In a frantic rush to enable remote workers at the onset of the pandemic, many organizations were forced to ship devices directly to the user from the supplier without any prior configuration by IT. Administrators must take back control to properly secure and manage these devices. This article will show you how to regain control and prepare for scalable deployments consistent with corporate policy; reviews best practices for long-term management; and gets you thinking about how to protect your organization from this type of unmanaged situation in the future.
You may encounter an error that the public folder store is corrupted and is in an inconsistent state in Exchange Server 2007 or 2010.
How to use Mailbox Export Requests in Exchange Server 2010 SP1 to export mailboxes to PST file.
This Exchange Server 2010 tutorial demonstrates how to enable or disable POP3 access for mailbox users and manage POP3 settings for multiple mailboxes at once.
How to use the Exchange 2010 Management Shell to reconnect or restore disconnected mailboxes.
The Exchange Management Console lets an administrator either Disable or Remove a mailbox, but is important to know the difference.
This tutorial demonstrates how to use a text file with a list of mailbox names as the input for an Exchange Server 2007 or 2010 mailbox migration using PowerShell.
For an Exchange administrator there are a lot of different situations in which they may need to know how many mailboxes are in the organization. Fortunately this is made easy in Exchange Server 2010 with a few simple PowerShell commands.
In Exchange Server 2003 the last logon time for a mailbox was visible in the Exchange System Manager. For Exchange Server 2007 and 2010 the last logon time was removed from the Exchange Management Console, and so we need to use a differnet method to find this information.
An Exchange Server 2010 administrator may want to find out if any of the mailbox databases in the organization have been configured for circular logging. In this tutorial I'll demonstrate how to find the mailbox database and how to reconfigure them all using the Exchange Management Shell.