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Failed to mount database Exchange 2010


“Failed to mount database myDatabase_name0000000


Start Microsoft Exchange Information Store Service
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Exchange 2010

it was running the command 'get-logonuser' exchange 2010 sp1


“it was running the command ‘get-logonuser’ exchange 2010 sp1”

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Exchange 2010

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To Setup Forwarding from a distribution list to an Office 365 Group

There is not a straight forward process to forward email from a distribution list to an Office 365 Group. You would need to follow these steps in order to do that- 93 more words

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Export All Exchange Mailboxes with Send-As, Full Access & Send-On-Behalf-Of Permissions

There are many times when I need to get a list of all mailboxes that have full control or Send-As permissions assigned to them. In an organization with hundreds or thousands of mailboxes, using the console is not intuitive and sometimes you have to run multiple PowerShell scripts to get the results you need. 256 more words


Using the Exchange 2010 Mailbox Export features for Mass Exports to PST files

New-ManagementRoleAssignment –Role “Mailbox Import Export” –User AD\Administrator

New-MailboxExportRequest -Mailbox Administrator -FilePath “\\AZUA\Exports\Administrator.pst”

Taken from: http://www.stevieg.org/2010/07/using-the-exchange-2010-sp1-mailbox-export-features-for-mass-exports-to-pst/

Exchange 2013

Power Shell Script to create Contact-Cards imported from a .csv

Good Day to All, I was asked to create Contact Cards in Microsoft Exchange 2010, now this seems like an easy task in the EMC (Exchange Management Console) but when you have 2,000 contacts to create, EMC doesn’t seem much fun after all. 205 more words

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