It's been a momentous week for the Exchange community.
From the release of Exchange 2016 for on-prem to a new PowerShell script for setting up Exchange Server 2016 unattended, here's a rundown of the top Exchange and Office 365 news and tips to round out your week:
With the slew of recent updates and releases for Office, Office 365 and Exchange, there’s been an overwhelming amount of news to digest lately.
In this post, Michael Van Horenbeeck offers his opinions on the public release of Office 2016, updates for Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2010, and the announcement of Office 365 planner.
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With Exchange Server 2016 now available for on-prem installations only, Dave Stork details important requirements to know about and what you can expect with this new version. Read more here.
In this post, Jaap Wesselius dives deep into the new features in Exchange 2016 and offers his predictions for the future of Exchange. Read more here.
In this post, Paul Cunningham describes common challenges you can expect to see when running an Exchange Server on a dynamic IP address and offers tips for overcoming them. Read more here.
Microsoft isn’t renowned for pushing out powerful yet easy-to-use APIs. However, with the release of new REST-based APIs for accessing Office 365 services, Microsoft is promoting growth around the service. In this post, Tony Redmond explains what these new APIs mean for monitoring and reporting. Read more here.
With the full release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 around the corner, there are some things you need to know about upgrades, especially regarding Skype for Business. In this post, Jeff Guillet walks through what you can expect and offers some compelling reasons to upgrade. Read more here.
In this post, Michel de Rooij provides a PowerShell script to perform a fully unattended setup of Exchange Server 2013 or Exchange Server 2016.
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