A Month of Exchange Server 2007 Tips - Week 4

This month, TechNet Magazine is running a month of Exchange Server 2007 tips.  Here’s what we posted over the fourth week of March. Troubleshoot Database Mount Problems If a database won’t mount, it could be because a required log file is missing or because the database is corrupted. You can diagnose many database mount problems…

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A Month of Exchange Server 2007 Tips - Week 3

This month, TechNet Magazine is running a month of Exchange Server 2007 tips, posting a new tip every day Monday through Friday.  Here’s what we posted over the third week of March. Use Performance Monitoring to Track Exchange Messaging When troubleshooting or optimizing a server for performance, you can use performance monitoring to track the…

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A Month of Exchange Server 2007 Tips - Week 2

This month, TechNet Magazine is running a month of Exchange Server 2007 tips, posting a new tip every day Monday through Friday.  Here’s what we posted over the second week of March. Prevent Internal Servers from Being Filtered In six easy steps, you can configure message delivery options for your organization’s transport servers so that…

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A Month of Exchange Server 2007 Tips - Week 1

This month, TechNet Magazine is running a month of Exchange Server 2007 tips, posting a new tip every day Monday through Friday.  Here’s what we posted for the first week. Use the Exchange Management Shell to Create New Mail Users and Mailboxes Use the Exchange Management Shell, based on Windows PowerShell, to create new mail…

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Exchange Queue & A: Site Resiliency with SCR, Recommended Root Volume Size, and More

You ask, Henrik Walther answers. Here’s what’s covered in this issue. Q I’m currently architecting an Exchange Server 2007-based messaging infrastructure for a large enterprise requiring that the solution include site resiliency. So I’m considering deploying cluster continuous replication (CCR)-based Mailbox servers on Windows Server 2008 failover clusters with the active node in the primary…

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Exchange Queue & A: Mysterious Attachment Size Increases, Replicating Public Folders, and More

You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers. Q Our organization’s messaging infrastructure is based on Exchange Server 2007. We have a relatively strict message-size limit of 12MB set throughout the organization. We have observed a strange behavior that seems to be related to the size of files attached to a message. When sending an e-mail message…

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Exchange Queue & A: Outlook Anywhere and IPv6, the Remote Connectivity Analyzer, and More

Here’s just a sample of the questions answered in this month’s column: Q Our organization, which uses Exchange Server 2007, is in the planning stages of deploying standby continuous replication (SCR). We want to have a second set of data for each of the mailbox databases created on our non-clustered Exchange 2007 SP1 Mailbox servers…

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Exchange Queue & A: September

Henrik Walther answers your questions about Microsoft Exchange. Here’s just a sample of the ones he tackles in the September issue of TechNet Magazine: Q I’m currently planning a migration from Exchange Server 2003 to a new Exchange Server 2007 organization. To replicate public folders to the new organization, I plan to use the Microsoft®…

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Planning Your Migration to Unified Messaging

You’ve likely heard a lot about Unified Messaging, which integrates voicemail, e-mail, and faxes into a single inbox that can be accessed from nearly anywhere.  It was an exciting part of the Exchange Server 2007 release, and Service Pack 1 brought even more powerful features to Exchange UM. We covered deploying Unified Messaging in the…

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Exchange Queue & A

Henrik Walther answers your questions about Microsoft Exchange. In this issue: Eliminating a single point of failure when relaying outbound e-mail from SharePoint servers; replicating Mailbox databases to Mailbox servers at a second site using the new (SCR) technology in Exchange 2007 SP1; load balancing inbound SMTP connections to an Exchange 2007 Edge Transport Server;…

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