For the first episode of 2022, Paul Robichaux and I didn’t think we’d still be talking about Microsoft Exchange. But, here we are – as with the new year, new problems in Exchange On-Premises greeted Exchange admins. On the show this week we discuss Y2K22 first, and then take a deep dive into why 2022 is beginning, yet again, with Exchange On-Premises issues.
Find articles about deploying, configuring and administering Microsoft Exchange Server for on-premises environments.
A version checking problem for malware engine signature files caused on-premises Exchange servers to fail to process inbound email. The issue appears to be due to a date validation problem caused when the checking routine couldn’t deal with 2022 when the new year rolled around. Microsoft fixed the problem, but the issue poses questions about Microsoft’s commitment to on-premises Exchange Server.
We’ve had a bumper year on Practical 365. To finish up 2021 here are eleven articles that you can’t miss as you break for the holiday season and get ready for 2022.
Microsoft has issued security updates for Exchange 2013, 2016, and 2019. The updates can only be applied to servers running up-to-date cumulative updates. Organizations running Exchange 2016 or 2019 should apply the updates as a matter of urgency because of a known vulnerability circulating in the wild.
Microsoft Ignite 2021 happens (virtually) on Nov 2-4. There are tons of sessions scheduled and in this post we consider some important Microsoft 365 topics that we hope Microsoft will cover to help technologists plan tenant development over the coming year. Above all, we’re looking forward to being able to attend conferences like Ignite in person so that we can learn from experts from inside and outside Microsoft.