Office 365 Migration – When Do I Need to Use Third Party Tools?

This post may be late in coming, given that most smaller companies have already moved away from on-prem solutions to cloud based services for things like email and file sharing, but I feel like it’s important to stress some of the realities involved in migrating from on-prem to cloud systems. Particularly when migrating to Office 365.…

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Exchange Server EMail Routing – Accepted Domains and Send Connectors

Exchange Server (And Exchange Online) can be a little confusing at times, particularly when we're dealing with mail routing. Internal mail routes are handled almost automatically (especially if you keep all your Exchange servers in the same AD Site, which I recommend), but how do you get it to route email to mail servers *outside* your organization? This post answers all the questions you might have about how to handle Special Mail Routing cases for Exchange.

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Clearing Logs from All Exchange Servers

IHere’s a fun script. There are plenty of scripts that clear logs from an Exchange server, but this one goes the extra mile by doing it on every Exchange server in your environment (CAS, HUB, and MBX). The short explanation for why is that I work with 16+ node Exchange deployments, so setting up a single-server script on multiple servers is a huge pain.…

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