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Last Updated on 18 Sept. 2012, Total: 10 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Number of E-mails Sent and Received by one User

    This tip shows how to count the number of e-mails a user sent/received... Read More

  2. Get Recoverable Items folder size per Database

    This tip show how to check how much space is currently taken on a database by the Recoverable Items folder... Read More

  3. Quickly generate reports on ActiveSync users

    Ever wondered how many users have ActiveSync devices connected, or how many devices each user has? This tip explains how to quickly do this using PowerShell... Read More

  4. Update IPs on Receive Connectors

    How to easily add or remove IP addresses from Receive Connectors across all HUB servers... Read More

  5. Creating Transport Rule in Exchange 2010 using EMS

  6. Check Full Access permissions to other mailboxes

  7. Compare Primary SMTP address with SIP address

  8. Why do I get "System.String[]" when using Get-MessageTrackingLog and exporting to a CSV?

    Problems using Get-MessageTrackingLog and exporting to a CSV file... Read More

  9. Finding users whom are not using the Default Storage Quotas

    Most large Exchange 2010 (or 2007) environments have mailbox quotas set at the Database level so that ever user gets a consistent allocation. However overtime and for many different reasons, the database defaults can be bypassed and set at a user level from within the Exchange Management Console or Exchange Management Shell. Such a situation can grow and leave Exchange... Read More

  10. Transcription with the Exchange Management Console

    Troubleshooting Exchange 2007 or 2010 from the Exchange Management Console, is typically a long winded affair, with many commands and attempts to resolve a given problem. At many points I am sure many Exchange admins have stopped and wished that they could review what they did several steps ago, or review a particular error message they received – but alas... Read More

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