There is a series of good online training sessions for Microsoft Exchange 2016 from edX, and it’s free!
(there’s also a paid option if one would like to get an edX’s certificate of listener)
Exchange 2016 Infrastructure – Learn how to plan, configure and manage Active Directory infrastructure requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016.
This computer science course describes planning and configuring the Active Directory infrastructure requirements to support an Exchange Server 2016 organization. You will also learn how to deploy and configure Exchange 2016 servers for messaging. This course will cover how you manage Exchange servers, create recipients in Exchange 2016 and manage permissions of the mailboxes. Finally, you will learn how to set up role-based access and control for your Exchange 2016 environment.
This course is part of the Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 XSeries. By completing this course, you will gain a better understanding of the infrastructure requirements of Exchange Server 2016. What you’ll learn:
Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 prerequisites, requirements, and deployment
Manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 and Recipient Objects
Manage Mail-enabled Object Permissions
Plan and Implement Public Folder Mailboxes
Plan and Configure Administrative Security and Auditing
As we settled a good tradition to get together nearly every 15th of each month – let’s go on.
October 15th, kl.1630-1830 is the next Club’s meeting date, and I propose to run it in my office.
Exchange 2016 wow!s 😀
Mail encryption in Office 365
How did you spend your summer (joke)
I guess Steinar is going to tell the story of their recent achievements with Windows Azure, I’ve heard they nearly committed the project. I will try to invite online a new member and our colleague – an Exchange Architect from Netherlands, would be nice if he can join us. And yeah, of course – bring your questions and challenges, it turned we often have utterly useful discussions all together. Welcome, pals!
It’s a Microsoft’s best practice to run every Exchange server role on 2 servers at least. So when you deploy a new HubTransport, or HubTransport+Mailbox server – you face a task to duplicate SMTP receive connectors for printers, devices and other services like MSSQL, monitoring and reporting, etc. Medium to large organizations can use several such connectors with dozens of IP addresses and ranges, so copying it manually from server to server is an ungrateful burden.
Here is a nice and sharp method to clone such connectors with all its configuration en masse. God bless Powershell 🙂 UPDATE: A full PS1 script is available for download in the TechNet Scripts Gallery.
As always – one can use these binaries to update their virtual lab installation, a production server, or install a new one. One of the most important points if this CU – is building compatibility to Exchange 2016 future releases.
Most draw-attention fixes and updates:
KB3093866 The number of search results can’t be more than 250 when you search email messages in Exchange Server 2013
KB3078438 Performance issues occur in an Exchange Server 2013 environment that’s running BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5
KB3078404 Can’t access a shared mailbox after you migrate from Exchange Server 2010 to Exchange Server 2013
KB3074823 No Send As audit events are logged when you use Send As permission in Exchange Server 2013
KB3071776 “A problem occurred” error when you access shared folders in Exchang Server 2013 mailbox by using Outlook Web App