Microsoft has stirred up a quite load of enthusiasm by the recent appearance of Exchange 2016. As the new version raised inquiries among IT professionals for new solutions, Microsoft in fact did not soothe this yearning for any cutting-edge technologies. You get a bundle of improvements, out of which the removal of the Client Access Role and replacing MAPI with EWS seem to be one of the most relevant developments (read more about it). What’s more, if you had any high hopes for any breakthroughs in terms of version coexistence with legacy, Exchange 2003 or 2007, then you know now that with this version Microsoft has clearly stated its engineering policy and is rather far from that.
Continue reading ‘Migrate legacy (2003 or 2007) Exchange to Exchange 2016′
As an Exchange/Office 365 administrator, you are perhaps loaded with work to make sure everything functions smoothly and no disaster is going to affect your company. There is no need to mention that a situation in which the company cannot function properly due to unexpected technical issues is the boss’s hardly favorite one. However, when there is so much you need to care about you may simply miss one important thing – namely creating backup copies of all mailbox data that might be necessary to ensure business continuity.
Continue reading ‘Convince your boss to back up Exchange/Office 365 mailbox data!’
This year’s IT Dev Connections takes place in Aria Hotel and Resort in Las Vegas. Allegedly what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, but since we did not throw a mattress out of the window and we didn’t kidnap anyone (yet), I think I can share my first impressions after day 1 of Penton Media’s flagship conference.
It’s the third conference taking place in the US that we are sponsoring and exhibiting on in 2015. Traveling from Poland is not an easy thing (especially if you’re based far from any international airport) and this time it took us three days to get to Nevada. No… we didn’t travel by bike, it’s our flight that got delayed and grounded us in Philadelphia for 15 hours. Anyway… let’s cut to the chase.
Continue reading ‘How IT Dev Connections 2015 stacks up against Microsoft IT Conferences’
Gasping for breath, we barely came back from Microsoft Ignite and Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2015 in Orlando… we’ve been there, we’ve seen it and we loved it! But it’s time to move on, the CodeTwo USA Tour continues and we’ve got another big event coming up ahead.
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Taking into account the fact that email signatures are an important part of any business visual identity, it seems to be crucial to prepare them in a professional way. Perhaps in most organizations, email signatures are managed by administrators as only they have appropriate rights to provide any changes on the server e.g. setting up transport rules. However, what if they prefer to delegate this part of their duties to someone else, namely a marketing representative?
Continue reading ‘How can marketing department manage email signatures in Exchange environment?’
CodeTwo Sync for iCloud synchronizes Outlook calendars, contacts and tasks with iCloud folders, its new version has just been released!
The recent 1.3.3 update overhauls the issue of constant replication of meeting requests that were received from external contacts in synchronized calendars. Moreover, it solves the problem of using of temporary license key which may have caused the software to display wrong number of days until the trial expiration date.
All CodeTwo Sync for iCloud users are recommended to download and install the newest update. It is free of charge for all license owners. In order to download the latest release, please follow the link provided. Users who are eager to obtain a new license, please visit our website and check our price.
Download CodeTwo Sync for iCloud 1.3.3
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We are excited to announce that three long-awaited features have been added along with the newest versions of our backup tools CodeTwo Backup for Office 365 and CodeTwo Backup for Exchange. Starting from this version, it is possible to:
- archive mailbox data kept in local storages (also to .pst files)
- set up a retention policy for items in storages
- enable email alerts sent by the program
Continue reading ‘Archive Exchange & Office 365 mailboxes to PST – CodeTwo Backup updated!’
Have you ever considered creating a backup copy of all your important Office 365 emails and storing them locally? Perhaps you have already thought of a native backup solution that would help you to keep your emails somewhere safe and, if necessary, to restore them at any time. Everyone who is concerned about fulfilling legal requirements related to electronic record retention, keeping important data in multiple backup copies, or simply not being interested in paying for inactive Office 365 accounts knows the challenges here.
Continue reading ‘How to backup Office 365 mail to local drive?’
If you are a Microsoft Exchange administrator, there’s a 99% chance you’ve at least once already asked yourself the eternal question: should I move to Office 365 or stay with Exchange on-premises?
Because Office 365 is all the rage lately, looking for the answer on IT forums and expert blogs has probably turned up a lot of opinions in favor of The Cloud. This, of course, is to be expected, given that Microsoft has been putting an enormous effort into promoting their online mail platform. But there is a downside to Redmond’s publicity push. Namely, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for users to tell the facts from the marketing jargon.
Continue reading ‘Conversational Office 365 Migrations by J. Peter Bruzzese – download free PDF’
Our email signature management tools for Microsoft Exchange, the family of CodeTwo Exchange Rules and CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro products, have just been equipped with a feature that admins of hybrid environments (Office 365 with Exchange on-premises) will find very helpful.
Starting with the latest release, CodeTwo Exchange Rules programs can be easily deployed in hybrids environments with the centralized mail transport option enabled. In this configuration, CodeTwo Exchange Rules can automatically process any mail traveling through your on-premises Exchange. Thanks to a new setting in the CodeTwo Exchange Rules’ Sent Items Update service, all of those emails can also be updated in users’ Sent Items folders to feature the added email signatures.
To get details on changes and fixes included in this and previous releases go to the version history of CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro, 2013, 2010 and 2007.
To update your deployment of CodeTwo Exchange Rules to the latest version, download the installer for you program using one of the below links, and run it on top of all CodeTwo Exchange Rules installations in your organization.
You are eligible for a free update to this version of CodeTwo Exchange Rules, if the first digit of the version you are licensed for matches the first digit of the respective version linked below.
CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro ver. 2.4.0
CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2013 ver. 2.4.0
CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 ver. 3.4.0
CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2007 ver. 4.4.0
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