In the Exchange Management Console when a mailbox is selected the actions pane shows two tasks; Disable and Remove. These two tasks are often misunderstood by new Exchange administrators.
One of the first things my customers notice when I demonstrate Exchange Server 2010 management to them is that mailboxes are no longer created or managed in the Active Directory Users & Computers console.
The Microsoft Exchange Team blog posted about an issue people are experiencing in the field in which certificate revocation status check failures prevent you from assigning a certificate to any Exchange services. Here I demonstrate how to use proxy settings to work around the problem in some scenarios.
How to use the Exchange Management Shell to gather information about the mailboxes in your organization.
This Exchange Managment Shell tip will show you how to add new IP addresses to a Receive Connector in Exchange 2007 or 2010 without overwriting the existing remote IP range.
How to use Powershell environment variables to prevent long values in output from being truncated.
How to use the Exchange Management Shell to enter the product key for new Exchange Servers.
How to configure the domain controller for shell cmdlets to use during Exchange Management Shell sessions on Exchange Server 2010.
In multi-Domain Forests you may encounter a situation where the Exchange Management Shell is not displaying the results you are expecting for some Get- queries. The reason for this is what is known as the Recipient Scope.
Your Exchange server will run for 120 days without a product key but you should enter one as soon as possible by following these steps.