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August 2013 Entries

Verify connectivity to Exchange 2013

verifying connectivity from outlook to Exchange


Moving users to exchange 2013

how to move users from an Exchange legacy environment to exchange 2013


Enabling Circular logging in Exchange 2013

Enabling circular logging in Exchange 2013


Configuring Outlook to use Outlook Anywhere

How to force outlook to connect only through Outlook Anywhere / RPC over HTTPS


Exchange 2013: OAB configuration

How to create a new OAB in Exchange 2013 and assign it to a database


Exchange 2013: Database Availability Group configuration

In todays article we are going to have a look at configuring (creating) a DAG in Exchange 2013, adding a server to it and adding a database copy to a mailbox database.


Exchange 2010: Enable Outlook Anywhere

how to enable Outlook anywhere on Exchange 2010


Exchange 2013: Configuring the virtual directories

Part 3 of the migration requires us to configure the virtual directories in Exchange 2013.


Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Migrating to 2013 is a multi step process but not all that complicated. In a series of articles I will got through each of these steps to demonstrate just how easy this process is. I won’t go in to detail on why we are doing what we are doing or how to size your exchange 2013 deployments in these series, but expect to see some information about those topics Installing Exchange 2013 Importing and exporting certificates Configuring the exchange virtual directories Enable outlook anywhere Configuring ......

Exchange 2013 Migration: Importing and exporting the exchange certificates

Step 2 in the migration process from Exchange 2010 to 2013 is to export and import the right certificates on to your CAS servers. In this article we'll go through that process...


Installing Exchange 2013 CU1

To start of the migration path to Exchange 2013 we have to install it first of all! In this post we'll have a look at how we configure the prerequisites as well as installing the actual software itself...