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Creating a Phone System In Office 365 in Ten Minutes

I have been invited into the Skype for Business Cloud PSTN preview in the UK and so I though I would jot down a few comments on how easy it was to configure and get a working telephone line and full PBX without doing more than a few clicks of the mouse in Office 365 […]

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The New Rights Management Service

This blog is the start of a series of articles I will write over the next few months on how to ensure that your data is encrypted and secured to only the people you want to access it, and only for the level of rights you want to give them. The technology that we will […]

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Configuring Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging With 3CX and Not AsteriskNOW

This article is an addendum to my blog series on configuring Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2013 with AsteriskNOW. AsteriskNOW is a easy to install version of Asterisk 1.8 in that it includes the underlying OS and the FreePBX software. The problem with Asterisk 1.8 is that it does not work well with the […]

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Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 8)

In the extended series of blog posts we are looking at creating a unified messaging lab for Exchange Server. So far we have looked at installing a software PBX (AsteriskNOW) and configuring Exchange Server (both 2010 and 2013) to accept calls from our PBX. We have also looked and configuring our PBX to send and […]

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Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 7)

In this series of blog posts I am looking at creating a Unified Messaging lab for Exchange Server 2010 (and 2013). Earlier posts have looked at the installation of the PBX (AsteriskNOW) and the configuration of the Exchange Server. This post will look at the configuration of the user’s settings. For each user there are […]

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Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 6)

Earlier parts in this blog have talked about VoIP, configured AsteriskNOW software PBX and configured inbound and outbound calls via the PBX. Now it is time to configure voicemail to be provided by Exchange Server 2013 and for the telephone users to be able to call Exchange an listen to their voicemail. In addition to […]

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Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 5)

Earlier parts in this blog have talked about VoIP, configured AsteriskNOW software PBX and configured inbound and outbound calls via the PBX. Now it is time to configure voicemail to be provided by Exchange Server and for the telephone users to be able to call Exchange an listen to their voicemail. In addition to listening […]

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Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 4)

This blog post series is the steps to build a working unified messaging lab for Exchange Server. I thought I would write it all down as I found a lack of end to end documentation for the process and what I thought would be a days work turned into many as I worked at finding […]

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Building An Exchange Unified Messaging Lab (Part 3)

This blog is part of a series on creating a unified messaging lab for Microsoft Exchange Server. Configuring Unified Messaging was not as easy as I thought it would be and there was a lack of information that brought all the settings into one place, and a lot of incorrect information! The series started with […]