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If you create a new MigrationBatch in EAC and a mailbox in that batch was already present in another previously created batch, the new batch will continue but will not show the duplicate mailbox as failed/error, it just dissappears. If you look via EMS Get-Migrationbatch -Identity (name)|fl you can see validation errors, for instance the specific failed mailbox and why it failed. This would've saved me A LOT of time if ...more »
Currently (CU3), you only can create new groups which are immediately mail-enabled. But you cannot select groups to mail-enable them. You have to do this via shell.
Please add support for a catch-all mailbox. There are certainly downsides to it, but it would make some transitions much easier. For instance a migration from another groupware solution with complex SMTP rewrite/redirection rules. (i.e. Procmail/postfix). Transitioning can be daunting if it is not certain all SMTP addresses are correctly transfer on Exchange. There are some blogs that use Transport rules, such as this ...more »
Realtime status and statistic reporting on Mailbox moves and PST import/export preferably in EAC.
Currently there is a very basic EAC alert and Mail report possible with PST im/ex, but it only reports completion or fails. You then have to use several cmdlets in the shell in order to find out what the cause was.
Basically more like the Staged/Cutover migration information in the Recipients>Migration pane in EAC.
You have Inside and Outside Organization and you can even enable that only (outside) contacts receive an OOF reply. I would like a little bit more control over that, for instance by by white or blacklisting (external) contacts, so that they will or will not receive an OOF reply. Also the ability sending an OOF reply for external addresses only when you do not have them as a contact. It's reasonable to assume that contacts ...more »
Exchange currently has the Scheduling Assistant in Outlook and OWA, but unless you have Exchange Federated partners in order to access each others organizations Free/Busy information, it's limited to internal users. This makes planning with external users more cumbersome. Basically something like Doodle.com, within Exchange but without the need for federation or extensive preparations. Inspired by a suggestion by Mike ...more »
Currently neither native to Exchange so a third party MTA on-prem or in cloud is required. I've had some customers that required this, not having this native added additional cost.
More info: http://dkim.org/
At the moment Retention Policies are only triggered on their retention age. Enhancing it with additional regular expressions (like transport/mail rules) will help manage the mailbox. For instance: Mail to archive when retention age is 90 days, unless object has attachment the mail is moved to archive when retention age is 45 days. (In my own mailbox, I move certain mails via a rule to a folder which has a specific retention ...more »
When generating certificate requests, you cannot directly use an internal CA such as with the Lync Deployment tool.
This isn't an issue for public certificates, but for internal certificates (for instance OAuth) this would make my life a bit more pleasant.
Just like the EMC (Exchange Management Console) in Exchange 2010. That had the ability to preview the Exchange Management Shell syntax or in other cases to review the used syntax after it was applied.
This ability is a great learning tool but also a valuable tool for documentation.
An app like the OWA App for iPhone/iPad, but now for Windows Phone devices. No need for ActiveSync and no worries about a complete remote wipe (potentially wiping personal data).
It also allows for a more Premium experience on WP, compared to the native ActiveSync implementation.
An app like the OWA App for iPhone/iPad, but now for Android devices. No need for ActiveSync and all it's troubles that come with it (for instance: SD encryption sometimes formats the SD with loss of data) and no worries about a complete remote wipe (potentially wiping personal data).