On April 6 i was attending the Dutch Skype for Business user groups event at Microsoft Netherlands. Especially for those present in the Netherlands, we will explain the new telephony capabilities Netherlands in Office 365 (PSTN calling).
17: 30-18: 00 Registration
18:00 to 18:30 Skype for Business Online developments in the Netherlands (van Houttum, MVP)
18:30 to 18:45 Welcome and Key Note Session
18:45 to 19:10 Session 1 (Nordic)
Cloud PBX – Options (AA CQ CCE and more) (Lasse Nordvik Wedo, MVP), support from (Stale Hansen, MVP)
19:10 to 19:35 Session 2 (Germany)
Online Dial Pans with CloudPBX (Thomas Poett, MVP)
19: 35- 20:00 Session 3 (UK)
Trusted Server API SfB (Tom Morgen and Ben Lee, MVPs)
8:00 p.m. to 20:15 BREAK
20:15 to 20:40 Session 4 (Benelux)
Teams in O365 (Johan Delimon, MVP) with support from (van Houttum, MVP)
20:40 to 21:05 Session 5 (Italy)
Hybrid Skype4B Best Practice for Cloud PBX with PSTN Connectivity (Alessandro Appiani, MVP)
If you want to look the session back: https://join-emea.broadcast.skype.com/skype4b-ug.de/9dab4d2cc4074a25b7ab83ddbfe57821/nl-NL/
The most used device these days is a mobile phone. Malware/Spyware/Hacking is everywhere, anytime,anywhere See: Update: Lookout re-airing on 60 Minutes
Some latest news about Mobile Security Alerts:
Hundreds of millions of devices potentially affected by first major iOS malware outbreak
Lookout discovers new trojanized adware; 20K popular apps caught in the crossfire
Soo what can you do about it:
Install Security app on your device: So i installed the free version of lookout on my phone.
It works great so far: Testing it.
News of a bug with Exchange Server 2016 Cumulative Update 1 has emerged, with some customers running Exchange 2016 Edge Transport servers finding that the Edge server rejects emails sent to valid email addresses.
First reported by MVP Norbert Klenner, details of the bug have been added to the release notes for Exchange 2016.
Edge Transport servers can reject mail sent to valid recipients Exchange 2016 Edge Transport servers may reject messages sent to valid internal recipients when the following are true:
- Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 1 (CU1) is installed on the server.
- Recipient validation is enabled on the server.
When an Edge Transport rejects a message because of this issue, the sender will receive a non-delivery report (NDR) with the status code 5.1.10, and the errorRecipient not found by SMTP address lookup. The recipient won’t receive the message.
From testing it appears that this bug impacts Edge Transport servers receiving email directly from the internet. Edge Transport servers that are used for hybrid mail flow with Exchange Online do not appear to be affected by this bug.
Microsoft’s advice to customers affected by this bug is to either:
- Disable recipient validation on Exchange 2016 CU1 Edge Transport servers
- Route inbound email to an Edge Transport server that has not been upgraded to Exchange 2016 CU1
- Route inbound email directly to a Mailbox server
If you prefer not to bypass their Edge Transport server, and don’t have a non-CU1 Edge to route email to, then disabling recipient filtering on the Edge Transport server involves running the following command on the Edge Transport server:
Set-RecipientFilterConfig -RecipientValidationEnabled $False