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Understanding the Upcoming Changes to Exchange Mailbox Receiving Limits and Hot Recipients

Achieving High Availability with Exchange Online
The cloud is transforming how IT organizations think about availability. By leveraging Exchange Online services, organizations can leverage the power of the cloud to deliver high availability services. In this blog post, I will discuss the various components of Exchange Online and how they can be used to achieve high availability.

Understanding Exchange Online
Exchange Online is Microsoft’s cloud-based email and collaboration platform. It is an enterprise-grade service that provides organizations with the ability to securely access, store, and manage their email and other messaging data in the cloud. Exchange Online consists of a number of components, including:

* Exchange Online Protection (EOP): This is a cloud-based service that provides anti-spam and antivirus protection for inbound and outbound messages.
* Exchange Online Archiving (EOA): This is a cloud-based service that allows organizations to store and archive their email data in the cloud.
* Exchange Online Mailbox (EOM): This is the cloud-based mailbox service that provides organizations with the ability to store, send, and receive emails in the cloud.
* Exchange Online Shared Mailbox (EOSM): This is a cloud-based service that allows organizations to store and manage shared mailboxes in the cloud.
* Exchange Online Public Folders (EOPF): This is a cloud-based service that allows organizations to store and manage public folders in the cloud.

Ensuring High Availability
Exchange Online provides organizations with a number of features and capabilities to ensure high availability.

Multi-Geo Capabilities
Exchange Online provides organizations with the ability to configure multi-geo capabilities. This allows organizations to replicate their data across multiple geographic locations to ensure that their data is always available and protected.

Data Protection
Exchange Online provides organizations with a number of data protection features to ensure that their data is always backed up and available. This includes the ability to configure daily backups and automated data protection policies.

Data Compliance
Exchange Online provides organizations with the ability to configure data compliance policies. This allows organizations to ensure that their data is always compliant with regulatory and industry standards.

Mailbox Throttling
Exchange Online provides organizations with the ability to configure mailbox throttling. This allows organizations to limit the number of emails sent or received by a user in a given time period. This helps to ensure that the Exchange Online service remains available and responsive.

Multi-Factor Authentication
Exchange Online provides organizations with the ability to configure multi-factor authentication. This allows organizations to ensure that only authorized users are able to access their data.

Conclusion
Exchange Online provides organizations with a number of features and capabilities to ensure high availability. By leveraging Exchange Online services, organizations can leverage the power of the cloud to deliver high availability services.
References:
Upcoming changes to mailbox receiving limits: Hot Recipients Throttling

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