Category Archives: Microsoft Exchange

Installing a self-signed SAN SSL certificate on your Exchange Server

Installing a self-signed SAN SSL certificate on your Exchange Server There are many articles on the web about installing self-signed SSL certificates, but most of them assume multiple servers in a corporate environment & a certain level of knowledge and … Continue reading

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Modify message size limits in Exchange 2010

1. Modify  Global settings Organization Configuration->Hub Transport->Global Settings->Properties of Transport Settings Modify   transport send/receive limits. 2. Modify Send Connector Organization Configuration->Hub Transport->Send Connectors->Properties of Default Send Modify send connectors default maximum message size 3. Receive Connector Server Configuration->Hub Transport->Receive Connectors … Continue reading

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In ADSI Edit you do not see the Configuration container

This one drove me crazy. Many help articles start with  " start adsiedit and browse to CN=Configuration CN=Services ….." . I could not see CN=Configuration to save my life. After hours of hair pulling I found this article Thanks David http://www.kineticcomputer.com/tips/1103-cannot-see-configuration-container-in-adsiedit.htm

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Default Offline Address List is pointing to Deleted Objects container of Active Directory

Process mad.exe () (PID=2356). Object [\Default Offline Address List]. Property [PublicFolderDatabase] is set to value [domain name /Configuration/Deleted Objects/Public Folder Database DEL:9e3c1a6b-7c91-4fe4-b32c-cca73a355533], it is pointing to Deleted Objects container of Active Directory. This property should be fixed as soon as … Continue reading

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