Category Archives: Exchange 2010

5.4.6 NDR Exchange 2003 in a Hybrid Configuration with Exchange 2010 and Office 365

We are currently performing a migration from a troubled Exchange 2003 infrastructure to Microsoft Office 365.  After some discussion we determined that it would be prudent to implement Exchange 2010 in a hybrid configuration with Office 365.  Overall the implementation went smooth and we were linked with Office 365 in no time. I did run [...]

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Where are my Outlook 2010 log files located???

I am currently buried deep in the midst of another issue with availability lookups or free/busy between Exchange systems.  Actually, this particular issue is between Office 365 and Quest’s Coexistence Manager for Lotus Notes.   As soon as we get the problem resolved, I’ll cover the particulars of this issue in a follow up post.  That [...]

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Client RPC Latency in Exchange 2010

This morning we had an issue where clients using one exchange server were experiencing tremendous latency when using Outlook, OWA or ActiveSync.  The RPC Latency should never exceed 250ms, and this server was running around 2000ms.  After some troubleshooting, I was able to clearly identify the cause of the problem for the Exchange 2010 server….  [...]

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Cross Forest Availability (Calendaring) in Exchange 2010

We are in the process of migrating 3500 users to a recently built exchange platform as part of an acquisition.  To give executives the ability to schedule meetings between the two companies, we recently configured the availability service to provide cross-forest functionality.  The process is simple enough when you have a forest trust in place: [...]

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Mass migrations using Prepare-MoveRequest.ps1 – The Power of Powershell Part 1

I do not consider myself to be a PowerShell god, demi-god or even a Holy Half-Dead who has seen the Underverse (2 bonus points if you know where that came from!)  There are plenty of people who know PowerShell better than I do.  But, I have to admit that sometimes I get to the end [...]

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