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Oct 1 2013   3:04PM GMT

September in review: the month’s top Exchange content

Toni Boger Toni Boger Profile: Toni Boger

In our feature, we round up the most popular Exchange content with our readers in the previous month and share it with you.

For September, our Exchange readers were most interested in content dealing with successful migrations, certification discontinuations and Outlook connectivity.

Was there a story that helped you or your organization last month? Was it something we didn’t include in the list? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.

Microsoft lures IT pros to the cloud by nixing top-level certs
The company’s decision to kill off the MCA and MCM certifications delivered a heavy blow to its supporters and had many IT pros questioning its agenda.

12 simple steps to an Exchange 2013 migration
This 12 step plan covers everything you should expect to encounter for a successful migration to Exchange 2013, including training, mail flow, digital certifications and management tools.

Sketch out storage with Exchange mailbox database sizes in mind
The storage architecture of Exchange 2013 affects everything, including reliability and performance, so make time for some comprehensive storage planning.

Is an Outlook 2013 upgrade right for your organization?
If your organization is looking at a potential upgrade to Outlook 2013, taking a look at its advantages and overall cost can help you determine if its features are worth the move.

Fix connectivity issues in Outlook in five ways
Connecting Outlook to Exchange Online is one of the most common problems admins come across. These five steps have helped some Outlook 365 customers, but there is no sure fix.

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