Managing a Distribution Group membership from Outlook in Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013

In Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 to let a user manage distributions groups from Outlook  we only set him as the distribution group owner  and then he’ll be able to add and remove users from the D.G as needed. Starting from Exchange 2010 we don’t leverage ACL anymore, we introduced RBAC (from more detail see…

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Move Mailbox Database

1. Remove the Mailbox database copy: 1.2 In the EAC, go to Servers > Databases.1.2 Select the mailbox database whose copy you want to remove.1.3 In the Details pane, locate the passive copy you want to remove and click Remove.1.4 Confirm the removal on the warning dialog box by clicking yes.1.5 Click ok to confirm…

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Recommendations for Exchange 2007 Single copy cluster resources model

Exchange 2007 provides high availability through four models; Local continuous replication, Single copy cluster, cluster Continuous replication and Standby continuous replication. Exchange 2007 single copy cluster provides high availability for the node failure scenarios and can be implemented with at least two nodes in Active/Passive model. This is very much similar to the Exchange 2003…


Rebuild an Entire Database Availability Group

A database availability group (DAG), together with mailbox database copies, can provide automatic recovery from a variety of server, storage, network, and other hardware failures. A DAG can also provide a site resilience solution so that you can perform a datacenter switchover in the event of a site-level disaster. But even a comprehensive, intelligent, and…

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