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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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07
Feb

The Importance of using Split-DNS with Office 365

The use of Office 365 services depends on proper DNS name resolution, especially when running a hybrid configuration. Without a non-functional DNS name resolution, the end user...
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31
Jan

PowerShell Core is GA, but not ready for Office 365

In case you have missed the news, last week a new flavor of PowerShell, namely PowerShell Core was officially released. In this article, we will take a closer look at PowerShell...
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10
Jan

New Client Access Rules for Exchange Online

There are many ways you can manage and control the way your end-users connect to Office 365. Intune, and Azure Active Directory Premium are add-on feature sets for your Office 365...
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29
Nov

New Features in Office 365 Message Encryption

I have long been interested in encryption. I started off my IT career in the United States Marine Corps where I had a Top-Secret security clearance and frequently worked with...
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08
Nov

First Look at Access Reviews for Office 365 Groups and Applications

In the last few weeks we have been frantically recapping the dozens of announcements made at Ignite 2017. As usual, many of the features demoed at the conference will only show up...
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27
Oct

Monitoring is Hard, but Notification is too.

The old chestnut question “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" is surprisingly relevant in the world of cloud collaboration...
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25
Oct

Office 365, The Last Seven Years, and the Future of Exchange

At a recent Exchange MVP panel discussion at Ignite 2017, a question came up that I’ve been asked at previous panels. The spirit of these questions were around the future of...
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11
Oct

Teams and Skype: A Look Forward

“The king is dead; long live the king!” is a traditional proclamation made following the ascension of a new monarch to the throne in various countries (both real and fictional)....
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21
Sep

Using Microsoft Flow

If there is anything consistent about Office 365, it's change. Not only do the services that you use all the time change constantly, but there are also new services added to...
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