Here are a few of the headlines we deemed worthy this week:
The functionality in Exchange Hybrid has matured, enabling organizations to mix mailboxes on-premises and in the cloud and retain much of the normal sharing capabilities people rely on for day-to-day collaboration.
In this post, Steve Goodman delves into the types of sharing available in Exchange hybrid and improvements to sharing in Exchange 2013 CU10.
PSTs use a Microsoft proprietary file format that is designed to hold email items (messages, tasks, calendar items and so on) and attachments in a local repository. However, this is now an outdated format.
Read Tony Redmond's thoughts about the advantages of PST elimination.
ReFS is not a direct replacement for NTFS, and is missing some underlying NTFS features.
Learn about support and guidelines for ReFS with Exchange Server 2013 and 2016.
See Mircosoft's new Exchange Server Deployment Assistant. The system asks you a few questions about your current environment and then will create a custom step-by-step checklist specifically for your deployment needs!
After reports that the pricing for the Office 365 Import Service would be a staggering $8 per gigabyte, Microsoft recently leaked that it agreed upon $2 per gigabyte for data ingested through disk shipping.
In this post, Tony Redmond comments on the new price and explains what partners and ISVs can expect.
Microsoft recently released a new version of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard alongside Exchange Server 2013 CU9 and Exchange Server 2016.
In this post, Jaap Wesselius explains how the new wizard differs from the previous version and how to install and run it.
In this post, the Exchange Team walks you through the new attachments features available to Exchange 2016 hybrid customers.
What other posts do you have to add to the list?
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