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Michael Van Horenbeeck MVP, MCSM

Michael Van Horenbeeck MVP, MCSM
Michael Van Horenbeeck is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Master (MCSM) and Exchange Server MVP from Belgium, with a strong focus on Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Active Directory, and a bit of Lync. Michael has been active in the industry for about 12 years and developed a love for Exchange back in 2000. He is a frequent blogger and a member of the Belgian Unified Communications User Group Pro-Exchange. Besides writing about technology, Michael is a regular contributor to The UC Architects podcast and speaker at various conferences around the world. You can follow Michael via twitter (@mvanhorenbeeck) or his blog michaelvh.wordpress.com.
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Recent Posts

07
Feb

Teams Hybrid

Recent reports have shown that Teams is gaining a lot of momentum within the enterprise. According to the survey from Spiceworks, about 21% of the respondents were using Microsoft...
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18
Apr

Intelligently Using Migration Endpoints to Speed up Migrations to Exchange Online - Part 3

This is a multi-part article in which we will cover Migration Endpoints. First, we will cover what Migration Endpoints are, what you use them for and how you can manually...
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11
Apr

Intelligently Using Migration Endpoints to Speed up Migrations to Exchange Online - Part 2

This is a multi-part article in which we will cover Migration Endpoints. First, we will cover what Migration Endpoints are, what you use them for and how you can manually...
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04
Apr

Intelligently Using Migration Endpoints to Speed up Migrations to Exchange Online - Part 1

This is a multi-part article in which we will cover Migration Endpoints. First, we will cover what Migration Endpoints are, what you use them for and how you can manually...
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14
Feb

The Curious Logic Behind Some EOP Routing Decisions

Recently, one of my customers reached out to me stating they were having trouble delivering emails due to SPF failures. While it’s not uncommon for SPF checks to fail (you don’t...
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17
Jan

Hybrid Modern Authentication: Should I Care or Not?

In this blog post, Microsoft recently announced support for Hybrid Modern Authentication for Exchange Server 2013/2016 on-premises. What is this Hybrid Modern Authentication, and...
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25
Apr

Sizing Edge Transport Servers for a (Large) Hybrid Deployment

When it comes to sizing a typical on-premises Exchange Server deployment, Microsoft has really gone out of their way to provide all the information you need. Along with the...
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21
Mar

Azure AD Connect Hybrid writeback & permissions

In the world of hybrid headaches, directory synchronization is the root of all evil. While there's nothing wrong with using directory synchronization (I'm a big fan), most of the...
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09
Mar

Hybrid Headache: Hybrid mailbox moves and the “expect 100-continue” header

  A little over two years ago, I wrote about an issue I encountered with a KEMP load balancer and how Microsoft performs hybrid mailbox moves. More specifically, the issue evolved...
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11
Feb

Force Azure AD Connect to connect to specific Domain Controllers only

Consider the following scenario: you are about to implement directory synchronization for Office 365. You have multiple Active Directory sites across several, geographically...
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Deployment Guide: February 2019 Quarterly Exchange Updates

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Teams Hybrid

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The Microsoft Hybrid Agent: What You Need to Know

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Thursday, 24 January 2019

Thinking about Exchange 2019?

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