How to recover a crashed Exchange 2010 Server

How to recover a crashed Exchange 2010 Server

Let us assume the functional exchange 2010 server got crashed due to hardware failure, here are few steps that need to build the server again. Showing up this in a demo will take long time and the steps mentioned will guide you to recover a crashed server. Arrange a new Server with the same operating …

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How to Create a Mailbox Repair Request in Exchange 2010

How to Create a Mailbox Repair Request in Exchange 2010

The New-MailboxRepairRequest cmdlet detects and repairs the following types of mailbox corruptions: Search folder corruptions (using the SearchFolder value of the CorruptionType parameter) Aggregate counts on folders that aren’t reflecting correct values (using the AggregateCounts value of the CorruptionType parameter) Views on folders that aren’t returning the correct content (using the FolderView value of the …

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How to generate the Exchange mailbox size report

How to generate the Exchange mailbox size report

Here’s a handly little script that you can use to get the size of your mailbox and other useful information such as the mailbox quotas. The script generates a CSV file with the columns below: Display Name Primary SMTP Organizational Unit Email Aliases Total Item Size in MB Item Count Storage Limit Status Use Database …

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How to Repair Exchange databases with Eseutil/Isinteg tool

How to Repair Exchange databases with Eseutil/Isinteg tool

Exchange administrators can take the help of Eseutil and Isinteg utilities to repair corrupt exchange databases. Both Eseutil.exe and Isinteg.exe utilities are inbuilt with MS Exchange Server and facilitate soft and hard database recovery from the corrupt Exchange Server. By default, these tools are stored in the following drive location: C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\bin However, before, you …

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Move Exchange mailboxes with more than 50 corrupted items

Move Exchange mailboxes with more than 50 corrupted items

The maximum number of corrupted items a move request will allow you to enter in the GUI for skipping is 50. If you enter more it will act like it will work then not do the move. If a mailbox move fails with too many errors you will need to move the mailbox via an …

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Step by Step Exchange 2013 Database Recovery

Step by Step Exchange 2013 Database Recovery

The below article explains the step by step on how restore the mailbox from the database that is restored from the backup Step 1: Provide the folder path location to the backup team where the database and log file needs to restore. Note: Make sure you have enough free disk space on the restored location …

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Resolved Outlook 2013 does not start Error

Resolved Outlook 2013 does not start Error

A user faces above mentioned problem. Many times it happens with us that we try to open our MS Outlook, but it is continuously showing an error that “Outlook does not start.” People used to face a problem “Outlook is not responding,” this is because the MS Outlook heads some of the corruption issues. Outlook …

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How to resolve Outlook PST performance by Single Utility

How to resolve Outlook PST performance by Single Utility

You have been with the same organization for past few years and send-receive numerous emails through Outlook email client, in a single day. Have you ever imagined your day as complete in office without this Outlook? Yes, this nightmare can materialize into reality. Act promptly to speed up Outlook performance and do not let this …

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Free Guide to Decommission Exchange 2010 After Migration

Free Guide to Decommission Exchange 2010 After Migration

Once you have completed the migration of the Exchange Server, it’s important to decommissioning old MS Exchange Server properly from the organization to avoid any issues or problems which may arise due to orphaned objects. Many of us consider uninstalling an MS Exchange Server, an easy process which can simply be accomplished through the Add/Remove …

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Step by Step Free Guide to Exchange 2010 Disaster Recovery

Step by Step Free Guide to Exchange 2010 Disaster Recovery

Disaster or any other issue may occur to the Exchange Servers at any time and they may stop functioning, and that’s why the admins are required to stay prepared with all the troubleshooting mechanisms and disaster recovery plans. In this post, we will discuss step by step Exchange 2010 Disaster Recovery. Exchange Server 2010 was …

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