This article applies to: Exchange 2013 PROBLEM You use Exchange Unified Messaging for voicemail and your Skype clients are used to retreive voicemail. In between your clients and the Exchange server you have a firewall and your firewall administrator is absolutely not delighted with the idea to open the entire port range of 1025-65535
This article applies to: Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, Exchange 2016, Exchange 2019 If you need to troubleshoot why an application is unable to send e-mails through your Exchange Server, one of the things you will have to do, is to check your receive connectors. Often you will find numerous connectors configured (sometimes even more
This article applies to: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016 Exchange 2013, Exchange 2016 PROBLEM You experience connectivity issues in Outlook or 3rd party applications when connecting to your Exchange server. In Windows System Event Log on the Exchange server machine, you see
This article applies to: Exchange 2010, Exchange 2016, SMTP In this article I will show an example of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 mail flow trobleshooting, based on a recent customer support case. PROBLEM The customer is in a process of migrating from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016. The environment consists of 2 Exchange
This article applies to: Exchange 2016 This article describes how to properly perform a maintenance procedure on a 2 node Exchange Database Availability Group (DAG). You will typically need this in order to perform maintenance work like hardware installation, patching, software upgrades and similar, where it is necessary to shut down or reboot an
Our CEO, Dejan Foro will deliver a keynote session titled "My Exchange goes to cloud" at the InfoNet Day conference. We are inviting you to visit his session, tomorrow 31.10.2017 from 13:10 - 14:40 in room Tinguley.
This article applies to: Exchange 2016, Exchange Online, Office 365 Let's say you have a shared mailbox Marketing, used by the marketing department and you want to set an OOF message during holidays. Setting an OOF message on a shared mailbox is actually possible, and you can achieve that by using PowerShell. Here is