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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

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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28
Jan

Hybrid Headaches: Webinar Part 1

  Viewed from a distance, hybrid Office 365 seems simple enough, but as you get closer to it, sometimes the details become ugly. In this webinar, ENow’s own Michael Van Horenbeeck...
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06
Jan

Hybrid headache: Modern Public folders and Exchange Online: a story of hate and love?

Over the past few years, Microsoft has made many attempts to do away with public folders. If you have had the pleasure to work or are still working with Exchange 2007 and Exchange...
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05
Jan

Mail-Enabled Public Folders & Directory-Based Edge Blocking

Directory-Based Edge Blocking (DBEB) is a feature in Exchange Online Protection which automatically blocks email messages sent to recipients that do not exist in the Office 365...
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09
Dec

Did you know…

…that Mailscape 365 includes latency trending reports which allow you to monitor and report on connection latency and end user transaction times? There used to be a time when...
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03
Dec

Getting started with Microsoft Passport, Windows Hello and Office 365

In Windows 10, Microsoft introduced “Windows Hello” which – to keep things simple – offers the ability to use biometrics to unlock a computer instead of using a regular password....
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22
Oct

Should you upgrade your Hybrid Exchange configuration to Exchange 2016 or not?

A few weeks ago, Microsoft released Exchange 2016 to the public. By now, some of you will have had the chance to play with the latest member in the Exchange Server family and...
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25
Sep

Thoughts on Microsoft's latest news on Office, Office 365 and Exchange

Over the past two weeks, Microsoft has made a range of announcements around updates and new releases of Office, Office 365 and Exchange. The fact that Microsoft announces updates...
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03
Sep

Are You Automating Enough?

Earlier this week, Tony Redmond wrote about Jeffrey Snover – also known as the godfather of PowerShell – being promoted to Technical Fellow at Microsoft; one of the highest...
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