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Top Support Issues for Exchange 2013/2016

This time next year we’ll (hopefully) be in the midst of project planning for the newly released Exchange Server 2019. After a scheduled late-2018 release, many organizations will...
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What Does “Supported” Mean to Microsoft?

There are a few words Microsoft likes to use in several different situations. “Federated” is a great example of this. Federated can mean several different things in the Microsoft...
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Exchange 2010 Site Disaster Recovery on a Shoestring! Part 2: Navigating the Failover Process

 In Part 1 of this series I explained how to build a low cost site or datacenter disaster recovery solution using Microsoft Exchange’s new DAG feature. In this article, I will...
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Exchange Server 2010 Deployment Assistant

  Exchange Server 2010 Deployment Assistant If you are considering upgrading to Microsoft Exchange 2010, you should really check out the Exchange server Deployment Assistant. This...
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The ESE Consultants’ Corner: Third Edition

Hello and welcome to the Third edition of the Consultants’ Corner. In this edition, I will address some of the questions that have reached me through “I have heard that. . .”...
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ESE Consultants’ Corner: Second Edition

Hello, this is Mahmoud Magdy back again to bring you the second edition of the ESE Consultants’ Corner. Since our first edition was so popular, I wanted to expand our second...
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All for one and one for all: The key to a successful Office Communications Server Deployment

One of the key factors to ensuring a successful Exchange/OCS deployment is that the certificates and DNS configurations must be setup correctly. I can say that more than 90% of...
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Understanding Exchange 2010 Storage Architecture: Part 3

In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed the Microsoft’s ESE (Extensible Storage Engine), and discussed the new storage enhancements that were introduced in Exchange 2010. In Part 2,...
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Things that can be missed in Exchange 2007 migration planning…

By AdminESE Saturday, August 30th, 2008 Let’s be honest – Exchange 2007 is a beast of a product, and indeed potentially a bigger leap in redesign than the jump from Exchange 5.5...
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