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Exchange 2013 certificate error: There is a problem with the proxy server’s security certificate.

Let’s take a look at an issue where users keep getting the following pop up in the outlook client frequently.
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Exchange 2016: New Features in compare to Exchange 2010

Most of us who would be looking to migrate to Exchange 2016 are currently using Exchange 2010. So it is important to know the changes coming in Exchange 2016. This is so important for Exchange 2010 users because Exchange 2016 has many architectural changes. Many features have been added and removed as well.
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Exchange 2013: Unable to Create A Copy of the Database

I was working on the issue where someone messed up the database. Only 1st copy was mounted and other copies were not healthy. More »

Exchange 2016: New Features in compare to Exchange 2013

As we are moving towards the release date we need to focus on what are the new features coming in to Exchange 2016 in compare to your current versions of Exchange Server.
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Exchange 2013 and 2010: Prerequisite Updates for Exchange 2016 Coexistence Released

Today Microsoft released the updates which are required to install Exchange 2016 RTM in your Exchange 2010 or 2013.
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Exchange 2013: Wrong AdminDisplayVersion on Edge Transport Server

In the previous blog I talked about configuring Exchange 2013 Edge transport server. Today I was upgrading my Exchange 2013 Infrastructure. I found this work around to fix the admindisplayversion of Edge Transport server. So sharing here. If you are using Edge Transport server then you may need this work around in near future.
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Microsoft Acquires Seattle Based Organizational Analytics Firm VoloMetrix

Dealing with massive data downpour in the form of emails, calendar, meetings and anything that you could point at in a typical day at office often puts you at an uneasy spot. While the world has been bashing about end user experience in a bank, store, casino, theatre, hospitals, universities, I feel today we have arrived at a platform where end-user experience is relatively playing a significant role in your typical day in an office.

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Get-SetupLog.ps1 to Analyse Setup Logs In Exchange 2013

This script is very useful for all the Admins while running setup, it can point to the right direction in displaying the error when the set up fails, however Get-SetupLogs.ps1 is not available in the Exchange 2013.
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Document finger printing with DLP in Exchange 2013 SP1

Exchange 2013 SP1 has brought may new features out of all one of the features is DOCUMENT finger printing for Data Loss Prevention.

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Exchange 2013 Sp1 Loose Truncation

A new feature called “loose truncation” is introduced in Exchange 2013 SP1 More »

Exchange: Outlook Providing Decommissioned Exchange Server

Outlook was not able to configure itself for the private cloud mailbox and it was giving old decommissioned Exchange server name.
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Exchange 2016: AD and OS Requirements Update

Microsoft did 1st public announcement about Exchange 2016 in April 2015. Then discussed more in the Ignite Global event in Chicago.
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Exchange User Group in Los Angeles

You might be part of user group or groups which is the great thing to be part of it and join the meetings because it brings you the latest and core face to face free learning and networking with all kind of people.
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Exchange Server 2016 Installation

Microsoft released Exchange 2016 preview On July 22, 2015, let’s configure the pre-requisites and see how to install Exchange 2016. The Public preview is available on public preview availability.
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Office 365 Report Gathering: Creating Reports of browser usage

In this blog we will see about the PowerShell command that is used to query & view the results of the browsers used by users in Grid View / CSV report.
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Enabling MRS Proxy in Exchange 2013 Server

The Mailbox Replication Proxy (MRS Proxy) is required for cross forest mailbox moves.
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Recreating Exchange 2013 Health mailboxes

In Exchange 2013 a new feature called “Managed Availability“, a built-in monitoring system is available.
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Making Sense of The SaaS Conundrum – Part2

In the second post of Making Sense of the SaaS Conundrum, I will be discussing how economics of licensing works in SaaS

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