Henrik Walther Blog

Last Updated on 2 Feb. 2016, Total: 1156 Blog Posts

Written by Henrik Walther, the intention with this blog is to deliver the best content when it comes to information, news, tips and tweaks for the Microsoft Exchange Server product. There is a discussion on various aspects of Exchange administration and management with a very special focus on Exchange Server 2010.

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  1. Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery now enables export to third-party review apps

    Companies must address the challenges of storing and organizing vast and exponentially increasing quantities of data so they can quickly be responsive to a litigation, investigation or regulatory eDiscovery requests. Complying with regulatory and legal requirements along the entire eDiscovery lifecycle is absolutely critical... Read More

  2. Exchange Public Folder Mailbox Limit Increased from 100 to 1,000

    We are happy to reveal that we’re increasing the number of public folder mailboxes in Exchange from 100 to 1,000. More Public Folder mailboxes means more storage space capacity for public folders. This increase will facilitate the migration of very large Public Folders from on-premises Exchange Server to Exchange Online. This increase has already begun rolling out to Exchange Online... Read More

  3. Working. Evolved.

    Matches very well with my reality and I like it... Read More

  4. Office 365 expanding its DKIM-signing to consumer brands & adding default signatures to enterprise email traffic

    Office365 and Hotmail/outlook.com teams are making some changes with regards to DKIM-signing in both services. They believe in sender authentication, especially with regards to DKIM, and plan to sign 100% of all email in both services... Read More

  5. Introduction to the new Azure Portal

    In this video Byron Tardif, a Program Manager on the Azure team, spends some time discussing the new Azure Portal that was recently released. It was a great video that helped me get up to speed on some of the nuances of working with Azure Apps moving forward. There are also some interesting features that I did not know about!... Read More

  6. Cloud PBX with Skype for Business—simplify communications in the cloud

    With Skype for Business Cloud PBX (Private Branch Exchange), users can globally manage calls right within Office 365 and eliminate separate PBX systems for information workers. This provides users with access everywhere, so they can make, receive and transfer calls from mobiles, tablets and PCs from nearly anywhere with Internet access. It also provides consolidated management, so the Office 365... Read More

  7. Coming up in the next quarter: new features in EOP

    2016 is already here and we have some new and exciting features in EOP. Right now, these features are in preview and you should be seeing them in production soon. Stay tuned, as I will announce the public availability for each and every one of them... Read More

  8. Optimize your Network Infrastructure for Microsoft’s cloud + New Posters

    Is your organization trying to get a handle on how to evolve your networking infrastructure for a cloud-based world? Just what are the new paradigms and skill sets you need to master to ensure current and future optimal access to your workloads running in Azure?... Read More

  9. Leading the way in the fight against dangerous email threats

    A typical month for the Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Online Protection team might be considered atypical for most. In our fight against spam and malware, we process over 200 billion emails each month and block 10 million spam messages every minute. That’s the norm for our malicious threat protection efforts—but we don’t stop there. As email attackers around the globe... Read More

  10. Improving the Microsoft Enterprise Network for Public Cloud Connectivity

    Microsoft IT experienced network-related challenges as it moved its application portfolio to the public cloud. To address these challenges, it took a series of steps to improve network performance and reliability, which included analyzing network traffic flow changes, redesigning the corporate network edge to the Internet, and adding ExpressRoute connections for Microsoft Azure... Read More

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