What are the throttling settings for Microsoft Exchange Online as part of Microsoft Office 365? Before I answer this question, let me give you bit of background information. Microsoft Exchange includes bandwidth throttling to help manage server access. This supports service quality and consistent performance. The throttling components of Exchange Online are especially important, given that network resources in the datacenters are optimized for the broad set of customers that use the service. So, to properly engineer solutions that work with Exchange Online, you will need to account for the Exchange Online throttling settings.
We are specifically focused on throttling of Exchange Web Services (EWS) and MAPI with RPC over HTTP (as used by Microsoft Outlook) and with hard limits set by the Exchange Online system. Any mention of specific setting values were obtained for the service version 188.8.131.52. You will want to have your tenant admin obtain and confirm setting values.
Note An on-premise Microsoft Exchange deployment may have a different throttling policy. Administrators can modify throttling settings for Microsoft Exchange on-premises. Administrators cannot configure throttling policies for Exchange Online.
What is the impact of exceeding throttling budgets?
Exchange throttling is based on the amount of Active Directory, Exchange store, and other resources a client consumes. A budget is allocated to each client to limit the resources a particular user consumes. This budget is recharged every minute.
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UCUG meeting 26 januari.
De meeting is dit keer donderdag middag 26 januari bij Microsoft te Schiphol, het thema is Lync.
Registreren kan hier: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/2663116453
12:30-13:00 ontvangst met broodjes
13:00-14:00 Lync bij de gemeente Nieuwegein – Frederik Lefevre
14:00-15:00 Remote access voor mobile devices – Steven van Houttum
15:15-16:15 Microsoft Lync Server als telefonie oplossing – Jeroen Reijling
16:15-16:45 Lync Q&A
The latest productivity tools are not reserved for workers with a desk or an office. Businesses need to connect their shift and retail workers to the rest of the enterprise. As such, we are adding new capabilities to our kiosk worker plans. These plans enable improved communication and collaboration for ‘deskless’workers, shift workers or retail store employees who use shared PCs.
These new capabilities include:
- Adding Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) for mobile devices to the Exchange Online Kiosk plan and Office 365 Kiosk Plan. Virtually all smartphones support EAS including Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, and Nokia. A full list of EAS supported phones is available here.
- Doubling email storage from 500 MB to 1 GB in both the Exchange Online Kiosk plan and the Office 365 Kiosk plan.
- Offering Exchange Online Archiving (EOA), including legal hold and unlimited storage, as an add-on to any Exchange Online plan, including Kiosk and ”E” plans.
The pricing for the Exchange Online Kiosk plan ($2 per user/per month) and Office 365 Kiosk plan ($4 per user/per month) will remain unchanged. EOA will now be offered as an add-on to any Exchange Online plan, including Kiosk and Exchange Plan. Pricing for Exchange Online Archiving add-on is $3.50/user/month. For example:
- An Exchange Online Kiosk user can add Exchange Online Archiving to get legal hold functionality where the costs would be $2 + $3.50 for a total cost of $5.50/user/month
We will provide updates about the general availability of these new capabilities as they become available. For more information on how the various Office 365 plans can be tailored to meet your online productivity needs, please visit here. Or learn more here about the additional services that can be added to an Office 365 plan.
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