Tag Archives: Exchange 2013

Corrupt health mailboxes from a flattened Exchange server


I flattened an Exchange 2013 server the other day. I don’t mean that I took the physical computer out into the parking lot and drove a large vehicle over it to reduce the server to so many random bits of … Continue reading

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Synchronizing the Exchange 2013 public folder hierarchy across public folder mailboxes


For space reasons, this text is another bit that was cut out of my Exchange 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability book. FWIW, here it is… As you’re probably well aware, public folders are scrubbed and polished to become bright, new, … Continue reading

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Why Exchange 2013 doesn’t need the Microsoft Office Filter Pack


For space reasons, this text is another bit that was cut out of my Exchange 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability book. FWIW, here it is… If you’ve ever installed Exchange 2010, you’re probably aware of the need to install the … Continue reading

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Using the Exchange 2013 cmdlet extension agent to populate mailbox settings


For space reasons, this text was cut out of my Exchange 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability book. I only found it again recently, so here it is… Many properties can be set to control exactly how a mailbox … Continue reading

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Selecting the right compliance framework to use with Exchange


Exchange 2010 upped Microsoft’s game when it came to the out-of-the-box compliance features available in the server. Exchange 2013 builds on that foundation to refine matters through features such as in-place holds and integration with SharePoint 2013; increased integration is available … Continue reading

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A brief history of Exchange Time Management


It might just be me, but the sounds of bitter complaints by users whose calendars have been thrown into confusion by some combination of user error, Exchange server bug, and client mess-up appear to have quietened recently. At least, my … Continue reading

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Brick backups and Exchange – not recommended


I was recently asked whether a company should invest in brick-level backup for Exchange 2010. This request came as quite a surprise because I hadn’t run into anyone who was interested in this kind of technology for a number of … Continue reading

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