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Tag: Exchange 2010

There are many ways in PowerShell to check the mailbox database copy status in Exchange, here are some examples from the Exchange Management Shell (EMS): Blanket check.Per DAG check.Per Server check. Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus * The above command runs across all servers and databases in the environment. Below is the next example. Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus -Identity dag1* The above […]

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In Exchange you will do loads of Export requests to PST but over time this list grows and when you eventually want to find an export request or remove a server you can’t because it still has the export requests. To find the export requests, you can run a single command: Get-mailboxexportrequest -status completed This […]

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In Exchange, you can throttle the number of connections that a HUB Transport Server can have open to a remote domain, the default value for the field “MaxPerDomainOutboundConnections” is 20. To change the value, you can run a simple command from the Exchange Management Shell(EMS): Set-TransportServer -Identity HUB1 -MaxPerDomainOutboundConnections 10 Don’t forget to restart the […]

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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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