Category Archives: Exchange 2013

What Microsoft needs to do to fix modern public folders


The amiable Kanika Ramji, program manager for Exchange public folders, might have gulped a little when she saw the packed crowd at the “Experts Unplugged” session covering Exchange’s longest-lasting and most-persistent collaboration technology at the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) on … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Digest: March 2014


March 2014 saw a lot of preparatory effort for the Microsoft Exchange Conference in Austin, which took place at the end of the month. However, before we got to MEC, we had to cope with a late breaking bug for … Continue reading

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Tony Redmond’s Guide to MEC 2014 – Slicing and dicing the data


One of the worse things that can happen at a technology conference is to turn up for a session that you really want to attend only to find that the room is packed out and you can’t even get inside … Continue reading

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What caused the crippling of Exchange 2013 modern public folders?


Now that the initial fuss about the limitations that recently emerged for Exchange 2013’s modern public folders has subsided (but just a little), cooler minds turn to thinking about why these limitations exist. After all, there doesn’t seem to be … Continue reading

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When experts disagree, Exchange deployments stumble


I seldom leap in to criticize people who write about Exchange because a) everyone is perfectly entitled to their own opinion about technology (good or bad as that might be) and b) it’s up to the reader of any article … Continue reading

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Talking Exchange 2013 on RunAs Radio


Last week I chatted with Richard Campbell, the genial host of RunAs Radio, about the release of Exchange 2013 SP1, why companies wait for the first service pack to appear before they consider deploying a Microsoft server application, the best … Continue reading

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Tony Redmond’s Guide to MEC 2014 sessions


Happy St. Patrick’s Day… Some of you have been kind enough to ask what sessions I will be attending at the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC). I assume this is because you don’t want to bump into me, which is totally … Continue reading

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Exchange 2013 modern public folder limitations – what next?


I’m sure that you all enjoyed the breaking news about the restrictions that exist for public folder mailboxes and the public folder hierarchy in the new, improved, and much-hyped modern public folders implemented in Exchange 2013 (and Exchange Online in … Continue reading

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Exchange 2013 public folders crippled by newly revealed limits


A page appeared on TechNet on February 24, 2014 titled “Limits for Public Folders.” Not much news there, I thought, we all know that public folders have limitations, even the modern variety as used in both Exchange 2013 and Exchange … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Digest – February 2014


The big news in February 2014 was the release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (build 847.32), the much-awaited version long deemed as “the” software worthy for deployment in many corporate environments. SP1 includes many new features and … Continue reading

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