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Email Security - How to Protect Against CFO Fraud

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Jaap Wesselius

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. Imagine you’re the CFO of a company and you receive an email from your CEO where he asks to transfer $ 50,000 to an account. And you cannot talk about it, because it is for an unannounced acquisition.

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Exchange 2019 - Windows Server Core

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Nathan O'Bryan MCSM

The current version of Exchange can, and in most cases should, be installed on Windows Server Core. Windows Server Core is a version of the Windows Server operating system that does not have a Graphical User Interface (GUI). Since “windows” are well ingrained into the administrative habits of most of us Windows Server administrators, it’s reasonable to expect that most Exchange administrators are going to be a bit hesitant to go down this route.

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Prepare your On-Premises Public Folders for migration

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Thomas Stensitzki

Many companies use old-style public folders, known as legacy public folders, on Exchange Server 2010. Often, the public folder hierarchical structures have grown uncontrollably for years. And not only in terms of data volume but also in the number of folders and the folder depth in the public folder hierarchy. For these reasons, many companies fear legacy public folder migration to modern public folders.

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Thinking about Exchange 2019?

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Nathan O'Bryan MCSM

In October of last year Microsoft released a new version of on-premises Exchange server. Here at the ENow's Solution Engine blog, we realized we had a lot we could cover. Normally I focus mostly on writing about Office 365 and Azure features and updates, but I think there is still room in the blog-o-sphere for a post about on-premises software too.

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