In the Exchange community’s never-lasting efforts to help Microsoft increase the quality and usability of Exchange, a new website was recently created where YOU can send in and rate ideas for features and changes you would like to see in the next version(s)/updates of Exchange.
It’s important to understand that this is a community effort to convince Microsoft of taking a look at some heavily-requested features. Therefore, the more feedback we get, the better it is! If there’s enough feedback, I’m confident we are able to reach at least a few people in Redmond!
If you’ve been around long enough, you will see that some of the ideas have been lingering around for quite some time. With your help, we might just make enough noise for Microsoft to notice!
Right now, having the ability to centrally manage signatures and bringing back the Set-MailboxSentIntemsConfiguration cmdlet (why was it removed in the first place?) are on the top of the list. And they should be! If you find they should be in Exchange or you have other feature requests, feel free to vote for them so that Microsoft can see how important some features are to us.
Now, before doing anything else, have a look at exchange.ideascale.com and make your contribution to the list!