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Changes to Exchange Online

Changes to Exchange Online Web Services

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Thomas Stensitzki

Exchange Web Services (EWS) have been an integral part of Exchange since Exchange Server 2007. They are used not only by Exchange Server and Exchange Online for communication between Exchange Servers and as part of hybrid communication. Email clients also use web services. EWS is a SOAP-based API, but in the meantime, there are more modern protocols. Back in 2018, the Exchange product group announced that there would be no further development for the EWS protocol in Exchange Online. Indirectly, the EWS Managed API README-file on GitHub contains an announcement for Exchange Server.

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Why Modern Exchange Hybrid?

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Thomas Stensitzki

Why Modern Exchange Hybrid?

The question of why should I implement Exchange Modern Hybrid is justified. Exchange Modern Hybrid is specially designed to simplify implementing Exchange Hybrid Mode by eliminating the requirement for inbound HTTPS connections to an on-premises Exchange organization. The technical specifications for Classic Exchange Hybrid are sometimes unsuitable for enterprises. You can read more about the differences between the two Exchange Hybrid modes in ENow's blog post, "What are your Hybrid Options."

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