Exchange Server 2013 End of Support Coming Soon – News !

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 will reach its end of support on April 11, 2023.

This means that Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, technical assistance, or online technical content updates for the product. It is highly recommended that organizations using Exchange Server 2013 upgrade to a newer version of Exchange.

After that date, Microsoft will no longer provide:

  • Security fixes for vulnerabilities that are discovered and that may make the server vulnerable to security breaches
  • Bug fixes for issues that are discovered and that may impact the stability and usability of the server
  • Technical support for problems that may occur
  • Time zone updates
  • Even if the product continues to work after this date, It’s recommended to start “Exchange Server 2013” to “Exchange Online” or “Exchange Server 2019” migration as soon as possible.



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Basic Authentication Deprecation in Exchange Online – News !

As you know, the “Basic Authentication” configuration was turned off last month.
Organizations using Exchange Online are now protected from the vulnerabilities of legacy authentication.

However, this closure process will continue On December 31, 2022, with exemptions.

Microsoft says ;
Once Basic auth for Outlook, Exchange ActiveSync and Exchange Web Services has been permanently disabled in your tenant, there’s really no reason to keep Autodiscover enabled for Basic auth. So, we’re turning off Autodiscover next.

For more details ; Basic Authentication Deprecation in Exchange Online – What’s Next

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