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Category: MS Exchange Server

Email archiving: Why it’s different from a backup — and why you must do it

Email archiving is crucial to store and retrieve important documents and to ensure that a company never runs the risk…

Configuring Exchange 2019 and Exchange Online in Full Hybrid mode

By following this step-by-step tutorial, you should have no problems connecting an on-premises Exchange 2019 organization to an Office 365…

Exchange ActiveSync: What it is and how you can use it

Exchange ActiveSync is a proprietary protocol that syncs your mobile device with your Exchange mailbox. In this article, we'll see…

How archiving emails can ease the load on your Exchange Server

If your Exchange Server is overtaxed, archiving emails can make it run more efficiently while also reducing your backup and…

How to smite spam with SPF, DKIM, and DMARK: A guide for email admins

SPF, DKIM, or DMARK: No, this is not an eyechart. If you are an email admin, these acronyms can keep…

Deploying Exchange 2019 on Windows Server 2016 core in Azure

Hosting email on Exchange 2019 lets organizations retain complete control of their email environments. Here’s how to deploy Exchange 2019…

Enterprise collaboration battle royale: Facebook vs. Microsoft vs. Slack

The enterprise collaboration market has become a competitive battlefield as Slack, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google dig in and fight it…

Microsoft releases preview build of Exchange Server 2019

If you want to get a look at Exchange Server 2019, Microsoft has a preview build available for download. Here…

Exchange Services disabled? Here’s how to turn them back on

Here’s an all-too-common situation. You suddenly find your Exchange Services disabled. Get them up and running again quickly with PowerShell.

Microsoft unveils new architecture for Exchange Server

A new architecture for Exchange Server and Office 365 hybrid customers means users can unlock Enterprise Mobility + Security capabilities…