- Exchange Server 2013 Data Loss Prevention
- Microsoft to integrate new social, machine learning technologies into Office 365
- The five best ways to secure Windows Server deployments
- The UC Architects talk Exchange Server, Lync and must-see events
- Five tips to master Exchange 2013 OWA's new features
- NEW! Technical Support Webcast: Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365
- Announcing support for SAML 2.0 federation with Office 365
- Next Exchange and SharePoint Server Products Arriving in 2015
- Exchange 2010 Tip Of The Day – 76 To 101
- How to upgrade to Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 using command-line
- Fixing the issue: Cannot find E-discovery arbitration mailbox with name=$name
- Exchange 2013 SP1 Transport Agent Fix (updated)
- Load Balancing in Exchange 2013
- Now Available: GetLogFileUsage.ps1 script
- You don’t have sufficient permissions. This operation can only be performed by a manager of this group.
- MAPI-HTTP Alchemy Exchange 2013 SP1
- Monitoring Exchange 2013 with SCOM 2012 (Part 3)
- Managing Certificates in Exchange Server 2013 (Part 2)
- Do you want to allow outlook.com to use additional storage on your computer?
- Exporting to or importing from Excel in Outlook 2013
- Why MEC is the place to be for Exchange admin/consultants/enthusiasts
- Tools for validating a hybrid deployment
- Exchange Unwashed Digest – February 2014
- EMS command logging reappears in Exchange 2013 SP1
- Exchange 2013 SP1 suffers late-breaking bug that affects third-party products
7 de Março de 2014
6 de Março de 2014
Depois de noticiados alguns problemas com a instalação do Service Pack 1 do Exchange Server 2013, tal como o descrito no título deste post, a Microsoft disponibilizou um fix (KB2938053):
Describes an issue in which the Exchange Transport service cannot start in Exchange Server 2013. This issue occurs when third-party transport agents do not load correctly.
After you install Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or you upgrade an existing Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 installation to Exchange Server 2013 SP1, third-party or custom-developed transport agents cannot be installed correctly. Additionally, the Microsoft Exchange Transport service (MSExchangeTransport.exe) cannot start automatically. Specifically, you cannot enable third-party products that rely on transport agents. For example, you cannot enable anti-malware software or custom-developed transport agents. When the installation fails, you also receive an error message that resembles the following: The TransportAgentFactory type must be the Microsoft .NET class type of the transport agent factory.
1 de Março de 2014
- Data loss prevention in Exchange just got better
- Released: Update Rollup 5 for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 3 and Update Rollup 13 for Exchange 2007 Service Pack 3
- Released: Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1
- Namespace Planning in Exchange 2013
- Slipstream Office 2013 setup with SP1
- Office 2013 Service Pack 1 now available
- NEW! Technical Support Webcast: Enhancements to Message Trace in Office 365
- UPDATE 2! Technical Webcast: First Look at Exchange Server 2013 SP1
- S/MIME encryption now in Office 365
- What’s New: February 2014
- Microsoft Quietly Releases SP1 for Office 2013, Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013
- Microsoft Supporting S/MIME Security for Exchange Server, Outlook and Office 365
- Exchange 2010 Tip Of The Day – 26 To 50
- Exchange 2013 SP1 Released
- Exchange 2010 Tip Of The Day – 51 To 75
- What you need to know about Exchange 2013 SP1
- Exchange Server 2013 Transitions from RPC to HTTP
- Microsoft delivers Service Pack 1 for Office 2013 client and servers
- Exchange Server 2013 SP1: A Mixture of New and Completed Features
- Free tools for Windows Server admins
- Configure essential tasks in an Exchange CAS deployment
- Choosing the best Exchange certificate option
- How to prepare Windows Server 2012 R2 to support Exchange Server 2013 SP1
- Event 9414 means your OAB is missing objects
- Function: Set-PowerPlan – Adjust The Power Plan of a Server
- Inbound e-mail not accepted after applying Exchange 2013 SP1
- What’s new in Exchange 2013 SP1
- Exchange Server 2013 FAQ: Where is Cumulative Update 4?
- Upgrading Exchange Server 2013 Servers to Service Pack 1
- External Mail Flow Not Working After Exchange Server 2013 SP1 Upgrade
- Exchange Server 2010 Support for Windows Server 2012 R2
- Adding an additional/Shared Mailbox to OWA with EWS and Powershell in Exchange 2013
- Exporting Contacts to a CSV file using the EWS Managed API and Powershell
- Time to Move from Exchange 2003
- Windows Server 2012 R2 and Database Availability Groups
- Transport High Availability in Exchange 2013 (Part 4)
- Planning and Migrating a Small Organization from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2013 (Part 1)
- Changing the default location for saving and opening message Templates (oft-files)
- How to check the Service Pack level in Office 2013
- On-premises Exchange and OWA for Devices
- Database Availability Groups – Storage Swing Migrations
- Office 365: Manage Office 365 features when Outlook Web Access is disabled on a mailbox.
- Exchange 2013 SP1 Breaks Hub Transport service
- Exchange 2013 SP1 introduces simplified DAGs
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 11:04
27 de Fevereiro de 2014
Há muitas e muitas razões para instalar o mais recente (e primeiro) service pack para o Exchange 2013. Para quem tem uma política de só instalar software da Microsoft após o lançamento do SP1, é chagada finalmente a altura de migrar para a mais recente versão do Exchange Server. Para quem já está a correr o Exchange Server 2013, vai ficar certamente entusiasmado com as muitas novidades:
- DLP Policy Tips in Outlook Web App
- DLP Document Fingerprinting
- DLP sensitive information types for new regions
- S/MIME support for OWA
- Windows Server 2012 R2 support
- Exchange Admin Center Cmdlet Logging
- ADFS for OWA
- Edge Transport server role
- New communication method for Exchange and Outlook (MAPI/HTTP)
- DAGs without Cluster Administrative Access
- SSL offloading
- Enhanced text editor for OWA
- Apps for Office in Compose
Links de Download
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) - Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) resolves issues that were found in previous versions of Exchange Server 2013. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2013 customers.
- Exchange Server 2013 SP1 UM Language Packs - These downloads contain pre-recorded prompts, grammar files, text to speech data, Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) files, and Voice Mail Preview capabilities for a specific language that is supported by Exchange 2013 SP1 Unified Messaging (UM). Warning: This UM language pack must only be installed as an add-in to Exchange Server 2013 SP1 Unified Messaging.
26 de Fevereiro de 2014
Os Update Rollup 13 for Exchange 2007 SP3 e Update Rollup 5 For Exchange 2010 SP3 foram recentemente disponibilizados para download.
- Update Rollup 13 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (KB2917522)
Update Rollup 13 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (SP3) resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2007 SP3 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2007 SP3 customers.
For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB2917522.
This update rollup does not apply to Exchange Server 2007 Release To Manufacturing (RTM), Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 Update Rollup 13 provides recent DST changes and adds the ability to publish a 2007 Edge Server from Exchange Server 2013.
For a list of update rollups applicable to Exchange Server 2007 RTM , Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2), refer to the Knowledge Base article KB937052.
- Update Rollup 5 For Exchange 2010 SP3 (KB2917508)
Update Rollup 5 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 (SP3) resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2010 SP3 RU3 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2010 SP3 customers.
For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB2917508.
This update rollup does not apply to Exchange Server 2010 Release To Manufacturing (RTM), Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
For a list of update rollups applicable to Exchange Server 2010 RTM , Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2), refer to the Knowledge Base article KB937052.
22 de Fevereiro de 2014
- Four synchronization issues between Outlook and site mailboxes
- Where are Microsoft's next versions of Office for Windows and Mac?
- Why it's easier than ever to deploy hybrid Exchange Server
- Demo Scripts for Using Remote Windows PowerShell to Manage Office 365 Now Available
- NEW! Office 365 Message Encryption Technical Webcast
- Office 365 Message Encryption — now rolling out!
- Microsoft's Office Web Apps Now Called 'Office Online'
- Microsoft Goes Live with Office 365 Message Encryption
- Exchange RBAC Tips N Tricks – PowerShell
- Exchange 2010 Tip Of The Day – 1 To 25
- ECP don not show all Organization Units in Active Directory
- Restore an Exchange Server 2013 Database to a Recovery Database
- Exchange Server 2013 Error: An Inconsistency in the Active Directory Was Detected
- Restoring a Mailbox from an Exchange Server 2013 Recovery Database
- Exchange On-Premises TAP Program accepting nominations
- Hierarchical Address Book now available in Office 365 too
- Outlook 2013 profile might not update after mailbox is moved to Exchange 2013
- Transforming work, transforming Office
- Introduction to the DirSync Toolbox
- Exchange Online Protection enhancements — Part 1
- Managing Certificates in Exchange Server 2013 (Part 1)
- Deploying an Exchange 2013 Hybrid Lab Environment in Windows Azure (Part 2)
- Combine or nest multiple Contact Groups into one
- Color code folders in Search results
- Exchange 2013 Managed Availability HealthSet Troubleshooting
- Outlook Web App 2013 and mail public folders
- Office 365 message encryption and HABs
- Exchange's most annoying and confusing error message
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 11:30
14 de Fevereiro de 2014
- Microsoft Beefs Up Exchange Online Protection
- The raging debate around the lack of NFS support in Exchange
- Do you need third-party email security tools?
- Why it's easier than ever to deploy hybrid Exchange Server
- Five tips for understanding your Exchange compliance options
- Adding header text or a top-banner to all outgoing mail
- Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365
- Exchange Online Protection enhancements — Part 1
- Exchange RBAC Primer
- Running a Secure Service
- Get-EASDeviceReport.ps1 V1.01 Available
- Restoring Exchange Server 2013 Databases Using Windows Server Backup
- How to Decommission a Shared SMTP Namespace in Exchange Server
- Using PowerShell Custom Objects in Exchange Server Reporting Scripts
- EHLO Again! The Exchange Team Blog Defined
- Exchange Online Migration Guided Walk Through (GWT) released
- MEC is back again this year
- MAPI Developers: Create profiles programmatically to connect Exchange 2013/Legacy Exchange versions, Office 365
- Configure Outlook OOF External Option For Outlook Users Exchange 2010
- Mailbox move failed at 95% with Exception Unable to modify Table (Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010)
- Exchange 2010 , X.400 addresses missing, do I really need them?
- Transport High Availability in Exchange 2013 (Part 3)
- Planning and migrating a small organization from Exchange 2007 to 2013 (Part 17)
- Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365 released!
- Office 365 UK User Group Slides – Tips and Tricks for Migrating to Exchange Online
- Remove my name from the top header when printing an email as a delegate
- Keys to deploying Exchange without emptying the wallet
- Adapting Exchange on-premises scripts for Exchange Online
- Switching between Calendar and Tasks folders in Outlook.com
- The Outlook 2013 slider and its potential effect on archive mailboxes
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 18:07