Microsoft is constantly updating and improving services; it’s a hallmark of Office 365. The constant Office 365 updates are great for me, providing new content and tips to share with you on a regular basis.
The Microsoft Exchange team recently made significant improvements in moving on-premises email from Exchange to Exchange Online. Here’s a breakdown of the new Exchange migration options for Office 365. Read More
Microsoft recently announced a new DAG copy activation feature that will be available in Exchange 2016 CU2, but before we talk about that, I’d like to do a quick refresher on how database copy activation works currently and will continue to work for Exchange 2013 and 2010. Read More
In Part 1 of this series, we covered the basis of setting up filtering for AAD Connect and the details of setting up domain filtering. In this part of the series we’ll get into setting up OU based filtering. Read More
With the latest Cumulative Updates for Exchange server 2013 and 2016 Microsoft has made a change to “Mailbox Anchoring”. What does this mean? Why did they do it? How will it affect me? Read on, and I shall attempt to explain. Read More
Recently Exchange 2010 reached the end of mainstream support. Depending on how much you like click bait websites, you may have heard (or imagined as most certainly happened with some bloggers) all kinds of different things that might mean. Well never fear citizen. I am here to explain what that means for you, and just what you should do about it. Read More