Exchange Server 2013 Enters Extended Support Lifecycle Phase

Exchange Server 2013 enters the Extended Support phase of product lifecycle on April 10th, 2018. During Extended Support, products receive only updates defined as Critical consistent with the Security Update Guide. For Exchange Server 2013, critical updates will include any required product updates due to time zone definition changes. With the transition of Exchange Server…


Exchange 2010 End of Support Is Coming

On January 14, 2020, Exchange Server 2010 will reach end of support. If you haven’t already begun your migration from Exchange 2010 to Office 365 or Exchange 2016, now’s the time to start your planning. What does end of support mean? Exchange Server, like almost all Microsoft products, has a support lifecycle during which we…


Office 365: Auto-Expanding Archives FAQ

In recent months we’ve been receiving quite a few questions from customers regarding auto-expanding archives. I’d like to clear up some of the misconceptions and answer some of the most frequently asked questions we get on this subject. Think of this as a FAQ on the subject. Before we get going, I strongly advise folks…


A new architecture for Exchange hybrid customers enables Outlook mobile and security

We’re announcing a new architecture for Exchange Server and Office 365 hybrid customers that unlocks Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) capabilities for Outlook for iOS and Android. With Hybrid Modern Authentication, Exchange customers can combine the power of Outlook with Azure Conditional Access and Intune App Protection Policies to securely manage corporate messaging on mobile…

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Exchange Server TLS guidance Part 2: Enabling TLS 1.2 and Identifying Clients Not Using It

Overview In part 2 of our Exchange Server TLS Guidance series we focus on enabling and confirming TLS 1.2 can be used by your Exchange Servers for incoming and outgoing connections, as well as identifying any incoming connection which is not utilizing TLS 1.2. The ability to identify these incoming connections will vary by Windows…


Released: March 2018 Quarterly Exchange Updates

The March quarterly release updates for Exchange Server are now available on the download center (links below). These releases include all previously released updates, fixes for customer reported issues and limited new functionality. Exchange Server 2010 SP3 Update Rollup 20 was released as a security update previously this month as well. Exchange Server Support for…


OWA mobile apps to be retired in May

We wanted to post a quick note to let you know that we have announced the retirement of OWA for iPhone, iPad and Android.  To learn more, head over to the Tech Community blog. Outlook Team


Demystifying Hybrid Free/Busy: Finding errors and troubleshooting

In this second part of the Demystifying Hybrid Free/Busy, we will cover troubleshooting of Hybrid Free/Busy scenarios, more specifically – how and where to find an actual error that will indicate where the problem is. Before venturing forth, please make sure that you have seen Part 1 of this demystifying series! Here is the graphics…


EAI support announcement – Update

In late December 2017, we announced support for EAI in Q1 2018. We are happy to announce that EAI is now enabled in Exchange Online and Exchange Online Protection for Office 365. Office 365 users can now send messages to and receive messages from internationalized email addresses. In addition, we are pleased to announce that…


An Update on Office 365 Requiring TLS 1.2

Hello Exchange Server followers! In December 2017 it was announced Office 365 planned to discontinue support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 connections on March 1st, 2018, and after that time only TLS 1.2 connections would be allowed when interacting with Office 365. Many of you have been asking for additional detail on what this…