Microsoft announced last week that it is going live with some new Office 365 and Exchange Online improvements for IT pros.
Microsoft's Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) solution, an Exchange Online e-mail security feature, went live this month.
Microsoft indicated this week that it plans to smooth out its e-mail archiving process for customers using Office 365 E3 or E4 plans.
Microsoft plans to activate its Clutter e-mail prioritization service for its business-grade Office 365 subscribers, starting next month.
Microsoft offered a glimpse of Exchange Server 2016 at its Ignite event for IT pros this week.
Microsoft's Office 365 subscribers will soon get enhanced "nondelivery reports" designed to simplify e-mail troubleshooting.
Microsoft has increased the maximum size of an e-mail message that can be sent by an organization using its cloud-based Office 365 services to 150MB.
Knowing how to edit the spam content filter means delving into how Microsoft determines which messages are junk.
Microsoft is promising a "first look at Exchange Server 2016" at its Ignite conference coming up in May.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced new security tools for Office 365 users that aim to harden e-mail from phishing and malware attacks.
Migrating from traditional on-premises e-mail to the growing Microsoft cloud can be easier with this game plan.
Office 365's Clutter feature looks to simplify your inbox by recognizing which e-mails are not important to you based off of behavior.
Microsoft has started to roll out a few management improvements to its Clutter service for Office 365 subscribers.
Amazon Web Service (AWS) announced the preview of its new enterprise e-mail service called Amazon WorkMail this week.
Microsoft added another recovery method that IT pros can try when they need to restore accidentally deleted Exchange Online mailboxes.