If you’re an Exchange administrator, you had come cross this problem whenever you had tried to perform some changes on users mailboxes, either adding an older mailbox to server, move a mailbox, exporting a new user objects to Active Directory, or creating a newer one on Exchange Server 2007; you have got this error message on your screen -
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Some Exchange Administrators do the perfect job with the combination of cmdlets on Server, that’s Microsoft is increasing the new cmdlets in Exchange server with the every new release. There are 187 Powershell cmdlets in Exchange Server 2013 alone. With the latest product release of 2012-2013 cycle, Microsoft has added lot of new Powershell cmdlets in Exchange 2013 to help Administrators. So if you’re an Exchange Administrator who is planning to deploy an Exchange 2013 Server, these 10 newly added Powershell commands you should definitely need to know about-
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
This could be a great idea to export data for a particular date range in Exchange Server 2010, rather than exporting complete mailbox only for selective data. Sometime as an Exchange Administrator I need to export only selective mailbox item in a time range for keep the data as backup, or one of the user used to do this for create a monthly archive for a particular mailbox.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Most of the organizations, especially the larger ones configure Microsoft Exchange Server as the primary communication medium between e-mail clients. And MS Outlook is among the most popular and preferred e-mail client for organizational business purpose.
Of course ‘Bigger is better’ in various cases and it is also very true in case of Exchange Server. Even though with the massive availability of multi-terabyte hard disks, the MS Exchange Server can use huge amount of disk spaces. Otherwise, the flow of email exchange between two email clients may be severely delayed.