this Expert Answer.

  • Configure essential tasks in an Exchange CAS deployment

    The Exchange Server 2013 Client Access Server deployment process is relatively straightforward, but there's a considerable amount of work to do before you can actually use the new servers. Here are the most important configuration tasks you'll...

  • Exchange 2013 SP1 features that will make admins happy

    Microsoft released Service Pack 1 -- also known as Cumulative Update 4 -- for Exchange Server 2013 in February of this year. Admins anticipated this update, as the Service Pack 1 era typically precludes the start of many migration projects. It's...

  • Patching and monitoring in a hybrid Exchange deployment

    All too often, people think that once they move to Office 365, they no longer have to manage on-premises Exchange servers. This can be true, especially if you move to an Exchange Online-only deployment. But this doesn't apply to...

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