Posted by: Matt Gervais
Exchange community, Exchange Server 2013, Office 365, Outlook, SharePoint
Every couple months, I think it’s important to review some of our better tips and articles. You may have missed them for one reason or another, but fear not, I’ve got several of them bundled up in this blog post.
* Exchange 2013 CU1 gives green light to coexistence, migrations
While customers are now free to begin their “coexistence journey” with Exchange 2013 CU1, there’s plenty they should understand before beginning that trek.
* Where did the hub transport server role go in Exchange 2013?
Although the hub transport server is no longer a separate role in Exchange 2013, the transport architecture and services still live on.
* Highlighting new features in Exchange 2013: Compliance and e-discovery
New features in Exchange 2013 may actually help drive adoption. Take compliance and e-discovery features for example.
* Preventing denial-of-service attacks on virtualized Exchange servers
Denial-of-service attacks pose a serious security threat to virtualized Exchange servers. Discover what you can do to mitigate potential intrusions.
* How to configure Exchange 2013 site mailboxes
Exchange 2013 site mailboxes are a great new feature, but several configuration steps are necessary before rolling them out to users.
* Configuring federation proxy servers for a hybrid Office 365 deployment
Part of the hybrid Office 365 single sign-on configuration process is correctly setting up federation proxy servers. Here’s how.
* Helpful OWA 2013 mobile device hints for administrators
Supporting OWA 2013 on various mobile devices can prove a bit tricky. These important tips will make life easier for admins and users alike.
What topics would you like to see covered on the site? Write me and let me know.
Until next time,