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Welcome to the New York Exchange User Group

The group's focus is education, professional networking, and increasing one's knowledge of Microsoft Exchange Server. We have monthly meetings, two mailing lists, and run special events. All events are free and open to the public. As of February 1st, 2012, we had over 600 members and have been holding meetings for nearly 7 years now. The group was founded in March 2005 and is still run by Ben Serebin. NYExUG received founding sponsorship from Microsoft, Culminis now GITCA, & REEF Solutions.
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Upcoming Meetings

October 10, 2017 Meeting

Meeting postponed to November 14, 2017, due to speaker switch.

June 13, 2017 Meeting

Topic: A professional networking meeting for Exchange admins & people interested in the Microsoft Exchange Server solution. Speaker Bio: You. This is a great opportunity to meet like minded people. […]

Question of the Month

January 2017 Question of the Month

Exchange Supports another type of file system (not NTFS), what is it? Bonus: what is permitted to use it?
ANSWER: Join us for January meeting for the answer
Past Meetings

March 14, 2017 Meeting

Topic: Why Exchange 2016 on Windows 2016 Makes Sense! Abstract: -Learn how to make it possible. -Learn how the new OS benefits Exchange. -Things to be aware of when determining […]

February 14, 2017 Meeting

Topic: Does your enterprise have a hybrid cloud strategy or a cloud strategy? Abstract: – 88% of organizations are using the cloud, while 74% of enterprises believe a hybrid cloud […]

Sponsorship Details
Founding Sponsors

NYExUG Partner Sponsor – Binary Tree (the SMART Migration Company)

Binary Tree’s E2E Complete software simplifies and streamlines Exchange migrations by migrating users, not just mailbox data. E2E Complete provides users with a notification portal to learn when their migration will occur, sign-up for SMS and email notifications, and optionally choose an alternate migration date. E2E Complete provides administrators with a management portal that accurately forecasts the migration and automates the data collection, scheduling, reporting, and user communication processes that are critical to performing a successful migration. Additionally, a full suite of public folder migration options exist that allow bi-directional synchronization and migration to an Office 365 Group.

TimeOut New York

November 2009 – TimeOut NY rates NYExUG as one of “the best IT Techie groups for socializing and networking in NYC”. Join us at one of our meetings to learn why. http://newyork.timeout.com/articles/i-new-york/79899/the-best-it-techie-groups-for-socializing-and-networking-in-nyc