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April 9, 2011  6:13 PM

Exchange 2010 “Default Policy” Edit Error



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Exchange 2003, Exchange 2010, powershell

You get the error message when trying to edit the "Default Policy" The specified e-mail address policy couldn't be edited. E-mail address policies with legacy versions of Exchange must be upgraded using the "Set-EmailAddressPolicy" task with the Exchange 2010 filter specified. What this means...

March 22, 2011  3:21 PM

How to get Public Folder Statistics in Outlook 2007 and 2010



Posted by: Nathan Simon
EMC, Exchange 2003, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010, Exchange Management Console, Get-PublicFolderStatistics, powershell, Public Folder Replication, retrieve public folder statistics

You cannot use the EMC to retrieve public folder statistics. This example returns the statistics for the public folder Marketing with a piped command to format the list. Copy Code Get-PublicFolderStatistics -Identity \Marketing | fl Note: The value for the Identity parameter must include...


May 27, 2009  3:31 AM

Exchange Server 2010 Management Architecture



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Exchange 2010, Exchange 2010 Management Architecture, Exchange Server 2003 SP2, Exchange Server 2007, microsoft, powershell, Windows Server

I myself haven't even started playing with Exchange Server 2007, I know, pretty weak, eh? Well there is not much I can do when I am busy managing 7 clients IT Infrastructures and they are happy with Exchange Server 2003 SP2. Well the next iteration of Exchange Server is Exchange Server 2003, the...


April 16, 2009  4:07 AM

ESX 4 and ESX 4i



Posted by: Nathan Simon
ESX 4, ESX 4i, hot add memory, powershell, Techday, VI Toolkit 1.5, vmware, vsphere

Rumors abound, ESX 4 and 4i are soon to be released. A couple notable items are that VMWare is going to allow more then 4vCPU per VM. Also Administrators will be able to hot upgrade memory using the VI Toolkit 1.5. Hot adding memory can only be done in a Server 2008 VM. With the ability to build...


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