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Your Weekly Exchange and Office 365 Digest - 10.30.15

It's Friday! Start your Halloween weekend off right with some of the top Exchange and Office 365 headlines from the week:  


Exchange admins, consultants and support engineers are no strangers to issues with corruption. Causes vary, and problems can easily go undetected amid everyday operations. 

In this post, Andrew Higginbotham covers the various types of corruption you might experience and steps for repairing logical and physical corruption while moving mailboxes. Read more here.

Enabling Kerberos Authentication in a Mixed Exchange 2013 / 2016 Environment

As part of Microsoft's preferred architecture, Kerberos authentication is best practice for mixed Exchange environments. In this post, Jeff Guillet helps you navigate the complexity involved in enabling Kerberos authentication. Read more here.

Introduction to Exchange Server 2016 Backup and Recovery

For Exchange admins, failures are inevitable - whether you're prepared for them or not. In this post, Paul Cunningham walks through the types of backup and backup storage and explains what you should back up for Exchange Server 2016. Read more here.

Transition from on-premises to cloud reflected in Microsoft's latest results

In this post, Tony Redmond explains his takeaways from reviewing Microsoft's latest results and why they could signal a transition from on-prem to the cloud. Read more here.

Exchange Server and Missing Root Certificates

In this post, Brian Reid explains how to overcome an issue he encountered in which the working organization configuration required for free/busy and other lookups in a cross-forest Exchange Server deployment was failing. Read more here.

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