Office 365 – Server-side vs Client-only Rules


Office 365 - Server-side vs Client-only Rules Rules are either server-side or client-only based on the conditions and actions you apply to them. Server-side rules    use conditions and actions handled by the Exchange server and these rules run whether or not you log into Outlook on your computer. Here's an example of a server-side rule:... Continue Reading →

Exchange 2013 Monitoring Mailboxes


Exchange 2013 Monitoring Mailboxes Introduction Exchange Server 2013 introduced a new feature called Managed Availability, which is a built-in monitoring system with self-recovery capabilities. Managed Availability performs continuous tests (probes) that simulate end-user actions, to detect possible problems with Exchange components or their dependencies. If probes are failing, it performs gradual simple recovery actions to bring... Continue Reading →

Steps to Disable Managed Availability in Exchange 2013 for few Health Checks


Steps to Disable Managed Availability in Exchange 2013 for few Health Checks    Managed availability is one of the best feature which is been introduced and it's an excellent feature from Exchange 2013. By using this feature it's very easy for monitoring the Exchange servers without adding any monitoring software pack like SCOM and few... Continue Reading →

Outlook clients repeatedly disconnect from and reconnect to Exchange Server 2013


Outlook clients repeatedly disconnect from and reconnect to Exchange Server 2013  You experience one or more of the following symptoms in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. Symptom 1 The Microsoft Outlook 2013 client, Microsoft Outlook 2010 client, or Microsoft Outlook 2007 client disconnects from the server that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. Shortly after the... Continue Reading →

Connect to Exchange Online Protection using remote PowerShell


Connect to Exchange Online Protection using remote PowerShell  https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn621036(v=exchg.160).aspx    On your local computer, open Windows PowerShell and run the following command. $UserCredential = Get-Credential In the Windows PowerShell Credential Request dialog box, type your Exchange Online Protection user name and password, and then click OK. Run the following command. $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.protection.outlook.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential... Continue Reading →

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