Thursday, November 5, 2015

Moving Mailboxes in Bulk on Exchange Server 2010

Moving mailboxes in Exchange 2010 is easier task until you’re moving only one or few mailboxes. But if you’ve to move mailboxes in bulk, I’m sure the mailbox moving process could be long and bit hard for lots of administrators. 

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Repair Corrupt Exchange 2016 Mailbox: New-MailboxRepairRequest

I’ve already posted multiple ways to repair Exchange 2010/2013, but I never published how to repair a corrupt mailbox in Exchange 2016. Ofcourse, Exchange 2016 is very new topic among all Exchange administrators; still many of us are not aware with new changes in Exchange 2016. So before moving ahead, it is recommended to check what’snew in Exchange Server 2016

Fixed: Slow Mailbox Migration Issue in Exchange 2013

Moving one mailbox on Exchange 2013 is an easy task for an administrator but when an admin migrate lots of mailboxes, slow mailbox moving issue occurs on Exchange Server. However, with simple steps, you can fix the slow migration issue and increase the speed of user’s mailbox in your Exchange Server environment. 

Friday, October 9, 2015

Reasons to Migrate from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010

MS Exchange Server is a Microsoft-developed email server that stores and manages your mailbox data including emails, contacts, calendar, and more. Since Exchange Server is a member of Microsoft server line of products, it runs Windows server operating systems. In fact, Exchange Server is the most popular and preferred email server, which is evident from its several versions (Exchange Server 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, and previous ones) that are available today. However, each new version includes some brand new as well as upgraded features, which enforce exchange users to upgrade to the newer version. 

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Troubleshooting Exchange Server Sync Error 0x80040119

There are different causes and circumstances behind the unknown error code 0x80040119 in Exchange Server environment. Among the various conditions, error 0x80040119 mostly occurs due to synchronization problems between Microsoft Outlook and Exchange Server. But it is also occurred if you’re upgrading Exchange.