January 28, 2019

Recover deleted items from Exchange Dumpster

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Accidental deletion of Exchange server mailbox items is an unwanted situation which Exchange Administrators will have to face sometimes. A user may delete a message which was useful, and later he/she get to know that something bad has happened. Microsoft has taken care of every possibility, and that’s why there are some remarkable features for…

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January 15, 2019

How to do granular recovery of Exchange mailbox items?

Email Recovery

The term ‘granular recovery’ means the recovery of some specific items from a mailbox which is corrupt. This item can be a message, contact, note, or any other information. There are various methods to repair corrupt Exchange databases like eseutil tool, but they will not allow you to recover mailbox items. The eseutil tool takes…

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All-In-One Exchange Server tool for EDB, OST and PST File

Email Recovery

In business and other digital world, regular and sometimes new users face issues in their Exchange Database or Outlook files. Regardless of knowing about the specific cause for the issue, the users try to find a stable solution for it. The secured and instant solutions are the need of the time. Instead of looking for…

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January 2, 2019

Extract Attachments From Live Exchange

Email Recovery

The number of heavy attachments in emails is one of the reasons for the large size of Exchange database. Emails, when sent without attachments, may not take much space. But when email messages are attached with documents, images, etc., they consume a lot of storage space. If more and more messages are sent and received…

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December 27, 2018

How to Delete a Mailbox From Exchange Server?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Sometimes, there may exist two similar mailboxes in the same Exchange Database. Generally, one of them is used and the other remains unused, and you can remove the unwanted mailbox with the help of remove-mailbox cmdlet. One thing which you must keep in mind is that if you delete of mailbox from the Exchange Server,…

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December 26, 2018

How to Recover a DAG Member Server?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

The latest versions of Exchange rely heavily on Database Availability Group (DAG)s to ensure high availability of data. They are designed to save Exchange Server and databases from any potential server failure or database corruption. A DAG can have multiple servers as its members provided that they all have same Exchange Server versions (it means,…

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December 24, 2018

Some Features You Won’t See in Exchange 2019

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server 2019 is one of the hottest discussion topics of this year as it has many new features and services. Exchange experts and organizations are thrilled with its release. Users are definitely going to find many new features in this latest version of Exchange. Along with that, some features in the earlier versions have…

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December 21, 2018

How to connect Outlook to Exchange?

Email Recovery

The article is dedicated to show the procedure of configuring the Exchange account in Outlook application. This scenario comes into picture when users wants to access their Exchange mailboxes from in their Outlook email client. To configure Exchange Server into Microsoft Outlook, users must fulfill the given conditions – Installation of Microsoft Outlook in the…

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December 18, 2018

How to Export Contacts From Exchange Shared Mailboxes?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

A shared mailbox in Exchange Server is a crucial place to send or receive messages collectively. In a professional organization, a shared mailbox is extremely helpful as it makes it easier to schedule the meetings, plan the vacations, manage the shifts, create calendar events and much more. You can see various examples of shared mailboxes…

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December 14, 2018

How to mail-enable/disable public folders in Exchange?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Organizations are greatly depending on the public folders for their core business processes owing to the ease of deployment and convenience of sharing the content among the users. Public folders in Microsoft Exchange Server can be accessed or used by multiple users given they have permissions to do so. Outlook users can share any information…

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