Monthly Archives: October 2008

disable ActiveSync in E2K3 & E2K7

Set-CASMail does not work with Exchange 2003 SP2, the error is as bleow: Set-CASMailbox : Property ActiveSyncEnabled cannot be set on this object because 0.1 (8.0.535.0) or later. Current version of the object is 0.0 (6.5.6500.0).   How Do I Programmatically … Continue reading

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E2K7 CCR “initializing” status

Q: After rebooting the passive node, the Copy Status on several storage groups remains on Initializing for long periods of time. If dismount/mount it, the status goes back to Healthy.   A:The copy status will remain in initializing until a … Continue reading

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Raid & BBWC

Array Performance Tuning Strip size (chunk)   too large – Results in poor load balancing across the drives    too small – Results in many cross-stripe transfers (split I/Os), and reduced performance   Mixed read/write: Accept the default value … Continue reading

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Windows 2003 Scalable Networking pack and its possible effects on Exchange – Part 2 [Follow Up] need to fix this in all E2K3 & new setup E2K7 servers .  SNP hotfix rollup package  (09/10/2008) HP NC373i forums discussion reading

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E2K7 Scripts

Microsoft E2K7 Script Repository   Exchange Reverse Permission audit Powershell Gui version 2 E2K7   Version 5 of the Mailbox Size Gui Script for Exchange 2007   Showing Mailbox Rights and Send-as/Receive As rights in Powershell Exchange … Continue reading

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E2K7 Blogs list

Troubleshooting Exchange 2007 VSS Backups   iPhone 2.0; Welcome to Exchange! Help Us Improve the Transport Rules Experience Exchange 2007 Performance Counters and Thresholds   A study of Exchange 2007 SP1 Hub throughput with different message … Continue reading

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How To –

  Two Minute Drill: Enabling Print Queue Logging   Command-Line Compression in Core

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