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Exchange mailbox/folders permissions - dependency graph between users.

Following solution uses GraphViz application to visualize mailboxpermissions dependencies in the company.

Some time ago I published a scripts for reading mailbox permissions:

https://paweljarosz.wordpress.com/2016/03/04/script-to-check-mailbox-permissions/

and mailbox folder permissions: 645 more words

Powershell

Exchange 2010 Mix

Got a question today at a customer: Hey you! Exchange Expert! Is it possible to mix Exchange editions? Like two Standard editions with two Enterprise servers? 69 more words

Editions

AutoDiscoverFailedConfigurationErrorException: AutoDiscover failed with a configuration error: The migration service failed to detect the migration endpoint using the Autodiscover service.

AutoDiscoverFailedConfigurationErrorException: AutoDiscover failed with a configuration error: The migration service failed to detect the migration endpoint using the Autodiscover service. Consider using the Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer ‎( 64 more words

Office 365

KB3161916 Published to address issue with migrating from legacy to modern public folders

“Customers currently in the process of finalizing a migration from legacy Public Folders in Exchange 2010/2007 to Modern Public Folders in Exchange Online or Exchange 2016/2013, should read… 50 more words

Exchange 2013

Change Windows 2012 Server Edition

Just started a new project today for a customer where I will be building a 2 node DAG on Server 2012.

Got the Exchange server bits installed and then tried creating the DAG which failed. 163 more words

Windows Server 2012

A script to get a count of the number of users per server per DAG

Shared from Ron Williams @ https://r0nwilliams.wordpress.com/

A script to get a count of the number of users per server per DAG:

##Script start

$AllData = New-Object System.Collections.ArrayList… 38 more words

Exchange 2010

Remove cancelled Outlook meetings using PowerShell and EWS.

Recently there was a business demand for removal of meetings that were canceled in our resource mailboxes. Thought it was some sort of  a bug but then saw that problem was “AutomateProcessing” attribute on these was set to “AutoUpdate” not “AutoAccept” (This can be checked using Get-CalendarProcessing cmdlet). 483 more words

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