Tag Archives: Exchange Online

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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User interfaces are no way to assess Google vs Office 365


I’m always interested when companies put their technologists forward as the public face of the company’s expertise in different areas. The idea is that the technologist will wow the readership with deep insights into technology that causes the readers to … 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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On-premises Exchange and OWA for Devices


Everyone got all excited yesterday with the announcement that Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) was available for download together with updates for Exchange 2010 SP3 and Exchange 2007 SP3 to allow those versions to play nicely with (but not … Continue reading

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Office 365 message encryption and HABs


Some interesting things happened in the Office 365 world this week. First, Microsoft announced that message encryption is now being rolled out to customers to fulfil their goal of providing a method to encrypt messages sent to any recipient rather … Continue reading

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Outlook Web App 2013 and mail public folders


Following up the post about migrating public folders to the modern version introduced in Exchange 2013, an entry in a TechNet forum asked whether Outlook Web App (OWA) supported shared calendars held in public folders. This came as a kind … Continue reading

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Managing Exchange ActiveSync device partnerships (in a world where we all use too many devices)


This is the text of an article that I wrote for Windows IT Pro magazine that was never published. It might be of some interest and use to folks grappling with ActiveSync partnerships, so I decided to publish it here. … Continue reading

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Did Exchange ActiveSync help Apple to beat RIM?


Now that the dust has settled down after the publication of my recent interview with Perry Clarke, Microsoft VP for Exchange development, it’s a good time to reflect on some of the statements made by Perry and the reaction that … Continue reading

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