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Transition to exchange 2010 from exchange 2007
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Posted On Wednesday, February 8, 2012 1:24 PM | Comments (0)

Troubleshooting for Microsoft Exchange
Exchange is a complex and large product which can have one thousand and one possible issues, one more obscure as the next. The purpose of this guide is to shed some light, where possible, to how things work in Exchange (and outlook), how they can break and how you should approach the issue at hand. Unfortunately it is very time consuming to create a complete troubleshooting guide where every dependency is explained in detail. But that is not the aim of this document anyways. What is the aim? Give ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 11:12 PM | Comments (0)

Recovery storage groups
As you might, or not, be aware off there is no item level based recovery in Exchange that is natively supported by Microsoft. So to perform recoveries we need the recovery storage group (captain obvious). The purpose of this is to mount the database you want to recover from on the Exchange server and use exmerge to merge the data you are recovering into the active database. An RSG will not be accessible to users and you can only create one at a time. Exchange 2003: 1. Open Exchange system manager ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 11:11 PM | Comments (2)

Troubleshooting incoming mail flow (or the lack thereof)
Usually you’ll get alerted to this issue with a call saying that users have not gotten any new email for a while. They will still be connected to Exchange in outlook, you can still log on to the OWA and, when looking at your hub servers, you can see that the all services are up and running (Note that it is possible the transport service could be stopped…). A number of reasons can exist as to why you are not getting any mail flow: · Your recipient polies are not configured correctly · The receive ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 11:11 PM | Comments (1)