Exchange AD Deployment site

When installing a brand new Exchange server, there are several actions that you should consider. One of them is that the process will go smoother if you use an Active Directory deployment site design option. By leveraging an Exchange deployment site, you can help minimize the overall impact of introducing a new Exchange server into…

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Exchange 2013 impact on legacy OAB settings

Much has been written about the new and changing ways OAB (Offline Address Book) generation in Exchange 2013 works: RTM process, CU5 process, and now CU7 process. However, I want to remind everyone of what happens when you go to install Exchange 2013 in a legacy (2007 or 2010) Exchange environment. This was also covered…

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Migration from Exchange 2003 to 2013 a NO GO!

Just over 40% of all EXRAP’s (Exchange Risk Assessment Programs) performed last year (2012) by Microsoft, involved Exchange 2003 servers. This means many companies are going to think about migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2013, and they’ll ask you, the Exchange Engineer, to implement it. However, you’ll be out of luck. You’ll have to do at…

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