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Tag: Exchange 2010

As an Exchange Admin, the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) is probably something you work on all day. Like any other day, you launch the EMS and are presented with lengthy error but can still work. Can’t generate Export-Module for the current session using Import-PSSession A simple way in my case to fix this was to […]

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In your Exchange environment, whether it is Exchange 2010 or 2013, you might come across an error that when you try run any form of command, where it is to re-balance your Exchange DAG or perform any other function in the EMS, you are presented with a lot of red errors as follows: The WinRM […]

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In Exchange 2010, you might come across the following error message logged consistently in the event log for a mailbox: Mapi session exceeded the maximum of 250 objects of type “objtMessage” The best option will be to investigate outlook add-ins or AV or something scanning the mailbox on the machine. Take note this will affect […]

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In Exchange 2010 or 2013, you might have issued a renewal of your SSL certificate. In the Exchange Management Console (EMC) or the Exchange Admin Center (EAC), you assign the new services to the SSL certificate and now you want to remove the old SSL certificate, however you are presented with the error below: Solution: […]

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As an Exchange Admin, you may be wondering what commands are run when you click on different areas in the Exchange Management Console, this can be Accepted Domains or Mailboxes under the Recipient Configuration section in the EMC. It is actually very easy to find out what has been run. Launch the Exchange Management Console […]

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In Exchange, when running a the search-mailbox command and you have a large user base, you might encounter the following error: Sending data to a remote command failed with the following error message: The total data received from the remote clien t exceeded allowed maximum. Allowed maximum is 524288000. For more information, see the about_Remote_Troubleshooting […]

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In any Exchange Environment, your users will create Inbox Rules on there mailboxes. For them it is like a filing system, Email X goes here and Email Y goes there. In my previous post we looked at the Rules Quota on a mailbox. If you would like to see what rules have been created on […]

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In Exchange 2010 or another other version like 2013 or 2016, you probably came across the fact that when a user sets up there out of office, all looks fine. You receive the mailtip in outlook, you can check the event logs on the CAS server and it will show as successful however you don’t […]

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As an Exchange Admin, you might have your saved list of commands you use on a daily or weekly basis. I would like to share my Top 10 list of commands used in Exchange, as some of the environments worked on are massive, these might not be your Top 10 but you can add them […]

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In your Exchange 2010 environment, you may be performing DAG fail-overs to perform maintenance etc. but sometimes it doesn’t always work as you want it to. When you initiate the fail over either from PowerShell or the Exchange Control Panel, you might encounter the following error Below is the command used:

The error is […]

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In your Exchange Environment, whether it be a 2010 or higher version, you probably are planning on setting up a DAG. While we not going to go through the setup of creating the DAG, one of the important parts is ensuring you have Quorum and you can do so by setting up a File Witness […]

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In your Exchange 2010 Environment, you may be performing Rollup Upgrades from time to time to fix certain issues in previous Rollups or just moving to the latest version Microsoft provides. While this is a pretty straight forward installation, you do need to ensure that you follow the correct steps in applying it. I strongly […]

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In your Exchange 2010 or 2013 Environment, you might have a called logged by a user/s whereby they cannot add in new mailbox rules within outlook or when you are saving a rule you come across the following error: One or more rules could not be uploaded to Exchange server and have been deactivated. This […]

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Within your Exchange 2010 SP3 environment, you might be carrying out Rollup installation tasks, going from one Rollup to the next or installing a brand new server with the latest Rollup. We hope that installations go smooth but sometimes you run into a problem as we will show below, this is just one of many […]

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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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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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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 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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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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