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Allowing internal services to relay through exchange
We all get those requests where there is a certain service that requires to send mails by using your company email server. Whilst an open relay is generally a way to get your domain blacklisted forever, allowing an internal relay is usually a necessity. By default Exchange is setup to deny relaying from any IP address, including your internal network. In this section I will show you how to allow relaying from your internal network. Exchange 2003: 1. Open the Exchange system manager 2. Expand the ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 11:10 PM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ Exchange ]

Reseeding the passive node of a DAG/CCR
Running a CCR or DAG is a great way to have a server resilient database. Relying on an asynchronous copy of the log files (Each log file gets copied over only when the store has released it) it copies over the log files from the active node to the passive node so it can be played in to the passive nodes database. But whilst being a great failover solution both solution are also quite high-maintenance, CCR more so than a DAG. Running in to a situation where the CCR or DAG is down because of to many ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 11:10 PM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ Exchange ]

KB2644137: Windows Network Load Balancing does not work in an Exchange Server cluster
MS knowledge base article which is of interest: Consider the following scenario: You have multiple servers that are running Microsoft Exchange Server. The servers that are running Exchange Server are hosted in a VMware ESX environment. The servers that are running Exchange Server are part of a Windows Network Load Balancing cluster. Windows Network Load Balancing is configured to run in unicast mode. In this scenario, Windows Network Load Balancing may not work correctly. For example, network traffic ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 6, 2011 9:12 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ General Exchange Platforms ]

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