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Sending Email via Telnet Using SMTP Authentication

Posted on December 1st, 2017 · Posted in Exchange
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In some cases, in order to test or diagnose e-mail service, an administrator has to check the sending of emails through their Exchange servers (and other email servers) from certain hosts.If a server doesn’t require an authentication (open-relay server), you can send an e-mail from telnet command prompt. However, in.. read more

Managing Disconnected Mailboxes in Exchange Server

Posted on June 16th, 2017 · Posted in Exchange
Exchange - Keep deleted mailboxes for days

When an Exchange mailbox or an Active Directory user account is deleted, a mailbox is not immediately deleted and is stored in the mailbox database for some time (30 days by default). Administrator can recover data from this mailbox or reassign it to another user. In this article, we’ll talk.. read more

Stellar Exchange Toolkit: All-In-One Admin Utility

Posted on May 19th, 2017 · Posted in Exchange, Tools
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In any modern company, e-mail is one of the most important business components. Sometimes, even 10 minutes downtime of a user mailbox can result in significant financial and reputational losses. So, an Exchange administrator should have a clear plan how to backup and recover the mailbox databases. However, the recovery.. read more

Exchange Error “452 4.3.1 Insufficient system resources”

Posted on March 24th, 2017 · Posted in Exchange
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I have come across an interesting problem in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (it is also typical for Exchange Server 2007 / 2013). From time to time, some users started to complain on the inability to get scans from Multi-Function Devices (MFD)  or senders configured to send emails through Client Access.. read more

Calculating the Number of Client Access Licenses (CAL) for Exchange Server

Posted on February 22nd, 2017 · Posted in Exchange
Exchange 2010 Management Console - CAL in use

In the previous article we discussed the peculiarities of Exchange Server licensing and mentioned that to access a mailbox on Exchange Server a user or a device needs a Client Access License (Exchange Server CAL). You can purchase a license for a device or a user (this is more expensive)… read more

Exchange Server 2016 Licensing

Posted on January 20th, 2017 · Posted in Exchange
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This article describes the licensing peculiarities, differences in editions and client licenses (CAL) in the latest version of Microsoft corporate e-mail system — Exchange Server 2016.

Outlook 2016 Slow External Autodiscover with Exchange Server

Posted on June 24th, 2016 · Posted in Exchange
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Starting from Outlook 2007, the client application uses Autodiscover web service to automatically configure the client access settings to Exchange server. For internal clients, the procedure is quite simple: start Outlook and click “Next” till you get access to your mailbox. The external clients have to specify the e-mail address,.. read more

Kernel Exchange Suite

Posted on June 16th, 2016 · Posted in Exchange
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Microsoft email solutions are trending the chart among competitive email technologies like IBM Domino, Novell GroupWise, etc. Impact of Microsoft email framework, i.e. MS Outlook and MS Exchange Server, is clearly determined by looking at the productivity and performance of a company. However, enterprises also sail through disastrous and difficult.. read more

Disable Outlook Mailbox Auto-Mapping in Exchange

Posted on April 22nd, 2016 · Posted in Exchange
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A new feature Mailbox Auto-Mapping appeared in Exchange 2010 SP1. When a user gets Full Access permissions to a mailbox in Exchange organization, after Outlook is restarted by the user, this mailbox is automatically mapped as a new additional mailbox in Outlook profile.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016: What’s New

Posted on February 15th, 2016 · Posted in Exchange
ms exchange server 2016 what's new

In the second half of 2015, Microsoft released a new mail server version under a familiar name – Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. The list of changes proved to be quite short which puzzled the specialists who know the history of the product. If you omit the new year in the.. read more