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Exchange 2010 Transport Server Role Architecture Diagrams

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Transport Server Role Architecture Diagrams is available for download here More »

Database Availability Group – Diagramatic Represenation

This is the simplest form of a Database Availability Group or DAG. More »

Grant Send as Receive As permission in Exchange 2007

Granting permission has become much easier with Exchange 2007. We need to use the pwrshell to run the following cmdlets… More »

Exchange 2010 – A quick look

A checklist with some of the new features in Exchange 2010. More »

Exchange 2010 Hits the Market – The wait is over !!!

The promising new version of MS Exchange Server hits the market – Exchange 2010. More »

An eye-opener for Exchange lovers

I am sure this is gonna be an eye-opener for atleast 50% crowd who have subscribed to my posts…You would have received at least one mail asking you to subscribe to Microsoft Webcasts. More »

Mailbox Access Auditing with Exchange 2007 SP2

As soon as you update your Exchange 2007 current version to SP2 your exchange organization is ready for Mailbox Access Auditing. More »

It has been up for a while, undergoing fine tuning, but I thought I’d officially announce the launch of MSExchangeGuru.com

On this website you can find articles that I have been writing on exchange and latest updates on the product. It will be updated regularly with new topics and related information on Microsoft Exchange Server.

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Overview of new features available in Exchange 2010 – Code name E14

Although Exchange 2010 is in its BETA stage and yet not to be installed in production, let’s have an overview of what’s it’s got to offer more than its just previous versions… More »

Transport Dumpster feature in Exchange 2007

Transport Dumpster feature was introduced on the Hub Transport role in Exchange 2007. More »

Deploying Exchange ActiveSync – kb 817379 explanation

Deploying Exchange ActiveSync to sync mobile devices is more of a cakewalk in Exchange 2007… More »

Exchange 2007 Clustering – Know How !!!

Exchange 2007 comes with 4 types of clustering high availability features!!! No doubt CCR being the favourite among admins nowadays… Decide on your own !!! More »

Restore Database of Server A to Server B

In Exchange, it a known issue that we cannot mount or restore database of one server to another. The Database Portability feature in makes it possible in Exchange 2007 but for Exchange 2003 there is a procedure to tackle this situation.

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Is Offline defrag worth it ???

Ive seen in the past that its a normal practice of Exchange admins to perform offline defrag aka eseutil /d on exchange databases.

But, is it really worth the time taken and downtime planned ?? More »

Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 is out !!!!

Exchange Server 2007 SP2 is a mission-critical communications tool that enables employees to be more productive and access their information anywhere and anytime while providing a messaging system that enables rich, efficient access to e-mail, calendar items, voice mail, and contacts. More »

Event id: 9667 – When database reaches maximum limit of named properties or replica identifiers

UPDATE 30/07/2010: See Enhancements in Exchange 2007 SP2 for Named Props Quota

So what is this Named Property anyways ???

Most objects for MAPI specification are represented as properties which are PropIDs.

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Using Exchange Management Shell to Export mailbox data in Exchange Server 2007

The export mailbox feature in Exchange 2007 replaces Exmerge, a handy tool in legacy versions of Exchange. More »

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 »

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