How to test the health of Exchange Server services health quickly? Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP2 I have found a useful cmdlet Test-ServiceHealth to test whether all the Microsoft Windows services that Exchange requires on a server have started. Simply run Test-ServiceHealth and you will get the output like as below when every services …

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I am introducing a dedicated portal where I would like to share my experiences on working with various new generation Microsoft Exchange Server products like Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013 including Exchange Online

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I’m just listing down the Top 10 Exchange Tools: Exchange Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator – Provides output on your storage configuration as well as backup and replication requirements. Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA) – This GREAT tool allows Exchange admins the ability to validate their Client Access Service configurations (EWS, Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync.) and SMTP functionality …

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http://www.TestExchangeConnectivity.com http://www.ExRCA.com TheExchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer tool is being updated! List of the changes in this release: •        A new CAPTCHA service. •        The challenge is NOT case sensitive, so it doesn’t matter if you type upper or lower case letters. •        The CAPTCHA challenges will not include hard to distinguish letters/numbers. For example 2 …

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New-SystemMessage cmdlet can be used in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 to create customized delivery status notification (DSN) or quota messages, in the specified language, on computers that have the Hub Transport server role or Edge Transport server role installed. This example creates a customized WarningMailbox quota message. This message is displayed to users who meet the …

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I have gone through the bulk mailbox creation for all of the users in AD. The steps included were creation of a CSV file with user atributes and run a PS script which processes the csv file. 1. Crate a CSV with the following fields for all AD user objects: Lastname,Firstname,Name,UserPrincipalName,Password 2. Make the script …

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There are two tasks for this: 1. Assign Full access permission to user B on User A’s mailbox 2. Give Send As/Receive As permission to User B on User A’s mailbox. Full Access Permission: Run the cmdlet:  Add-MailboxPermission “UserB” -User “UserA” -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType all Receive As/ Send As permission: Add-ADPermission “UserB” -User “DomainUserA” -Extendedrights …

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