Today’s world is the technology era. Exchange server is the favourite server application of many big or small organizations because of its excellent features. Working on Exchange Server is a very wonderful experience for those who use it. But any platform is not perfect in itself. Here we are going to discuss some errors that usually occur while working:- Continue reading
Exchange Server is becoming the choice of every working group due to its user compatibility. This Client Server application is developed by Microsoft. In this Exchange works as a Server platform and Outlook is treated as a Client platform. Exchange Server uses EDB file to store whole information and files, that’s why this file plays a very important role in this client-server application. Continue reading
Description:-When either a user tries to set up a new migration batch wizard in Office 365 of Exchange admin centre or user account email migration wizard in Exchange Control Panel in Office 365 pre-upgrade with the purpose to migrate other users from an on-premises Microsoft Exchange Server versions 2010, 2007, 2003 premises to Exchange Online then following error message will appear:-
“Unable to connect to the server” Continue reading
It is very common scenario that when you are working on Server and your system starts to show unexpected issues so you have to halt your task. It is really a very irritating situation or it might be worse when you want some important documents or emails from system and you are unable to access even your mailbox.
Here we are going to discuss some of the issues or situations that create disturbance in your work consistency. Main use of Active directory for the sites:- Continue reading
Microsoft Exchange Server is a server side application to managed e-mails in an organization. All the data are stored in database files recognized by exchange server. Exchange databases are based on JET format and that use log files for tracking and maintaining database changes. JET database is able to cache 4 KB of data for swapping pages in and out of memory. 4KB cache can be expanded dynamically as per Exchange Server needs. Continue reading
Exchange Server is made of various components and Exchange Server Information Store is a significant one among them. All the database components work together to perform required operations and keep the Exchange Database Server up. Continue reading
Exchange Server 2010 is the newest version in the series of Microsoft Exchange Servers. This latest release of Microsoft has some really useful features that make email storage and communication more efficient for its users. Therefore, more and more organizations today are planning to migrate from the older versions of this platform to MS Exchange 2010 Server. Continue reading
There are cases when an Exchange database file gets damage and a mailbox user becomes fail to read his emails, attachments, contacts, meeting schedules, notes, etc. Exchange server database (.edb) files become corrupt or damaged due to many reasons such as virus infection, dirty shutdown, hardware failure, human errors, incompatible applications, or physical damage to the hard disk. At this situation to repair corrupt/damaged EDB file and get the accessibility of your Exchange Server data back, you need to opt for some efficient measures. To do this task, Microsoft provides an inbuilt utility named as eseutil/p. This utility gives two modes of data recovery which are soft recovery and hard recovery. In soft recovery – the transaction logs are replayed in the offline backup of data, while in hard recovery the transaction logs are replayed after the database is restored from an online backup. Continue reading
When you try to mount a database on the server which is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 or 2003, you may get the following error message:
“An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both.
ID no: c1041724
Exchange System Manager” Continue reading
There are many Exchange subcomponents and services that are required to be running, for the MS Exchaneg Server to work properly. One such service is Microsoft Exchange System Attendant. The Exchange System Attendant Service works to proxy Active Directory requests as well as regulates the internal functions of the Microsoft Exchange Server. Continue reading