5 tutorials Exchange 2010

Microsoft Exchange 2010 was released to the public by Microsoft in November of 2009. many of the features found in Exchange 2010 are the DAG ( Database Availability Groups ) Client Access Server ( CAS ) RPC clients, Personal Archives, recoverable deleted items, etc. In this section you will tutorials related to Exchange 2010, and all its components.

Exchange 2010 Tutorials

These exchange 2010 mailbox commands are primary for my records because I tend to forget things pretty fast, but I work with exchange a lot, and keeping these commands at hand is useful. Get Mailbox Statistics about specific user and export those records to a text file. Get-MailboxStatistics “nelson” | Format-List StorageLimitStatus,TotalItemSize,TotalDeletedItemSize,ItemCount,DeletedItemCount > c:nelsonmailboxstats.txt Get mailbox size quota out of a specific user and export that info to a text file: Get-Mailbox “nelson” | Format-List *Quota > c:nelsonquota.txt get quota info of all users in a specific database in exchange and export that info to a text file: Get-Mailbox -Database “Mailbox database” | Format-List DisplayName, *Quota > c:DBquotas.txt


out of office gets a new feature in Exchange 2010. in Exchange 2010 you can setup out of office automatic replies for Internal people ( within the company ) and for contacts outside the company. quite handy when you have many clients, and want to write a custom out of the office message for coworkers, and clients outside the company. setting Out Of Office automatic replies is easy, either from the Outlook client or Outlook Web Access ( OWA ) To setup out of office replies from Outlook 2010 click on File and the click on info and then click on Automatic replies: the automatic replies box will come up. choose Send automatic replies and then put the message you want to send out to internal staff, and outside contacts: there you have it, a useful feature in exchange 2010…


We just migrated all our company users to Exchange 2010, and everything is working great, except some glitches with some legacy applications that use the MAPI service to connect Exchange to grab emails. our help desk system is one of these applications. our help desk system regularly monitors a mailbox for new emails, and convert new emails into work orders, and somehow in Exchange 2010 emails converted into work orders the body were blank. the first thing I tried was to send a plain text test email, and the body was showing up fine. then a RTF email, and again the body was fine, so the problem only seem to be happening when using the HTML format. the solution ? If you are a normal user having this problem with Outlook, setting Outlook to display emails in plain text could…


We just installed Exchange 2010 in our organization, and one of the first things I wanted to do was to be able to access the exchange management console from my Windows 7 machine. the process is almost the same as for Exchange 2003, so figuring it out was not that difficult. here is how I did it. Step 1. make sure Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 is installed on your Windows 7 machine. if the tools are not installed, download and install them from here http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=7887 step 2. Execute the Setup.exe file from your Exchange 2010 CD, shared drive, or DVD. if you don’t have any of those, you can download the exchange files from this URL as well http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=21570 if .NET 3.5 SP1 is not installed on your computer, the setup will prompt you to install it:…


We are in the process of migrating our mail server from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 in our organization, and one of the first things I noticed on Exchange 2010 is the new design in Outlook Web Access. its much simpler, and in my opinion much cooler: though the yellowish color on the default theme kind of get on your face, it can easily be changed to another color scheme you like. besides the redesign change, I like Microsoft integrating full support for other browsers besides Internet Explorer like in previous Exchange releases. this is helpful for people using Macs, or people using different browsers like Firefox. there are a few new features in OWA 2010, which I plan to write about once I get acquainted with them, for now I just wanted to write a few lines about OWA…