Category: Exchange

Microsoft Exchange is a collection of applications that enable digital messaging and collaboration in an enterprise IT environment.

It is a Microsoft proprietary product that consists of Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook (formerly ME Client).
It was introduced with Windows 95.

MSE is also known as Windows Messaging.

Discover a range of topics here all related to MSE, which includes Migrating, Retention Policies, Extending your Workflows to the Cloud and Beyond.

Therefore, our MSE Category is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

ESPC16 Programme is now Live!
ESPC16 Programme is now Live!
Blog Posts

We are proud to announce the eagerly anticipated ESPC16 Conference Programme. The programme team have meticulously hand-picked all speakers to offer IT-Pros, Developers and BDMs the best ESPC experience possible. The speaker schedule includes internationally renowned Microsoft Redmond Executives, 42 MVPs, 11 MCMs, CTOs and CIOs, sharing practical advice, live demonstrations and real life solutions. With 4 days, 8 stages, 2000 delegates and over 100 SharePoint and Office 365 sessions, it’s promised to be our biggest event yet!

BPA Component Framework Build No-code Solutions with  SharePoint  & Office 365
BPA Component Framework Build No-code Solutions with SharePoint & Office 365

Prepare to Build No-Code Solutions with BPA Companies have invested a lot in SharePoint technologies over the last 10 years. SharePoint’s maturity has been reached for many businesses. Today, companies and organizations want to do more with SharePoint and leverage their investments. Developing with SharePoint is complex, costly and time consuming. In-house developments are typically… READ MORE

Setting up the knowledge worker's toolkit for the Autumn (and Winter)
Setting up the knowledge worker’s toolkit for the Autumn (and Winter)
Blog Posts

As soon as the weather is getting cooler again (at least here in the North, hrrr…) after summer and autumn) months, it’s a good time to set back your thinking between your head and laptop. With this, I’m talking about working in a virtual office and doing knowledge work. More importantly, talking about taking steps for a communicative knowledge working community.