Exchange 2010 Hosting and Service Pack 3

In Exchange Server 2010 SP1 is was possible to create a hosting specific implementation by using the /hosting switch during setup. The /hosting implementation is discontinued by Microsoft and replaced by Address Book Policies in Exchange 2010 SP2 and the Address Book Policies solution is continued in Exchange 2013.

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Hosted Exchange 2013

Almost two years ago I wrote a couple of blog posts regarding Hosted Exchange 2010 SP2 (or later):

When building Hosted Exchange 2013 things are not very different. You have to prepare Active Directory for hosting purposes and set the permissions in Active Directory on OU level. When it comes to Exchange 2013 itself, address list segregation is still achieved by using Address Book Policies. One thing that is fundamentally different is SMTP routing in a hosted Exchange. In Exchange 2010 3rd party Routing Agents were used, but in Exchange 2013 there’s an Address Book Policy Routing agent that respects the Address Book Policies that are provisioned for every tenant. Continue reading Hosted Exchange 2013

Exchange 2013 Edge Transport Server and SSL Certificates

When installing an Exchange 2013 Edge Transport server a self-signed certificate is created and configure for use with the SMTP Transport server. The self-signed certificate has the NetBIOS hostname as the Common Name and the FQDN in the Subject Alternate Names field.

You can view this self-signed certificate using the Certificate MMC snap-in:

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Exchange Webinar 18 juni 2014

Op 18 juni 2014 heb ik voor Kemp Technologies een Nederlandstalig webinar gegeven over Load Balancing. De insteek was meer Load Balancing in het algemeen en daarna een insteek richting Exchange.

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Ik heb geprobeerd wat te vertellen over Load Balancing technieken zoals One Arm vs Two Arm, persistence, VIP en Real Server en Layer-4 versus Layer-7. Daarna heb ik een vertaalslag gemaakt richting Exchange 2010 en Exchange 2013.

De presentatie kun je hier downloaden http://bit.ly/KempExWebinar. Het webinar is ook opgenomen, maar ergens in een omzettingsproces verloren gegaan en is dus niet beschikbaar, da’s jammer.

Heb je nog aanvullende vragen of onderwerpen voor een toekomstige blog, je kan me vinden op Twitter via @jaapwess of mail me op mail[at]jaapwesselius.com.