Now your enterprise mobility management solution can be used to simply set up and configure Outlook for iOS and Android for Exchange on-premises

Today, we are announcing the availability of new functionality in Outlook for iOS and Android that simplifies the Exchange on-premises email account set up with Microsoft Intune and other enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions.   Now administrators can simply push the account set up details via mobile device management (MDM) to deliver the user and server…


Announcing Hybrid Modern Authentication for Exchange On-Premises

We’re very happy to announce support for Hybrid Modern Authentication (HMA) with the next set of cumulative updates (CU) for Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016, that’s CU8 for Exchange Server 2016, and CU19 for Exchange Server 2013. What is HMA? HMA (not HAM, which Word keeps trying to correct it to for me) provides users…


Help us test Cloud Attachments in Outlook 2016 with SharePoint Server 2016

My name is Steven Lepofsky, and I’m an engineer on the Outlook for Windows team. We have released (to Insiders) support for Outlook 2016’s Cloud Attachment experience with SharePoint Server 2016. We need your help to test this out and give us your feedback! So, what do I mean by “cloud attachments?” Let’s start there….


Send-as and Send-on-behalf of for groups in Outlook

Today, we are excited to announce the ‘Send-as’ and Send-on-behalf of feature for groups in Outlook, which brings you one step closer to turning your email into a great customer support solution. With the new ‘Send as’ and ‘Send on behalf of’ feature, members of the group can respond to conversations using the shared identity…


Managing Focused Inbox in Office 365 and Outlook

Focused Inbox—focus on the emails that matter most For many, the inbox is the command center for their day. It’s the way to keep track of what is going on and what needs to get done. Outlook’s Focused Inbox makes this process easier by helping you focus on the emails that matter most to you….


Looking back at Microsoft Ignite 2016

We had a lot of fun last week, with hundreds of sessions that covered vast variety of Microsoft services and products. If you were there – we hope that it was time well spent for you! We had many Microsoft experts in sessions and on the Expo floor to give you access and help answer…


Outlook for Mac and public folder access

Exchange Server 2013 introduced modern public folders and also shift in the way clients access the public folders. Ever since, the Outlook for Mac client had limited or no support for public folders. This article provides an update on how Outlook 2016 for Mac clients can access public folders in various topologies. Current Scenario The…


Upgrade to Office Configuration Analyzer Tool (OffCAT) version 2.2

Once again the OffCAT team has shipped a new version (v2.2) that includes some pretty cool features to those found in earlier versions. Hopefully, you will find these features useful and that you understand why there were added in v2.2. Let OffCAT fix issues for you We heard you loud and clear that OffCAT needs…


Outlook 2016: What Exchange admins need to know

At the end of September, we released Office 2016, which includes a new version of the Outlook desktop client. Hopefully you’ve seen already seen some of what’s new in Outlook 2016 for end users – if not, here’s a quick overview. Today we want to take a closer look at some changes in Outlook 2016…


Exchange Active Directory Deployment Site

When installing a brand new Exchange server, there are several things that you should consider. One of them is that things will go smoother if you deploy a new currently supported version of Exchange server into a live production environment by leveraging an Active Directory (AD) deployment site design option. Whenever a new Exchange server…