Any messaging administrator will tell you that it’s hard to fight against spam. As we read about most cybersecurity incidents starting with (spear)phishing attacks, it also becomes increasingly clear messaging administrators in small and medium-sized business need to work harder or smarter to protect their colleagues. Messaging in the modern age Many organizations started their … Continue reading "Hornetsecurity’s 365 Threat Monitor: Get rid of unwanted and potentially dangerous messages"
Category: Microsoft Office
X marks the spot! My 10th Microsoft MVP Award
Today, I received a localized e-mail from the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award team: In Dutch, it reads: Beste Sander Berkouwer, Nogmaals presenteren we u met genoegen de 2018-2019 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award als erkenning van uw buitengewone leiderschap in technische community’s. We waarderen uw uitmuntende bijdragen in de volgende technische community’s … Continue reading "X marks the spot! My 10th Microsoft MVP Award"
My Cybersecurity Talk interview with CQURE Academy is now available
Raymond Comvalius and I presented at the Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NICConf) in February of this year. Before our Azure AD B2C and Azure AD B2B session, we were interviewed by Paula Januszkiewicz for her CQURE Academy. Raymond’s interview for this series of CyberSecurity Talk has been available for some time. Yesterday CQURE Academy published my … Continue reading "My Cybersecurity Talk interview with CQURE Academy is now available"
Be careful with Outlook customizations! Use AutoDiscover!
During a migration from Exchange 2007 to 2013, we moved several mailboxes as pilot users. Coexistence was fully configured and on my test machine everything worked fine. However, the pilot users had trouble connecting with Exchange 2013 after their mailbox was successfully moved to Exchange 2013 servers. OWA and ActiveSync worked without any hitch. The … Continue reading "Be careful with Outlook customizations! Use AutoDiscover!"
Exchange 2013 SP1 is out! And now?
Yesterday the Exchange Team finally released Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1). And even as promised within early 2014! Nothing like a major release to get those blog writing blocks lifted . Download SP1 here and see their blog here. Be sure to check out the release notes and the What’s New page. So, what … Continue reading "Exchange 2013 SP1 is out! And now?"
Exchange 2013 and all other Office products RTM bits are now available on TechNet!
Looks like Microsoft itself can’t wait to release the RTM bits of Exchange 2013 and it’s family members, because they are currently available on TechNet. See proof below: Like the RTM announcement this availability is quite a lot sooner than expected, or actually announced. Microsoft itself aimed at half november for TechNet subscribers. Should we … Continue reading "Exchange 2013 and all other Office products RTM bits are now available on TechNet!"
Outlook 2010 Standard does not support Personal Archive
This week a colleague of mine asked me whether Office 2010 Standard supports the Personal Archiving functionality of Exchange 2010. I assumed it did, but he provided me with some Microsoft information that stated otherwise. At minimum the Professional Edition is needed. I couldn't find any other piece of collaborating evidence or just confusing information … Continue reading "Outlook 2010 Standard does not support Personal Archive"
Office 2010 RTM and available on Technet
There was some confusion when Office 2010 would be available on Technet and such. Well, I'm downloading it now [:D] Microsoft Office 2010 released to manufacturing (RTM) Office 2010 RTM W00t!
Microsoft offers Office 2007 with huge rebates.
I recently visited a customer, where the IT manager had second thoughts about an offer he received from his current IT partner and Microsoft.