Posts Tagged ‘Exchange 2013’

Office 365 – “A Day in Life” Outlook Tips

Email is a primary channel in our work lives and is an integral part of how we communicate and get things done. We continuously strive to make our life simpler and automate the repetitive tasks, and email is no different. This not only encompasses the enterprise email user but also the personal email user. Outlook has always […]

Office 365 – The Magic Behind The Hybrid Config Wizard (2013)

                        In a previous article, I extracted the changes made by the Exchange 2010 Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) to get a better idea of what is going on behind the scenes when you run the HCW. The same questions apply to Exchange 2013: So […]

Webinar: Binary Tree & Perficient on Migrating to Exchange

It’s not uncommon for an organization to make some avoidable mistakes as they prepare for and then execute a migration from a legacy email platform to Microsoft Exchange (and that applies to Exchange 2013 on premises migrations  as well as those moving to Office 365 / Exchange Online). If you are hoping to mitigate those […]

Exchange 2013 Site Mailboxes coexisting with Exchange 2010

With the introduction of Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013, a new feature called Site Mailboxes was introduced, which allows for team collaboration to bring documents and emails together in Outlook 2013 and SharePoint 2013.  Recently I’ve been working with a customer who had a specific business need for Site Mailboxes as part of a SharePoint 2013 project […]

Outlook 2013 and no Default Gateway

Recently I was setting up Exchange 2013 RTM in my lab and ran into an error when trying to configure my first mailbox with Outlook 2013 running on Windows 7.  While walking through the mailbox configuration wizard I was prompted with the following error while it was trying to search for my Outlook settings: Since […]