So I recently wanted to create a report to show us who was using up the most space on our mailbox servers, previous administrators had either done away for limits for mailboxes or had set them to be very very generous and our users weren’t really the ones to either keep their mailbox tidy or … Continue reading "Generate Mailbox Size and Usage Report using PowerShell for Exchange 2010 / 2013"
Recently had to restart a client’s server after running some Windows Updates. A few hours after the restart the client contacted me stating that they couldn’t access their e-mails via the web. I quickly had a look, the login page presented itself, so I logged in and after clicking Sign in I was presented with … Continue reading "Blank page (auth.owa Http 500) when logging into Outlook Web Access running on Exchange 2010"
One of the little things with the have annoyed me since I’ve started using the RSAT tools in Windows is the fact that there is no easy way to manage Exchange. Sure I can install the Exchange Management Pack and use that, but like most admin’s AD Users and Computers is open just about all … Continue reading "Exchange Management with AD Users when using RSAT for Windows 7"
One of the usual things I perform as an IT Consultant is maintenance and configuration tasks on Exchange. One of the most requested tasks is accepting e-mail for more than one domain. Most of my clients run Windows SBS Server 2008 which comes with Exchange 2007. In this article I will walk through accepting mail … Continue reading "Letting Exchange accept Mail from other domains"