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Jun 2 2014   6:03PM GMT

May in review: the top Exchange Server content

Toni Boger Toni Boger Profile: Toni Boger

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In this feature, we round up the content that was most popular with our readers in the previous month.

For May, Exchange admins were interested in learning more about the value of PowerShell, Office 365 migrations and fixing corrupted files.

New tool simplifies migration to Office 365

This news story highlights a new tool aimed at easing Office 365 migrations. The tool may be an option for enterprises looking for an efficient way to carry out a hybrid migration, and it can also handle cutover migrations.

Easy ways to fix corrupted PST files

If you’re having issues with broken or corrupted PST files, there are options for repairing them and getting everything to work normally again. The best place admins can start is with the ScanPST.exe program.

Simplify how you learn PowerShell

Although starting from scratch is a good way for admins to increase their PowerShell skills level, another option to consider is using or tailoring scripts that have already been written to complete certain tasks.

Why it’s time to take on PowerShell scripting

Now that GUI is out of the picture for managing Exchange Server, admins need to up their scripting skills in PowerShell. Getting hands-on experience with the Exchange Management Shell is one of the keys to success.

Choose the best Office 365 migration approach

Businesses with complicated setups are warming up to Office 365, but they still have to decide the best way to migrate to Office 365. It helps to know how complex Active Directory environments fit in to Office 365.

What content was most helpful for you last month? Was it something we didn’t include on the list? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.

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