May 1, 2018

How to Recover Lost Exchange Server from Active Directory?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Active Directory is the place where all the Exchange Server settings are stored. So, it is possible to rebuild the configuration of the Exchange environment from Active Directory. Here is how you can do this: Recover the lost Exchange Server Reset a Computer Account: To do this, you must be a member of Domain Admin,…

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August 25, 2017

How to backup/restore Exchange 2016 using Windows Server Backup? – Part II

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server disasters can happen despite all the precautionary measures taken by the administrators. Fortunately, there are many professional Exchange recovery tools that help in dealing with such situations. Still, many experienced administrators keep regular backups so that everything can be recovered after Exchange crashes. This two-part article shows you how to use the backup…

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How to backup/restore Exchange 2016 using Windows Server Backup? – Part I

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Organizations cannot afford to lose their Exchange data after corruption and server crashes. In most occasions, database corruption occurs without any warning. Though highly efficient solutions are available for Exchange recovery, many administrators like to keep backups for their Exchange data so that they can use them in case of eventualities. Administrators can use the…

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February 3, 2017

How to mount an EDB file when in it displays internal processing error?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server Database Mounting is referred to the procedure of establishing connection between offline EDB and live server. Though it is a simple process, sometimes you may fail to mount the databased store in Exchange Server. As you try to mount the database, you may get an error message: “An internal processing error has occurred….

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October 27, 2015

Resolution to Exchange Information Store Error: “Unable to initialize the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service.” – Error 0x8004010f

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Are you facing a hard time dealing with a critical error (Error 0x8004010f) of Exchange information store? Well, in such a case, user is unable to initiate Exchange information store in Exchange Server 2010 or MS Exchange Server 2007. Even after trying to restart the services manually, the user is displayed the following error message:…

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June 26, 2015

Troubleshooting Dirty shutdown error using Eseutil Utility

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server is an email-based communication server used in conjunction with MS Outlook by most organizations to maintain smooth and efficient business communication. Exchange also offers great ease and flexibility to the users to access their mailbox information either using Outlook or Outlook Web Access, suiting as per their needs and conveniences. In order to…

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September 11, 2012

How to handle Exchange server errors correctly

Solving Exchange Server Errors

If you are using Exchange Server to manage your email communication, then you must be aware of the importance of its database file which has the .edb extension. It is a strategic warehouse which saves the data sent/received by the Exchange Server. Any Exchange database corruption and failure may affect the functionality of the whole…

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August 8, 2012

Resolve – “This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items”

Solving Exchange Server Errors

If you are migrating mailboxes to Exchange 2010, then it is a possibility that you may have to face the following error – “This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items that were specified for this move request.” This error will stop the migration process, and you may no longer be able to transfer…

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December 14, 2009

EDB Corruption and Access Problems in Exchange Server

Solving Exchange Server Errors

At times when you try retrieving your data from MS Exchange Server, the process fails and you receive error message mentioned below: Access denied to database Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3). WARNING: \\SERVER2K3\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3) is a corrupt file. This file cannot verify. Database or database element is corrupt This error message means…

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What to do when defragmentation fails, and EDB files become corrupt?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

The management of large data in Exchange Server is always the main concern for Exchange administrators. Space freed up after deletion of data always remain unclaimed, so the utilization of this space is the primary need for many. Microsoft also takes care of this and offers an in-built Eseutil utility which offers the defragmentation of…

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