Monitor Work from Home Employees with Employee Desktop Live Viewer.

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Updated On - 17 Apr 2020

Enabling Circular Logging in Exchange 2010

Solving Exchange Server Errors

In Exchange Server, circular logging is disabled by default. In circular logging, Exchange overwrites individual transaction log files after the log files data has been committed to the database. This keeps transaction log from expanding. Thus, circular logging saves hard disk space. By the term “circular,” we mean that the deletion of log files in…

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Updated On - 23 May 2019

Export disconnected Exchange mailboxes to PST

Solving Exchange Server Errors

A disconnected mailbox is actually an orphaned mailbox – a mailbox that is not linked to an Active Directory user account. When administrators disable or delete a mailbox either from EAC or from Exchange management shell (using Disable-Mailbox or Remove-Mailbox cmdlet), the mailbox gets disabled for a period of 30 days (and gets deleted permanently thereafter) if they…

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Updated On - 12 Jun 2020

How to Remove White Space in Exchange Database?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

While adding data to Exchange mailboxes, the size of the Exchange database increases naturally. But, when it comes to deleting data, the size of the Exchange database may not reduce necessarily – it may remain the same. For example, let’s say that you remove 4GB of data from the 30GB Exchange database, so the expected…

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Updated On - 06 Mar 2020

How to Recover Lost Exchange Server from Active Directory?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange administrators always need to be prepared against server crashes and data loss situations, though Exchange is far more secure because of Database Availability Groups(DAGs). There are different recovery methods by which administrators can recover a server even after crashes. Due to the integration with Active Directory, it is possible to rebuild the configuration of…

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Updated On - 17 Apr 2020

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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