Sharing your Exchange ideas

Ex2013 LogoOur Pat Richard of the UC Architects put up an Exchange community on,similar to the popular

IdeaScale is a site where you can create communities for exchanging suggestions or ideas – in this case Exchange-related – and have people vote or provide other feedback on those ideas in an open but organized fashion. The idea is that the best or much in-demand ideas will float to the top as they will receive the most votes.

This is of course only possible if you participate You can make suggestions, vote on ideas or provide feedback at When making suggestions, please keep in mind to:

  • Check if your idea is not already listed;
  • Submit well-defined ideas, so everyone know what you are referring to or mean;
  • Submit single ideas, i.e. do not post a suggestion containing a set of ideas. This makes it easier to comment on (or provide workarounds) or mark it completed.

Note that the The Microsoft Exchange Improvement Suggestions community is informal, meaning Microsoft does not (necessarily) monitor or support this community in any way. However, Microsoft did address some of the top voted items on, and we’re hoping that a loud voice from the Exchange community will be heard with regards to product improvement suggestions or other ideas.

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About Michel de Rooij

I'm a Microsoft 365 Apps & Services MVP, with focus on Exchange Server, AzureAD, Microsoft 365 and with a PowerShell affection. I'm a consultant, publisher of EighTwOne, published author, and speaker. You can find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook.

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