Microsoft Exchange Server Monitoring and Logging News
September 30, 2015
In Exchange CU10, search for more email results and log Send As audit events as expected. Update Rollup 11 stops the Information Store from crashing.
December 22, 2014
We look back at five Exchange Server news stories that made the biggest impact with readers this year.
December 22, 2009
Check out these 12 third-party Exchange management tools and see how they can help administrators monitor, archive and migrate Exchange servers.
August 16, 2006
Because Microsoft's circular logging recommendations have changed over the years based on Exchange Server version changes, there is a lot of contradictory information out there on the topic. This article explains what circular logging is and the ...
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Advanced Threat Analytics uses self-learning algorithms to compare normal user behavior to what is currently happening in an Exchange environment. Continue Reading
Our business is migrating from an on-premises server to Office 365. What third-party monitoring tools can we use to make sure it is running at optimal performance? Continue Reading
Need a quick glossary of Poison Message Queue, EAC and other administrative and management features and tools in Exchange 2013? Keep this handy list next to your desk. Continue Reading
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For a better understanding of Exchange Managed Availability, learn how to create and manage monitoring mailboxes, and how to fix a corrupted mailbox. Continue Reading
There are six questions admins must ask hosted Exchange vendors to ensure security is as much a priority to them as it is to your enterprise. Continue Reading
There are numerous features you can use -- some native to Exchange 2010 and some included in virtualization platforms -- to improve uptime and optimize performance. Consider these six areas. Continue Reading
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When Exchange Server goes down for an extended period of time, these three problems are probably to blame. Continue Reading
Admins must keep a close eye on Exchange Server to ensure it runs at peak performance. If cost is an issue, there are a number of free and low-cost tool options. Continue Reading
Administrators can use default queries in Log Parser Studio or modify existing queries to analyze logs and troubleshooting Exchange issues. Continue Reading
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There is no shortage of Exchange Server logs at the administrator's disposal. There are a number of tools available to analyze the data and help avoid future issues. Continue Reading
Don't assume Exchange 2010 database maintenance is happening; administrators should check the event log and performance counter to ensure an Exchange database repair or recovery isn't required. Continue Reading
I have limited drive space on my Exchange Server but need to restore large mailboxes. Can I prevent mailbox restores from a recovery database by circular logging? Continue Reading