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Month: October 2017

In any organization running Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2013, the internal certificate that is part of Exchange once you have done an installation will expire after 5 years. Sometimes Admins remove these certificates but can lead you to issues down the line when you SSL certificate has expired or was removed and now […]

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In any organization running Exchange 2016 or legacy versions like Exchange 2010 or 2013, you may get the request to get a count of all mailboxes in the environment. This is quite easy to get when running a simple command from the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). Launch the EMS and run the following command: (Get-Mailbox).count […]

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In Exchange you need to configure your URL’s like OAB, ActiveSync,ECP,POP,IMAP and Autodiscover to ensure it is fully operational and matches what you have on your SSL Certificate. Many times on the forums, we noticed that someone posts a question only to be asked what is your URL or Autodiscover URi set to, and this […]

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In Exchange 2013 or any version, if you want to have your clients access the services like OWA and ActiveSync for example you would require a good SSL Certificate that needs to be imported onto your Exchange Server. The same goes for your load balance, in this case it is our F5 or it can […]

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In Exchange 2013 you no longer have the CAS Array option. If you are running an F5 or any other load balancer you can create iRules that work very smartly with your Exchange Servers. From taking them off the load balancer if there is an issue or if you doing maintenance you can mark it […]

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As Exchange has progressed over the years, the roles have changed. Generally in larger environments you would have the Exchange 2010 roles like Mailbox and Client access each on their own servers, whether it was physical or virtual. The same would have applied to Exchange 2013. Let’s take a look at the changes in each […]

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