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Microsoft vient d'annoncer une nouvelle (nouvelle) date de fin de support pour les ipbx/pbx connectés via des SBC aux services Exchange UM Online, la date officielle est maintenant le 1er décembre 2019, ce qui laisse plus de temps aux organisations pour finaliser la transition.

Annonce ici: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/2018/04/24/new-date-for-discontinuation-of-support-for-session-border-controllers-in-exchange-online-unified-messaging/

Update 9/12/2018: We have two important updates for customers:

  1. As we prepare to discontinue support for PBX’s connecting to Exchange Online Unified Messaging, we will remove the ability for tenant admins to configure new PBX connections on or after October 8, 2018. Existing connections will not be impacted by this change.
  2. Based on customer feedback, we have moved the final date to December 1, 2019 to give customers additional time for transition.

In July 2017, we announced that support for Session Border Controllers (SBC) that connect 3rd Party PBX systems to Exchange Online Unified Messaging (UM) would be discontinued as of July 2018. After feedback from customers and partners concerned about this change, we are announcing additional time for customers to prepare. The new date for discontinuation will be December 1, 2019

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