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Dominik Hoefling MVP

Dominik Hoefling MVP
Dominik is a Microsoft MVP primarily specializing in Microsoft Exchange, Exchange Online and Office 365. Dominik currently works for a German consulting company, AtWork. At atwork, Dominik focuses on designing and building message infrastructures and cloud technologies. Dominik has worked in IT since 2004, primarily with Exchange Server but also has experience with Windows Server, Active Directory, Azure, Office 365, Unified Messaging and various third party products. You can follow Dominik via twitter (@DominikHoefling) or his blog www.dominikhoefling.com.
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Recent Posts

05
Jun

Deploying Outlook mobile securely in the enterprise (Part 2)

Have you rad part 1 yet? This is a hefty topic, thus we had to break it up to two blogs. In part 1, Dominik Hoeffling goes over Outlook Mobile security basics, securing access to...
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30
May

Deploying Outlook mobile securely in the enterprise

At Microsoft Ignite 2018 last year, Ross Smit IV, Microsoft’s Principal PM Manager in the EEM Customer Experience Engineering team ran a groundbreaking session on deploying...
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14
Mar

Password-less Sign in with AD FS & Office 365

Microsoft’s own integrated STS in Windows Server named AD FS (Active Directory Federation Service) is still a broadly used mechanism to federate identities with Azure Active...
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19
Jul

CENTRALIZED MAIL TRANSPORT IN MULTI-FOREST EXCHANGE ENVIRONMENTS

Outbound messages to the Internet are routed from the Exchange Online organization through your on-premises organization. With the exception being messages sent to other...
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09
May

Delegated Administration with Azure Active Directory Administrative Units

Office 365 comes with a set of admin roles that can be assigned to users within your organization. Each admin role maps to common business functions and gives your users...
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22
Jul

Mobile Device Management (MDM) In Office 365

The growth of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, changed the world rapidly. Today, according to the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), there are almost as many...
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02
Oct

Introduction to Managed Availability: Local Monitoring Files and Overrides Part III

Now that you’ve finished Part I & Part II of my three part Managed Availability blog series, I will now provide some information about local .xml monitoring files and overrides of...
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30
Sep

Introduction to Managed Availability: How to Check, Recover, and Maintain Your Exchange Organization Part II

Now that you’ve finished Part I of my three part Managed Availability blog series, I will now go a bit deeper and provide some examples about the functionality and operability of...
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29
Sep

Introduction to Managed Availability: An Exchange Administrator‘s task? Part I

Microsoft introduced a new built-in monitoring system called Managed Availability in Exchange 2013, which automatically takes recovery actions for unhealthy services within the...
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30
Jul

Exchange 2013 on Windows Server 2012 with multiple IP addresses on a single NIC

Many people want to use multiple IP addresses on a single NIC interface with Exchange 2013 and Windows Server 2012. There are several reasons for this multi-homed IP...
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