Exchange Server 2016

Export and Import the Certificate on Microsoft Exchange Server 2016

In the previous Exchange Server 2016 article, you have created a trusted certificate by creating a certificate request and submitting it to a CA. If you have multiple Exchange Servers 2016 in your environment, you need to export the same certificate and import it to the new Exchange Server 2016.Exchange Server 2016 consolidates all roles on the Mailbox Server, except […]


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Exchange Server 2016

Configuring and Managing Client Access Internal and External Namespaces in Exchange Server 2016

Client Access namespaces are defined URLs (External and Internal) used by clients to access Exchange Server 2016. In a single site, the namespaces configuration are shared by servers. In the multiple sites, you can implement one or more namespaces. You should select a meaningful namespace because clients might use it to access Outlook over the Intranet and Internet. For example, […]


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Exchange Server 2016

Configuring Certificates for Client Access in Exchange Server 2016

After installation of Exchange Server 2016, it generates a self-signed SSL certificate that includes the name of the server. The self-signed is not suitable for production use because clients do not trust it. You need to replace this self-signed certificate with a valid SSL certificate from a public certificate authority (CA). When you create the certificate request, you need to […]


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Exchange Server 2016

Creating and Configuring Mailbox Databases in Exchange Server 2016

Exchange Server 2016 comes with default one mailbox database that is created by default. It is located on a system drive, and it provides initial storage for the administrator mailbox and system mailboxes. In most cases, most organizations will need more than one mailbox database to meet the organization standards such as set different limits and retention time periods from […]


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Exchange Server 2016

Moving a Default Mailbox Database Path and LogFolderPath to New Location in Exchange Server 2016

In the previous article, I have installed Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 in the default location which is not suitable for production environment. We have to move the database and log files to the new location. In the future, database and logs files will grow and the existing system disks will not sufficient for growing database and log files. Therefore, we […]


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Exchange Server 2016

Installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Step By Step

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is the latest version of Microsoft’s email and collaboration solution that runs on Windows Server. This is the ninth major release of the product, and the Exchange teams continue to make improvements and add features with every versions. Microsoft has made the Exchange Server 2016 installation process easier and more error-free than ever before. Before installing […]


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Exchange Server 2010

Configuring Anti-Spam agents On a Hub Transport Server in Exchange Server 2010

In a small organization, we can install all Exchange Server roles (CAS, HT and MB) except the Edge Transport server role in a single box. Small organizations do not deploy Edge Transport servers because of limited IT budget. For Edge Transport server we need a separate physical box with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Exchange Server 2010 licensed. Apart from […]


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Exchange Server 2007

Redirecting HTTP Request to SSL Request in Exchange Server 2007

When you enabled SSL on our Client Access Server, your phone is glowing with calls from frustrated users who can no longer access their mailboxes through Outlook Web Access. What do you do? So that the end users are accessing their Outlook Web Access without any problems. For example, the user can type simply: mail.singhholding.com rather than https://mail.singhholding.com/owa.


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Exchange Server 2010

Redirect the Default Server URL to OWA in Exchange Server 2010

Four years back, when I enabled SSL Certificate in Exchange Server 2003, I got calls from my friends, that Exchange OWA was not working, Is the “Exchange Server Down” ?. Apart from this, my Boss asked me that, why not configure OWA to simply type, mail.msserverpro.com instead of typing https://mail.msserverpro.com/owa . It would easy for end users when they access […]


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Exchange Server 2010

Configuring Certificates in Exchange Server 2010

In many Organizations, Exchange Web Mail is being used with default self-signed certificates, which is not recommended. A self-signed certificate is a certificate issued by the computer itself. They are not trusted by default, so users get annoying warnings “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate, Continue to this website (not recommended). Apart from this, Outlook Anywhere service […]


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