Microsoft announced earlier this month that it's planning to deprecate the Exchange Web Services API for Office 365 users.
The Microsoft Exchange team got more talkative this week regarding a few improvements and changes, mostly on the server side.
Microsoft's Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard tool, when used by organizations to move Exchange Server configuration settings to Exchange Online, will be getting the ability to transfer policies, too, by the end of this month.
When a bulk migration from Google's e-mail platform to Microsoft's isn't in the cards, here's how to do it mailbox by mailbox.
Organizations that use the Microsoft Teams chat-workspace service but that also keep their Exchange e-mail server data on-premises now have new optional e-discovery, compliance content search, preview and export options.
Cutover migrations can greatly simplify the process of migrating from Exchange Server to Exchange Online -- once you clear a few notable hurdles.
Microsoft has expanded its Exchange Online public folder limits, once again.
A step-by-step guide to moving your organization's mailboxes from Google's cloud productivity suite to Microsoft's.
Microsoft now enables the use of Outlook e-mail client applications for Android or iOS devices with some Exchange Server products in "hybrid modern authentication" scenarios.
Microsoft gave notice it's ending Outlook Web Apps for Android, iPad and iPhone devices over the next couple of months.
Peter Bauer's perch offers a commanding view of one of the greatest migrations in the history of IT -- the movement from on-premises Exchange servers to Office 365.
Microsoft wants Office 365 customers to stop using the old Transport Layer Security 1.0 and 1.1 protocols, and use TLS 1.2 instead.
Software security company Kaspersky Lab this week began offering security protections for Exchange Online users with a new cloud-based service.
Microsoft plans to add limited support for e-mail internationalization sometime this quarter for Office 365 Exchange Online Enterprise plan users.
Microsoft announced this week that "hybrid modern authentication" for Exchange and Skype for Business has reached "general availability" status, meaning the capability is ready for commercial use.
Microsoft has a lot riding on the success of Azure Stack because it's the foundation of its true long-promised hybrid cloud platform.
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