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Upload PSTs on Office 365 and import into accounts

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When migrating to Office 365, you may need to return the history of old mailboxes in the news using the PST archives. There are several ways to do this: Import from the Outlook client directly (I highly recommend this solution). IMAP copies from the Office 365 migration interface. Send PSTs on Microsoft servers for import. In this article, we will…

Office 365 with Active Directory Synchronization: Add an Alias to a Mailbox

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To add an alias to a mailbox in an Office 365 environment whose Active Directory is synchronized, you must use the local directory (On Premise) to add the alias in the proxyaddresses attribute. 1. Open the Active Directory Users and Computers console and verify that the Advanced Features view is enabled 1 . 2. Right-click on the user 1 then…


Exchange 2019: add a mailbox

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Introduction In this tutorial, we will see how to create a mailbox on Exchange 2019 using the admin interface. When creating a mailbox, there are two possibilities: Create a mailbox for an existing user in the Active Directory. Create a new user and the mailbox at the same time. Create a mailbox 1. On the administration interface go to recipients…

Exchange 2019: Add a database

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Introduction Using multiple databases to store mailboxes allows you to configure a different volume. Example: The DBMX01 database stores mailboxes with a 1GO quota and the DBMX02 database stores mailboxes with a 5GB quota. With this configuration, simply move the box from one base to another to change the volume. Add a database 1. On the ECP interface, go to…

Exchange 2016: how to set up a DAG

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In this tutorial, we’ll see how to set up a Database Availability Group (DAG) that makes the Exchange Highly Available (HA) databases available. This feature of Exchange makes it possible to put the databases that host the mailboxes in high availability, the databases replicate in “real time”. This solution ensures high availability of Exchange messaging services. A DAG consists of…

Exchange: Creating a Receive connector

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Presentation In this tutorial, we will see how to set up a Receive connector on Exchange to allow devices (copiers / firewall …) and applications to send email addresses to mailboxes that are hosted on Exchange. Creating the connector 1. Open the ECP interface and go to Mail Flow 1 / Receive Connectors 2 and click on + 3 .…

Exchange change a database mailbox

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Presentation In this tutorial, we will see how to change a database mailbox. This is done regularly in Exchange environments with multiple databases with different quotas (limits). Moving the mailbox allows it to have the new quotas linked to the database unless the limits have been changed directly from the box settings. Move the mailbox 1. Go to the Administration…

Exchange 2016: Installation and Configuration

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In this tutorial, we will see how to install and configure Exchange 2016. Exchange is a mail server designed by Microsoft, it is the professional version of Hotmail (Outlook). Environment An Active Directory domain. A Windows Server 2016 server that is a member of the domain with 3 partitions (OS / Data / Logs) Prérequis Download the latest version of Exchange…

Exchange: email rejected by Gmail

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Symptom Emails sent to GMAIL recipients do not receive emails. You receive a return message of this type: Our system has detected that this message does not meet IPv6 sending guidelines regarding PTR records and authentication Cause This problem is related to IPv6, the message header contains an IPv6 address and Gmail attempts to authenticate the shipping address. Solutions Solution…

Exchange: Removing Traces from an Exchange 2003 Server

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Context In an Exchange environment that has been upgraded several times, the old “active” servers may be kept in case something has been left out. If for some reason, the old servers have not been decommissioned and it is no longer possible to do so, we can have blockages in the administration (basic removal …). Solution It must be deleted…

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