Category: Exchange Server 2010

Exchange 2010 Edge Transport Server Backup and Recovery

  The Exchange Server 2010 Edge Transport Server role is responsible for all incoming and outgoing internet email for an organization. Typically deployed within a secure perimeter network, or DMZ, the Edge Transport Server is basically a smart host or SMTP relay server for the organization, and can protect from viruses, spam, and also perform […]

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Exchange 2010 Hub Transport Server Backup and Recovery

  The Exchange Server 2010 Hub Transport Server role is responsible for all email flow within the organization.  Every email between two recipients, whether they are both internal mailboxes or one is an external mailbox, will traverse  at least one Hub Transport server.  This even includes emails between two mailboxes stored on the same database. […]

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Email Fundamentals: What is an MX Record?

One of the less well understood components of a working email system is the MX record. I do find a lot of IT administrators looking after Exchange servers who don’t really understand what an MX record is and how they work. DNS Fundamentals MX stands for “mail exchanger”. An MX record is a type of DNS record, […]

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[Exchange Tutorial] How to create mail enabled contact?

Contact  is ideal when you want user to communicate with non-Microsoft mail system and external SMTP addresses. It is know as recipient in older exchange environment,  now in Exchange 2003, contacts are created in Active Directory and viewed in the Global Catalog in the same manner as a mail-enabled user object. Each contact can be […]

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Exchange 2010 FAQ: How Do I Install the Exchange 2010 Management Tools?

Question: How do I install the Exchange Server 2010 management tools on my workstation? The Exchange Server 2010 management tools can be installed on a computer running one of the following operating systems: Windows Vista 64-bit with Service Pack 2 Windows 7 64-bit Windows Server 2008 64-bit with Service Pack 2 Windows Server 2008 R2 […]

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How to Move an Exchange 2010 Database to a Different Folder

When an Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox server is installed there is a mailbox database added to the server as part of setup. The default location for the database is in the \Mailbox folder of the Exchange 2010 installation directory. For example: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Mailbox\Mailbox Database One of the first actions you will normally take is […]

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What Needs Backing Up for Exchange Server 2010?

To plan your Exchange Server 2010 backup strategy you should first understand where Exchange stores its configuration information and data. Exchange Server 2010 stores information in a variety of locations and these depend on factors such as: Which Exchange Server roles are installed in the environment How many of each server role is deployed in […]

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