Exchange 2007 News
April 05, 2016
Microsoft released updates for all supported versions of Exchange Server. The updates cover issues with mailbox anchoring in Exchange 2013 and improvements to lagged database copies.
June 17, 2015
With the upcoming Exchange 2016 release, don't be surprised at the lack of new features or functionality in the recent Exchange 2013 cumulative update.
May 18, 2015
There are three new deployment experiences admins should prepare for in the upcoming Exchange 2016 release.
December 09, 2014
The recent Exchange update includes a long-awaited fix for public folders, updates to previous versions of Exchange and a delayed security fix.
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Migrating to Exchange 2013 or 2016 is best for some organizations, but others can't do without a legacy version. Consider these factors when planning a migration of Exchange Server. Continue Reading
Migrating to Exchange 2013, or even preparing for a 2016 migration, may be the best choice for some organizations, but others could be fine with a legacy version. In this three-part guide, we will cover the key factors in making a decision regarding Exchange migrations, as well as sticking points in the upgrade process.
SearchExchange contributors highlight the factors that make a certain choice, like Exchange 2013, more viable than its predecessors. There are ways to ease the migration, they explain, as well as points during the upgrade process where an organization can easily get trapped. Deployment of Exchange 2013, though similar to past iterations, is more complicated and will require an approach that addresses all of the new features and how integration will affect the existing infrastructure.Continue Reading
If you run Exchange 2007 or 2010 and are moving to Office 365, the public folder batch migration feature will ease the process. Continue Reading
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I'm finishing up an Exchange 2007 to 2010 migration. Do I need to switch over the public folders? If so, what is the best method to do it? Continue Reading
I want to merge databases by moving mailboxes from Exchange 2007 into Exchange 2010. What's the best way to do this? Continue Reading
No single product has every feature a company needs. Third-party spam and archiving tools can fill the gaps in Exchange Online and Office 365 features. Continue Reading
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PowerShell is the tool of choice for managing Exchange, so the learning should never stop. This guide will help admins get a solid understanding of the language. Continue Reading
Get to know Exchange's Role Based Access Control feature by learning how it came to be and how it works. Continue Reading
An upgrade to Exchange 2013 involves more work if you're on Exchange 2003, but if it includes the features and capabilities your organization needs, the extra effort could be worth it. Continue Reading
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Support for Exchange 2007 ends in April, which means many organizations face an impending migration. Keep these guidelines handy during migration talks. Continue Reading
We need to move more than 20,000 Exchange 2010 public folders to Exchange 2013. What's the best way to do this? Continue Reading
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