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Exchange 2013: Health Check Script

Health check is most important to do to prevent any production outage and data loss. I have come cross a great script which is going to help you in reducing your effort so make use of it and sip your coffee in peace.
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Exchange 2013: URLs Configuration Script

Well! This was long time due so here is it. Finally I got some time to work on it and shared it.
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Using Powershell to generate read receipts for emails

I recall using ASP.NET to enumerate a work flow to send emails and request a Read Receipt. Let’s look at how to achieve similar results using PowerShell.
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Exchange: Corporate Signature configuration

After the release of Exchange 2007 we got a simple disclaimer configuration using transport rules. Our scripting experts started pulling the AD attribute and made a signature out of it. This was an awesome innovation. (more…)

Exchange 2010 Count Mailboxes by Recipient Type

Are you looking to surprise your manager or CIO with a monthly or quarterly Exchange report? When gauging your Exchange environment, sometimes having a simple count of mailboxes, distribution groups, and ActiveSync users can come in handy. In some cases you may want a total of all mailboxes, but if you want a count of User Mailboxes, Room Mailboxes, and Shared Mailboxes separately, look no further, this script will give you just what you need.

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Monitor Databases in DAGs

A few days ago, someone at the Microsoft Forums asked if there was a script to alert an administrator of when Exchange performs a failover of databases in a DAG. (more…)

Preventing NDRs Storms in Exchange

A problem e-mail administrators face is users setting up wrong forwarding rules in their mailboxes to e-mail addresses that either doesn’t exist (this happens to me a lot!) or to mailboxes that are full and not accepting new e-mails. (more…)

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