In a December 24 announcement, Microsoft says that the roll-out of DNSSEC and DANE support in Exchange Online will start in mid-January 2022. Because this is a big change for the Exchange Online infrastructure, Microsoft is using a phased deployment which won’t complete until mid-May. Support for DNSSEC and DANE has been coming for a long time, but it’s good that the extra security which these standards bring will be available to Exchange Online tenants.
Task Publishing in Teams allows you to create tasks that need to be distributed and duplicated across your organization, such as daily store checks. In part one, Microsoft MVP Steve Goodman walks through how to plan your Task Publishing deployment.
Tune in next Wednesday, 26th Jan for part two, and on Feb 2nd for part three.
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