Author: Rob Phillips

Exchange 2013 Wildcard There is a problem with the proxy server’s security certificate

Exchange 2013 Wildcard there is a problem with the proxy server’s security certificate I have recently come across a problem that only seems to affect Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2007 when connecting to Exchange 2013 with a wildcard certificate. This was also an issue in Exchange 2007 and 2010 but was often less obvious as […]

Scripting Exchange 2013 Installation and Configuration

Scripting Exchange 2013 Installation and Configuration Scripting Exchange 2013 Installation and Configuration lets you deploy Exchange 2013 quickly and with minimal interaction. The result is an Exchange 2013 server with a basic configuration able to send and receive emails.   The benefit of scripting the installation and basic configuration of Exchange 2013 is that it is […]

Exchange 2013 Create CSV for Migration Batch

Exchange 2013 Create CSV for Migration Batch Exchange 2013 Exchange Admin Center offers the ability to create migration batches from a CSV file. This is a pretty handy feature if you want to speed up migrating users to your new Exchange 2013 deployment or even just need to move users from one database to another. […]

Exchange 2013 Migration Outlook Anywhere Proxy Issues

Exchange 2013 Migration Outlook Anywhere Proxy Issues One of the common problems I have come across when helping clients to migrate from Exchange 2007/2010 to Exchange 2013 is that while in Exchange 2013 coexistence RPC proxy doesn’t work. Sometimes these problems aren’t immediately apparent, some of the symptoms don’t become apparent until you migrate a mailbox back […]

Office 365 useful deployment information

Office 365 useful deployment information I attended an Office 365 deployment fast track training session at Microsoft this week and came back with some interesting information (or it was to me but you guys might already know all this stuff). There seem to be some misconceptions in particular surrounding ADFS and whether it is a […]