Currently I see an increasing number of reports about missing body of meeting series. As most of the series are Skype for Business and contain the dial-in information, this is really a bad end-user experience. Imagine you want to join the meeting and have no dial-in information or the attachments are gone.
My first thoughts were that this is a Skype for Business only issue or related to Exchange ActiveSync. But this time it turned out it’s not. After analyzing of several cases, it came down to an Outlook for Windows only issue in a delegate scenario.
The issue was resolved in Version 1706 (Build 8229.2103), which is the July version of the Current Channel. Please be aware about the changes to Office 365 ProPlus update management! You can read more about the changes here. Either way, when you are on Deferred or Semi-Annual Channel you have to wait for this fix.
Last week I attended Office 365 Engage conference in Haarlem. This event took place in the Philharmonie, which is really a breathtaking location.
Anyhow the location was well-selected. I arrived by plane on Tuesday morning and for 5€ I got a relaxing ride with the public transportation almost directly to the event.
The event itself contained a lot of tracks to satisfy all kind of attendee’s interests:
- Azure Infrastructure
- Exchange Online
- Office 365 Administration
- Office 365 Development
- Sharepoint Online
With Exchange 2016 a huge improvement in regards of document collaboration with OneDrive for Business was introduced when you have a Hybrid configured.
You can read more about it here:
When I introduced Exchange 2016, I was more than happy to configure and make this feature available to my end-users. But after I run through the prerequisites and steps, I wasn’t able to get the option in OWA and with Outlook I received the following error:
The same happened when I was using Outlook for Mac. As different clients, protocols and servers where affected, I assumed a general issue and started troubleshooting.
Update 07.02.2018: Meanwhile a KB article was released
Modern Attachment feature doesn’t work when web proxy used in Exchange Server 2016
Over the last months a lot of changes needed to be addressed. The script was intended to extract data from the IIS logs. With PowerShell in combination with LogParser it did a great job. But different versions of Exchange, changed infrastructure and multiple versions of Exchange ActiveSync protocol demanded an update to fulfill these needs.
The latest version focused on code improvement and added support for the new version of Exchange ActiveSync protocol v16.1 .
I am happy being part of the new Office 365 Engage conference in Haarlem from 19-22 June.
The number of European conference is increasing as the demand is there. Tony Redmond is taking care of the impressive collection of sessions, delivered by Microsoft MVPs like Michel de Rooij, Jaap Wesselius, Siegfried Jagott, Brian Reid, Paul Robichaux, Brian Desmond, Chris Goosen, Vasil Michev, Steve Goodman, Andrew Price and many more.
Don’t forget the pre-day workshops, which are really hands-on ones and close to daily business.
When you register, don’t forget the code SPRIG387 to get
10% 20% off.
I hope to see you there!
Currently I’m upgrading an Exchange 2013 environment to Exchange 2016. In general this upgrade runs very smoothly and is almost seemless for user. It’s a complete different story when you’re coming from Exchange 2010.
So far I got only positive feedback and no issue were reported. Until a bunch of shared mailbox have been migrated.
Users complained they cannot access these mailbox anymore. First I couldn’t reproduce the issue, until I got another important detail:
All these user are using Outlook for Mac and indeed I could reproduce the behavior.
This issue is fixed in version 15.38 (170815) of the Insider Fast Build as of August, 16:
In a previous post here, I wrote about a few basic commands, which are useful to quickly gather information about transport component of an Exchange server.
In this post I want to give you a deep dive about it and how you can explore what the CmdLet can do for you as it evolves in each Exchange version and can be very useful.