In this article, the author covers how to import and export PSTs using Exchange Management PowerShell.
How to use the Exchange PowerShell cmdlet Get-Recipient to list and export all email addresses in Microsoft Exchange.
Lets say you are hosting many domains in one Exchange Server (Multi-Tenant) .
SSL cert has been Configured, With these below entries for example .
In Simple Words – Using AutoDiscover with large numbers of accepted domains
Now for every domain you host . you cannot keep adding their entries in your SSL . that’s not going to benefit you . the recommended method is using the Autodiscoverredirect method .
like for the every domain you host . you can create a CNAME record.
autodiscover.DomainA.com CNAME to autodiscoverredirect.careexchange.in
So that you can get the autodiscover settings from your primary domain .
And Outlook 2007 . 2010 , 2013 can understand it . so that your Outlook can be configured automatically
We explore using SRV records for autodiscover. This is a great way to keep the names on your certificate to a minimum. Great for mergers, or, multi-tenancy.
This script contains information from other scripts and combined to give you a working PS1 file that will go and remove all the log files generated by Exchange 2013 which is not automatically truncated.You can schedule this using Task Scheduler to run X number of times a day or w
In this multi-part article we will migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016.