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05
May

The Last Exchange Server

In the announcement that was part of the release of the most recent set of Cumulative Updates for Exchange Server 2019 and 2016, Microsoft introduced some changes – features if...
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21
Apr

Exchange Cumulative Updates April 2022

On April 20, 2022 Microsoft released new Cumulative Updates: Exchange 2016 CU23 and Exchange 2019 CU12. The previous Cumulative Updates were released on September 28, 2021, more...
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09
Feb

Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps

Formerly known as “Cloud App Security”, Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps is a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) that is part of the Microsoft 365 Defender suite of products....
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26
Jan

Exchange Online: Email Messages Delivered to Junk Mail Folder

When users report to IT support that Exchange Online delivers email messages to the Junk Email folder of their mailbox incorrectly, the reason is often a misconfiguration of...
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04
Jan

Date Bug in Exchange Causes Headaches

Happy New Year! With the recent change to the new year, a nasty bug similar to the Y2K bug (Y2K22?) appeared in Exchange 2016 and Exchange 2019. On 01/01/2022 at 0:00 hour UTC a...
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16
Dec

Clearing AutoComplete and Other Recipient Caches Redux

Anyone who has participated in migrations or transitions to Exchange is probably familiar or had to work around potential issues caused by the nickname cache. A “cache,” also...
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20
Oct

Exchange Quarterly Updates, September 2021

On September 28, Microsoft released their quarterly updates for Exchange Server:   Exchange Server 2019 Cumulative Update 11 Exchange Server 2016 Cumulative Update 22 In contrast...
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13
Oct

Changes to Exchange Online Web Services

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...
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07
Oct

Identity Management: Preventing Credential Creep

Identity Management . . . . a fancy term for keeping tabs on credentials with access to our systems. All cyber security attacks share a common factor: the attacker gained access...
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29
Sep

Autodiscover Vulnerability FUD or Not?

Social media exploded when an ISV who specializes in security released a blogpost about a vulnerability they found in Autodiscover, the protocol that is used by mailclients to...
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