Hello folks, When you open a Windows PowerShell prompt you cannot run Exchange cmdlets into this prompt, the following error will be occuring: PS C:\Documents and Settings\admin.DOMAIN> Get-PublicFolderThe term ‘Get-PublicFolder’ is not recognized as a cmdlet, function, operable program, or script file. Verify the termand try again.At line:1 char:16+ Get-PublicFolder <<<<PS C:\Documents and Settings\admin.DOMAIN> So.. How can I start to use cmdlets in an existent PowerShell session without open the Exchange Management Shell? To do that we can use the Add-PSSnapin to load de Exchange Management Shell into the current PowerShell, as it follows: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Admin Best Regards,Anderson Patricio Technorati … Continue reading Running Exchange cmdlets through a PowerShell Session
Hello Folks, In Exchange Server 2007 the copy of NDRs is not enable by default. If you want to enable this please follow these procedures: First of all, create an appropriate mailbox to receive the content, and also add the email@example.com to this mailbox Internal NDRs: Set-OrganizationConfig -MicrosoftExchangeRecipientReplyRecipient “Postmaster Account” Note: This is set up at Organization level External NDRs: Set-TransportServer <Hub Server Name> -ExternalPostmasterAddress firstname.lastname@example.org Note: We have to use this cmdlet for each Hub Transport server of the organization. Choosing the NDRs that you want to receive Okay, now we have a copy of the NDRs, but the … Continue reading Copying NDRs to a mailbox in Exchange Server 2007
Hello Folks, I’ve seen a lot of posts about CAS-CAS Proxying in Exchange Server 2007. Then, I will go over some key points that we must not forget when we are deploying this kind of solution. These points can be seen below: 1 CAS Server in each site that has a MAILBOX server Only in the CAS which will be published on the internet you must set up the externalURL attribute with your external name All other “child” CAS servers must be set up with Integrated Authentication insted of forms authentication ExternalURL in the child sites must be emptySet-OwaVirtualDirectory <owa> -ExternalURL:$nullPs.: … Continue reading Exchange Server 2007 CAS-CAS Proxying Guidelines..
Hello folks, I treated this error yesterday at Microsoft Forums, and I think it may occur easily for all administrator that do not use english domain controllers. When you try to access Address List on OWA, you receive a message error like this: Request Url: https://<server-ip-address>:443/owa/forms/premium/DirectoryView.aspx?ae=AddressList&t=Recipients&a=Pick User host address: <ip-address>User: <user-name>EX Address: /o=XX/ou=GR/cn=RECIPIENTS/cn=SOMEONESMTP Address: <smtp-address>OWA version: 8.0.605.16 This error may occur if the OWA client and Domain Controller do not have the same locale setting. Microsoft has released a hotfix to fix it. You can check it out here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/919166/en-us Best Regards,Anderson Patricio
Hello folks, In the previous versions of Exchange Server we cannot play with the mailbox rules limit that is only 32kb (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886616). Using Exchange Server 2007 we can do that through Exchange Management Shell. Let’s see how to do that.. The cmdlet utilized to set up the mailbox is called set-mailbox: Set-Mailbox <mailbox> -RulesQuota:<size> Let’s change the user Alexandre to 256KB limit using set-mailbox, and after that let’s visualize the changes, as it follows: Ps.: This value is only for enabled rules, the disabled rules are not included in the amount of rules data. Best Regards,Anderson Patricio
Hello folks, I got the following error last week at Microsoft Exchange Technet Brazil forum. By the way, the user tried several times to install Exchange Server 2007 from scratch and in the both cases he got the same error, as it follows: Event Viewer error: The Outlook Web Access web application failed to initialize. Failed to parse file “themeinfo.xml” in theme folder “base”. There was an error parsing the XML file. Line 0, Position 0. OWA client side: Outlook Web Access did not initialize. An event has been logged so that the system administrator can resolve the issue. Please … Continue reading Outlook Web Access did not initialize error message after a new Exchange Server 2007 installation
Hello folks, The Exchange Server 2007 rollup update #3 was released last Thursday, you can check it out here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=e4f8c697-3a33-445e-a7c2-a2df53c40f85&DisplayLang=en To see what is fixed on this rollup update, you can check it out here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=935999 Best Regards,Anderson Patricio