Updated On - 25 Oct 2019

How to Fix Exchange Mailbox Quarantine Issue?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server corruption is a common issue which causes trouble for many administrators and users. Such corruption often leads to inaccessibility of the mailbox(es). Another similar issue, which leads to inaccessibility of mailboxes but for a period of time is the quarantine issue. It is common in Exchange Server 2010 and above versions. Let us…

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Updated On - 30 Oct 2019

Change the Exchange Mailbox Database Path for a Mailbox Database Copy

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Database Availability Groups (DAGs) keep multiple copies of an Exchange database for automatic failover recovery. Though these copies may remain on different servers, the database copies should have a path similar to that of the original database. For example, if the primary database has a path like Documents\database\mailbox1.edb, then the copy database should have the…

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Updated On - 30 Oct 2019

How to export Exchange archive mailboxes to PST?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

In-place archiving, the archiving feature of Exchange on-premises and Exchange Online, gives total control over the mailbox data as the user can now place the data in the archive mailbox rather than the PST file. Archive mailbox is similar to the primary mailbox and can be accessed in Outlook or Outlook on the Web. You…

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Updated On - 27 Dec 2019

Best Ways to Protect Exchange Server

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Microsoft Exchange Server has earned the trust of the majority of its users because they know that their data is safe at the Exchange Server. Microsoft always puts the security measures of Exchange Server at a high pedestal and use various techniques to safeguard the data. The latest version of Exchange Server 2019 has increased…

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Updated On - 30 Oct 2019

Reseeding after ‘Mailbox Database Copy Failed & Suspended’

Solving Exchange Server Errors

When you copy a database from an Exchange Server and place it on a different Exchange Server, then you may call the process ‘Seeding.’ Thus, it becomes a replica of your database where the entire data is present. Seeding is performed using the ‘Update-MailboxDatabaseCopy’ cmdlet. Here are some points which you should understand before running…

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