Category Archive: Exchange Server

Jan 20 2012

Installing Exchange 2010 Edge Transport Server Role

Exchange 2010 Edge Transport Server Role is for those individuals or companies that want an extra layer of protection for their Exchange servers. The Edge server is placed in a DMZ zone for routing messages in and out of the company, so the traffic will not directly hit your Exchange servers. It is also used …

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Jan 19 2012

Creating and configuring an Exchange 2010 Database Availability Group (DAG)

Those of you that come from Exchange 2007 will love the way High Availability for databases are done in Exchange 2010. No more Single Copy Clusters (SCC),  Standby Continuous Replication (SCR), Local Continuous Replication (LCR), or Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR), is only Database Availability Group or DAG. Exchange database and log files are replicated over …

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Jan 11 2012

Publish Outlook Web App (OWA) with TMG 2010

Hi there, me again. Just a couple of days before, I had to publish Exchange 2010 OWA for a client; than I thought, why not make a guide on this blog and show you the steps. And here it is. In this post I will show you how to securely publish Exchange 2010 OWA to …

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Jan 09 2012

Request and install SAN certificate in Exchange 2010

If you want to get rid of those annoying certificate warnings, and be trusted every time a client opens Outlook or OWA, you need to install a proper certificate on you Exchange server(s). There are to ways to do this job, using Exchange Management Console, or using Exchange Shell, and because I’m a good guy  …

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Jan 05 2012

Create Exchange 2010 Mailboxes using Exchange Management Console (EMC)

Well…creating Exchange mailboxes is not science, especially if you use the EMC (Exchange Management Console). In this guide I’m going to show you step-by-step how to create Exchange mailboxes for new users and for existing ones. For this lab I created a DC in single forest/domain environment, and one Exchange 2010 with SP1 server.

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Dec 17 2011

Enable POP3 and IMAP access in Exchange 2010

Somethimes you have clients that don’t support ActiveSync, or an in house application, and you want those clients and applications to be able to send and receive messages using your Exchange server. Exchange supports POP3 and IMAP, but by default those services are stopped and disabled. What we are going to do next is start …

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Dec 14 2011

Install Exchange 2010 with SP1 using PowerShell

I’m a big fan of Exchange, and I’m a bigger fan of PowerShell, so I taught hack…why not create a post that includes both. And here it is. I know some of you don’t like scripting, and command shells, and neither do I, but PowerShell…man ohh man it’s great. Ok enough about PowerShell, because this …

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