Last Updated on 28 Jan. 2015, Total: 985 Blog Posts

  1. Office 365: Microsoft Peering Agreements

    Ever wondered how Microsoft is capable of delivering superior performance for the Office 365 workloads?... Read More

  2. Still using Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server? Make your move soon!

    Back in September 2012, in order to better align security and protection solutions with the workloads and applications they protect, we announced changes to the roadmaps of some of the security solutions offered under the Forefront brand... Read More

  3. Enhanced email protection with DKIM and DMARC in Office 365

    Spoofing is a common challenge that enterprises face in today’s world, which can lead to increased spam and more intensified phishing campaigns... Read More

  4. System Center Management Pack for Office 365

    The Office 365 Management Pack for Operations Manager is designed for the following versions of System Center Operations Manager: • System Center Operations Manager 2012 • System Center Operations Manager 2012 SP1 • System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2... Read More

  5. Drive Shipping and Network Based Data Import for Office 365

    One more very cool thing that we will introduce later this year. Driveshipping to the datacenters. Not only US but also the other datacenter regions... Read More

  6. Does the new 150 MB message size limit apply to third party tools?

    That depends but typically no... Read More

  7. Office 365: Using IP based access in your firewall for clients access?

    This is super important to know... Read More

  8. Office 365 Exchange Online message size onboarding limit increase

    You asked for it. Here you go... Read More

  9. DAG Witness Server in Azure IaaS now supported!

    I’m happy to announce support for use of an Azure virtual machine as an Exchange 2013 Database Availability Group witness server. Automatic datacenter failover in Exchange 2013 requires three physical sites, but many of our customers with stretched DAGs only have two physical sites deployed today. By enabling the use of Azure as a third physical site, this provides many... Read More

  10. Concerning Trends Discovered During Several Critical Escalations

    Over the last several months, I have been involved in several critical customer escalations (what we refer to as critsits) for Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013. As a result of my involvement, I have noticed several common themes and trends. The intent of this blog post is to describe some of these common issues and problems, and hopefully this post... Read More

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