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Month: April 2015

In an organization you might need to hide a mailbox from the GAL for some reason. The procedure to do this is quite straight forward and can be achieved using the Exchange Admin Center or the Exchange Management Shell. Hide mailbox using the Exchange Admin Center: Step 1 -> Click on Recipients link. Step 2 […]

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In Exchange 2013 you have the ability to add additional alias addresses to a mailbox. A user might ask you to create another alias perhaps with a shorter name and surname. This can be done from the Exchange Admin Center and the Exchange Management Shell. Add an alias using the Exchange Admin Center: Step 1 […]

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In Exchange 2013, you set your default quotas for all mailboxes, however you might need to increase an individual mailbox because of the large amount of email that the user processes, this can be a marketing person for example. In this exercise we will increase the size of a mailbox using the Exchange Admin Center […]

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In Exchange 2013 there might come a time when you need to grant full access to a users mailbox. A PA might need access to his/her managers mailbox or another user needs access to a mailbox. In this example we will show you how to grant access using the Exchange Admin Center and the Exchange […]

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Lync 2013 Enterprise Voice In your Lync Organization you might have selected users that have an Enterprise + CAL and that have the ability to make calls externally from their Lync/Skype for business client. Generally other users will have PC-to-PC connectivity. In this exercise we will enable a user for Enterprise Voice. Open up the […]

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F5 and Lync Server 2013 F5 and Lync Server 2013 work well together especially when it comes to reverse proxy. As all iRules are created and certificates uploaded and attached to the iRules for Lync all functions start working. The challenge is that internal to your network your Lync / Skype for business clients use […]

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Lync 2013 Errors: On your Lync 2013 Server you might see multiple errors logged with following event ID’s: 61037 61043 61039 61035 Here is a description of error 61037: If you notice all 4 errors are pointing to the Frontend Service on the Lync Server. A quick check on the servers revealed that all of […]

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After checking the Lync Servers in my lab I noticed a lot of errors logged for the LS Protocol stack: Full Error: At least one attempt to reference stale (non-existent or deleted) security association was detected. There were 44 messages with signature that referenced stale (non-existent or deleted) security association in the last 2 minutes. […]

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Lync 2013 LS Data Collection – Event ID LS Data 56208 On your Lync 2013 Server you might notice the following event log several times a day, here is the warning logged: Insertion of an error report was throttled to prevent flooding of the Call Detail Recording (CDR) database. Component: CDR Adaptor Cause: This is an expected […]

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Exchange 2010 Certificate Renewal In this article we cover the following: Exchange Certificate that is about to expire. Renew Exchange Certificate. Exchange Certificate that is expiring or has expired: On Exchange 2010 you might see the following warning to say that a certificate is about to expire or has already expired. We can check which […]

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In Exchange you might have certain employees that have custom limits on there mailboxes, but as you know this can become quite messy especially if everyone started asking for it. To keep all mailboxes the same you can run a simple command to set the defaults back but as stated in a previous post you […]

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In Exchange 2010 you might want to enable archiving for a user but run into the following error: To remove the managed folder mailbox policy from the mailbox run the following command from the Exchange Management Shell: Set-Mailbox <User> -ManagedFolderMailboxPolicy $null You should now be able to enable archiving for the user. Hope it helps.

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As an Exchange Admin you might need to provide information regarding the Database Size of all the databases in Exchange. The PowerShell command is quite simply and we make use of the -Status attribute. To check the size you can run the following command in the Exchange Management Shell: Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | select ServerName,Name,DatabaseSize   […]

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As an Exchange Admin you might be tasked to find all mailboxes that have no storage limits or custom ones. You cannot achieve this using the Exchange Management Console but rather using the Exchange Management Shell. Open up the Exchange Management Shell and run the following command: get-mailbox | where {$_.UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults -eq $False} | ft […]

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