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  • Blog Post: A better way to recover a mailbox

    The process of recovering deleted users or mailboxes in a hybrid or cloud-only organization can be frustrating. When dealing with these scenarios, customers would sometimes end up with multiple mailboxes for a single user, find that some emails are missing, or even lose data associated with other services...
  • Blog Post: How to Configure S/MIME in Office 365

    S/MIME in Office 365 S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) is a standard for public key encryption and digital signing of MIME data. Configuring S/MIME in Office 365 is a slightly different procedure than configuring S/MIME on-premises. This blog is for people who want to move from on...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the IMAP Migration Troubleshooter

    Situation If transitioning your organization from a non-Exchange system such as Google or Lotus Notes to Office 365, you typically need to follow the IMAP migration path. As diagnosing and remediating any issues you might run into during such a migration can be difficult for people unfamiliar with the...
  • Blog Post: Keep your Federation Trust up-to-date

    Microsoft periodically refreshes certificates in Office 365 as part of our effort to maintain a highly available and secure environment. On September 23, 2014, we are making a certificate change on our Microsoft Federation Gateway that could affect some customers as detailed in knowledge base article...
  • Blog Post: Important update available for Exchange Server 2013 hybrid deployments

    Update 8/26/14 : changed the resolution to include the release of Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 6 (CU6). An important update is now available to resolve issues customers are currently experiencing when using the Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) to create a new or manage an existing hybrid deployment...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Online Migration Guided Walk Through (GWT) released

    Challenge Over the last year, as more customers have gone down the path of Hybrid Migration, we have seen more questions and forum posts on the subject. When looking at the reasons for this, it seemed clear that customers are in need of some additional guidance on how and when to perform troubleshooting...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 URL based filtering is just better and easier to sustain

    One of the requirements for properly integrating with Microsoft Office 365 is to ensure that your clients and (in some instances such as hybrid Exchange) servers have access to all of the proper endpoints. To achieve this, most customers simply allow their clients internet access and there is no outbound...
  • Blog Post: Hybrid Mailbox moves and EMC changes

    As customers are upgraded or sign up for the latest version of Office 365 for business, they may notice some changes in their recipient and organization management experience. For instance, we now allow the Organization and Hybrid Migration management experience to be initiated from the Exchange Administration...
  • Blog Post: Part 4: IIS ARR as a Reverse Proxy and Load balancing solution for O365 Exchange Online in a Hybrid Configuration

    Based on the feedback I received it looks like our readers enjoyed the previous set of articles ( Part 1 , Part 2 , and Part 3 ) that were published about IIS ARR and because of that, the pirates Arrr!!! back with another article on how to use IIS ARR for O365 Exchange Online Hybrid configurations. ...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2013 Deployment Assistant Updated!

    We’re happy to announce the latest updates to the Exchange Server 2013 Deployment Assistant ! We’ve updated the Deployment Assistant to include the following new scenarios: Upgrading from a mixed Exchange 2007/Exchange 2010 deployment to Exchange 2013 Configuring an Exchange 2013...