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In a surprise development, Microsoft has released the source code for the Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) on GitHub...
Patches Available to Address Long-term Vulnerability On February 11, 2020, Microsoft patched every version of Exchange from 2010..
Another Day, Another Attack May 7 brought news of an attack on Exchange (on-premises) servers by Russian hackers...
Exchange and a Privilege Elevation Vulnerability An enormous amount has been written about the privilege elevation vulnerability in..
Last week’s revelation of an Exchange Server vulnerability certainly created quite a stir. Anything to do with security..
Exploiting Active Directory Dutch security researcher Dirk-Jan Mollema caused a stir when he reported an Exchange Server vulnerability..
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Planning a Hardware Refresh for Exchange? Although the success of Office 365 means the market for on-premises servers..
Auto-Signatures For All In the early days of email, we didn’t worry so much about applying signatures to..
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Outlook and OWA Offer Great Functionality, but Only for The Chosen A reader of Microsoft’s announcements on the..
Windows 2016 Redux Much to the relief of the Exchange development team, the Windows team has fixed the..
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