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Exchange first approach

Sometimes, we read a name and we don’t know what it is.

Here I want to approach from the “level 0” one of the most used messaging product.


Monitoring an Outlook Web Access site with Nagios

This is actually a really old post that I had done on another site and wanted to share it here in case it would help anyone. 567 more words


Powershell Script. Remove old IIS Logs.

I don’t like to keep IIS logs for too long. Just over a week is plenty in my environment. To keep these under control , I run a powershell script with an automated task once a week. 64 more words

Microsoft Exchange

Exchange 2013 Log Files

Okay, so I’ve been totally slacking on my posts. Especially regarding Exchange 2013. I haven’t even written my “Migration Part 2” post. I’ll try to get that done soon. 403 more words

Microsoft Exchange

Exchange Hosting Explained

The Microsoft Exchange Server is a powerful business software that is used to provide secure business communications, facilitate business management. This great software is used by thousands of successful businesses, mainly because of its ability to simplify communications and enhances business productivity. 437 more words

Lync 2013 Exchange 2013 Integration

Just a quick brainstorming note. Lync 2013 and Exchange 2013 have some strong integration features (archiving, outlook web chat, unified contact store) but this integration can be difficult to set up. 97 more words

System Administration

Exchange 2013 - Split-PublicFolderMailbox.ps1 Fails

You may or may not have SCOM in your environment and you get this alert.

PublicFolders health set unhealthy (PublicFolderMailboxQuotaMonitor/PublicFolders) – Public folder mailbox <mailbox> is approaching storage limit – The public folder mailbox <mailbox> is approaching its storage limit. 71 more words

Microsoft Exchange