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Month: October 2017

MAPI over HTTP was introduced in Exchange 2013 SP, it is a new transport protocol. It was not enabled by default. In Exchange 2016 MAPI over HTTP is the default protocol. It is a more reliable and stable procotol used at the Transport Layer. Take note that if you are running Exchange 2013 and introduce an […]

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In your environment, you might be running one of the many versions of Microsoft Outlook. Your IT staff have probably come across several users that’s outlook won’t start or open or the .OST file is corrupt. If you look at the built-in tool like scanost, you can scan it to try and repair it. You […]

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There seems to be a number of questions asked about the Exchange 2013 – legacyexchangeDN  and RpcClientAccessServer attribute when migrating from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013. In Exchange 2010 when you had a CAS Array, the above two attributes where populated with the name you setup for your CAS Array. However in Exchange 2013 the ExchangeLegacyDN […]

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In any Exchange Organization, you might come across a time where you have a corrupt .EDB file and yes Microsoft built-in tools to repair it or recover the .EDB file, you can also use 3rd party software like Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery to read a corrupted .EDB file and allow you to export the mailboxes […]

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In every organization you have 1 or many Exchange Admins that run and perform daily tasks in exchange, whether it is changing the quota of a mailbox, adding a new send connector etc. but from a compliance perspective and for security in the company, all changes done need to be logged. In this post we […]

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