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Analyseur de connectivité à distance de Microsoft

Analyseur de connectivité à distance de Microsoft

How to configure a POP3 account in Outlook 2010 (Exchange 2010) : Microsoft Exchange 2010 In Windows 7, open the Start menu, then click on Control Panel. Click on User accounts. Click on Mail. Click on Show Profiles. Retrieve and Set VM Advanced Configuration (VMX... UPDATE: From PowerCLI 5.1 these functions are no longer required as they have been included in the *-AdvancedSetting cmdlets. The following functions are used to retrieve infromation from a VM or multiple VM's advanced configuration or VMX file and also used to Set a configuration for a single or multiple VMs. Note: The first function was taken from the "VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference" book which can be found here: Exchange 2010 Recoverable Items folder TotalDeletedItemsSize issue! « This is a tip to address an issue where Exchange 2010 TotalDeletedItemsSize remains unaltered after trying to empty it out. As per TechNet: Clean Up the Recoverable Items Folder: Search-Mailbox “username” -SearchDumpsterOnly –DeleteContent Should do it but seems like it won’t clear TotalDeletedItemsSize

Understanding Exchange ActiveSync Reporting Services: Exchange 2010 Help Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2 Topic Last Modified: 2012-10-30 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange ActiveSync offer many different features for both users and administrators. As an administrator, it's important that you know the volume and usage patterns of your deployment. This information can help you effectively manage your Exchange ActiveSync deployment, better understand user productivity, and plan for future needs. Reporting in Exchange ActiveSync for Exchange 2010 is a Windows PowerShell task that compiles a set of Internet Information Services (IIS) logs and processes to create a series of output files.

Managing Certificates in Exchange Server 2010 (Part 1) In the initial article of this article series we will check the planning portion of requesting a new certificate and see some hints that can be useful to your environment during the process. If you would like to read the other parts in this article series please go to: Introduction A long time ago when the messaging system was ruled by Exchange Server 2000/2003 the Internet Information Service was the way to go to manage certificates. And the process wasn’t that complicated however certificates were not a requirement at that time which means for those who installed the product using the default settings everything would be fine without using certificates. However this situation changed with Exchange Server 2007 which brought the certificate requirements to a higher level with built-in self-signed certificates created as part of the installation process, web services, autodiscover and so forth.

Setting up static ports for Exchange 2010 CAS Server and Mailbox Server « CAS server or Client access server was introduced in Exchange 2007. With Exchange 2010, users/outlook/MAPI clients connect to the RPC Client Access service on the Client Access Server to access mailbox information from a mailbox server. If you ask me, which is the most important role in exchange 2010 I would say “CAS” “CAS” and only “CAS”. Now the reasons are obvious. Autodiscover, OAB, Availability, Exchange ActiveSync (mobile), Outlook web app, Outlook anywhere access, POP/IMAP and now on top of all this now all Outlook users connect to CAS server too which completes the list.

Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Logging Applies to: Exchange 2007, 2010, 2013 Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) mailbox logs are protocol-level logs that show the traffic between Exchange and the EAS device. This is assuming of course, that the device actually connects, gets past IIS, and into Exchange code. When troubleshooting EAS issues, this is often the most useful piece of information. Gathering these logs can be quick if you use PowerShell to do so, versus gathering them via ECP under Options -> Phone -> Mobile Phones. PowerShell Method Clint Boessen's Blog: Flush Transaction Logs in Exchange This article applies to all versions of Exchange from 5.5 to 2010. The following knowledge base article gives you all the fruit about flushing transaction logs but I assume you just want to know how to do it right? Your Exchange Logs get deleted when your database backup completes. When your exchange server receives an email it dumps the email to the transaction logs. When the exchange server free's up it then plays these logs into the database.

Welcome to Outlook Exchange There may be a time when you will be required to allow anonymous LDAP access to the Active Directory, to allow users to search the address book. A typical example we had for this need was a recent rollout where there were a number of MAC's that were too underpowered to use the Outlook client for MAC's. It was decided to use their existing IMAP client, which used an LDAP address book. LDAP works fine by default with Exchange 2000, however, it is only enabled to be used by authenticating clients. Obviously, the MAC clients do not authenticate to Active Directory. Active Directory supports LDAP searches through Port 389 (Local domain), and Port 3268 (Global Catalogue, all domains in the forest), so if you are restricting access to these ports through an internal firewall (or wish external access), you will need to open these ports up.

Dissecting ActiveSync logs in Exchange Server 2010 Exchange Server 2010 compiles rich logging information, which can be invaluable for troubleshooting ActiveSync... By submitting your email address, you agree to receive emails regarding relevant topic offers from TechTarget and its partners. You can withdraw your consent at any time. Contact TechTarget at 275 Grove Street, Newton, MA. Generate Exchange Environment Reports using Powershell sample Verified on the following platforms This script is tested on these platforms by the author. It is likely to work on other platforms as well. Troubleshooting Exchange ActiveSync and reading IIS logs « In this article I will try cover my way of troubleshooting Exchange ActiveSync issues from Server side and client side. Recently I had an issue where users on one of the Exchange 2007 servers “ONLY” weren’t able to sync their mobile device. My way of troubleshooting flows this way which I will explain in detail: Isolate the issue be for user, device, server or organization and a test mobile deviceRead IIS logs and look at the error’s if anyConfirm Authentication settings on IIS VDir’s for CAS and MBX rolesLook at CPU utilization for w3wp.exe on all CAS serversRead event logs and filter MSExchange ActiveSync event in 10xx seriesConfirm ADPermission for internet facing CAS servers on “ms-Exch-EPI-Token-Serialization” Isolate the issue be for user, device, server or organization wide