Category Archives: Exchange 2010

The various picture resolutions supported by Exchange 2013 mailboxes

In researching what picture resolutions are supported by Exchange (and Lync 2013/Skype for business) I came across this MS Technet article stating the the following 3 resolutions used in Lync: 48 x 48 : Used if no higher resolution image is selected 96 x 96 : Used in Outlook Web App and Outlook 2013 648 x 648 […]

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PowerShell script to download attachments from an email

Recently I was asked to automate the process of grabbing an email from a mailbox and downloading all the attachments to a specified destination. The following script accomplishes this using the Exchange Managed Webservices API. A few notes about this script: It must be run by either the same account that owns the mailbox being […]

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Powershell script to sync select details of calendar entries from one calendar to another

Recently at work I received a request to sync the calendar of one of our employee’s to the iPhone of a person external to the company. After much deliberation between all of our internal IT teams we decided on the following method: Created an exchange mailbox that can’t send and receive email for the external […]

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PowerShell script to find all Active Sync devices on an Exchange 2010 server that haven’t synced in a specified amount of time

I published my 1st Powershell script to Technet’s Script repository and Poshcode.org. You can grab it here and below are the details of the script straight from the help file: .SYNOPSIS Get-InactiveActiveSyncDevices pulls all user mailboxes with an Active Sync partnership and then selects the Active Sync devices that haven’t synced in the specified period. […]

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Multiple Exchange accounts in Outlook 2010 and 2013

We have added a lot of new email domains at my company recently and one most common request from our users is to work with multiple Exchange mailboxes within Outlook 2010. This would normally be accomplished by giving the user full access to whatever additional mailbox they need access to. But this method had some drawbacks […]

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Make sure your Exchange 2003 server is fully removed before raising your AD Domain Functional Level

Though we completed our Exchange 2010 migration over a year ago we still kept our Exchange 2003 server around due to some hard-coded references in internally developed apps. Once those were taken care of we shutdown our Exchange 2003 server for a few months to make sure nothing else was still referencing it. After 6 months we […]

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How to change and then resume a failed New-MailboxImportRequest In Exchange 2010

Recently I had to import a handful of PST files into a our Exchange 2010 server using the New-MailboxImportRequest cmdlet, and did so without setting the -baditemlimit parameter. During the import one of the files threw an error. Despite the discoverability of PowerShell, I couldn’t quickly figure out how to restart the import with a newly specified bad […]

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Exchange 2010 mailboxes inherit IMAP folder views and attributes if imported from a PST dump of an IMAP account

I recently had to migrate 9 IMAP accounts from GoDaddy to our Exchange 2010 server. Since GoDaddy does not offer export services and it was only 9 accounts we decided to use a handful of Outlook profiles to connect to the GoDaddy IMAP accounts and pull down a full copy of the mailboxes. The exact […]

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How to quickly disable account access in AD and Exchange 2010

While testing the feasibility of a Bring Your Own Device policy with Exchange 2010 Active Sync we noticed some odd behavior with disabled accounts. One of the policies we decided on was that during an employee termination we would disable sending and receiving from an ActiveSync device before we removed Active Sync or wiped the […]

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Take care with SAN Certificates in Exchange 2010 when Outlook Anywhere is enabled with PC’s Running XP and Vista

The last pain point of our Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 upgrade was getting Outlook Anywhere working with our XP clients, the cause of which was due to my inexperience with security certificates. When we originally reviewed our requirements for Exchange 2010 we decided to go with a 20 slot Subject Alternative Name (SAN) Security […]

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