Category: Email Recovery

Updated On - May 18, 2023

Manage database availability groups in Exchange server 2016

An archive or a database has remained constant and relevant in pre-internet and post-internet days, just like innovation remains constant across all industries. With small and medium enterprises (SMEs) increasing exponentially, the importance of Database Availability Group Exchange has also skyrocketed. In short, a Database Availability Group, also called DAG, is Microsoft’s base component of…

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Published On - February 06, 2023

How to Run Get-MessageTrackingLog cmdlet in Exchange?

The secure environment of the Exchange Server makes sure that a mailbox remains in a consistent state in which all the incoming and outgoing emails are put in their respective folders. Generally, a manager does not need to take care of individual emails or the mail flow. Still, they may require checking the message activity…

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Updated On - May 22, 2023

How to Install Exchange 2019/2016/2013 Cumulative Updates?

An active Exchange Server 2019 and 2016 gets the regular support from Microsoft developers through timely cumulative updates. These updates are not random changes, but they are the necessary answers to the queries that users asked to the support team in that period. Each cumulative update is a wholesome setup of Exchange and its gets…

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Updated On - February 06, 2023

Solved: Exchange SMTP Error 550 5.7.1 Unable to Relay

Microsoft Exchange Server uses several email protocols to send and receive emails. It uses the SMTP protocol when you deliver an email message to other domains outside of the internal Exchange environment. It helps send emails only. It does not retrieve emails from the servers, and email messages are relayed conveniently. Every so often, the…

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Published On - January 11, 2023

Microsoft Exchange Transport Service won't Start, How to Resolve the Error?

Microsoft Windows Server includes several new services as a series of actions that the setup is executing during the installation of Exchange Server 2016 or Exchange Server 2019. A service is a background process that the Windows Service Control Manager can initiate when the server first starts up. Executable files called services are made to…

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Updated On - January 11, 2023

Exchange DAG in Witness Failed State - How to Fix?

Microsoft Exchange Server promises a highly available and resilient framework in which the servers will be efficient enough to face the majority of challenges and provide access to the users. Database Availability Group is part of such a framework that has multiple mailbox servers (up to 16 servers) to host databases. The DAG runs an…

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