Monthly Archives: February 2005

Exchange 12 Presentation

Adam Field has posted details of a LiveMeeting recording that you can listen to, in which Dave Thompson, Exchange Server Corporate VP, talks about the future roadmap of Exchange, and what can be expected with Exchange 12… it’s well worth … Continue reading

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How does move mailbox really work?

Evan Dodds has posted this high level desription of how mailboxes are actually moved. Move mailbox is the best, supported way to move mailbox data between Exchange servers and update the directory object. It’s been around for ages and has … Continue reading

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Customizing Themes in OWA – The podcast

PodCast: Customising themes in OWA, It runs for 8 minutes, is 3mb in size and demos how to change the default OWA theme in your organisation to something really different.  The blogcast is here, and the files to replicate creating the … Continue reading

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What happens during the online Normal backup?

Mike Lee of the Exchange Team posted recently a good description of how a backup really works.  This is worth the read… Note: the following applies to “streaming” backups, not to the VSS backups.   Exchange transaction logs track all … Continue reading

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IMF and the Junk E-mail folder in Outlook

As usual, Evan Dodds explains everything we need to know about IMF! I’ve posted several IMF-related blog postings in the past — here, here, and here. In these posts, I’ve focused mainly on the gateway behavior of the IMF. This is … Continue reading

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How to use Mdbvu32.exe to identify and remove a delegate rule from a mailbox in Exchange Server

I recently ran into this exact issue and found this KB312433 article to resolve it. SUMMARY In Outlook clients, a damaged or corrupted delegate for a Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5, Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, or Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 mailbox … Continue reading

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Legacydn.exe: great tool idea, but only in a Lab???

In a MS KB324606 Article posted yesterday, Microsoft shows us a new tool, but don’t try to use it in production if there are more than one DC.   Summary: Legacydn.exe is a tool that you can use to perform the … Continue reading

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