Hybrid Mailbox moves and EMC changes

As customers are upgraded or sign up for the latest version of Office 365 for business, they may notice some changes in their recipient and organization management experience. For instance, we now allow the Organization and Hybrid Migration management experience to be initiated from the Exchange Administration Center (EAC) in Exchange Online. This allows you…


/Mixed-ing it up: Multipart/Mixed Messages and You

Greetings, Exchange Administrators! In today’s edition of “and You”, we’ll be covering Exchange’s handing of messages generated by iPhones, iPads, and Macintosh Mail clients. Specifically, we’re going to cover what /mixed content body messages are, how Exchange handles them now, and how we handle them down the line. Before we can dive into the content,…


EHLO Again!

Earlier last month, the Exchange team blog turned seven. Our first post, creatively titled “First Post!!!” of the Microsoft Exchange team blog, was dated Feb 09, 2004. From the squeaky lobster to the Exchange 2007 secret decoder ring, we’ve enjoyed sharing Exchange stories with you. It has been an interesting journey, sharing technical tips and…


Here is your citation, Wikipedia

We noticed the following in the Wikipedia article about ESE: Well, here’s your citation for you – and we added a few names: Developers who have contributed towards the success of JET Blue include Cheen Liao, Stephen Hecht, Matthew Bellew, Ian Jose, Edward “Eddie” Gilbert, Kenneth Kin Lum, Balasubramanian Sriram, Jonathan Liem, Andrew Goodsell, Laurion…


Exchange CVP Terry Myerson heading to Windows Mobile

Terry Myerson, Microsoft CVP for Exchange, is heading over to lead the Windows Mobile product team. The Exchange community will miss Terry,  but this is a fantastic opportunity for him and the Windows Mobile team gains a strong new leader. Terry came to Exchange in 2001. Under his excellent leadership, the Exchange team has delivered…


Meet the Exchange team!

During Terry’s keynote on INTERACT2008 conference, we showed a 5 minute video that introduces some of the members of the Exchange Team and gives some insight into what they do. We figured that some of you might be interested in seeing it too so it is now posted for everyone to see here: If you…


A brief history of time – Exchange Server way

Ever wondered how Exchange Server evolved over the years? And how come Exchange Server 2007 shows "8.0" as its version number? Here is a brief history of time… it might add a bit to the known history! First Exchange proof of concept was in the early 90’s. Development team usage only. Mercury – we couldn’t…


MAPI Messaging Benchmark Being Retired

MAPI Messaging Benchmark (MMB3/MMB4) has been the benchmark for measuring the performance and scalability of computers running Microsoft Exchange Server.  While MMB has served its purpose, it also has limitations in helping our customers compare solutions.  Among the most significant limitations, MMB does not take into account variation in end-user usage profiles, modification and updates…


Take my job. Please.

We just built a new website aimed at helping job-seekers figure out if they might be interested in working in the Exchange team: http://www.exchangeyourcareer.com. Our goal in building the site was to let people know more about what kind of work we do on the Exchange team, showcase a few of the people who already…