Exchange admin center in Exchange Online
Effective from December 2022, the classic Exchange Admin Center will be deprecated for worldwide customers. Microsoft recommends using the new Exchange Admin Center, if not already doing so.
While most of the features have been migrated to new EAC, some have been migrated to other admin centers and remaining ones will soon be migrated to New EAC. Find features that are not yet there in new EAC at Other Features or use Global Search that will help you navigate across new EAC.
The new Exchange admin center (EAC) is a modern, web-based management console for managing Exchange that is designed to provide an experience more in line with the overall Microsoft 365 admin experience. It replaces the Exchange Control Panel (ECP) to manage email settings for your organization.
Experience the new Exchange admin center
Try the new Exchange admin center using the URL https://admin.exchange.microsoft.com and sign in using your credentials. You can also continue to access the Classic Exchange admin center using the URL Classic Exchange admin center and sign in using your credentials.
To experience some of the new Exchange admin center features, see the following:
Personalized dashboard, reports, and insights
The new EAC offers actionable insights and includes reports for mail flow, migration, and priority monitoring.
New navigation panel
The new EAC includes a left navigation panel to make it easier to find features.
Azure cloud shell support
Cloud Shell is a browser-accessible shell that provides a command-line experience built with Azure management tasks in mind. It enables admins to choose a shell experience that best suits their working lifestyle.
Improved mailbox management
Recipient management is one of the most crucial tasks that admins perform. The new EAC now includes easier mailbox management.
Improved support for groups
The new EAC enables you to create and manage four types of groups: Microsoft 365 Groups, Distribution lists, Mail-enabled security groups, and Dynamic distribution lists.
The new EAC supports various kinds of migrations, including cross-tenant migrations for M&A scenarios, and automation Google Workspace (G-Suite) migrations.
For more information on new EAC and Classic EAC
See the following articles:
- To understand the differences between Classic and new EAC, see Classic and New Exchange admin center differences.
- To explore features in new EAC, see New Exchange admin center.
- To explore features in Classic EAC, see Classic Exchange admin center.
- To get an update on the journey of the new EAC, see What's new in Exchange admin center.
See the following articles:
- Microsoft 365 and Office resources: lists supported browsers for Microsoft 365, Office 365, and the Exchange admin center.
- Supported Browsers for Outlook on the web.
Are you using Exchange Server? See Exchange admin center in Exchange Server.
Are you using standalone Exchange Online Protection (EOP)? See Exchange admin center in Exchange Online Protection.