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O365–Do you need a partner to help migrate to O365?

The quick answer to this is, of course, no.  You don’t need a partner to help you migrate to O365, you could do it yourself.  But you might want to have a partner, specially so if you do not  have internal resources that understand all that is involved with a migration. Office365 is built on …

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Outlook users can wreak havoc when you move to new Exchange

I came across a very weird problem this past week that had me scratching my head for a bit.  I had just finished helping a non-profit customer migrate to a net-new Windows domain after they had suffered through a “broken” migration from SBS2003 to SBS2011.  As we all know, things change rather dramatically from Exchange …

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One little AD “trick” to completely screw up Exchange OWA

I came across this little “gem” at a client today.  After I spent quite a bit of time getting their Exchange 2010 up and running (see earlier post about RPC 6001 errors) I was back on site trying to figure out why webmail and iPhone connections would not work for most users including the CEO.  …

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Exchange 2010 RPC issues (ExRCA 6001 endpoint errors, RPC over HTTP)

I just finished blowing my brains out for the better part of a week trying to figure out WHY a brand new Exchange 2010 install was blowing up on the Exchange Remote Connectivity Tester (ExRCA) for RPC over HTTP.  As well, Outlook 2007 and 2010 clients were also exhibiting all sorts of errors while using …

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