Exchange Server 2007 end-of-life

Exchange Server 2007 hit its end-of-life phase in 11th April of this year.

On April 11, 2017, the 10-year-old messaging server stopped getting security fixes from Microsoft. The server will continue to work, but only organizations having Custom Agreements with Microsoft (an expensive option) will get any further patch assistance after that date. Security holes in Exchange 2007 just won't get patched without such agreements.

If you still have Exchange 2007, contact us. we may help you to new version of Exchange server or Office 365.
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Office 365 Exchange Online New Mailbox Size Office 365 Exchange Online New Mailbox Size

Default Mailbox size increasing for E3 and E5

Default Mailbox size increasing for E3 and E5

Microsoft has recently announced increasing the default quota for Exchange Online mailboxes from the previous 50 GB limit. The last change was from 25 GB to 50 GB in 2013. New mailbox size upgrade will be in 2019 or 2020.

The default mailbox size for Exchange Online E3 and E5 users is increasing from 50GB to 100GB. If a mailbox has been assigned a non-default quota (for any of the 3 quota values) then no change is made.  Tenants will be able to increase quotas up to 100GB.
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