Our monthly feature recaps the most popular Exchange reads from the previous month.
For the month of October, Exchange admins kept busy by learning about things like MDM options for their organizations, using PowerShell reports to ease Exchange and the pros and cons of Office 365.
Was there a story that helped you or your organization last month? Was it something we didn’t include in the list? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.
PowerShell reports can maximize the potential of your Exchange
Exchange has so many statistics and so much information to find and use through PowerShell that the only limits are your PowerShell skills and your imagination. Take a look at how to use PowerShell for reporting in Exchange Server.
Use Web App Proxy, ADFS to publish Exchange to the Internet
Web Application Proxy, a new feature in Windows Server 2012 R2, appeals to organizations wanting to publish Exchange to the Internet. Why is it so compelling? It’s doesn’t cost extra , plus it has an integrated pre-authentication option to work with ADFS.
What’s the better MDM option, Windows Intune or ActiveSync mailbox policies?
Intune and ActiveSync used to be so similar that it didn’t matter which one you chose for mobile device management in your organization, but times have changed. Here’s a look at how to decide which option is the best one for your organization.
Five tips to learn about Office 365 pros and cons
Before deciding on a move to Office 365, take a look at the expert advice about how the product works in comparison to other options (like a hybrid Exchange 2013 deployment), pricing details and new features.
Fix your problems with disjoint namespaces in Exchange Server
Disjoint namespaces can complicate an otherwise straightforward Exchange deployment, but once you understand what causes them to occur, there are ways to configure Exchange so you can have it work in a disjoint namespace environment.