Schema Administrator has a mailbox?

Q: Why does the Schema Admin have a mailbox? A: It’s by design! What? Yes, this is normal behavior for Exchange Server 2013 & 2016.  If the account you are using for the install does not have a mailbox, one will be created for that account. Typically, engineers will use an Active Directory (AD) account…

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Exchange 2010 and Windows 2016 DC’s

Q: Can you run Exchange Server 2010 with Windows Server 2016 Domain Controllers? A: NO. The Exchange supportability matrix is once again, used as a reference and once again, you must be very clear on what you are reading. Since there is NOT an ‘x’ in the intersection of Exchange 2010 and Windows DFL/FFL 2016…

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Exchange Server: Third Month, Third Week

Just a reminder, the Exchange Product Group (PG) is following the current cadence of releasing Exchange Cumulative Updates (CU) every third month (March, June, September, December) and the third week of that month. This allows a predictable rhythm for customers to plan when to upgrade their Exchange servers. With this planning, customers should download the…

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One stop page for Outlook updates

It’s getting harder and harder to stay up with all the changes in technology, but once in a while, a single landing place appears, which leads to the ever-updating Outlook product page: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Fixes-or-workarounds-for-recent-issues-in-Outlook-for-Windows-ecf61305-f84f-4e13-bb73-95a214ac1230 The is page is maintained by the Microsoft Outlook support engineers. While there are lots of internet pages to monitor and watch,…

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