Exchange Server 2010

Last Updated on 17 Dec. 2014, Total: 96 Knowledge Base Tips

8 High Availability
36 Management & Administration
2 Mobility
7 Monitoring
7 Outlook & OWA
7 Planning & Architecture
10 Powershell
9 Security & Message Hygiene
5 Setup & Deployment
2 Tools
3 Transitioning & Migration
  1. 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay

    This tip explains how to allow applications to establish an unauthenticated connection to Exchange and send e-mails to external addresses... Read More

  2. Anonymous Relay Receive Connector

    This tip explains the steps to create a Receive Connector which provides anonymous relay... Read More

  3. Apply full access permissions to multiple mailboxes for a single user

    If you need to apply the full access permission for a single user to multiple mailbox users - this is a Powershell one-liner that will allow you to via OU membership... Read More

  4. Archive Mailbox Stats

    Little script to collect information about all archive mailboxes... Read More

  5. Attachment Filtering

  6. Changing multiple Exchange Virtual Directories across a CAS Array quickly and accurately

    Ever need to configure multiple Virtual Directories across all Exchange Client Access Servers within a Client Access Array? This script will show you how to save some time... Read More

  7. Check DAG Status

    This tip shows two useful cmdlets that help quickly check the health of DAGs... Read More

  8. Check Full Access permissions to other mailboxes

  9. Clearing down move-request information in bulk

    In Exchange 2010 information about Move Requests can be view via the Exchange Management Console or from the Exchange Management Shell. Overtime this information builds up, and you may wish to clear this information down periodically... Read More

  10. Cloning Exchange 2010 Database Settings from a source Database

    One of the most annoying jobs for an Exchange admin is replicating databases settings in large installations between databases. From within and using the basic tools if you wish for a number of databases to have the same “IssueWarningQuota” for example – means that you have to set this value on each databases manually. Not so much of a problem... Read More

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