The Exchange Exposed podcast series delivers high-quality technical insight into the happenings in the world of on-premises and cloud Exchange (Office 365) plus associated technologies every quarter. The series is presented by Microsoft Exchange MVPs Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux, both well-known personalities in this area and the authors of many books, articles, and blog posts covering Exchange Server and related technologies.
Developing themes explored in the popular “Exchange Unwashed” blog on Windows IT Pro, the podcasts are aligned with the quarterly update for Microsoft Exchange to allow Paul and Tony to review the latest technical developments and discuss how these affect users, administrators, and managers. In addition to the commentary from Tony and Paul, invited guests provide background and insight into different aspects of Exchange.
United States
4 episodes
since Sep, 2014


In this episode, Paul and Tony meet (over a transatlantic connection) to explore the latest developments in the world of on-premises and cloud Exchange with their guest, Justin Harris of Binary Tree. Audio File:  Exchange Exposed Episode 4_mixdown.mp3 read more


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