Excellent work and Articles.
Just looking for some Exchange Tools others may be using to mange Exchange Server 2010
I will update it Thomas.
Can you please provide me the lync 2013 client 64bit msi file download link.
Thanks in advance.
the posts are very useful
Good Job Mr.Rajith Jose Enchiparambil
Nice article to learn Exchange 2010.. keep rocking.. If i have get any troubleshooting video very much appreciated.
Thank you .. happy learning.
Will try to put some videos together Selva.
Any Tools converting from openwebmail to Exchange server 2013.
Haven’t come across any Irfan
hi rajith sir…2010 sp2 installation steps…difference between mail user an mailbox user in recipient configuration…and how to open ecp in 2010 sp2…pls reply sir…
What are you after Sindhu?
I work on exchange server 2007 SP3 UR8. I want a user A to have access on resource mailbox B , just for reading. User A should not be able to delete any mails from RES MBX B , he can read , send mails , but no deletion.. I want to through security group. Is it possible?
Waiting for a reply.
Thanks & Regards, Hasin.
Why don’t you give User A “send as” permission on Mailbox B? Why do you need a security group?
How can i verify the productkey of my exghangeServer 2010 PS1?
Run Get-ExchangeServer in the Shell, it will tell you the version of Exchange you have.
I am new learner of exchange 2010. Your articles helps me very much.
Powershell = Best Exchange Tool. However you must be careful…it will allow you to do things that can break your environment.
First of all thanks to providing a very helpful articles of Exchange Server.
I have user A mailbox and i want to give him read only permission. Please suggest the steps.
Read only permission to his mailbox or to a second mailbox? Clarify please.
His mailbox only.
Thanks & Regards, Sunil
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