Did you just get done setting up an Exchange 2013 server and everything seems to be working fine? Well, don’t break out the champagne yet if you haven’t changed the SMTP banner on your internet email Receive Connector! Read more
If you’re having trouble getting internal email working between users on a Microsoft Exchange Server (mine was Exchange 2013, but this should also apply to 2010 and other versions as well), here’s one easy thing to check: Read more
Have you ever set up a new Microsoft Exchange server and then found that users’ iPhones showed they had mail (who it’s from, to, subject, date, and a few characters of the body text), but trying to actually open and read the message resulted in the following error?
This message has not been downloaded from the server.
Is your Windows Server VM out of hard drive space? It’s always been possible to expand the space you’ve allocated its VM and then run some complicated disk utilities to get Windows to recognize the extra space and (usually) not break the in the process. But ever since Windows Server 2008 you now have a MUCH easier and more reliable way to expand the amount of space you’ve made available to Windows’s primary partition. Weirdly, not as many people know about this as I would’ve expected, so I present it to you here, on the off-chance that you figured there HAS to be a better way, and did a little searching… Read more