Tag: Microsoft Exchange

Mar 28

Resolved: Exchange 2013 SP1 readiness check failing with AD errors (User permissions and connectivity)

Resolved: Exchange 2013 SP1 readiness check failing with AD errors (User permissions and connectivity) Recently I’ve been having issues with our storage array for which reason I decided to deploy our Exchange Server 2013 SP1 server on the cloud instead of onPremise. As I tried to install the system I came across multiple readiness check …

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Mar 24

Exchange 2013: How to completely remove all settings from Active Directory

Exchange 2013: How to completely remove all settings from Active Directory If you want to completely wipe all traces of Exchange Server 2013 from your Active Directory then follow this simple instructions. This has worked thus far for me but perhaps I missed something so feel free to provide any feedback you may have. Removing …

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Oct 31

How to: Compact the size of an Exchange Mailbox Database

How to: Compact the size of an Exchange Mailbox Database As of late I have been working on moving mailboxes form an onPremise deployment to the cloud in a hybrid environment. As I made progress I noticed the servers that hosted the Mailbox databases were using a lot of hard drive space and that backups …

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Oct 27

What is: Circular Logging in Microsoft Exchange Server

What is: Circular Logging in Microsoft Exchange Server I had some issues with an Exchange Server and had to perform a restore operation. While doing so I noticed that even though the user mailboxes were not huge, the size of the mailbox store was. As I read more about it, Exchange maintains the Mailbox Database …

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Oct 23

How to Resolve: X-OWA-Error: Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Storage.AdUserNotFoundException

How to Resolve: X-OWA-Error: Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Storage.AdUserNotFoundException So a bit of background on this error. I am currently deploying Exchange 2013 on hybrid mode with Office 365. I just finished the transfer process on one of my users. After that I assigned the user a License and proceeded to try to access the email using OWA. After …

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Oct 21

How to: Connect to a Remote Office 365 Tenant PowerShell Session

How to: Connect to a Remote Office 365 Tenant PowerShell Session Probably at some point of using the new Microsoft´s Office 365 offering you´ll need to run some PowerShell commands against your Tenant sesison. Below I have gather a few commands to reference when working on a remote Office 365 Tenant PowerShell Session: Connection: $cred …

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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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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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