Microsoft has new tools to migrate public folders (the “cockroaches of Exchange”) to Office 365 Groups. Sounds good. The good news is that the tools work, even if they need a lot of manual oversight. ISVs offer tools to do the same job with more automation. The choice is yours!
Hardware vendors publish their solutions for Exchange through the Microsoft ESRP. The only thing is that some of the solutions are illogical and unworkable. In fact, some solutions are simply ridiculous. Sure, you could implement them – but at what cost and what level of reliability. But the solutions get your attention and that’s their purpose.
Surprisingly, Microsoft has never included a central method to manage user autosignatures within the cloud or on-premises versions of Exchange. Which means that you must let users manage their signatures, build your own tools, or deploy a commercial solution.
The quarterly cumulative updates for Exchange Server quietly appeared with little fuss this week. Meanwhile, in cloud land, Office 365 continues the crusade to eradicate distribution lists with new bulk conversions to Office 365 Groups.
Microsoft is obviously putting a lot of effort into improving the functionality available in the OWA and Outlook clients, but only for Office 365 users. It’s now got to the point where on-premises customers must be wondering where their next update will arrive. The answer may be “Never”.
Microsoft has fixed the IIS crash that caused problems for Windows 2016 DAG members in Exchange 2016 CU4. Exchange 2013 also gets its quarterly overhaul of fixes in CU15.
Make your Exchange administration tasks much easier with the help of these Windows PowerShell solutions.
Learn how to enable Self-Service Password Resets for OWA users in Microsoft Exchange 2013 in our latest article on OWA password change management.
In this detailed walkthrough, learn to take control of the Change Password feature in Outlook Web Access (OWA) for Exchange 2013.
Microsoft Exchange 2013 SP1 is a solid update. Check out its new features, including Windows Server 2012 R2 Support, Show Command Logging, and more!
Missed TechEd 2013? We got your back! Check out the latest Microsoft Exchange 2013 news from the conference.
Interested in Exchange Server 2013? Check out our look the new, improved features as well as the misses and gotchas.
Installing Exchange Server 2013 isn’t too different from previous versions, but beware of some gotchas. Learn more in our guide to installing Exchange 2013.