New Managed Availability Documentation Available

Ensuring that users have a good email experience has always been the primary objective for messaging system administrators. To help ensure the availability and reliability of your messaging system, all aspects of the system must be actively monitored, and any detected issues must be resolved quickly. In previous versions of Exchange, monitoring critical system components…

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Where Did Email Come From?

Corporations, organizations and other entities use email as a communication device. Every day, billions of emails are sent by people and computers to recipients in domains all over the world (some valid and some not). With the ability to transmit documents, spreadsheets, slide decks and other attachments, email is our most used, if not our…

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Recommended Hotfixes for Windows Server 2012 Failover Clusters

Today, Microsoft released Knowledge Base article 2784261, which describes the hotfixes we recommend being installed on all Windows Server 2012 failover clusters.  This includes Exchange database availability groups that are running on Windows Server 2012, as well. Although these hotfixes are generally recommended for all customers, we recommend that you evaluate each fix to determine…

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High Availability Changes in Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 1

Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 1 (CU1) has been released and is now available for download!  CU1 is the first release to use the servicing model introduced with Exchange 2013.  CU1 includes new features, new functionality and bug fixes, including in the area of high availability.  The announcement post on the Exchange Team Blog already…

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