Posted by: Matt Gervais
Exchange Server, Office 365, Outlook
If you’ve followed SearchExchange.com for a year or more, you know that around this time every year, we begin compiling our “best of” lists to publish around the holidays. We typically list our top Exchange Server administration tips of the past year, as well as our top Outlook and OWA tips, as a treat for our readers. It’s a chance to see which articles were most popular and an opportunity to view top tips that you might have missed.
This year, I want to get the holiday season started a little early, so I’m offering readers a look back at some articles I’ve hand-selected that may not have been viewed as much as others, but are certainly worth a second look.
If you haven’t bookmarked the five Exchange-related blogs detailed in this list, you should do so now. (You can thank me later.)
Long-time expert and Exchange guru Tony Redmond weighed in on Microsoft certification changes back in May.
These Exchange and Outlook add-ons are great for two reasons: They’ll simplify your job, and they’re free.
Many companies use SharePoint and Exchange but fail to take advantage of all the potential integration benefits. In this Q&A with Errin O’Connor of the EPC Group, we discussed best practices, common issues and much more.
Two nonprofits weighed both Office 365 and Google Apps and came to different decisions. Read up on their reasons why.
Most of your users probably use Gmail. They may ask you to set up Gmail in their Outlook client, or they might have already attempted to configure it themselves. Either way, it pays to know about the various options.
What would you like to see in 2013? Shoot me an email and let me know.