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Practical PowerShell Exchange Server 2016 aka Writing a book

Written on March 29, 2017 at 9:03 AM, by

Some of you may have wondered why I was somewhat quiet. The reason was that during the last year (and a half?) I was writing a book with MVP Damian Scoles. That book is now available as an PDF and Apple iBook! The physical paperback is now also available in our shop and includes a […]

Exchange Server 2007 (almost) EOL!

Written on March 20, 2017 at 12:19 PM, by

Just a quick reminder that Exchange Server 2007 will have no support after April 11th 2017. Although every install will continue without any issue after this date, it is a risk continuing the use of this product. Security fixes won’t come available, but also little things like timezone/daylight savings changes aren’t updated which could have […]

The end is nigh for Exchange 2007: support nearing end and some other reasons to upgrade

Written on April 11, 2016 at 6:20 PM, by

The Exchange Team blog reminded us today that in about a year the extended support for Exchange Server 2007 will end. This means no more updates of any kind, not even security updates. Feature updates already stopped 4 years earlier when Mainstream support ended. The product will continue to run, but how longer it’s being […]

Exchange Server 2016 is available! Now what?

Written on October 1, 2015 at 7:22 PM, by

Today Exchange Server 2016 for on-premises installations became available! Some important links: Exchange Team Blog: Exchange Server 2016: Forged in the cloud. Now available on-premises. Direct download (without a valid license key this is an 180 day evaluation) Exchange 2016 Unified Message Language Packs Technical Documentation Release Notes Product guide (feature glance) Before you rush with installing […]

In light of Windows 10: Comparing Service and Privacy agreements

Written on September 14, 2015 at 9:00 PM, by

There’s been a lot of media attention regarding Windows 10 and privacy concerns. Unfortunately not all reports contain correct facts while others suggest some of the implemented technology is unique for Windows 10. There’s a lot of bad reporting (do some of them even fact check?) or even malicious FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) out […]