• Exporting mailbox items to a .pst file is the ideal way to migrate mailboxes or to perform an ad hoc backup. When Exchange is used in the customer's datacenter, PowerShell can handle this task. In Office 365, however, the GUI from eDiscovery is provided for this, but it makes this process relatively complicated.

  • The following instructions describe how to centrally customize calendar permissions on an Exchange server from 2010 to 2019 using PowerShell. This saves you time by allowing you to assign rights without having to access the calendar owner's PC or Outlook.

  • With Office 365, Microsoft offers services such as Exchange, SharePoint or Office Web Apps (OWA) as well as Office subscriptions. If companies want to avoid the hassle of installing and maintaining Exchange, they can use the cloud version. This guide describes the basic configuration of Exchange in Office 365.

  • Before you can manage mobile devices with Intune, you need to enroll them with Microsoft's cloud-based mobile device management (MDM) service. In addition to Android and Windows 10, it also supports iPhones and iPads. First you have to apply for a certificate from Apple, and then you can download the required Intune app onto the device.

  • Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based client management solution that manages PCs and mobile devices. This article shows you how to register the tool for a free 30-day trial and set up users via the Office portal. Device management then takes place through the Azure portal.

  • SSL connections are now standard for publicly available websites, and the same should apply to Microsoft Exchange. Let's Encrypt operates a free certificate authority (CA) that not only issues certificates free of charge but also allows automating the renewal requests. This guide goes through the procedure for IIS and Exchange.

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