Monthly Archives: June 2010

Single Mailbox Recovery in Exchange 2010 – Magic

Introduction We have seen in part 1 of this tutorial the classical approach to single mailbox recovery from backups using Exchange 2010 and how this method can only restore the mailbox content to a new structure and this could be

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Single Mailbox Recovery in Exchange 2010 – Classic

Introduction I have written a 2 part tutorial at simple-talk.com about Microsoft Exchange 2010 Backup and Restore in which I have covered all steps needed to successfully backup your database as well as different recovery scenarios. This article can be

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Blogsphere Weekend Read [2010-06-12]

VBscript to Tell the Last Time the OAB was Downloaded EXPTA Download Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Beta Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1: Change to how static ports are assigned on a CAS server MSExchange.org Exchange 2010 SP1 : Themes in

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Backup/Restore/Manage your Exchange whitelist using exchange management shell

I will show you today how to manage, backup and restore you sender safe list on Exchange 2007 and 2010 using exchange management shell cmdlets. To add a entry $SafeSenders = (Get-ContentFilterConfig).bypassedSenders $SafeSenders.Add(“[email protected]”) Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenders $SafeSenders To remove an entry

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Blogsphere Weekend Read [2010-06-05]

Multiple Exchange ActiveSync accounts supported in Windows Phone 7 Mobility Minded Eliminating Traditional Backups using native Exchange 2010 Functionality (Part 3) MsExchange.org Allowing End-Users to Manage Distribution Group Membership in Exchange 2010 SysAdmin talk Customizable Script In Exchange 2007 SP2

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BIS & other EWS applications in Exchange 2007 to 2010 coexistence

I have received comments about my “Installing your first Exchange 2010 CAS” 3 parts – tutorial that it didn’t include any reference to services other than OWA. The reason behind this is simply because other services like ActiveSync, POP3, IMAP4,

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