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  • Top 10 Exchange Server administration tips of 2006

    Based on your clicks, here are the top 10 most popular Exchange Server administration tips from 2006. From enhancing Exchange Server memory and performance to tackling Exchange Server compatibility and authentication issues, these topics piqued your... Continue Reading

  • All-in-One Guide: Exchange Server backup and recovery

    This collection of tips and tutorials will teach you how to configure Exchange Server for faster and more reliable backup and recovery. Our three categories -- Backup Basics, Maintenance and Troubleshooting, and Restore Procedures -- include best ... Continue Reading

  • file allocation table (FAT)

    A file allocation table (FAT) is a table that an operating system maintains on a hard disk that provides a map of the clusters (the basic units of logical storage on a hard disk) that a file has been stored in. Continue Reading

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  • 'Exchange is in recovery mode' errors

    "Exchange is in recovery mode" is an amibigous error that can be difficult to diagnose. It could indicate that Microsoft Outlook is detecting differences between cached data on the client machine and data stored on Exchange Server. But an "Exchange ... Continue Reading

  • Should you use NTFS compression on Exchange Server files?

    Some Exchange Server administrators have debated the use of NTFS file compression to improve Exchange Server disk performance and increase the hard drive capacity. Generally, this is not a good idea. Find out why and learn about one exception for ... Continue Reading

  • BCC encrypted email forking in Outlook Web Access

    Enabled by default, OWA's BCC Encrypted Email Forking feature prevents blind carbon copy recipient information from being leaked when users send encrypted emails. Learn more about how this feature works and discover the storage side effects it can ... Continue Reading

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