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Exchange is a complex and large product which can have one thousand and one possible issues, one more obscure as the next. The purpose of this guide is to shed some light, where possible, to how things work in Exchange (and outlook), how they can break and how you should approach the issue at hand. Unfortunately it is very time consuming to create a complete troubleshooting guide where every dependency is explained in detail. But that is not the aim of this document anyways. What is the aim? Give ...
As you might, or not, be aware off there is no item level based recovery in Exchange that is natively supported by Microsoft. So to perform recoveries we need the recovery storage group (captain obvious). The purpose of this is to mount the database you want to recover from on the Exchange server and use exmerge to merge the data you are recovering into the active database. An RSG will not be accessible to users and you can only create one at a time. Exchange 2003: 1. Open Exchange system manager ...
This blog has moved to https://hornedowl.netTroubl... the information store service can be straightforward yet immensely complicated if you don’t know what is going on. For this reason I think it is important to know that there are 3 likely culprits that will cause your information store service to go down and refuse to come up: · Database problems · Active directory problems · Antivirus software Trying to work out which is the culprit can be hard, elimination is probably the easiest way to ...
We all get those requests where there is a certain service that requires to send mails by using your company email server. Whilst an open relay is generally a way to get your domain blacklisted forever, allowing an internal relay is usually a necessity. By default Exchange is setup to deny relaying from any IP address, including your internal network. In this section I will show you how to allow relaying from your internal network. Exchange 2003: 1. Open the Exchange system manager 2. Expand the ...
Putting your documents and codes in organized manner is very very primary requirements to manage your tasks properly. As as developer (well although I contain the highest technical position in the current organization I am working on, I believe that still I am developer!), I do feel to take care about it, specially having some standards will help you to find and manage your documents quickly. Here is a basic sample that I maintain for my end (and encourages my team members to keep the same ;) ). ...
I am leading a mid size development team of 15 members. Recently I had to put grades on them to facilitate future assignments on projects. Just thought I could share those grade points, so that you have a quick asses! Grades Level Comments A+ Outstanding Fully fitted for enterprise level leadership and architecture. A Excellent Can be a core contributor in architecture for enterprise level projects. B+ Very Good Excellent implementer of the architectures for enterprise level projects defined by others. ...