Updated On - 23 Dec 2020

How to Resolve “Exchange Database Consistency Check Failed” Issue?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

For businesses, taking regular backups of their data is very crucial. Every organization, whether small or large, deals with massive amounts of data, and they cannot afford to lose this critical data. Therefore, organizations use different backup techniques to ensure their data is safe and secure. One such a backup technique is Windows Server Backup….

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Updated On - 06 Jul 2021

How to Reset Exchange Mailbox Password?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange users losing or forgetting their passwords is a common occurrence. Fortunately, Exchange administrators can resolve this issue easily by resetting the passwords of the respective mailboxes. We are going to learn the methods to reset the passwords of Exchange mailboxes. The most common way is to use Active Directory and Users Computers. Another method…

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Updated On - 23 Dec 2020

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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Updated On - 23 Dec 2020

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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Updated On - 23 Dec 2020

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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