Put October 13 In Your Diary Time passes and products age, except in the cloud where renewal is..
Patches Available to Address Long-term Vulnerability On February 11, 2020, Microsoft patched every version of Exchange from 2010..
Another Day, Another Attack May 7 brought news of an attack on Exchange (on-premises) servers by Russian hackers...
Time to Decide About Exchange 2019 Exchange 2019 debuted in October 2018. Six months later, it’s reasonable to..
Exchange and a Privilege Elevation Vulnerability An enormous amount has been written about the privilege elevation vulnerability in..
Last week’s revelation of an Exchange Server vulnerability certainly created quite a stir. Anything to do with security..
Exploiting Active Directory Dutch security researcher Dirk-Jan Mollema caused a stir when he reported an Exchange Server vulnerability..
Moving Mobile Email to Office 365 I am frequently asked to recommend the best mobile client to use..
Update September 26: Apple says that iOS 11.0.1 fixes the problem of connecting to Exchange Online and Exchange..
On the Way to Groups In May 2017, Microsoft made a second call for customers to help test..
Planning a Hardware Refresh for Exchange? Although the success of Office 365 means the market for on-premises servers..
Auto-Signatures For All In the early days of email, we didn’t worry so much about applying signatures to..
No Big News in June Exchange Cumulative Updates As is their norm, Microsoft released cumulative updates for Exchange..
Modern Public Folders Microsoft introduced “modern” public folders in Exchange 2013. The only modern aspect of the implementation..
Outlook and OWA Offer Great Functionality, but Only for The Chosen A reader of Microsoft’s announcements on the..