At the Exchange 2019 session, we were both amazed by the huge turnout, with people eagerly waiting outside the Expo Theatre. We came to realise there is still an invested interest across the industry in Exchange, which is interesting since the proliferation of the cloud. As Co-Chief Editors of Practical 365 we want to know, is this going to work practically? If you’re planning an Exchange 2019 upgrade, let us know because we want to learn about your experiences. Also, we have a Practical 365 Exchange Upgrade Guide coming soon so keep your eyes peeled.

About the Author

Steve Goodman

Chief Editor for Audio and Video Content and Technology Writer for Practical 365, focused on Microsoft 365. A nine-time Microsoft MVP, author of several Exchange Server books and regular conference speaker, including at Microsoft conferences including Ignite, TechEd and Future Decoded. Steve has worked with Microsoft technology for over 20 years beginning and has been writing about Exchange and the earliest iterations of Office 365 since its inception. Steve helps customers plan their digital transformation journey and gets hands on with Microsoft Teams, Exchange and Identity projects.


  1. mehrdad

    so what should we do about Voicemails? any solution?

  2. Abdullah

    Thanks for sharing

  3. Dan Waters

    Currently we have no plans to put email in the cloud. We would consider Exchange 2019 however we use the UM feature. Without UM in Exchange we’d need to look for a third party UM solution that works with Exchange 2019.

    1. Franck

      Same constraint here. A future post about potential solution to replace the UM solution between Skype for Business and Exchange 2019 is welcome.

      1. Sigi Jagott

        We appreciate your feedback! The post will be available very shortly 🙂

  4. Rkast

    Nice, waiting for the migration guide! Keep up coming with the good blog Posts Guys.

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