The New-DistributionGroup cmdlet has been in Exchange since 2006. It creates a new distribution list that is easily populated with a few commands. Although Microsoft might like everyone to use the new-fangled Microsoft 365 Groups, the fact remains that distribution lists are very useful. So much so that many millions are still in active use. In this article, we explore how to create new standard and dynamic distribution lists with PowerShell.
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Microsoft has released security patches to address four new remote code vulnerabilities in Exchange 2013,2016, and 2019. At the same time, the FBI has removed web shells from compromised servers, but only in the U.S. Now more than ever it is essential that Exchange Server administrators apply all available patches and make sure that their servers have no lingering surprises left behind by attackers.
Hybrid hasn’t changed much – but everything around it has. Over the last few years small changes to the way people deploy Microsoft 365 along with bigger shifts in the way your secure Microsoft 365 mean your old assumptions about Exchange Online migrations have to change. Has SharePoint become the go-to technology in Microsoft 365? Has HAFNIUM made publishing Exchange for Hybrid migrations more difficult? And how can MFA impact your once seamless migrations?
Microsoft Exchange and security experts answer the top seven questions around compromise and mitigation for the HAFNIUM Exchange Server 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019 exploits. The Q&A was pulled from an intense, hour-long panel discussion that covers this topic in-depth.
Microsoft wants you to know that patching the four critical security flaws in Microsoft Exchange Server does not remediate existing compromised systems. Organizations need to patch, and then they need to investigate and, if compromised, stop the attack. Exchange Server Microsoft Certified Master and MVP Jeff Guillet, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master and MVP Michael Van Horenbeeck (a.k.a. Mr. Van Hybrid), Microsoft MVP Paul Robichaux, and CISSP and Quest Software solutions expert Bryan Patton answer questions during the panel discussion on March 12.