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Tag: MEC is Back!, Exchange Team Blog, Microsoft Exchange Conference, Online Conferencing,

An image showing the Microsoft Exchange Server user interface. The interface displays the email inbox, with various tools and features for managing email, contacts, and calendar events. The menu bar is visible at the top, with icons for composing new messages, searching for email, and accessing settings. The right-hand side of the screen displays a preview of the selected email, with options for replying, forwarding, and archiving the message.

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Microsoft Bookings to be added as an Office 365 app

Microsoft Bookings, a self-service scheduling tool, will be available as an Office 365 web app in mid-May. We identified an issue where the original...
An image showing the Azure cloud computing platform's dashboard. The dashboard displays various tools and services for building, managing, and deploying applications in the cloud. The interface includes a navigation menu on the left side, with options for various categories such as compute, storage, and networking. The main window displays various charts, graphs, and tables, providing insights into resource usage, application performance, and security

Azure Private Multi-Access Edge Computing: Modern Connected Applications for Industries

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An image showing the Microsoft Exchange Server user interface. The interface displays the email inbox, with various tools and features for managing email, contacts, and calendar events. The menu bar is visible at the top, with icons for composing new messages, searching for email, and accessing settings. The right-hand side of the screen displays a preview of the selected email, with options for replying, forwarding, and archiving the message.

Why Calendaring Is So Difficult to Code

Understanding the Challenges of Calendaring for Exchange Online Exchange Online is a powerful and widely used cloud-based email platform. It enables users to send and...

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