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Jaap Wesselius

Jaap Wesselius
Jaap is a Microsoft MVP for Office Apps and Services. Jaap is an independent consultant, primarily focusing on Exchange server, Skype for Business and Office 365.
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Recent Posts

20
May

Reply All Storm Protection in Exchange Online

Reply All Storm Protection in Exchange Online Twenty-five years (!) ago I was working for Microsoft. One morning we got this message with a subject line “Why am I on this mailing...
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21
Apr

Office 365 Monitoring: Exchange Online Outage

Users Cannot access their mailbox via Outlook on the web in Exchange Online On Monday April 20, 2020 starting at 9:30PM UTC, Microsoft experienced issues in Exchange Online,...
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12
Mar

Microsoft Stops Basic Authentication, Now What?

October 13, 2020, is an important date for Microsoft for a variety of reasons. On this date, Microsoft will stop support for their 2010 suite of products like Exchange 2010,...
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18
Dec

Exchange 2019 CU4 and Exchange 2016 CU15 Explained

On December 17, 2019 Microsoft released Exchange 2019 CU4 and Exchange 2016 CU15 as part of their quarterly release cycle. As expected, no new features in these Cumulative...
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20
Sep

Exchange Quarterly Updates - September 2019

On September 17, 2019 Microsoft released its quarterly updates for Exchange. This time, the updates contain Exchange 2019 Cumulative Update 3 and Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update...
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29
Aug

Microsoft Exchange and the .NET Framework

Over the past 20 years we’ve seen some dramatic changes in Microsoft Exchange Server. Exchange server 2000 was the first version that was using Active Directory, after switching...
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25
Jun

Autodiscover Dillema (Part 2)

In an earlier blogpost I wrote about Autodiscover changes, especially when using Outlook 2016 Click-to-Run. Traditionally, Outlook uses the following order to find its...
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16
May

Email Security | How to Protect Against CFO Fraud (Part 2)

In Part 1, I discussed the implication of CFO fraud and how it can affect your company. It can cost a lost of money when transferred to the wrong accounts, CEOs and CFOs get fired...
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10
Apr

Email Security - How to Protect Against CFO Fraud

Everybody receives spam and phishing email. Most of the time they are easy to recognize and just annoying, but sometimes there’s phishing email that’s harder to detect by eye....
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20
Mar

Certificate Management in Exchange Guide

SSL Certificates in Exchange are widely used, both for encryption of traffic as well as server authentication. Despite the fact they are widely used, a lot of admins still think...
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