Archive for the ‘Microsoft Exchange’ Category

A look into soon-to-be implemented Microsoft Exchange Online security features

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

Microsoft Exchange Online Security is a deep concern of today. Theirs is not a single internet-enable device that can be compromised on security. Same goes with Microsoft Products. Today, it’s about Exchange Online Protection and what Microsoft is planning to enhance Exchange Online Security.

Users have been using Basic Authentication while making connections with services, servers and endpoints for a long time. In this type of authentication method, the application simply sends user name and password with each request.  This has been a simple solution, which was good in old days but due to the rise in cyber-attacks methods, something more secure was needed to improve the user experience of Exchange Online.

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The latest Exchange memory calculator announced with trendy features

Friday, August 2nd, 2019

After the wide popularity of exchange 2016 sizing calculator, Microsoft has announced Exchange Server 2019 Sizing Calculator as the latest exchange memory calculator. Now, has been completed in development phase. For a long it has been under the development phase, since the launch of Exchange Server 2019 actually and since then, there has been some time to figure out the usability requirements, a few features added and few deprecated until now that is properly developed and launched.

Better improvements for Virtualization support

Cloud Computing experts predict that the future of cloud computing lies in better and improved virtualization. This has been taken into account in the latest version of exchange 2019. In the exchange 2016 sizing calculator, there were features like Environment Configuration, Backup Configuration and many other features. In this version, better exchange memory calculator features are introduced. There are disk space requirement calculator and CPU requirements calculator. The calculator makes use of all necessary inputs to figure out the available resources.

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3 essential features to implement in your cloud business when shifting to Exchange Online

Thursday, April 18th, 2019

From a Cloud expert’s point of view Shifting to Exchange Online requires major planning before execution. For exchange users, there are many Providers out there which plan migrations for you and provide after migration support too. Either it is “lift-and-shift” or deep cloud integration, it is always essential to know the exact details of shifting to Exchange Online and how it can affect your organization. Today, we are going to tell you three essential features that you must utilize for your company once you have opted for Exchange 2019 online migration.

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An insight into Exchange Online Migration troubleshooting with Fiddler Extension

Monday, January 21st, 2019

Many Organizations face a lot of difficulties during Microsoft Exchange Online migration process. For this, Microsoft provides support in a variety of areas like troubleshooting Outlook while users attempt to link Office 365 mailbox, connectivity issues etc. many tools are being used extensively to cater Exchange Online migration problems like Support and Recovery Assistant (SARA), Outlook ETL files and Fiddler traces.

Fiddler is a favorite tool of providers when they provide Exchange support. Hence, Microsoft has introduced a Fiddler extension for the assistance of Outlook and Exchange Online. Anyone in contact with Microsoft Support or some other support can have access to this extension. Let’s dig into this and see what Microsoft has to offer this time.

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The All New Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 is Here

Friday, November 9th, 2018

The wait is finally over and all the Microsoft Enthusiasts can now get their hands on the new Microsoft Exchange Server 2019.

The final release is available to download form Volume Licensing Service Center. The latest release of Microsoft Exchange Server has been designed to deliver attributes that the valued on-premise exchange online customers expected the most. exchange server 2019 announcedThese features are: improved performance and improved administration, security and management capabilities.

The new and improved search technology and scalability improvements have been highlighted. Its architecture has improved with the feature of security in mind. Further, the failovers are made more reliable, connectivity is simplified and calendar man agent is made easier. Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 supports EAI/ IDN email routing and uses Windows Server Core with less code churn with more stability. All these features are ultimately delighting the end users and Microsoft enthusiast even more.

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Understanding Microsoft Exchange Server 2019

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Microsoft plans to announce their next version of Exchange Server sometime in 2018 and it’ll be called Microsoft Exchange Server 2019.

Microsoft Exchange 2019

Quite recently the preview of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 was released. This version is promised to deliver security, reliable performance and improved administration along with management capabilities. Generally, there is a pattern that new features are first introduced in Exchange Online and later in on-premises Exchange. For on-premises users, it is either used as an entirely new release, or introduced to them as cumulative updates. Here’s what to expect from the latest Exchange Server 2019 according to its public preview:

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Expected Features To Be Seen In Microsoft Exchange Server 2019

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

With the era of the new release of Microsoft Exchange approaching fast, it is high time we should mention what is expected of the new Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 release especially for on-premises users.

It has been seen that Microsoft follows a pattern of first releasing new features for Exchange Online before the features are introduced in Exchange on-premises in a later release or frequent upgrade for the on premises users. This year again, the much anticipated features for on-premise users are about to be previewed towards the mid of 2018 and will be finally released in the latest Microsoft Exchange 2019 towards the end of 2018. This release is expected to depict improvements in four different areas: Security, Manageability, Usability and Compliance.

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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.

At this time, when it has already been an year now; we can assist you the best for all of your new Exchange deployments as well as migration from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016 based on your choice. There are difference pathways for you to move from existing deployment to new one and we will take care of all complexities involved making the whole migration process just seamless for you. Our certified technology specialists will ensure properly planning, preparation, setup, configuration and readying the production environment for you as per pre-decided timelines so you will not have to worry about any deliverables and ultimately your time to market.

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MachPanel Integrates Microsoft Exchange 2016

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

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