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Archive for February, 2015

Exchange Server 2013-Exchange workload management

Workload Management is a new feature/service introduced in Exchange 2013 and is defined for the purposes of managing workloads “based on the health of system resources”.

Microsoft Boosts Azure with Machine Learning for the Big Data World



Site Mailboxes in Exchange 2013

Site mailbox feature was introduced with Exchange server 2013 release, which helps to facilitate the collaboration between SharePoint 2013 documents and Exchange emails which can be accessed using same client interface.


Exchange/O365/Active Directory: Some Basics to Remember

Recently I have seen few great Exchange speakers and experts forgetting the basics of Exchange so I thought of rest of the world and decided to write this blog for a quick reference of Exchange Basics.

Exchange 2013 CU6: Changes in Workload Management

We have always recommended to test the new update in the lab before deploying into the production. Now we urge you to follow this recommendation seriously and setup a lab if you have not done it already. Your lab should be a copy of production so that you can test the new update in the real time to avoid the issue in the production.

Lync 2013: Single Witness server for Multiple SQL pair

There are many great blogs available on all the Gotcha’s with Lync 2013 mirroring with witness. But what I encountered with it was not available in either one of them. So I decided to share my experience as well as workaround I used to fix it.


GFI MailEssentials- Product Review

As we all know today’s businesses face a lot of issues related to SPAM and MALWARE infected emails. (more…)

Create Address Book policy with Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2010 SP3

Below outlined steps will create an Address Book policy in Exchange 2013 to make sure Contoso’s address book is only visible to Contoso employees.

Microsoft Ignite 2015 Conference – Topics Released

Microsoft did a great job in merging multiple conferences into one conference called Microsoft Ignite Conference. Let us look forward to see what is there for Exchange.




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