Category Archive: Exchange 2010

Mar 15

How to: Publish Exchange Server 2010 with Forefront UAG and Forefront TMG

How to: Publish Exchange Server 2010 with Forefront UAG and Forefront TMG I’ve been trying to publish Exchange Server 2013 with Forefront TMG with no avail. However, I did find a good guide on how to publish Exchange Server 2010 with TMG so I thought I would share. I can’t find the link to the …

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Mar 11

How to: Move Mailboxes to another Exchange Server 2013

How to: Move Mailboxes to another Exchange Server 2013 So again, another fun day thanks to the folks at Microsoft (or my karma… I am really debating on that one). For some reason my CAS server stopped working properly and after spending a whole day trying to figure out why I can’t log back in I …

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Mar 09

How to: Remove error “Error 503 – Service Unavailable” after removing Exchange Server 2013 on IIS

How to: Remove error “Error 503 – Service Unavailable” after removing Exchange Server 2013 on IIS Okay, so I am guilty of many bad practices like not backing up a RAID array before expanding it, and as of late, using a server box that had Exchange Server 2013 for other purposes instead of reinstalling. To …

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Mar 04

How to: Subscribe and Synchronize an Exchange 2010 Edge Server to an Exchange 2013 Server

How to: Subscribe and Synchronize an Exchange 2010 Edge Server to an Exchange 2013 Server As you start migrating towards Exchange 2013 you’ll run across some scenarios like: How to synchronize your existing Edge server with your new Exchange server 2013 How to synchronize a new Edge server with your Exchange server 2013 From what I’ve gathered …

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Mar 02

How to: Export all your organization’s Exchange Mailboxes to .pst files

How to: Export all your organization’s Exchange Mailboxes to .pst files Sometimes for backup, migration or disaster recovery purposes it is necessary to export your Exchange’s mailboxes. Although through time the method has changed and at a point in time it required Outlook to be installed on your server, life is better now. Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 …

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Jan 25

How to fix error: 452 4.3.1 Insufficient system resources on Exchange Server 2007 or 2010

A Guide to Back Pressure in Microsoft Exchange Server   For most Exchange administrators the first time they encounter the concept of “back pressure” is when they see this error: 452 4.3.1 Insufficient system resources   The resource pressure increased from Medium to High. The following resources are under pressure: Private bytes = 76% [High] …

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Jan 20

Exchange 2010: What is an arbitration mailbox?

Exchange 2010: What is an arbitration mailbox? If you are like me, you probably never heard of arbitration mailboxes until you were trying to uninstall your Exchange Server, it happens. In my case I am moving from an old Exchange server into a new one and although I moved all my user mailboxes there are …

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Jan 20

Scripts for Managing Public Folders in the Exchange Management Shell

Scripts for Managing Public Folders in the Exchange Management Shell Below is an article published by Microsoft on the different scripts available to manage public folders. This can come in useful in a number of scenarios including How to move Public Folders when moving to a new Exchange Server. The original article can be found …

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Jan 20

How to: Move folder replicas to another public folder database

How to: Move folder replicas to another public folder database Another common error to run across when uninstalling Exchange 2010 is the following: Error: Uninstall cannot continue. Database ‘Public Folder Database 1587193804’: The public folder database “Public Folder Database 1587193804” contains folder replicas. Before deleting the public folder database, remove the folders or move the replicas …

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Jan 20

How to: Move Arbitration Mailboxes in Exchange 2010

How to: Move Arbitration Mailboxes in Exchange 2010 When trying to demote my SBS 2011 one of the steps was to uninstall Exchange 2010 from the machine. As many of you will find out the uninstall process requires some work. I recommend reading the more detailed article on How to remove the default database in Exchange …

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