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16 January, 2017 | Jonathan Hassell

3 Common Problems in Migrating to Exchange 2016

As support for Exchange 2010 wanes and the bell is tolling for Exchange Server 2007’s useful life, a lot of organizations are taking a look at moving to Exchange Server 2016. Earlier we described how to proceed mailbox move request in Exchange 2010, now let’s take a look at how to deal with...
9 August, 2016 | Matt Hopton

5 Free Exchange Security Tools You Probably Don’t Know About

Exchange email security is a huge front to defend. There are now so many attack surfaces that it can be hard to decide how to start. Here are a few things that you might want to consider when thinking about your Exchange infrastructure security setup. This is by no means a full list. 1. Full...
4 May, 2016 | Danny Murphy

May the Force Be with You: Best Tools for IT Pros and Geeks

May the 4th be with you,  brave IT pros, geeks and nerds. It's our day! We've collected useful materials to arm you with powerful tools and guides that are designed to help IT Pros gain visibility into their hybrid-cloud IT environments for security and compliance. Free Tools for IT...
15 October, 2014 | Krishna Kumar

Understanding the Mailbox Move Request in Exchange 2010

Mailbox Move Request is the process of moving a mailbox from its source mailbox database to a target mailbox database. Target mailbox database can be either on the same server or on a different server or even in a different domain/forest.  Mailboxes are moved for various reasons like transitioning...
17 September, 2014 | Nick Cavalancia

Exchange Server Down: You Only Have Minutes

You just got the call: your Exchange server is not sending or receiving email. Your one and only Exchange server. OK, this is bad. You drop everything and begin to check the Exchange server for problems. It is up? Yes. Are the needed services running? Yes. Does it have enough disk space?...
1 August, 2014 | Krishna Kumar

Exchange 2013 Reseeding Automation

Reseeding is a process of updating the failed mailbox database to be in sync with the Active mailbox database. This has been greatly improved in Exchange 2013. Some of the new and interesting features in Exchange 2013 is Automatic Reseed and multiple databases per volume. AutoReseed is purposed...
17 July, 2014 | Krishna Kumar

Exchange 2013 Administrator Audit Logging

We continue the “Deep Dive” series. In it you might find the answers to some of your technical questions. The industry experts will provide their insights on several topics and research some new features of most popular applications. The first article of the series can be found here. Also,...
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