Exchange Server 2010 Tips
Special-Purpose Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2010
Learn about special-purpose boxes and how you can use them in Exchange Server 2010.
Understand, Run, and Use the Exchange Management Shell
Get a brief overview of running the Exchange Management Shell for Exchange Server 2010.
Get to Know the Exchange Server 2010 Transport Servers
Learn how transport servers store data, and get some configuration advice for high-volume Exchange environments.
Use Cmdlets to Configure Load-Balanced Arrays in Exchange Server 2010
The Exchange Management Shell includes several cmdlets you can use to register arrays in Active Directory and in this way tell Exchange about load-balanced arrays you’ve set up for Client Access servers.
Cmdlets to manage Exchange Control Panel from a Command-Line
Learn cmdlets that allow you to manage the Exchange Control Panel from the Exchange Management Shell.
Understand and Use the Exchange Control Panel
Get an overview of the Exchange Control Panel and how you can use it to manage Exchange from just about anywhere.
Understand and Fix the Outlook Web App Security Warning
Find out why users may be getting a security warning when accessing their Exchange 2010 inboxes via the Outlook Web App. And discover the easy fix.
Configure Public Folder Replication in Exchange Server 2010
Find out how to configure mailbox servers in your Exchange organization to ensure automatic public folder hierarchy replication will occur.
Use a cmdlet to Create Dynamic Distribution Groups
Here’s a guide to the cmdlet and options you can use to create a dynamic distribution group and define query parameters in Exchange Server 2010.
Keys to Keeping your Exchange Server 2010 Data Highly Available
Explore some features and best practices that can help ensure your Exchange 2010 servers remain highly available.
Use Exchange Management Shell to Recover Deleted Mailboxes
Learn the cmdlet and options you can use to recover a mailbox after it has been deleted.
Know When and How to Enable Anti-Spam Features on Hub Transport Servers
By default Hub Transport servers have anti-spam features disabled. But in some scenarios, anti-spam functionality on Hub Transport servers is preferable. Find out when and how to do this.
Use cmdlets to Create Room and Equipment Mailboxes in Exchange 2010
Here’s what you need to know to use Exchange Management Shell to create a user account with a mailbox for a room or equipment.
Run Forefront Commands while Working with Exchange Management Shell
Here’s an easy solution for running Forefront commands with Exchange Management Shell and working with Forefront Security in your scripts.
Use cmdlets to Perform One-to-Many Remote Management of Exchange 2010
Learn an easy way to manage multiple Exchange 2010 servers at once from a command-line.
Configure Offline Address Books and Autodiscover for Exchange 2010
Get an overview of the Offline Address Books and Autodiscover features and learn how to set them up on Exchange Server 2010.
Create Forward Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2010
Here are six easy steps to enable external users or mail systems to send mail to an address within your organization and have Exchange forward this mail to an external mailbox.
Backup and Restore Personal Folders in Outlook
Download a free tool and learn how to back up a user’s personal folders in Outlook.
Hide Mailboxes from Address Lists in Exchange Server 2010
Occasionally, you might want to hide a mailbox so that it doesn’t appear in the global address list or other address lists. Here’s how.
Use a cmdlet to Create a User account and Mailbox in Exchange 2010
See how you can use the Exchange Management Shell to create a user account with a mailbox.
Configure Auditing for Exchange Server Usage
Get an overview of how to enable and configure auditing in Exchange Server 2010.
Easily Allow a User to Access Another User’s Mailbox
Sometimes a user needs to access another user’s mailbox for business purposes. See how you can grant permissions for a mailbox.
Set Message Send and Receive Restrictions on Individual Mailboxes
By default, user mailboxes are configured to accept messages from anyone. Find out how you can override this behavior.
Format Output Data to Expose More of the Information You Want
Find out how to configure Exchange Management Shell to provide more information in its output.
Quickly View the Current Mailbox Size, Message Count, and Last Logon
Learn a fast way to look up some handy information with the Exchange Management Console.
Understand the Exchange Server Roles in Exchange Server 2010
Prior to setup and configuration, you need to determine what roles you will deploy, and where you will locate those roles. Here’s an overview of the roles in Exchange Server 2010.