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Author: edward

In Exchange, you may have a set of domain controllers that you want Exchange to use or you want to view the entire forest information, you can do so by changing a few settings. Firstly, to view what is currently set or used by Exchange and it should be all DC’s and the ViewEntireForest variable […]

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Interesting one in Exchange 2010 at a client yesterday. The queue report starting showing Mapi delivery failures to a certain store, upon investigation the error above was encountered: 432 4.3.2 STOREDRV.Deliver; recipient thread limit exceeded Upon checking the queue, only 1 mailbox was receiving all this mail. Back in SP1 for Exchange 2010, Microsoft introduced […]

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In Exchange, the above event seems to log from what we have picked up when working in the Exchange Management Shell, however we cannot find what is triggering it or what the fix is. We have not only seen it here but also on Exchange 2013 and 2019. A query was sent to Microsoft a […]

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In Exchange 2010 when you running in coexistence with a newer version, you might encounter the following error logged in the event log constantly: This error is logged because the CAS server does not have its correct URL’s set, you can refer to the link below for guidance on how to update them. Once updated […]

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Exchange 2019 has a new list of requirements, I have seen on the forums that people are posting that installations are failing. Please make sure you read what is required before proceeding. Exchange 2019 can only be installed on Windows Server 2019, this includes server core, Server versions like 2016 and 2012 R2 are not […]

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In Exchange, we rebooted our servers in the lab and once they started up, one of the Exchange 2019 Servers was showing a ServiceDown error when checking the DAG status in Powershell. The error is easy to fix but you can view more information on it by typing the following command: Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus | fl As […]

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In every organization, the time for mailbox moves can become a headache because they take so long. Mailbox moves are throttled extensively but you can change the config file to allow more simultaneous moves. The current values can be viewed in the following location: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Bin You need to scroll down till you find […]

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In Exchange, can be any version, you might want to have different email address policies for departments or sites. For example, you might have a domain registered in the USA and want to have a .com address for those users or another site in the UK and want a specific format for that site. Firstly […]

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In Exchange 2019 but in any version, you cannot mix Exchange versions so they are part of the same DAG. For example, you cannot add an Exchange 2013 server to a 2016 DAG. I though I would test Exchange 2019 to make sure we don’t have a bug like in Exchange 2016 but it seems […]

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Strange thing how Exchange will work and after a reboot you cannot run any commands. In my previous post where we recovered the Exchange Security groups, all seemed fine until commands were run the Exchange Management Shell. The famous error “The term ‘command’ was given for the simplest command “get-queue”: I went and checked and […]

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