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Patching time is here

Patching time is here, happiness and cheer! That’s right campers, it’s the last month of the quarter and Microsoft has released the quarterly Exchange updates.

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Installing Exchange 2016 into an existing Exchange 2010 org: The prep work

So you want to install Exchange 2016 into your existing organization, and you’re running Exchange 2010 today? In this miniseries, we’re going to go through exactly that.

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ICYMI: The Exchange month in review, November 2015

At the beginning of each month, we will run down a list with links to some of the most significant posts, KB articles, and more, all related to Exchange. November 2015 is our debut month.

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What admins need to know about Outlook 2016

The Exchange Team at Microsoft recently posted a very good article that goes into some detail about the latest release of the Outlook client for Windows. Here are its highlights.

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In case you missed it, Exchange 2016 hit GA!

I have to apologize, because I couldn’t have timed my eight week vacation in a hermetic monastery any worse. While I was gone, Exchange 2016 released to General Availability!

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Best practices for virtualizing Exchange – part three: IaaS

Whether virtualization is done on-premises, or in the cloud, reducing physical machine counts in favour of increasing virtual machine counts is a trend that continues to grow. Today we talk about IaaS.

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Nothing to see here folks… Move along

A security research company called Cybereason published a blog post about an APT targeting OWA. Microsoft then published a blog post that says, in essence, nothing to see here folks, move along.

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Best practices for virtualizing Exchange – part two: Hyper-V

It seems like everyone is moving to virtualize as much as they can so in part two of three of our Virtualizing Exchange posts we talk about using Hyper-V.

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Hey Tumblr, WTH Were You Thinking?

Bad guys try their level-best to impersonate legitimate services, so the last thing we need is a legitimate service impersonating the bad guys, but that is EXACTLY what Tumblr did.

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Best practices for virtualizing Exchange – Part 1: VMware

When you consider how many Exchange servers a company needs to have, and how critical it is for them to be highly available and fault tolerant, virtualizing them just makes sense.

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