Microsoft Exchange Server Storage and Data Management News
July 08, 2015
Properly sizing an Exchange 2013 deployment protects it from future performance issues resulting from storage bottlenecks.
July 24, 2014
Exchange experts say the lost IRS email controversy is a reminder of why your organization needs to evaluate its plans to prevent a similar event from happening.
April 01, 2011
Only a week after delivering its Exchange 2007 SP3 Update Rollup 3, Microsoft re-released the product to correct a critical flaw.
December 21, 2010
Though it missed the cut with Exchange 2010 SP1, Microsoft has finally added personal archiving for Outlook 2007 users.
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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
Choosing the right disks for your Exchange 2013 setup is a battle between cost and performance. How do you decide what's more important? Continue Reading
If you run Exchange 2007 or 2010 and are moving to Office 365, the public folder batch migration feature will ease the process. Continue Reading
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The wrong disk volumes can foil Exchange optimization practices. Assess your configurations with support and compression in mind. Continue Reading
Choosing the right RAID level for your Exchange 2013 setup can prevent disk failures and improve overall storage performance. Continue Reading
With Microsoft's change to its default email retention policy, Exchange admins must collaborate with other departments to test how it will fit in their organization. Continue Reading
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Converting authentication modes is a rare thing admins need to address, but it must be fixed right away when it happens -- and Microsoft's documentation on it is incorrect. Continue Reading
Does Exchange have built-in support for archiving and stubbing, or are third-party tools the only options we have to do this? Continue Reading
Admins don't have to sidestep the default settings for deleting logs, but if needed, these PowerShell cmdlets will get the job done. Continue Reading
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Hackers corrupted my Exchange 2010 files, so now I can't open them. How can I restore my server and prevent this from happening again? Continue Reading
We need to move more than 20,000 Exchange 2010 public folders to Exchange 2013. What's the best way to do this? Continue Reading
I just upgraded to Exchange 2010, but Exchange is generating an immense amount of logs. How can I change this so they grow at a more reasonable rate? Continue Reading