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Configuring Client Access Server Role migrating from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010

Client Access Server handles all Client Requests OWA , Outlook , Active Sync , Outlook anywhere , Everything Client request is handled by Client access server only Will Learn Configuring these things one by one , migrating from Exchange 2003 ———————– Outlook Web App ———————— Open EMC, locate and expand Server Configuration in navigation pane.? […]

Moving Public Folders from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010

Moving public folders is simple if your mail flow is fine between Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 Cause all the mails are replicated via Email from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 To Add replica and remove Replica from PF folders you can Use 1 . ExFolders 2 . PFDAVadmin (Windows Server 2003 with .net 1.1) […]

Create a Custom root Folder in all the Mailboxes (Bulk) in Exchange 2010

Refer the below link for the original script , and Customized it a little http://blogs.msdn.com/b/akashb/archive/2011/07/23/creating-folder-using-ews-managed-api-1-1-from-powershell.aspx And Please Test in your lab – Before proceeding into your live Environment     There is a a good script where we can use to create a Custom root Folder in all the Mailboxes in your environment.   Were […]

Configuring 3rd Party Exchange Certificate in Exchange 2010

Exchange 2010 creates a self-signed SAN certificate and assigns it to the services like IMAP, POP, IIS, and SMTP. The only drawback of this self-signed certificate is that it contains the server’s FQDN and NetBIOS names only. Where we get certificate errors on all the Clients where we need to install the Certificates manually on […]

How to Use a Self Signed Certificate in Exchange 2010

Article Updated : Using a internal windows CA certificate with Exchange 2010   Using a Self Sign Certificate can Manage Owa alone, But Issuing a Internal Windows CA Certificate can serve all type of Clients So will learn how to do it. We can use a internal windows CA certificate with Exchange 2010 to avoid […]

Configure Receive Connector in Exchange 2010

Default receive connector needs to be configured to receive emails from internet. To Pretty simple to do it Open Exchange Management Console – Server Configuration – Hub Transport Right click on Default connector and select Properties.     Select Permissions Groups tab and check Anonymous users permissions group Great !! Your Server Will receive mails […]

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