In this article, Jaap Wesselius reviews the different types of Exchange Server certificates, their uses, and how to manage them.
On the show this week, Steve, Paul and Rich are joined by Microsoft's VP Director of Identity Security, Alex Weinert, to discuss almost all things related to securing identities. We hear about what happened behind the scenes during Storm-0558, and we discuss essential steps to protect Microsoft 365. And we discuss the latest news in the world of Microsoft 365 - in particular we discuss the new Teams 2.1 client that recently became GA, and for those still running on-premises or Hybrid Exchange Servers, it is time to get patching.
In this blog, Becky Cross reviews some key Takeaways and next steps from the recent TEC Talk: What to Do About Exchange On-Premises After Microsoft Starts to Block Messages.
After seemingly ignoring the situation for years, Microsoft delivered modern authentication for Exchange Server (for pure on-premises organizations) in Exchange 2019 CU13. The solution uses ADFS to issue and manage the OAuth 2.0 tokens and is supported by the latest version of Outlook for Windows. Support for other clients is in the works.
My team has recently worked on some projects featuring multi-tenant and multi-Exchange environments. A common requirement for all projects is the ability to share free/busy information across all environments. In this article, I will dive into using free/busy sharing with Exchange/Microsoft 365 in the worldwide cloud. Sharing Free/Busy Information Let’s start with the obvious issues: […]
Welcome to the first installment of Practical Protection with Paul Robichaux. Paul illustrates four general security principles and talks about how you can practically apply them to your Exchange environment.