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Author: edward

In Exchange, you have the option to view your mail queues using the GUI interface and you can at a quick glance view the error of a specific domain or if something is wrong. With Powershell, you can do the same thing. To firstly get a list of all the queues you run the following […]

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In one of my previous articles we looked at updating the autodiscover internal URL, today we will update the rest using PowerShell, this includes the following: EWS OAB OWA ActiveSync PowerShell ECP Here are the list of PowerShell commands that were run to update my lab environment(includes Autodiscover): • Set-ClientAccessService -Identity Exchange-2019 -AutodiscoverServiceInternalUri https://mail.thexchangelab.com/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml • […]

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In Exchange 2019, viewing and assigning an SSL certificate services is basically the same as Exchange 2013 and 2016. In this example we will use PowerShell to firstly view the certificates we have and then assign services to that SSL certificate along with setting POP/IMAP to use the SSL certificate as well. Launch the Exchange […]

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In Exchange, whether it is Exchange 2019 or 2013 or 2016 or 2010, you need a send connector to be able to route email to the internet etc. You can create a send connector using the Exchange Admin Center (EAC) but what fun would that be when you can use PowerShell. Here is a quick […]

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In Exchange 2019, to have clients connect without error from the outside, one of the URL’s that need to be updated is the Autodiscover record. The update process is similar/the same as Exchange 2016 and can be done with a single PowerShell command. You can first check what the URL is set to by running […]

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In Exchange 2019, like previous versions, you can check your edition of Exchange by running the following command: Get-ExchangeServer | fl or by adding another section to the script: Get-ExchangeServer | fl *Edition* You can see the one command gives you less information than the other, to change the edition, you can license the server […]

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Part of any Operating System that you install, whether it is Server 2012 or Server 2019, Server Manager launches on startup. A quick command below will create a registry key and disable it so it doesn’t start on windows boot. Here is the command: Invoke-Command -ComputerName Exchange-2019 -ScriptBlock { New-ItemProperty -Path HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\ServerManager -Name DoNotOpenServerManagerAtLogon -PropertyType […]

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In Exchange, whether it is Exchange 2013 or 2016 and the new version 2019, you can move the transport database off the C:\ drive to another drive so you don’t hit back pressure firstly and run out of space. You can find the script to move the database in the scripts folder in the default […]

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In previous Exchange versions to check a queue on a specific server you could use the Get-TransportServer command, however if you now run this on Exchange 2019, you receive a nice lengthy warning to say it is going to be removed in future versions of Exchange, yet we are on the latest so far: As […]

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