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Free community event in Maarssen (NL) this Thursday evening

Written on February 19, 2018 at 12:43 PM, by

What? A free community event in a first collaboration between Dutch and Belgian Exchange, Skype and Office 365 experts. There will be two sessions, but before and after sessions you are free to talk with any of them about Exchange, Skype for Business/Teams and Office 365. When? This Thursday evening starting at 18:00. Where? Maarssen […]

Office 365 will allow TLS 1.2 only starting October 31st 2018

Written on January 10, 2018 at 10:51 PM, by

*Update 10 February 2018* So, Microsoft announced a new date for this change and updated their support article regarding TLS support. It’s now October 31st 2018, instead of March 1st 2018. This gives organizations a lot more time to prepare for this change. IMHO the previous date was maybe a little too ambitious and it […]

I’ll be speaking at E-Communications & Collaboration Day 2017 (BE-COM.eu) on May 3rd 2017

Written on April 20, 2017 at 5:39 PM, by

In a few weeks, I’ll be travelling to Novotel Leuven in my neighboring country Belgium for the E-Communications & Collaboration Day 2017, a full-day (May 3rd 2017) of expert presentations and content about Office 365, Exchange, Skype for Business and related technologies. During this day, I will be presenting “Securing Exchange Online”: In this session, […]

Creating an Activity alert in Office 365

Written on April 10, 2017 at 3:56 PM, by

Within Office 365 you can use Audit Logging to monitor specific actions admins and users take. It’s comparable with Auditing within Exchange, but for most of all actions available in your Office 365 tenant. However, you need to do a search to find those actions perhaps long after the fact. That might be adequate for […]

Can I place my Exchange hybrid management server in Azure and use Azure Domain Services?

Written on March 31, 2017 at 3:18 PM, by

As some might know (although I and others have to repeat this regularly…), if you enable directory synchronization from your on-premises Active Directory (AD) and you migrate all you Exchange mailboxes to Exchange Online you still require an Exchange server to manage mail(box) objects. It is the only supported solution, even though some use third […]