Today's post we are going over the process to move a mailbox using Exchange Server 2010 Management Console. This post scenario is a simple move mailbox between 2 servers in the same Exchange organization.
In this post I will be demonstrating the technical steps involved in the process in a future post we will be explaining the architecture of the process.
Let's right click on the desired and then let's click on New Local Move Request...
Click on Browse and select the destination Mailbox Database and click on Next.
In the Move Options page we can define if we are going to accept some corrupted messages during the transfer and how many before cancelling the operation. By default if there is any corrupted message the operation is cancelled.
On the New Local Move Request page, just click on New.
On the completion page if everything was fine you will receive a message like this one shown in the figure below.
If the mailbox is in the Move Request list the mailbox icon will be different as shown in the figure below.
We can check que Move Request double clicking on the move request entry that is listed under Move Request item, as shown in the figure below.
If you double click on the move request, you can see a summary of the operation.
Cleaning up the Move Request...
After moving the mailbox we need to clean up the move request before moving the mailbox again. The process is really simple, just go to Move Request item on the left, and right-click on the entry and click on Clear Move Request...
A dialog box will ask for confirmation, just click on Yes.
If you are monitoring your Exchange Server environment and you have Windows Server 2003 for your CCR/SCC, it's recommended to disable the Event Log replication between (if it's a CCR)/among (if it's a SCC) the nodes to avoid duplicate entries on your monitoring tool.
To disable the event log replication just run this following command on any node:
Cluster /prop EnableEventLogReplication=0
In Today's post I will show you how simple is to integrate a website into your Outlook Web App experience. The My site button that shows up besides of Options is always shown when you have the user webpage filled out on the user user's attribute.
Let's say you want to improve the collaboration between users you can have the users personal blogs configured on that attribute and in a single view (Outlook Web App) the user can have its messaging system, Instant Messaging and also access to his own page.
The attribute is the webpage, that can be configured on Active Directory Users and Computers or Exchange Management Console
Okay, let's use a simple script on this post otherwise this post would be too short! :)
Let's say all your associates have a personal page on your SharePoint/webportal, and you want to configure all users at the same time, wait a minute all those users also belong to the IT Organization Unit as well.
Here is a simple script that can be used to change all users from that specific OU to receive a standard page address based on their name (for example http://sharepoint.apatricio.local/blogs/<$name$>)