Deep Dive into Windows Mobile 6.0 and Exchange Server 2007

Companies of all sizes are turning toward mobile devices as a way to help their employees work more effectively and productively. The Microsoft Exchange Server product family includes integrated support for a wide range of mobile devices, providing Exchange customers with a low-cost, easy-to-manage mobile messaging solution as part of their Exchange deployments.   Shortly…


Understanding the New Back Pressure Feature in Exchange 2007

A new feature of Exchange Server 2007 that helps prevent the inundation of system resources of an Exchange Server 2007 transport server is back pressure. Back pressure is a system resource monitoring feature of the Exchange Transport service that exists on computers that are running Exchange Server 2007 that have the Hub Transport server role…


Public Folder Replication Issue between Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007

Recently, we have been seeing a number of issues where public folders cannot be replicated to Exchange 2007. The symptoms are: 1.       Exchange 2007 Mailboxes are not able to view Exchange 2003 Public Folders through Outlook client. 2.       On Exchange 2003 Server, the public folder replication messages are queued in the Messages with an unreachable…


Public Folder Replicas Prevent Uninstall Exchange 2007

When you try to uninstall Exchange 2007 from your server, you may receive some error messages which indicate that there is still some Public Folder on the machine thus meaning the uninstall process fails. We have received a lot of these issues recently. It is caused by the Exchange 2007 server containing some public folder…


New features in Exchange 2007 SP1

Exchange 2007 SP1 will be released in the second half of this year. A partial list of what you’ll find included in this SP is: Standby Continuous Replication (SCR) With Exchange 2007, we introduced Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) for replication of data between 2 servers within a cluster.  With SCR, data can be replicated on…


How to Move Exchange Server 2007 to New Hardware and Keep the Same Server Name

We have received some requests regarding how to move Microsoft Exchange 2007 to new hardware and keep the same server name. You can find the solution by following detailed steps below.   1.       Complete copy of the mailbox database.edb and pubic database.edb as well as mail.que files to the network/external drive location.   Once the…


How to Configure Internet Mail Flow in Exchange Server 2007

Exchange Server 2007 allows customers to flexibly configure and control inbound and outbound Internet mail flow in a way that meets the requirements of their environments. The three typical mail flow scenarios are: You send and receive Internet e-mail by relaying through a subscribed Edge Transport server. A subscribed Edge Transport server has been subscribed…


Troubleshooting Terminal Licensing Error Messages

This topic lists licensing error messages that can appear on client computers. It also describes the causes of and solutions for these errors. Although these error messages appear on clients, they are frequently caused by problems with the Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server license server or the terminal server. Therefore, when you troubleshoot Terminal Server…


Terminal session pauses When a Terminal Services client logs on or logs off

When a Terminal Services client logs on or logs off (either in a session or on the console of the Terminal server), the Microsoft Windows Server 2003-based or the Microsoft Windows 2000-based Terminal server together with the connected Terminal Services client computers may stop responding or may pause for several seconds. KB324446 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324446/en-us  


SMS 2003 SP3 and SMS 2003 R2

If you have not gotten word by other means, SMS 2003 SP3 has shipped and is available on the web for download here!   There has however been some confusion over the SMS 2003 R2 product in conjunction with the SP3 release which I hope is cleared up by the following.   SMS 2003 R2…