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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

December 09, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Handling Company Email Mergers (w/Exchange & others). Sponsor: Microsoft & NYExUG Speaker: Ben Serebin, President of NYExUG/Consultant [REEF Solutions] Meeting Abstract: Do you have Exchange Server and are looking […]

February 10, 2015 Meeting

Topic: Learn about Exchange 2013 Self-Defense (aka Managed Availability). Better than the Secret Service at protecting your Exchange 2013 for System Errors. 2010 had Back Pressure, this is the next […]

Question of the Month

November 2014 Question of the Month

Exchange 2013 released Cumulative Updates (CU) starting at 1 and currently at 5. What # did they skip?
Past Meetings

November 11, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Mobile Device Management with Windows Intune and System Center. Sponsor: Microsoft & NYExUG Speaker: Chandan Bharti – Premier Field Engineer (Microsoft) Speaker Bio: Chandan Bharti is a Microsoft Premier […]

July 8, 2014 Meeting

Topic: Everything you ever wanted to know about migration to an Office 365 tenant, to an Office 365 hybrid, from an Office 365 tenant, and between Office 365 tenants. Sponsor: […]

Sponsorship Details
Founding Sponsors

NYExUG Partner Sponsor

Contact us to find out how you can be a sponsor here. www.nyexug.com/contact

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