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Exchange 2010: View available space in database

Posted by SteveHardie | On: May 22 2012 | Comments (0)
To view how much database white space you have on your databases run the following cmdlet: Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | Sort-Object DatabaseSize -Descending | Format-Table Name, DatabaseSize, AvailableNewMailboxSpace

Upgrade Exchange Server 2007 to SP2

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Apr 15 2012 | Comments (0)
Please note, there is no structure to this post. It is for my record only. Steps to Upgrade Ensure both Forest and Domain schemas are at Server 2003 level. Install Windows Installer 4.5 onto the Server 2003 server. Download Exchange Server 2007 SP2 Disable Forefront...

Exchange 2010: Distribution Group Owner doesn’t have permissions to update list

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Apr 04 2012 | Comments (0)
Problem When a distribution group owner tries to update their own group in Outlook, they recieve a message saying changes to the public group membership cannot be saved. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object Solution Ensure...

Exchange Powershell: Remove e-mail address from address list

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Mar 26 2012 | Comments (6)
This powershell script is written for Microsoft Exchange 2010. Problem I recently came across a problem where all exchange mailboxes contained a number of address aliases that should not be there. The additional SMTP addresses were not created as part of an address...

Connecting to Exchange using Outlook Anywhere

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Nov 23 2011 | Comments (0)
Access to your Exchange account when you are outside of your organization’s firewall, such as when you are at home or traveling, usually requires a virtual private network (VPN). VPN connections provide remote access and connections to private networks over...

Managing your Active Sync Device from Outlook Web Access

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Jun 22 2010 | Comments (0)
In Exchange 2007, Outlook Web Access (OWA) offers a portal for users to manage their Exchange Active Sync (EAS) devices. How to access that information? Log on to OWA Click “Options” Click “Mobile Device”

Setup Exchange ActiveSync on a Mobile Device

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Jun 22 2010 | Comments (0)
This post provides links to instructions on how to configure your mobile device for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.