Category Archive for: ‘Exchange Server’

How to add set Calendar access rights in Exchange

 If you want to view or set Calendar access rights in Microsoft Exchange you can do this very easy with powershell. With Exchange Server management shell calendar permissions can be managed using the *-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlets. These cmdlets can be used to manage permissions on any mailbox folder. However, this post will focus on calendar permissions. Get-MailboxFolderPermission Use the Get-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlet to view folder-level permissions in...

How to Install the Exchange 2010 Management Tools

The Exchange Server 2010 management tools can be installed on a computer running one of the following operating systems: Windows Vista 64-bit with Service Pack 2 Windows 7 64-bit Windows Server 2008 64-bit with Service Pack 2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Download the Exchange Server 2010 SP1 installation files and extract them to a temporary folder on your computer.  From that folder launch Setup.exe.  If your computer is missing either the .NET Framework or Windows PowerShell...

How to find which mailbox is linked to a specific email address using the Exchange shell (Exchange 2010/2007)

To get a list of recipients with a particular email address: get-recipient | where {$_.emailaddresses -match “socialmedia@xxxxx.com”} | select name,emailaddresses Click on the image for more...

Exchange 2010 how to determine the available free space on mailbox databases

Prior to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 the available free space was written in the eventlog as Event ID 1221. However in Exchange 2010 this event isn’t logged anymore, because the database maintenance runs constantly in the background (24hx7d). Deleted items and mailboxes which have passed the deleted item retention period are deleted almost immediately, instead of waiting for the next database maintenance window. To determine the available free space in an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox...

Exchange 2010 control panel how to set out of office reply for users on the server side

With Exchange 2010, it is possible to set an Out of Office message for a user on the server side without resetting / asking for their password or accessing their mailbox. To do so, access the Exchange Control Panel on a web browser using a URL as https://yourserver.yourdomain.com/ecp Then follow the steps below: From Mail > Options, select Another User (default My Organization). Select the user you want to configure the auto-reply for. In the new window, ensure the user's name...
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