Exchange Server 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000 Articles & Tutorials
Microsoft Exchange is one of the world’s most popular email server platforms, and first appeared in 1993. Exchange has grown to support and integrate many other communication technologies, including unified communications, instant messaging, email web access, group calendaring and scheduling, and IP telephony. The most current version is Exchange 2013, which was released in October 2012.
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Recent Exchange Articles
Lync is a great tool for internal communications, but have you tried it for external communications? Find out how to deploy Lync Federation in this post!
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Need to quickly poll your meeting attendees? Discover how to create, edit, and share a poll in Microsoft Lync with this handy tutorial.
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Manually seeding a database isn’t common, but it's good in a pinch. Learn to manually seed an Exchange 2010 DAG database in this tutorial.
Need to your Exchange servers to go outside your internal domain? No problem! Learn to configure Exchange 2010 to receive emails from external domains via GUI
IT pros need to know that they can reach out and erase a mobile device's data at a moment's notice. Learn how to remotely wipe a device using Exchange in this
AutoDiscover in Exchange is often overlooked but can provide some excellent functionality to your users, making it easier to setup new mail clients and
Virtually every modern email client supports the IMAP protocol. In this article, Microsoft Exchange expert Tom Finnis looks at the main reasons for implementing