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New Script to Get Percentage of Exchange t-logs per hour for Exchange design calculator
The Exchange Server Role Requirements Calculator has a great if seldom used feature to allow estimating of bandwidth needs between datacenters for replication traffic. The key to making this work is filling in the little chart of what percentage of a day's log files are created during each hour of the...
4 Oct 2013
Updated Snapshot report of Public Folder Usage Script
Updated my Snapshot report of Public Folder Usage Script: Fixed Last Modified Time so it actually works (dang typo) Added "Email Enabled" to report Added "Primary SMTP Address" to report if folder is email enabled Added Progress bar so you can tell it is actually still running You...
21 Feb 2013
Offline Address Book Full Download Fails if Hardware Load Balancer in use
I came across an interesting scenario relating to the use of a Hardware Load Balancer publishing Exchange Client Access Servers. This relates specifically to how CAS distributes OAB and how Outlook decides which files it needs to perform an OAB update. First, let's walk through how it is supposed...
9 Jan 2013
Snapshot report of Public Folder Usage (name, last access, items, etc)
This is a simple script that will dump info about your public folders to a csv file. The tricky bit here is that it combines data values from get-publicfolder, get-publicfolderstatistics and get-publicfolderclientpermissions into one CSV report. Find it at http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office...
4 Jan 2013
“The Public Group Cannot Be Displayed” error attempting to modify members of a large DL in Outlook with Exchange 2010
Ever see this error when you try to modify members of a large (1000+) member DL using Outlook when your mailbox is on Exchange 2010? "The public Group cannot be displayed. The operation failed" "The public group cannot be displayed. Too many names have been found in the directory service...
29 Nov 2012
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