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December 22, 2009
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If you dread the process of updating Exchange and the possibility that patches will break the servers, you can take control by putting best practices in place with three steps. Continue Reading
Microsoft changed its release model after Exchange 2010, which has caused some confusion for administrators who work on newer versions of the messaging platform. Continue Reading
These five Exchange Management Shell commands let you run Exchange from the command line to create distribution groups, HTML reports and .csv files. Continue Reading
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Public folders in Exchange still exist, but they're considered legacy features that haven't kept up with the times. See what Office 365 alternatives might be a better fit. Continue Reading
Whether you want to stay on premises with a newer version of Exchange Server or lift that workload into Microsoft's cloud version, there are pros and cons to weigh on each end. Continue Reading
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Exchange Server 2003 uses DSAccess to communicate with Active Directory. However, the distributed nature of Active Directory may make it difficult to get to the root cause of DSAccess issues. Begin the process by analyzing Event 2080 data. Continue Reading
Microsoft Outlook 2007 has several data and customization files, making it easy to forget which files do what. Get an explanation of the various files within Outlook 2007's Roaming and Local folders and learn how they're used. Continue Reading
Learn how to create Exchange Server 2007 distribution groups and dynamic distribution groups or mail-enable an existing security group in Active Directory. Continue Reading
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Support for Exchange 2007 ends in April, which means many organizations face an impending migration. Keep these guidelines handy during migration talks. Continue Reading
When acquiring X.509 certificates to use ActiveSync and OWA on your Exchange 2007 Server, you need to include the correct details in your request. If you don't, certificate mismatches can occur. This tip explains how to troubleshoot those errors. Continue Reading
Many security features in Exchange Server rely on SSL. Obtaining trusted certificates can tighten security and boost performance for SSL-based applications, including OWA and Exchange mobile devices. Continue Reading