Category: Exchange Server 2010

Understanding In-Place Hold and Litigation Hold in Exchange

Litigation Hold was first introduced in Exchange 2010 and is designed to preserve all items in a mailbox indefinitely for the purposes of e-discovery. Litigation Hold can be applied to mailboxes or distribution groups. When a user’s mailbox is put on Litigation Hold, they are still able to delete items, but Exchange retains the deleted […]

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Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange Tips and Tricks

Are you looking at reducing hardware cost and utilizing your virtualization infrastructure to run your Exchange servers? Are you still on edge about virtualizing a mailbox role or unified messaging role? Today I’ll be sharing some tips for virtualizing Microsoft Exchange that I’ve picked up over the years – hopefully some of them may help […]

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How to Understand an Exchange Non Delivery Report (NDR)

What is a Non-Delivery Report (NDR)? If you take a look at the NDR below, you can see a sample nondelivery report.  This nondelivery report contains all of the usual information such as the date and time that the message was sent, and the intended recipient.  If you take a look at the last line […]

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How to Install an Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Server Array using Windows Network Load Balancing

Client Access Server Array Pre-Requisites Two or more Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Servers can be configured as a CAS array using NLB as long they are not also installed as Mailbox servers that are members of a Database Availability Group (DAG). The reason is that DAG members utilize Windows Failover Clustering, which can’t co-exist with NLB. […]

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Getting Started with Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Server Arrays

An often misunderstood feature of Exchange Server 2010 is the Client Access server array, or CAS array. In Exchange Server 2007 the Client Access server role was introduced to perform a similar role to the Exchange 2003 Front-End server, in that it was responsible for accepting client connections for services such as Outlook Web Access, ActiveSync, Outlook […]

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Exchange 2010 Useful Mailbox Commands

These exchange 2010 mailbox commands are primary for my records because I tend to forget things pretty fast, but I work with exchange a lot, and keeping these commands at hand is useful.   Get Mailbox Statistics about specific user and export those records to a text file. Get-MailboxStatistics “nelson” | Format-List StorageLimitStatus,TotalItemSize,TotalDeletedItemSize,ItemCount,DeletedItemCount > c:nelsonmailboxstats.txt […]

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How To Export \ Import Single Mailbox Folder To PST File Exchange Server 2010 / 2013 /2016

This article will show you how to export a single folder from an entire mailbox to a PST file on Exchange Server 2010, 2013 and 2016. To start the process open EMS and type the command below (change mailbox and source folder path). New-MailboxExportRequest -mailbox adminu -SourceRootFolder “Inbox/folder” -filepath \\exchange\C$\Source\adminu.pst You can import it to another mailbox by running […]

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PowerShell Code: Get Mailboxes with Size Greater Than X

Today, I’ll show you another classic PowerShell Code for Exchange Server that will let you search for users with a mailbox size of X and above. I came across the need to do this when I had to rebalance mailboxes on Exchange Server and wanted to know which users have mailboxes over 5GB. The code […]

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Exchange Powershell – Find Mailbox size of users in a Distribution List

Say that I have a Distribution List called “Finance Team“. At first I will have to find out the members of the Distribution List so then I can individually find their mailbox sizes. $GroupName = Read-Host “Kindly provide the name of the Distribution Group” Get-DistributionGroupMember $GroupName | Select Name | Export-Csv c:\Members.csv -NoTypeInformation Let us […]

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