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Archive for July, 2009

Exchange 2003 Disaster Recovery – How To ???

Disaster recovery is the process or procedures related to preparing for recovery or continuation of messaging infrastructure critical to an organization after a natural or human-induced disaster. (more…)

List of Powershell cmdlets for Exchange 2007

Though many people love Powershell, few still hate it. This one is for all those old schools who love it as a refresher, and for the lazy new to book mark it ­čśÇ (more…)

Blackberry administrator BESAdmin Account send as permission vanish from a domain level

This is to address and issue with missing permissions for a Blackberry Admin aka BESAdmin

BESAdmin is the account used to administer Blackberry Enterprise Server christened so by Blackberry.
If any user in the organisation needs to use their Blackberry device, the account
which is administrating the Blackberry Enterprise server needs to be granted SEND AS Permission for the user account.


Bad Checksum on Exchange Database

A Bad checksum error on an Exchange Database indicates a database corruption. If you notice the same, consider moving mailboxes ASAP if the stores are still mounted or perform a repair if it went down.


Using Recovery Storage Group to Mount a Blank Database and Merge Data

Using Recovery Storage Group feature in E2K3, you can mount a second copy of an Exchange database on the same server as the original mailbox store, or on any other Exchange server that is in the same administrative group. You can use the Recovery Storage Group feature to recover mailbox data without having to install or configure a separate Exchange recovery server.

This article contains information about using Recovery Storage Group feature to swap the database and merge mailbox data often known as Dial tone recovery.


Exchange Database Recovery – Using eseutil commands

The real job of an exchange administrator is to maintain high availability when it comes to a messaging environment.

Below mentioned processes are not done on a day to day basis, but understanding how the process works is mandatory for every exchange administrator.





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