Office 365 Exposed delivers high-quality technical insight into what's happening in the world of Office 365 and Exchange Server. Your hosts are Microsoft Exchange MVPs Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux, both well-known personalities and the authors of many books, magazine articles, blog posts, and rants covering Exchange Server, Office 365, Skype for Business, and even, occasionally, SharePoint.
Office 365 Exposed, Episode 19: Here Comes the New Book!
This episode marks a happy occasion: the upcoming release of the 2021 version of Office 365 for IT Pros. editor’s note: we are running a sale. Buy the 2020 edition now, get the 2021 edition for free! Tony, Vasil, and I … Continue reading →
Office 365 Exposed, Episode 18: Live from Microsoft Teams
Tony and I had grand ambitions of recording a podcast but, uh, things have been a little busy, what with all the lockdown, working-under-quarantine, and so on. We did something a little different this time– we recorded this episode in … Continue reading →
Office 365 Exposed, Episode 17: Live from Ignite 2019
Tony and I are back again, this time from steamy Orlando. Recorded in the Podcast Center at Microsoft Ignite 2019, this episode features special guests from Microsoft: Mark Kashman, grand poobah of SharePoint, and Ross Smith IV, mobility ninja. Listen … Continue reading →
Office 365 Exposed, Episode 16
It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year: Ignite Season! In this episode, Tony and I are joined by Anna Chu from Microsoft; she has some pretty interesting answers to the questions we asked her about Microsoft Ignite, including why there’s … Continue reading →
Office 365 Exposed, Episode 15
Just a little palate cleanser this time before Microsoft Inspire gets started! Tony, Vasil, and I talk about Teams security, the Search-Mailbox cmdlet’s journey to Death Row, and whether or not emoji reactions in email are a tool of the … Continue reading →
Office 365 Exposed, Episode 14
It’s MVP Summit week, and you know what that means: another episode! This time, Tony and I were joined by Greg Taylor and Brent Alinger from Microsoft. We discussed a rash of topics, including the impending death end of support … Continue reading →
Great content, needs more volume
Two of the best Exchange resources on the planet, but episode 1 was very difficult to listen to in any environment except maybe a library. Seriously, fellas, either crank up the volume or get a lot closer to the mics.