Today I ran into a little problem. For some reason I moved all my emails from a particular folder into a unknown other folder. I could find the email(s) using the search option and found out that the specific files were located in the IPM_Subtree folder. After some investigating I
This blogpost describes how to add an extra email address on your O365 mailbox. Someone told me that when he tries to add an extra email address using the Office 365 admin partner he receives the following error : The error says that this action (adding an extra email address)
Exchange 2010 SP1 and later doesn’t allow by default for any user to export a mailbox. You have to assign those rights to a specific user. Use the following command : New-ManagementRoleAssignment –Role "Mailbox Import Export" –User domain\user Now that we have an user with the appropriate rights,
Finally it’s here, the public preview version of Exchange 2016. Exchange 2016 is looking great, better performance, new Outlook Web Functionalities, Enhanced Data Loss Preventation and much more!, Detailed information here Download Exchange 2016 here
When you, your company or your client(s) are still running Exchange 2010 it’s time to upgrade! Microsoft stopped the Mainstream support for Exchange 2010. You will need Extended support and only security updates will be coming out from this point. Check out this link for more information.
I found out that opening very large mailboxes (several GB’s) using Outlook 2013 (32 bit) I ran into a not enough free memory problem : After some troubleshooting I found out that there are 2 solutions. The first one is completely disable caching of the mailbox. But that was
More and more companies start using Office 365 (including me:-)). The interface is simple and administration is fairly easily to use. But sometimes you wish you could do that little bit more, those things you could do when running Exchange 2013. I’ve got a surprise for you… you can! Ok,
Because I’m doing more and more Office 365 migrations I was looking for a solution to automate this proces. I was looking for a tool that could automatically migrate mailboxen, contacts, public folders etc. Ofcourse using PST-files is one way to do it, but when you are migrating lots of
For some reason I was looking for a quick overview with all the Exchange Service Packs available. Check the link out here. I also noticed that Michel de Rooij has a line-up also check it out : http://eightwone.com/references/versions-builds-dates/
Today a collegae of mine ran into a problem with Exchange 2010. Messages both internally/externally were not delivered. We noticed that the Exchange server was using 100% CPU resources. After some investigation we noticed that the submission queue was building up. We decided to suspend the queue, exporting the messages.