Exchange 2010 Email Queue Stats Monitoring Three types of queues: Submission Queue: contains messages waiting to be process by transport agents. Unreachable Queue: contains messages that could not be delivered to destination. Poison message Queue: contains messages that are harmful to the server. Submission Queue is the most important queue to check as it holds… Read more Exchange 2010 Email Queue Stats Monitoring
How to fix Exchange 2010 Management Console “Initialization failed” Error Launch the elevated Command Prompt, type iisreset. Now refresh the Exchange Management Console, you will no longer have that error showing. That’s it!
This blog will show you how to setup the ability for an Exchange mail user to send email on behalf of another mail user in the same mail organization. This is a very straight-forward procedure that can be beneficial for assistants or other employees with the need to send an email on behalf of another… Read more Manage Send-as Permission in Exchange Server 2010
First, we need to understand how our Exchange 2010 manages deleted items. I/ Theory In Exchange Management Console, expand Organization Configuration, Click on Mailbox. On the right hand side, you will see this: Right -click on a Database and choose Properties. Click the Limits tab. As you can see, deleted items are kept for 14… Read more How to Recover Deleted Exchange Mail in Microsoft Outlook
In Exchange Server 2003 there was a feature called RPC/HTTP (RPC over HTTP) that allows us to utilize HTTP connection for accessing email. In Exchange Server 2007, 2010, and 2013, the feature is called OutlookAnywhere. When this feature is enabled on the Microsoft Exchange server, users can check email using a so-called proxy server. On… Read more How to Configure Outlook Anywhere for Exchange Server in Microsoft Outlook
In this lab, we will check what are the MX records for a given mail domain are, using both command-line and online web based tools. Determining MX records for a mail domain is specially important in troubleshooting mail flow. We will use dalaris as an example. First, we will use the command-line tool for querying… Read more How to Query MX Records for a Mail Domain
In Microsoft Exchange Server, we can create separate database to store mailboxes. By doing this, we can segregate different clients (or different group of mailboxes) in different databases. When we want to perform maintenance on a specific database, all we have to do is to unmount the database to be maintained, leaving the others mounted.… Read more How to Create a New Mailbox Database in Exchange Server 2010