Category / Exchange

  • With exchange 2013 already at SP1 CU7 many organizations are implementing it So I thought its time to write about several neat Exchange 2013 tips and tricks Capacity Planner: Many IT pros know that proper exchange implementation starts with proper planning as Exchange will almost always be the second if not first resource depending service in your […]

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  • While utilizing the microsoft exchange powershell to export the message tracking logs your Reciepents and RecipienStatus  fields come up with “System.String[]” instead of the actual value. This occurs because both the Reciepents and RecipienStatus values are  a collection of objects and inorder to properly view them we will need to expand them into a string value. […]

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  • While Message Tracking is enabled by default I have noticed that this is not always the case or that sometimes system administrators disable it because of the high data storage consumption of the log files without fully realizingthey are doing more harm then good. For those of you who do not know what tracking logs are, […]

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  • Granting full access premissions to Microsoft Exchange 2010: First thing I have to point out that giving full mailbox access to all mailboxes is a bad idea. It should be done on demand with the appropriate approvals and paper/email trails due to the obvious legel reasons of this matter.  But there are times when this may be required […]

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  • December 28, 2014 -

    my new photo ;) virus

    my new photo ;) virus: So for the past few months there’s been an attack by Julia, Anna, Yulia and other ‘Sexy’ ladies that just wants to show you their photo ;) These emails include subject such as: my new photo ;) my new foto ;) mi nueva foto ;) Tiket alert FBR Service and […]

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