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Author: edward

In the last part, we will look at moving the Discovery Search Mailbox from Exchange 2016 to Exchange 2019, to find the mailbox in your environment, you can run the following command: Get-Mailbox discovery* Now we can move it to the Exchange 2019 Server running a similar command to the other ones: Get-Mailbox discovery* | […]

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In the first 2 parts we looked at moving the Arbitration mailboxes and the health mailboxes, now we will look at moving the AuditLog mailbox. Launch the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) and run the following command: Get-Mailbox -AuditLog On our server, we do have an AuditLog mailbox and we need to move it to Server […]

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In my previous article, we looked at moving the arbitration mailboxes. In this short article, we will look at a mailbox which also needs to be moved so be able to remove a store in Exchange 2016 when migrating to Exchange 2019. These are the monitoring mailboxes, also known as the HealthMailboxes. To find these […]

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In Exchange, when you are working with a legacy system and migrating mailboxes to the new Exchange Server, you will find that you cannot remove the database on the server as it gives you some long error message it still contains archives mailboxes etc. To move all the system, federation and migration mailboxes (arbitration), you […]

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As an Exchange admin, you will always come across mail stuck in a queue, there are so many reasons why this could happen but if you do need to export mail from a queue and not just simply delete it then you can do so running the following PowerShell command from the Exchange Management Shell […]

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Exchange comes with default tarpit levels which work for some organizations but not others, you can change these if you see a delay in delivery, to change it is very easy and you need to do this with PowerShell. Launch the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) and run the following command: Get-ReceiveConnector -Identity “Server1\Default Frontend Server1” […]

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With Malware getting smarter each time and out running the Anti-Virus and embedding itself in the Operating System that it thinks its Legit, there is a way to remove it when it writes an encrypted entry or multiple entries to the WMI database. To remove it you will need to run the following set of […]

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In this example, we are going to connect/recover a mailbox that we deleted in the previous blog post. As an example, we created a new test user as shown below to connect to a mailbox. To do this you can use PowerShell to create the user or use Active Directory Users and computers. Right click […]

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In Exchange 2019, like other versions like 2016 or 2013, you can delete a mailbox using a single command. To firstly find the list of mailboxes you can run the following command: Get-Mailbox In this example we are going to remove the mailbox called “edward”. To remove it you can use the following command: Remove-Mailbox […]

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In Exchange, I pretty much do everything with PowerShell. A quick tip if you want to make sure everything is running, service wise, you can do so in Powershell: Get-Service *MSExchange* Just by running a simple command you have a complete overview of what is not running regarding Exchange. Hope it helps.

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