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In this article we take a look at Modern Public folders and outline how to migration the legacy version to the Modern (exchange 2013) version.

Update on some of the issue related to Exchange 2013 CU6: - Databases unexpectedly fail over in a co-existence environment with E2007 - Exchange Online mailboxes cannot be managed by using EAC after you deploy E2013 CU6 - You cannot route ActiveSync traffic to E2007 mailboxes after you upgrade to E2013 CU6

We have a new update released for Lync 2013! The september update for Lync 2013 is available:

Overview Auto reseed is a fascinating subject, introduced for the very first time in Exchange 2013 it meets a need that existed throughout legacy versions. Throughout the previous exchange versions if a disk hosting a mailbox database were to go offline it would mean that the database copy hosted on that disk would be unavailable to exchange as well. ......

It seems CU6 is not bringing much luck if you still have Exchange 2007 in your environment. There is yet another issue with this update: Log Name: Application Source: MSExchange Common Date: <edited out> Event ID: 4999 Task Category: General Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: <edited out> Description: Watson report about ......

There’s an issue with CU6 for Exchange 2013 in coexistence mode with exchange 2007. Quite specifically if you have it installed you might experience unexpected database failovers if you have a delegate on 2007 attempting to open a 2013 mailbox. The issue is known and an interim update should be getting released soon. The current work around is to disable ......

Today we’ve witnessed yet another release cycle for Exchange 2013, 2010 as well as 2007. Exchange Server 2007 SP3 RU14 (KB2936861) Exchange Server 2010 SP3 RU7 (KB2961522) Exchange Server 2013 CU6 (KB2961810) Not only that but a number of blog posts specifying the improvements, most notably the increase in the Exchange 2013 Public folder supported folder ......

Another exchange related function (who could guess!) I recently finished is this one. It will download the exchange setup file and install the role you require to be installed. You have to provide the role you want to install, the exchange version and the organization name. Works for 2010 and 2013. Might update this in the future to include RU installations.

I’m not taking full credit for this one. This script was originally made by someone else (and as soon as I find the link to that post I’ll put it up!) to prepare for Exchange 2010 on windows 2008 and 2008 R2.

I’ve updated it for server 2012 and Exchange 2013, converted it to a function and make you choose th

verifying connectivity from outlook to Exchange

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