Published On - 19 Oct 2021

DuplicateKeyException Critical Error in Exchange Server 2013

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server supports the creation of multiple databases and can host a large number of mailboxes. The size of mailboxes is usually in multiple GBs, and the user can meet all his communication requirements with it. The activities of mailboxes are recorded in the event log of the database. Sometimes, the Exchange database does not…

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Published On - 01 Sep 2021

Microsoft fixes a new Exchange Server Vulnerability that put User Mailboxes in Danger

Solving Exchange Server Errors

After discovering various sensitive faultiness in Exchange Server, some information has arrived about a new security vulnerability. This issue is termed as ‘ProxyToken‘ with two identifiers – CVE-2021-33766 and ZDI-CAN-13477. By exploiting this vulnerability, an external attacker or hacker can change the configuration of Exchange mailboxes. It can be used to copy the email address…

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Published On - 27 Aug 2021

Ransomware attack on Exchange Server due to ProxyShell Vulnerabilities

Solving Exchange Server Errors

LockFile ransomware attack on Exchange Server On April 21, 2021, Orange Tsai, a Principal Security Researcher, found three vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Exchange Server in the Pwn2Own 2021 hacking contest. These vulnerabilities allowed an unauthorized remote code execution in the Exchange Server. Microsoft has fixed these loopholes in May, but somehow a team of hackers…

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Published On - 08 Jul 2021

How to Export Exchange Contacts to PST Using PowerShell Commands?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server contacts are crucial to an organization as its other items contain addresses with which regular information exchange is established via emails. Do you know even these Exchange contacts need to be backed up? Let us throw light on it this requirement of Exchange users. Need to export Exchange contacts to PST The Exchange…

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Published On - 08 Jul 2021

Exchange Database Availability Group – Overview

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Get to know about an advanced Exchange Server feature – Database Availability Groups or DAG – for multiple server storage, replication, and failover mechanism. Introduction Database Availability Group or DAG is usually a set of 16 mailbox servers (of the same version) with databases hosted in them. It is the component of the Exchange Server’s…

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