As an Exchange 2010 administrator a common request is for a mailbox to exist for forwarding purposes, but also to reserve a copy of any received email in the mailbox.
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Sharepoint 2010 site collections are assigned Usage Quotas in order to dictate how much disk space and processing power is allocated to a given site. This is useful to allow multiple sites to co-exist on the same server without negatively impacting other sites due to excessive usage.
Last time i wrote a tutorial on how to write a .net script that will auto login into a website. You can find that link here. However, there’s a flaw with that script, today i’m going to show you how to fix that flaw. You can use that code if you know the id of [...]
Today i’m going to show you how to write an auto login script for the .net framework. This script automates Internet Explorer via the COM interface, which exposes the entire Document Object Model (DOM) to the awesomeness that is Powershell. # initialized two variable for the username and password $username=”username” $password=”password” # Create the IE [...]
Keeping your certificates up to date in exchange is one of the more involved tasks you’ll encounter while administrating a Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010.
In Microsoft Exchange 2010 you will sometimes encounter issues where specific users will not be able to send emails into your organization as a result of your Content Filtering policy. Typically this will generate a standard bounce message back to the user who is trying to email into your organization which will look like this: [...]
Since Multi-Tenant mode in Exchange Server 2010 does not support the Edge server role, you are required to run spam filtering on any Hub Transport which recieves mail from the internet. Failing to perform this configuration will result in a high volume of spam in most scenarios. Microsoft has a guide for this on technet, [...]
Troubleshooting mailflow in and out of an Exchange environment can be very simple if some simple preparations are made prior to any potential issues.