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Exchange is the server side of a collaborative application product that is part of the Microsoft Server infrastructure. Exchange's major features include email, calendaring, contacts and tasks, support for mobile and web-based access to information, and support for data storage.

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In this video we install Exchange 2019 unattended vs the other video we did in the series using the GUI.
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In this video, we run the installation of Exchange 2019 using the GUI, we encounter an error and I show you how to resolve it. This video is long because the setup runs from start to finish.
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In this video we take a look at the Exchange Admin Center (EAC) and the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) after our installation in Part 5. We also look at IIS and checking bindings and explaining how to change them.
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In this video we look at installing the prerequisites for Exchange 2019.  This includes Visual C++ 2013 and .NET 4.8, after the server is rebooted then you can proceed with the UCMA runtime installation.
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In this video, we take a look at the tweaks you need to do to join your Azure Exchange server to the domain created in Part 2.
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In this second video, we look at installing the role "Active Directory domain services" and then promoting the server to a domain controller.

The installation takes a few minutes but this all depends on your environment and resources assigned to your lab.

Part 3 will step through joining your Exchange server to the domain created in this step.
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In this video, we take a look at working in the Azure portal and creating a virtual machine to use for our Exchange 2019 lab. We go through each option and explain what the different sections are for and what to select.
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In this video, we take a look at how much easier it is to setup an Exchange account on Office 2019
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In this video we take a look at the steps to recover the Exchange Security Groups in AD. They could have been deleted on purpose or be corrupted.

We work with the LDP tool as well as taking a look at ADSIEdit and running the Exchange setup using the /PrepareAD switch to have the groups re-created.
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In this video we take a look at the steps to perform a recovery installation of Exchange 2016.
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In this video we look at granting users access to do mailbox imports and exports. By default this role does not exist an has to be created.
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In any organization, there comes a time when new versions of Exchange are introduced and the need to mailbox moves occurs. The default move limit applied to Exchange might be sufficient for small companies but in larger organization these might change to speed up the process, in this example we look at changing these limits.
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In this video we take a look at the standard settings applied on the organizational level for the Outlook Web Access or Outlook on the Web (OWA)  timeout.

By default it is 6 hours but we walk through the steps of changing it to a smaller value to protect the user when opening OWA in a public area etc.
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In this video we take a look at the commands you can run in earlier versions of Exchange and the warning you get when running legacy commands vs running the new commands.
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In this video we take a look at what PowerShell commands are run when you click on a link. In Exchange 2010 it does it automatically but in Exchange 2013, 2016 and 2019, you first need to open the "show command logging" page for it to capture where you click.
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Exchange 2013/2016 and 2019 write log files to the logging directory and this directory contains many folders with many logs. The PowerShell script that I created checks the size of the directory and allows you to navigate straight to them.
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In this video, we take a look at firstly when a user was created in Active Directory and also when a mailbox for the user was created in Exchange.
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In this video we look at multiple ways to check the status of a DAG in your environment.

You can either use the command Get-databaseavailibilitygroup * which will show you all DAG's in the environment or you can view it by server or by an individual DAG.
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In this video, we look at using the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to firstly check the current settings for Admin Access and then we run a script to disable access.

Once done you can do an IISreset and you need to wait for replication. Once all is complete, you can run the first script again to check the status and you will notice it changed from True to False.
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In this video, we look at changing the URL's for the following services:

1. Autodiscover
2. EWS
3. OAB
4. MAPI
5. AS
6. OWA

We step through each one and I left an old server name in to show you that it will error out if incorrect. Once done, you can perform an IISReset and you need to wait for replication in your environment.
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Exchange 2013, 2016 and 2019 have a logging directory that accumulate a lot of log files including performance logs, ETL and IIS logs.

The backups do not remove these log files and over time, they can accumulate 20GB and upwards. This video shows you where to look for them and how to tweak exchange and remove them with a PowerShell script and also run it on a scheduled task.
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In today's world, any protocol that is vulnerable is attacked and allows a remote attacker to gain access to the system and compromise your environment.

In this video we look at how you can launch the IIS Crypto application and navigate through the Schannel options and turn off older algorithms like DHE etc.
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Please check the video also in regards to recovery of deleted emails from office 365 admin center and through the MFCMAPI tool.

I have mentioned each and every step with the proper steps that need to be taken care of.
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In this video I will demonstrate how to set up Nine, which I now consider the best alternative email app to Touchdown.
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This video tutorial shows you the steps to go through to set up what I believe to be the best email app on the android platform to read Exchange mail.
 

01. Get the app on your phone

The first step is to make sure you have the Samsung Email app on your phone. You can download it from the play store.

02. Launch the app

Start the Samsung email application

03. Add Account

Next you will need to add your exchange email account to the app by entering your email address, account password and server credentials

04. Security

You will need to say okay to several security screens.

05. Selecting how much and how many emails to sync

Next you will want to select how much email you want to sync to your device.  This will also determine how long your sync will take.  The more email you want to sync the longer it will take to sync, at least the first time.

06. Change the settings of your Account

In the next step, you will have the opportunity to setup how your email will sync, what folders/subfolders you want to sync, and other settings in your email.
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Exchange

205K

Solutions

73K

Contributors

Exchange is the server side of a collaborative application product that is part of the Microsoft Server infrastructure. Exchange's major features include email, calendaring, contacts and tasks, support for mobile and web-based access to information, and support for data storage.