Microsoft Exchange

Installing Exchange 2016 on Windows Server 2016? Not so fast!

If you are considering deploying the latest Exchange on the latest version of Windows Server, be aware there’s a major and yet unfixed bug.

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Cached versus Online mode – which one is better for you?

Various configuration scenarios fit companies differently. Whether your Outlook users will be using cached or online mode depends on a wide range of factors.

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New ways to connect: MAPI over HTTP

With the workforce going mobile, connecting with on-site Exchange servers became a challenge. This new protocol provides a secure and reliable solution.

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Troubleshooting Exchange Backups

One of the most important things you can do to insure business continuity, disaster recovery, and happy executives, is to perform Exchange backups on a regular and a frequent basis. If your backups often fail, here are the solutions to the most common issues.

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Why is using PSTs in 2016 a bad idea?

Using outdated technologies created for personal use in an enterprise environment has never been a good idea. Using Outlook’s PST files in 2016 is a typical example of such a poor practice.

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What the Future Brings for Emails in SMBs

Many modern-day business prophets have predicted the demise of email in companies, but it’s still here, alive and kicking. What will the future bring for this channel of business communication?

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Quarterly updates for Exchange are out – Q2 2016

Just in time for summer holidays, BBQs, and fireworks, Microsoft has released the latest series of Cumulative Updates for Exchange 2016 and 2013, as well as Update Rollups for Exchange 2010 and 2007.

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Cool tools to use – OffCAT 2.2

There are dozens of tools out there that help Exchange sysadmins run their systems, optimize them, troubleshoot them, and monitor them. OffCAT 2.2 is one of them.

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