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Thursday, April 30, 2009 2:56 PM by Eric Norberg I have recently received a number of questions surrounding the generation of e-mail addresses in Exchange 2007. Particularly, whether or not custom email addresses can be generated via “legacy” replacement strings to meet specific organizational naming conventions. This post will present a brief overview of the […]
Recently, I’ve gone through an exercise to rebuild the Exchange 2007 environment at my new company. The original Exchange 2007 design was not what I would call optimal, so we decided to just rebuild instead of fix all of the problems. Luckily, most of the users were still on Exchange 2003, so this made the […]
When looking at emails in several IMAP folders one after the other in Mozilla Thunderbird, I got the following error message and was unable to view that folder and the emails in it.
As you know Exchange Management Shell is an extension of Windows PowerShell (PS). Today I found a really useful PS command to generate HTML reports that include data generated through Exchange Management Shell commands. In an effort to create a “Dashboard” for our Exchange environment, I’ve been trying to find a way to gather […]
Sending email through telnet can be a useful tool when testing mail functionality, testing for open relays, or sending mail from admin scripts. This is something I don’t use often enough, so I’ve created this blog as a reminder.
There are a number of advantages to spreading your users’ mailboxes across your databases in Exchange 2007 versus putting department or groups in to a single database together. One of the biggest advantages is risk mitigation of a single database outage putting an entire group out of commission. Managing database sizes is also important in […]
In any email environment where quotas are enforced, requests to increase quotas are a regular occurrence. The fact of the matter is storage costs money and therefore must be managed in a meaningful way. There has to be some kind of process or mechanism to determine if a quota increase is justified. Typically quota increases […]
Microsoft have just released there Remote connectivity Analyzer tool this allows you to perform testing of your Exchange 2007 services remotely from a web page !
When I started at my new company we were running in a mixed environment (Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007). There were a number of configuration items that just didn’t make sense and the previous Exchange guy was no longer there. I quickly began rebuilding the Exchange 2007 environment.