MEC Technical Airlift
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MEC is back…again
MEC is the Microsoft Exchange Community, formerly Conference, which was held in California for the first time in 1997. Until 2002 it was held regularly in various places around the world. But then she disappeared for 10 years in the Microsoft cosmos.
Topics related to Microsoft Exchange were incorporated into events such as the Ignite, but this was not enough for the Exchange community. And so the community rose up and successfully demanded a comeback of the MEC. However, the MEC, with its Exchange content, has again only been placed in events such as the Ignite, the Office 365 Tour, and other third-party events.
And now, another 10 years later, we are happy to announce: MEC is back...again! This time properly and to the delight of all Exchange enthusiasts as an independent event.
At MEC, experts from Microsoft and elsewhere speak about Exchange Online, Exchange Hybrid and Exchange Server. It's a free virtual technical airlift for IT professionals who work with Exchange every day and for developers building solutions that integrate with Exchange.
Da Intellity is guided to Exchange by one of these experts, we are all the more pleased to offer our Sigi with sessions messaging security and Upgrading to Exchange 2019 to announce.
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- Tuesday, September 13.09.2022, 18 from 00:18 p.m. to 50:XNUMX p.m
Messaging Security: Deep dive into Exchange Online Protection, Microsoft Defender for Office 365 and other Messaging Security Features
Many messaging admins use the pre-configured settings of Exchange Online Protection to protect their users from mailware, viruses, and other threats. This session will show you how to improve your configuration and understand some settings that are not commonly known. We'll talk about the necessary tools and settings so your Exchange Online or Exchange Server environment will have maximum messaging protection.
- Wednesday, September 14.09.2022, 16 from 00:16 p.m. to 50:XNUMX p.m
Upgrading to Exchange Server 2019
Are you still on Exchange 2013, Exchange 2016, or even an older, legacy version of Exchange Server? Following the Exchange Server 2019 prerequisites sounds easy. But upgrading to a new Exchange Server version is not only about the technical requirements. Thomas and Sigi will share in this session their experience and address best practices to make the upgrade process as smooth as possible. Learn how to upgrade your On-Premises Exchange environment to the latest Exchange Server version.
- Wednesday, September 14.09.2022, 18 from 00:18 p.m. to 50:XNUMX p.m
Use Advanced Message Tracking to identify junk mail or spoofing
Discover the SMTP header as a rich basis to start an investigation into why a message was sent to the Junk-Mail folder or Quaratine. Learn how to use a combination of Message Tracking and Defender Explorer to investigate your messages in depth, so you can decide on appropriate responses in your Exchange Online Protection and Microsoft Defender for Office 365 policies.