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Category: Exchange 2010

Quick overview: After publishing Exchange through the WAP rather than TMG we found that iPhone’s were able to connect to activesync however not Android devices. The errors we were getting on Android were strange ones, “Unable to connect, Security Error occured”. No errors logged on the exchange servers regarding ActiveSync at all. This blog explains […]

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Understanding RPC Client Access: In Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, the Client Access server role was introduced to handle incoming client connections to Exchange mailboxes. Although the majority of types of client connections were made to the Client Access server, Microsoft Office Outlook still connected directly to the Mailbox server when it was running internally with the MAPI […]

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This guide shows you how to change the authentication method on OWA and ECP. Terminology used from Exchangeserverpro.com   EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 OUTLOOK WEB APP AUTHENTICATION TYPES: There are four authentication methods available for Exchange Server 2010 OWA:   Integrated Authentication – This allows domain users who are logged on to domain computers to automatically […]

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This guide shows how to publish OWA and Autodiscover from WAP (Web Application Proxy) as well as importing the Certificate to use for the rule. On the Web Application Proxy (WAP) Server, open up Server Manager and then click on Tools and then Select Remote Access Management. Once you Remote Access Management has opened you […]

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This simple guide shows you how to create and configure a send connector. Open up the EMC (Exchange Management Console) and Expand Organization Configuration. Click on Hub Transport then on the right click on the Send Connectors Tab. Right click anywhere in the white space or on Hub Transport and click on “New Send Connector”. […]

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Environment Requirements: The Domain and Forest Level shall be minimum set to be Windows Server 2003. There should be at least one domain Controller which is set as a Global Catalog. The User account running the installation should be part of these groups: Domain Admins Schema Admins Enterprise Admins.   Software needed: Feature Pack. Exchange […]

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This simple guide shows how to create a distribution group in Exchange. Open up the Exchange Management Console Expand Recipient Organization Click on Distribution Groups Step 1 -> Right click on Distribution Groups. Step 2 -> Click on New Distribution Group. Step 1 -> Click on New Group. Step 2 -> Click Next. Step 1 […]

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To export a mailbox to PST is relatively a simple process but there are a few steps to do before you jump into this. Here are the steps: Grant the User access to the Role as by default there are not users assigned to the Import/Export Management role. Create a Network Share and Grant the […]

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If you trying to move mailboxes you may encounter the following error: Solution: Change the TCP KeepAliveTime for the servers involved in the move. Source, Target, and CAS. KB: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd349797(v=WS.10).aspx Hope it helps.

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If you disable a user’s mailbox in Exchange 2010 it moves to the Disconnected Mailbox Container under Recipient Configuration in Exchange. Now when you re-connect the mailbox to the AD user and you try send an email to the account you get the following error: #554-5.2.1 mailbox disabled 554 5.2.1 STOREDRV.Deliver.Exception:AccountDisabledException.MapiExceptionMailboxDisabled; Failed to process message […]

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If you want to get a quick overview of all the URL’s of your virtual directories in Exchange 2010 you can run the following command: Get-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory | ft server,*lur* -AutoSize Get-AutodiscoverVirtualDirectory | ft server,*lur* -AutoSize Get-ClientAccessServer | ft name, *lur* -AutoSize Get-EcpVirtualDirectory | ft server,*lur* -AutoSize Get-OabVirtualDirectory | ft server,*lur* -AutoSize Get-OwaVirtualDirectory | ft server,*lur* […]

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Prerequisites List (Windows 7 x64): Windows 7 Features: Supported Operating Systems for running Exchange Management Tools: Windows Vista 64-bit with Service Pack 2 Windows 7 64-bit Windows Server 2008 64-bit with Service Pack 2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Installing Windows features: Open up the control panel, click on Programs and then click on “Turn windows […]

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MS Exchange Server, an email server developed by Microsoft, is a contact manager-cum-calendaring software, which being a part of the Microsoft server line of products, runs on Windows server operating systems. Among the various versions of the Exchange Sever available today, Exchange Server 2010 is the most popular one. Nevertheless, it takes immense care to […]

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Importing data from or exporting data to .pst file format is extremely easy using   MailboxImportRequest and MailboxExportRequest cmdlet. These both sets are part of Exchange Management Shell, after user has submitted the request of Import or export, the process is carried out by Mailbox Replication Service (MRS). The Exchange Mailbox Replication Service is available in […]

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Today I upgraded one of my branches DPM 2012 evaluation to SP1. After upgrading all agents I ran consistency checks and all passed except one, Exchange. The server gave the following error: “Cannot create a recovery point because of a transient problem. (ID 215 Details: VssError: The shadow copy provider had an error. Check the […]

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Today I am exporting mail to PST so I can start consolidating my Exchange Servers and when running the New-MailboxExportRequest command you might find that the mailboxes just stay in a queued status without processing. You can check this by running the following command: Get-MailboxExportRequest | Get-MailboxExportRequestStatistics To fix the problem above simply open up […]

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