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Month: November 2017

In Exchange 2016, you do not have all the roles like in Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013. You only have 2 roles, the Mailbox Role and the Edge Transport role. You might be wondering how mail flows within Exchange 2016. Let’s take a look: The Mailbox server role has three transport services called the transport pipeline, take […]

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In this tutorial, we will be looking at installing Exchange 2016 CU7 on Windows Server 2016. Take note that you can install Exchange 2016 CU3 and up on Windows Server 2016. Prior versions of Exchange 2016 can be installed on Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2. We will cover the following steps: **Take Note, you […]

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Many organizations make use of a WildCard Certificate in their Exchange Environment. This makes sense when you have quite a number of SAN names to use. In Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2013, if you try and update the X.509 Certificate Name when using a WildCard Certificate, whether it is in the EAC or ECP, you […]

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In your Exchange environment, you might have had users saying they are unable to see another users calendar. In this scenario, the error that was coming up was “No Connection” when you opened up another Shared Calendar. Here are some troubleshooting steps to go through, one of them might help you as each environment is […]

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If you are installing a new Exchange 2010 Server or want to update the existing servers’ Autodiscover and EWS URLs, then follow the commands below. EWS (Exchange WEB Services) To check what the URL is currently, run the following command from the Exchange Management Shell (EMS): Get-WebServicesVirtualDirectory |fl identity,internalurl,externalurl This is the output of running […]

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Many times the question has been asked, can I not add my Exchange 2010 Server to my Exchange 2013 DAG or my Exchange 2013 Server to my Exchange 2016 DAG. Well, the answer is No you cannot. Let me explain why. Firstly, your Exchange 2010 Servers are probably running on Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise […]

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In Exchange, be it Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016, you might have come across back pressure alerts or where Exchange just won’t function. These include: Disk space Memory These in turn log different event logs, you might see the following Event ID’s logged in the application log: 15004 15006 If we take a […]

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Many a time, you run into an issue with a end user’s outlook. It won’t start or you cannot see some rules. Personally, I have used this tool many times where users have corrupt Inbox Rules which you cannot see in Outlook and have to use the tool to remove them. You have a very […]

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This is an interesting topic. Some believe that it is best to disable IPv6 on an Exchange 2013 Server where others do not agree. The problem comes in where the tick box on the Network card is just removed and this then sends the Server into a spiral where services don’t want to stop or […]

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In Exchange, whether it is Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016, there is always some sort of confusion when it comes to deleting or disabling a user mailbox. While one will leave the account in tact and disconnect the mailbox, the other one will remove the account and mailbox. Here is an explanation of […]

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In your Exchange 2013 environment, you may come across the following error below when working in the EAC when you are trying to configure delegation or trying to modify user accounts: The Object <object DN> has been corrupted and is in an inconsistent state. The following validation errors happened: The access control defines the ObjectType […]

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In Exchange, you are probably familiar with creating DAG’s and assigning a DAG IP. All DAG’s running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012 require at least one IP address on every subnet included in the MAPI network. The IP address(es) assigned to the DAG are used by the DAG’s cluster. The name you […]

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In my previous post we looked at redistributing the active databases and copies in a DAG. Today we will be taking a look at moving an active mailbox database to another server in the DAG. We will be using the Exchange Management Shell to perform this action. Why you may ask do we need to […]

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In your Exchange 2010 environment you will need to re-balance your DAG’s after you perform maintenance or if you had a failure on a Server of if you copies moved to another server. You can manually move the databases from the Exchange Management Console but PowerShell comes to the rescue and does it for you […]

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Outlook mail is and has always been one of the platforms used for Exchange. Users connect to your environment whether it’s on-premise or hosted and they send/receive mail every day. One day they get a message saying the mailbox is full, so you archive the users mailbox. Once done you have a PST file for […]

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In your Exchange Organization, there may have been a time when new users don’t show up in the Offline Address Book (OAB/GAL) immediately and you are required to ensure that it is fully populated without waiting the default time periods in Exchange. Here are some of the default values when the OAB gets updated: Offline […]

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