Category Archives: Exchange Server 2007

Using PowerShell to test SMTP

Using PowerShell to simplify the SMTP test in an Exchange Server or any other SMTP server.  Solution I’ve been using telnet for a while (since Exchange 5.5 to be honest)…

How to delete the default domain in Exchange Server 2016

Removing the default domain in Exchange Server 2016 using Exchange admin center. Solution When Exchange Server is deployed the default domain is going to be the FQDN of the Active…

Drown attack and Exchange Server

In this Tutorial we are going to check if an Exchange Server is vulnerable to the Drown attack, the same procedure can be used on any server that runs IIS,…

How to Remove an Exchange Server using ADSIEdit.msc

In some cases, an Exchange server can be beyond recover, and no longer necessary, and for this kind of situation the administrator may use ADSIEdit.msc to remove the server that…

Managing SPF and reverse DNS in Exchange Server (Part 2)

My second article of the Managing SPF and reverse DNS in Exchange Server was published Yesterday at MSExchange.org. Read more at source: http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2013/security-message-hygiene/managing-spf-and-reverse-dns-exchange-server-part2.html

Managing SPF Record

Last week my latest article at MSExchange.org was published and in this new series we are going over the process to manage SPF records, in the first article we show…

Rollup Update for Exchange Server 2007/2010 and Security Updates for 2013 Released Today!

Exchange Team has just released Rollup Updates for Exchange Server 2007/2010 and Security Updates for Exchange Server 2013. Update Rollup 2 For Exchange 2010 SP3 (KB2866475) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39835 Update Rollup 11…

How to … avoid Outlook Certificate issues when adding a new Exchange Server 2013 into your Exchange Organization

When adding a new Exchange server to the organization the administrator may receive some complaining  from the Service Desk where end-users are receiving Certificate errors on their Outlook, as shown…

BYOD Basics: Managing Smartphones and Tablets with Exchange ActiveSync

Anthony Bartolo blogged about ActiveSync integration with several mobile devices in the Canadian IT Pro Connection. In that post there is a fantastic matrix that describes each key feature and…

BYOD Basics: Managing Smartphones and Tablets with Exchange ActiveSync

Hello folks, Fellow Anthony Bartolo from the Canadian IT Pro Connection (CANITPro.net) blogged an interesting post about ActiveSync when managing BYOD. The matrix provided in the blog allows us with…