Published On - 21 Oct 2019

Fix Exchange 2010 Dirty Shutdown Error with or without Logs

Email Recovery

In Exchange 2010 or any other version, it is necessary to have access to log files to repair corrupt Exchange database completely. When Exchange Server starts up, it always performs a check to verify whether the database is detached from the transaction log or not. The primary reason behind the inspection is to ensure that…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 24 Oct 2019

How to Recreate Missing Arbitration Mailboxes in Exchange Server?

Email Recovery

Exchange Server administrators experience one or other issues in the Exchange environment as part of its management. For example, after migration to on-premises Exchange 2013 or later versions, an issue is commonly observed where Event log errors are received with the mention of arbitration mailboxes. It means these mailboxes are either in a corrupt state…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 24 Oct 2019

Resolve the issue “Exchange 2010 not sending large attachments.”

Email Recovery

Has it happened with you that while trying to send an email with a big attached file via Exchange 2010 and faced the error mentioning that “attachment size exceeds the allowable limit”? If yes, then you might have got some idea by now about the messaging limits in Exchange Server. Due to these message limits,…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 24 Oct 2019

How to Recover Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2019?

Email Recovery

Even the latest Exchange Server versions like Exchange 2019 is not completely secure; data loss can happen due to manual errors like accidental deletion, EDB corruption, and access problems in Exchange Server. However, when a mailbox is deleted, it can be restored from Exchange 2019 database it is retained for some time. Because of the…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

Fixed – ‘Your mailbox has been temporarily moved to Microsoft Exchange Server’

Email Recovery

When configured with Office 365 account, sometimes you may face the following message while opening the Outlook: Your mailbox has been temporarily moved to Microsoft Exchange server. A temporary mailbox exists but might not have all of your previous data. You can connect to the temporary mailbox or work offline with all of your old…

Continue Reading →