I'm planning an exchange upgrade this summer and I was wondering if I could get away with keeping the name and IP of the existing 2003 server when its replaced with a new 2010 server. This would save a ton of time on the client side since they would not need to be reconfigured. I'm leery of trying this though since I'm not sure of the consequences if I try to migrate all of the mailboxes then swap the name and IP around.
This article will help to fix the below errors for MS Exchange Server 2016
I. Certificate error "name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site"
II. Out of Office not working
III. Make Internal URLs and Externa…
Exchange administrators are always vigilant about Exchange crashes and disasters that are possible any time. It is quite essential to identify the symptoms of a possible Exchange issue and be prepared with a proper recovery plan. There are multiple…
A short tutorial showing how to set up an email signature in Outlook on the Web (previously known as OWA).
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As many of you are aware about Scanpst.exe utility which is owned by Microsoft itself to repair inaccessible or damaged PST files, but the question is do you really think Scanpst.exe is capable to repair all sorts of PST related corruption issues?