Monthly Archives: May 2015

Updated Exchange Online Limits

Microsoft have updated the official Exchange Online Limits service description to reflect the recent changes in message limits, as mentioned in my previous posts; Change in Maximum Message Size limits in Exchange Online and Transcoding Exchange Online Message sizes. Two important notes: Across all Office 365 plans, the limit for file attachments in OWA is… Read More »

Office 365 Import Service released

The newly announced Office 365 Import Service has been released for Office 365 customers joining the First Release program. You can read more about the new improvements in First Release in my blog post Fine tuning option available for “First Release” in Office 365 To ensure compliance, information discovery and protection, most of the organizations… Read More »

Fine tuning option available for “First Release” in Office 365

With the Rapid Release model behind Office 365, updates and improvements are continuously rolled out to the services, Microsoft last year introduced the First Release option, which enables Office 365 customers to get some of the significant enhancements in SharePoint Online,  Exchange Online and the Office 365 Admin Center and navigation bar, about two weeks… Read More »

Enhanced NDRs now available in Exchange Online

Although still listed as “In Development“, the Enhanced non-delivery reports (NDRs) are now available in Exchange Online. The Enhanced NDR present a great improvement to both end users and Office 365 administrators. The new NDRs are intended to make it easier for the end-user to understand why their message was not delivered, and the added… Read More »

Exchange Server 2013 now supported to run on Azure VM

The guidelines for Exchange Server 2013 virtualization has been updated per 1. may, and as a new feature, it is now supported to deploy Exchange Server 2013 on Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) providers, like Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines. Note that for Azure VMs, Exchange databases, transport and transaction logs must be placed on Azure Premium Storage. Deployment… Read More »

Microsoft Ignite 2015 keynote recap

Yesterday, the Microsoft Ignite conference 2015 was opened in Chicago with a great keynote, where Satya Nadalla went on stage and shared the visions, ideas and transformation that shapes the products and technology innovations Microsoft are presenting during the conference and beyond. The “Mobile First, Cloud First” manifest was repeated as the overall strategy, but… Read More »