Can you remove the last Exchange Server? Perhaps - but not without a few caveats. Read our take on this new capability and what it offers.
If you've migrated to Exchange Online, make sure you stop publishing your Exchange Servers to the internet. After a standard Hybrid migration, you still might be reliant on Exchange Server and in this article you can find out why and how to move remaining web services to Microsoft 365.
If you prefer to run Exchange Server setup for new installations or cumulative updates using the GUI rather than the command line, then you aren’t alone, and if you are finally getting round to removing an Exchange Server 2010 or 2013 Hybrid and replacing it with Exchange Server 2016, then it’s better late than never. […]
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?
How to manage Exchange Server mailbox and delegate cross-forest permissions Office 365 hybrid deployments.
An overview of the steps to remove an Edge Transport server from an Exchange hybrid environment.
Take a closer look at how Mailscape 365 provides in depth monitoring and alerting for Office 365 and Exchange hybrid deployments.
If you plan to remove your on-premises Exchange Servers after you migrate to Office 365, there's a few things that you need to know first.
How to cut over inbound mail flow for a Hybrid configuration to use Exchange Online Protection for anti-spam and anti-virus protection.