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I have been asked a few times by end users why the time and date are displayed incorrectly when they are using Outlook. The most common reason is that when they first logged into Office 365 they managed to set the wrong time zone and regional settings. Having changed this a few times and explaining […]

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When using office 365 there are a few things that can be done to make using the whole service a little easier. One of these things is enabling and using Modern Authentication. Modern Authentication is Microsoft’s next step to allow a better Single Sign On service using the Open Authorisation standards. Modern Authentication has been […]

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When first setting up Microsoft Exchange 2013 the default email address for any user in the organisation will normally be the same as the internal domain name e.g. example.info so a user’s email address would look like this: john.smith@example.info. However this may not be the same as your external domain or down the line you […]

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This is just a quick post on setting up an Exchange account on Windows Phone 8. I am using a Nokia Lumia 920. It’s pretty self explanatory but I thought I would run through it anyway. Firstly you need to navigate to Settings > email+accounts. This will then present you with a list of current […]

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Setting up Outlook Anywhere is a simple task from the client side. Providing that everything is set up on the server side correctly you shouldn’t have any problems. This is easier said then done as it took a fair bit of trial, error and Googling to get mine working properly! I am going to run […]

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The first server I set up was an old Dell PowerEdge 600SC. At first because I was new to all this I installed pretty much any service I could on it DHCP, DNS, IIS7, Active Directory, Email and even Ventrilo. As you can imagine the server ran very slowly but for a test environment this […]

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