Posted by: Matt Gervais
Exchange Server 2013, Office 365
Living in New England, we’re not too upset to see March 2013 come to a close. After a quiet beginning to the winter, February and March brought lots of snow. Fortunately, we at SearchExchange.com had plenty to keep us busy during those messy months and pushed out lots of great content.
Below, you’ll find some of our top performing content from Q1 2013. Take a look, and you’ll see why these articles were so popular with our readers the first time around.
* An admin’s guide to configuring Gmail in Microsoft Outlook
Do your users want to access Gmail within their Microsoft Outlook clients? There are various setups available.
* Our top five Outlook 2010 tips of 2012
We did the research and found out which Outlook 2010 tips were tops in 2012. Have a look and you’ll see why.
* Troubleshooting Exchange Autodiscover service issues
The Exchange Autodiscover service doesn’t typically need a lot of maintenance, but when issues crop up, it’s important to be ready.
* An inside look at the Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Quarantine feature
Underused but important, the Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Quarantine feature helps restrict which devices connect to Exchange. Here’s what you need to know.
* 10 new PowerShell cmdlets you’ll need for Exchange 2013
Exchange 2013 includes almost 200 new Exchange-specific PowerShell cmdlets. Get started with the 10 most important.
* MVP reviews his first year with Microsoft Office 365
A year ago, a longtime MVP migrated from on-premises Exchange Server to Microsoft Office 365. Read about his experiences and reasons behind the move.
Have a nice weekend!