Tag Archives: EAC

The odd case of Chrome and the disappearing Office 365 mailboxes


As some of you know, I use Office 365 for my production email service. I also use SharePoint and Lync, but email is often the reason why people move to a paid-for cloud service. You might be surprised that I … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Digest – January 2014


January is often a time for reflection. In my “Exchange Unwashed” blog over the past month I reflected on topics such as the need to carefully count Client Access Licenses, the impending deadline for support for some well-known and still-used … Continue reading

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Exchange 2013 simplifies DAG management


As I work through the process of understanding Exchange 2013 so that I can write about it for “Microsoft Exchange 2013 Inside Out”, various odd thoughts come into my mind. One of those that recently arrived was that Microsoft has … Continue reading

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Exchange 2013 Alerts


I’ve been critical about the features that have been dropped from the new browser-based Exchange Administration Center (EAC) console in Exchange 2013 when compared to its Exchange Management Console (EMC) predecessor as used by Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010.  I’ve … Continue reading

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Busy week, lots of commentary about Exchange 2013


It’s been a busy week. First, I ran into an Exchange 2013 bug (shock, horror, cover the eyes of any watching children) when MRS stubbornly refused to export the contents of a mailbox to a PST using the New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet. … Continue reading

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Missing functionality in Exchange 2013 EAC


I’ve spent quite a bit of time going through the new browser-based Exchange Administration Center (EAC), the replacement for the now aged Exchange Management Console (EMC) in Exchange 2013 to create content for Microsoft Exchange 2013 Inside Out. As I’ve gone … Continue reading

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Exchange 2013 EAC showing some frayed edges


Last July I wrote about the Exchange Administration Center (EAC) and how it was being introduced in Exchange 2013 to replace the creaking and slow Exchange Management Console (EMC) as featured in Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007. Now that we’ve … Continue reading

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Exchange Unwashed Digest August 2012


Another month has gone by so here’s the digest listing of posts to my “Exchange Unwashed” blog on WindowsITPro.com. After a year or so of posting to WindowsITPro, I’ve settled into a routine of publication every Tuesday and Thursday. Given … Continue reading

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Farewell EMC, welcome EAC – the end of Windows-based Exchange administration


In a conference room in Redmond, WA last February, Microsoft revealed to a group of Exchange MVPs that Exchange 2013 would only include a browser-based administration client. The era of traditional Microsoft Management Console (MMC)-based UIs such as the Exchange … Continue reading

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