Exchange 2010

Creating a Recovery Database in Exchange 2010

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 in Exchange, Exchange 2010

Tweet Exchange 2010 admins can use Recovery Databases to mount backup copies of their Exchange databases when they need to perform recovery operations. These can come about when an admin needs to perform a dial tone recovery of a failed server, a mailbox recovery of a deleted mailbox, or simply to retrieve something that a user inadvertently deleted after it has aged beyond the reach of their recovered items. Admins who use Exchange archiving may have never run into the need to create a recovery database, since the content is available both to users and admins on the archive system. But...

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How Email Archiving Can Benefit Your Business

Posted by on Sep 10, 2012 in Exchange, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010

Tweet Exchange archiving is a great way to move content from the “live” mailbox that is synched to your users’ OST file to a location that is still available online, but administrators who are looking for a more feature rich solution to provide additional services to their users should consider a third-party email archiving solution. Email archiving offers a number of features that not only benefit your users, but can also increase the performance of your Microsoft Exchange Server infrastructure. Here’s a look at five ways email archiving can benefit your business: Reduce your storage...

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Configuring outgoing email in SharePoint 2010 with Exchange 2010 – Step by Step Guide

Posted by on May 24, 2010 in Exchange, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010, SharePoint, SharePoint 2010

Tweet In my last article I provided you with a guide in setting up your SharePoint 2010 farm providing it with the capabilities in receiving incoming email which can then be delivered directly to your SharePoint libraries and or lists.  Today we wrap up our 2 part series on email flow in SharePoint 2010 in which I will provide you with another step by step guide in configuring your SharePoint Farm in order for it to send outgoing emails through your Microsoft Exchange server. The environment This article builds on the SharePoint Farm setup that I have documented here. It consists of the...

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Exchange 2010 has arrived, What’s New?

Posted by on Nov 10, 2009 in Exchange 2010

Tweet So word has hit the streets and Exchange 2010 RTM is officially available for download as a 120 trial from the Microsoft Download Centre and from the Microsoft Licensing download site for all Microsoft paying customers.   Microsoft Exchange 2010 introduces a number of enhancements and new features over it’s most recent predecessor Exchange 2007 and whilst many customers are still using Exchange 2003, Exchange 2010 has a lot to offer over Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007.  I first blogged about Exchange 2010 when it was in beta form and you can access these articles below; Exchange...

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Exchange 2010 Beta, So what’s new? – Part 3/3

Posted by on May 18, 2009 in Exchange, Exchange 2010

Tweet We have arrived at the final article of this series on Exchange 2010 Beta, with this post focusing on the new features and technology enhancements.  Today is all about the reasons why we are all going to migrate to this latest product offering when released to the public, right? Okay, so let’s begin with everyone’s favourite, Outlook Web Access (OWA) and focus on some of it’s new features.   OWA has come along way since the days I first used it as an end user in Exchange 5.5.  From the outset you will notice that Exchange 2010 OWA adopts the Windows Live theme, see below...

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Exchange 2010 Beta, Configuration – Part 2/3

Posted by on May 13, 2009 in Exchange, Exchange 2010

Tweet In our previous post we successfully completed our first Exchange 2010 Install, and after looking back the most difficult part was ensuring all the prerequisites were met for a new Exchange environment .  In today’s post we will continue with our installation with a focus on basic configuration to get mail flowing for internal and external clients, configuring our Anti-Spam agents on the Hub Transport Server (remember we are not utilising the Edge Role in our dev environment) and testing all of this using the brand spanking new Outlook Web Access (OWA).  Just a reminder, the next...

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