Microsoft has added 10 months to Exchange Server 2010's "extended support" window, moving the date from Jan. 14, 2020 to Oct. 13, 2020.
Exchange Server 2013, 2016 and 2019 received their quarterly cumulative updates (CUs) this week, though there's some red tape involved.
The latest quarterly release of Exchange Server includes "critical security" fixes and also marks significant changes to the architectures of all supported versions.
Exchange Server versions from Exchange Server 2013 and newer have a vulnerability that could permit the impersonation of any user, leading to "control of an affected system," according to researchers from the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (UC-CERT).
Microsoft this month enabled the ability to use session ID information in Exchange Online audit logs, giving IT pros another tool to better detect attacks.
Users of Microsoft's Exchange messaging service will soon see some improvements concerning public folder management.
The 2019 editions of Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, Project Server and Skype for Business Server are now generally available, Microsoft announced on Monday.
A new capability that allows IT pros to disable "basic authentication" when using the Exchange Online service is now available as a public preview, though there are a few caveats.
Microsoft has released the "commercial previews" of the 2019-branded editions of its Exchange Server and Skype for Business products.
Microsoft admitted this week that organizations using Lync Server 2013, Skype for Business Server 2015 and Exchange Server took a hit after applying its July 10 "update Tuesday" patches.
Microsoft announced its end-of-support plans for some Exchange Web Services components earlier this month.
Microsoft's e-mail server is getting several feature updates and improvements, particularly on the on-premises side.
Organizations running hybrid Microsoft Exchange scenarios will soon be able to migrate Exchange Server policies to Exchange Online using Microsoft's Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard tool.
Microsoft has once again increased the upper limit for public folders in Exchange Online.
Enterprise users of Office 365 Exchange Online can expect to see some additional support for e-mail internationalization sometime this quarter.