Archive for the ‘Microsoft Exchange’ Category

Address Book policy Routing Agent

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Before we jump directly on the solution, it will be vital to look at the background.

Working with Microsoft Exchange for a decade, specifically with multi-tenant Exchange deployments. I remember the days, when we use to segregate tenants via ACL approach, creating SG for a tenant, applying certain permissions on tenant AL, GAL, OAB and so on for segregation & Isolation. It was a nightmare, due to work load of support tickets because of all sort of misconfiguration, mistakes and on top of this very limited support by Microsoft itself because we were doing something critical to Exchange built-in nature.

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Microsoft Announces End of Mainstream Support for Exchange 2010

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Exchange 2010 Reaches End of Mainstream Support

Earlier 2015, Microsoft had announced the end of Exchange Server 2010 Mainstream support which means all existing deployments were subject to limited community support since an year now. One can imagine new problems coming up in production environment where support is highly essential to keep the business up and running which is not so easy now if you are still using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. With the end of mainstream support for Exchange 2010, you have to upgrade either to Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016 for stable platforms and being competitive.

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MachPanel Integrates Microsoft Exchange 2016

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

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What’s new when upgrading from Exchange 2013 to Exchange 2016?

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

Microsoft Exchange 2016 came up with a lot of new features, enhancements and service upgrades as compared to Exchange 2013 and earlier version. In the following, you will notice the new things (the most important ones to me) from Exchange 2013 when you are upgrading to Exchange 2016.Microsoft Exchange 2016 Control Panel

  • + Architecture

The main architectural difference in Exchange 2016 is about reduced number of server roles which are reduced to just to Mailbox role and Edge Transport role. Within, Exchange 2016 mailbox role all components of Exchange 2013 mailbox role and client access server role are included. Which means that all of the traditional mailbox role, transport service, mailbox databases and unified messaging services of Exchange 2013 are included in Exchange 2016 Mailbox role. In addition, the latest version of exchange includes abilities to proxy traffic from Exchange 2016 to Exchange 2013 and vice versa. The Edge transport role handles all of the inbound/outbound Internet mail flow and is more protected in Exchange 2016 as it minimizes the attack surface of exchange deployment by means of additional layers of security against viruses/spam and message control via transport rules.

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Microsoft Exchange 2016 – Get Started Now!

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015

Just recently Microsoft released Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 with a number of new features and improvements as compared to earlier versions of Exchange. The major highlights of the new Exchange server include architectural refinements, Outlook Web App (OWA) to be known as Outlook on the Web with plenty of enhancements, faster and simple search, improved reliability and enhanced Data Los Prevention (DLP) and a number of hybrid improvements. Below listed is just a brief of the major highlights:

Microsoft Exchange 2016 Control PanelOutlook on the Web

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