You Had Me At EHLO…

The Microsoft Exchange Team Blog
  1. Introducing the Exchange Online Fiddler Extension
    Working in support at Microsoft, you get to deal with a lot of organizations who are migrating to Exchange Online. This type of migration dramatically changes how web traffic flows in the organization as the traffic moves away from Exchange on the Local Area Network to servers hosted by Microsoft in a Microsoft Data Center,...
  2. Improvements in Public Folder Migration to Exchange Online
    We have been working hard behind the scenes to improve the public folder migration experience and are very glad to announce even more improvements. These improvements will help you in faster onboarding of public folders to Exchange Online. Speed improvements Mailbox Replication Service (MRS) performs certain clean-up tasks during the finalization phase of the migration....
  3. Released: Hybrid Organization Configuration Transfer V2
    We are happy to announce Organization Configuration Transfer (OCT) - V2, which includes updates to OCT-Phase 1 that was launched earlier this year. OCT-V2 further reduces the manual work that admins are required to do once the hybrid setup is complete. OCT-V2 is now available as part of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW). What does...
  4. Announcing support to migrate up to 250K public folders from Exchange On-Premises to Exchange Online
    In an earlier post, we announced we were increasing the maximum number of public folders that could be migrated from Exchange Server 2010 to Exchange Online to 250K. We also highlighted in that post that the migration of public folders on Exchange Server 2013 and 2016 were limited to 100K. We’ve been working hard to...
  5. Microsoft Ignite 2018 – The Recap
    Microsoft Ignite 2018 ended a few weeks ago, and what a great event it was. It was great to see so many of our customers, partners and friends there – thank you for coming to our sessions, thank you for coming to the booth, thank you for hanging out with us whenever the opportunity arose...