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Monday, June 26, 2017

Domino Server/IBM Lotus Notes to Exchange 2013, 2016 Migration Steps

Are you looking for a solution to export Lotus Notes to Exchange 2013? Do you also want to migrate Domino Server Mailboxes to MS Exchange Server 2016? If this is so, you have landed to the right place. This blog is about the steps and ways for IBM Notes/Domino to Microsoft Exchange Server Migration. We will discuss the manual as well the automated methods for this migration process.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Restore Accidentally Deleted Mailbox in Exchange 2013

There could be situation when you accidentally delete crucial items from Exchange 2013 mailbox. The concept to recover deleted mailbox items in Exchange 2013 is much easier as of other previous Exchange server versions. If you are well-known with Exchange, then you must know that it offers several ways to restore disabled mailbox in Exchange. However, by default the deleted mailbox items remain in the database only for a limit period i.e 30 days only. 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Export Users from Active Directory: 3 Ways to Move Users to CSV

There are many users who are facing some issues while moving users from AD. They are looking for an easy and relevant solution to migrate users from AD/Active Directory. In this blog, we will discuss three different methods to export users from Active Directory. Each method will create the same CSV file. If you want a quick solution, then it is recommended to use PowerShell method.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Cluster Continuous Replication - Solving the failover

What is CCR in MS Exchange Server?

The CCR issue i.e Cluster Continuous Replication is faced by many of the MS Exchange users nowadays. This blog will discuss the CCR related problems with the reasons and their proper solutions. The Exchange Server of Microsoft has two fundamental elements known as the transaction logs and the database. First, the information is written to the Extensible Storage Engine memory cache and then to a transaction log by a log writer, and finally to the database (.edb file). The high availability features of the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is a Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR). In addition, it merges the asynchronous log shipping and replay technology in Exchange 2007 with the management and failover features rendered by the Cluster service. Moreover, it offers full availability for the Exchange 2007 mailbox server with:

Monday, March 20, 2017

Role of (DPM) Data Protection Manager in Exchange Server

Do you know what is DPM? For what purpose it is used in Microsoft Exchange Server? What are the requirements it needs? In this article, we will try to find out all these queries and will discuss the role of DPM in MS Exchange Server. Let us explore about Data Protection Manager and its importance in MS Exchange Server. DPM stands for Data Protection Manager and as the name suggest that it is designed to provide the continuous data protection for Exchange server database. But it cannot protect the data by taking the backup at regular intervals.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Microsoft Exchange 2007: Life Support Coming to an End

The Lifecycle Policy of Microsoft has given a consistent and predictable guideline to provide the support throughout the life cycle of a product. According to the news in the world of technology, Exchange 2007 support reaches end of life on 11th April 2017. However, with upgrading technicalities, users have to migrate from Microsoft Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2016 or Office 365 client. But still, if users are currently using Exchange 2007, now, is the time to plan and act to move further. In the following segment, we will discuss the overall procedure to upgrade from Microsoft Exchange 2007 to Office 365.


What does 'End of Life' Really mean?

Almost each Microsoft products including Exchange Server has a life cycle during which we offer multiple advanced features like bug fixes, security fixes, etc. Simply, End of life means that

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

How to Import ICS to Exchange Calendar Effortlessly

This article describes that why a user wants to move iCal to Exchange Calendar and the best ways to move/ import ICS to Exchange Calendar in few easy steps. However, it has always been a difficult task for users who have a bulk of calendar files and they want to move ICS file to Exchange Calendar or any other platform for that matter. A very popular method to migrate ICS to Microsoft Exchange Calendar will be discussed in this blog. It is known that successful business establishments often need a proper communication between one to another organization.