A technical deep dive into MAPI/HTTP and its effect on Office 365 performance

On October 31st, Microsoft stopped supporting the RPC/HTTP protocol and required switching to another protocol, called MAPI/HTTP. The MAPI/HTTP protocol was created in 2014, so while it isn’t entirely new, this is the first time it’s becoming required.

Switching to MAPI protocol isn’t technologically difficult, but it does require a lot of work and strict adherence to Microsoft’s guidelines.

People are understandably concerned about the switch, partly because companies who have already made the switch have seen an increase in the number of performance tickets.

In this technical podcast, GSX experts will help you understand how the MAPI/HTTP protocol impacts Office 365 performance, and how performance issues may arise from equipment that is not compatible with this protocol.

 About the Speakers

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Gary Steere is one of an elite group of individuals worldwide who is both a Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Certified Master. Gary has nearly 20 years of experience in technology and delivering an exceptional user experience in complex hybrid scenarios.

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Olivier Raynaut is a member of the GSX Technical Sales team and the Product Management team for almost 5 years now. He has in depth PowerShell experience and a strong knowledge of Microsoft platforms including Office 365, Exchange, SharePoint and Skype for Business.

 

 

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