Exchange Server

I will describe small steps to recover a mailbox from Windows Server Backup. It includes steps like restroing the backup file from WSB to an alternate location, creation of recovery database and restoring the mailbox 1. Recovery from backup: 1. Start WSB on the server and select Recover from the Action menu 2. On the …

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1. Open the application SCANPST in your computer (If you have outlook pre-installed the application will be the there at your outlook installation folder) 2. Open SCANPST and Browse the required PST or STM file                 3. Click ‘Start’ to start repairing the corrupted file

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Microsoft has updated its Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, posting a service pack with a number of new features and bug fixes, the company announced Monday. The new features in Microsoft Exchange Service Pack 2 were developed based on customer feedback, according to the company. They reflect the expanding use of enterprise e-mail, scheduling and associated …

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Here, I am presenting some examples on usage of Get-ADPermission cmdlet 1. Returns the permissions that have been applied to the user Ed.                         Get-ADPermission -Identity Ed 2. Returns the permissions that have been granted to the user Ed on the Contoso.com Receive connector.                          Get-ADPermission “Contoso.com” -User Ed 3. Run the following command against a mailbox database …

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1. Check host (A) record for your domain that points to the server hosting autodiscovery. Run nslookup autodiscover.mydomain.com Server: name.mydomain.com Address: X.X.X.X Name: autodiscover.mydoamin.com Address: X.X.X.X 2. Access your autodiscovery service using a web browser. The URL you should use is : http://autodiscover.<your domain>/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml You should receive some XML with an error in it, as shown below, and that’s …

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Who SMTP English Computer 1 connect Call computer 2 Computer 2 220 Greetings Computer 1 HELO Hello, how are you? Computer 2 220 I’m OK thanks. What would you like to do? Computer 1 MAIL I’d like to send some mail from X Computer 2 220 Looks fine to me Computer 1 RCPT The message …

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Here I am presenting the way which I follows to remove a disconnected mailbox from the exchange 2010 server. To get the information on mailbox of the deleted user and disconnected mailboxes you can use the following cmdlet: Get-MailboxStatistics -Database “Mailbox Database 1” | Where-Object {$_.DisconnectDate -Notlike $NULL} | FL DisplayName, DisconnectDate, MailboxGuid The result will …

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