12 août 2010

Exchange 2010 Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves

We are seeing some trends where quite a few customers are migrating mailboxes to a new Exchange organization, in a different Active Directory (AD) forest. This blog post is aimed at helping to explain the fundamentals of what is required to move mailboxes across forests so that you can be prepared with the correct data, make better plans, and successfully perform a migration without encountering painful problems. The blog post doesn't cover how to setup and configure shared address space or Free/busy. After reading this blog post,... [Lire la suite]
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12 août 2010

Mais où est passé ma cmdlet Export-Mailbox d’Exchange 2010 ?!? Et au Niveau du SP1 on fera comment ?

Vous tentez d’exporter une Boîte aux lettres hébergée sur un serveur Exchange Server 2010, jusque-là tout vas bien, vous trouvez les informations concernant la commande Export-Mailbox sur le site TechNet Microsoft Vous lancez une session Powershell Exchange et là mystère, la cmdlet n’existe pas …. Vous devez en réalité vous donner le droit d’utiliser cette cmdlet en vous assignant le rôle « Mailbox Import Export« New-ManagementRoleAssignment -Role « Mailbox Import Export » -User Administrator Pour que les... [Lire la suite]
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30 mai 2010

Routing Behaviour Change When HUB and Mailbox Role Co-Exist On A DAG Member…

In Exchange 2010, the way emails get routed changes when you have a DAG member that hosts both the Mailbox and HUB transport role. This change was brought in to ensure the protection of messages while it uses Dumpster 2.0 For example, let’s say that I have a server named EXCH1 which hosts both Mailbox and HUB role. Emails that are sent to a mailbox in EXCH1 will be handled by the HUB transport role present on the same server. This is the default behaviour. Now, let’s say that we have a DAG with servers (EXCH1, EXCH2 etc)... [Lire la suite]
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10 mars 2010

Mailbox Moves – 2003, 2007 & 2010 Exchange Servers…

I  have seen a number of questions in discussion forums regarding the tools to move mailboxes from different versions of Exchange to 2010 and what the pros & cons are. Below is a snapshot of the points to be considered while thinking about moving mailboxes. Exchange 2003 to 2010 You need to use “move request” cmdlets in 2010 shell to move the mailboxes. You can’t use 2003 System Manager. The mailbox move is offline, which means that the users can’t access the emails while it is moved. You can't move... [Lire la suite]
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02 février 2009

Language setup for a mailbox with Exchange Server 2007

Here is a summary on the mailbox language settings following the various tests that I could do and articles that I have read. I hope that this can help you. How it worked before Exchange 2007 In previous versions of Exchange Server, the language for a user mailbox was determined by the language setting of the MAPI agent (such as the Outlook client) and not by the Exchange server: At the first connection of a MAPI agent (like Outlook client) to a user mailbox, the language of the default folders (like inbox) and system... [Lire la suite]
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