Tag Archives : Exchange


Our SBS (Small Business Solution) Options with Standalone and Cluster Hardware Considerations

Original Here: MPECS Inc. Blog: MPECS Inc. Blog: Our SBS (Small Business Solution) Options with Standalone and Cluster Hardware Considerations We’ve received a number of questions about the “How” we present our SBS to prospective and existing clients. Our primary focus is on what we have provided with Small Business Server starting with SBS 2003 […]


Set Exchange 2010 and 2013 Internal and External Virtual Directory URLs in PowerShell 5

Original Posted Here:  MPECS Inc. Blog: Set Exchange 2010 and 2013 Internal and External Virtual Directory URLs in PowerShell Here are the elevated PowerShell commands to run to set the virtual directory URLs Get-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory -server EXCHANGE | Set-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory -ExternalUrl ‘https://mail.DOMAIN.ca/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync’ -InternalUrl ‘https://mail.DOMAIN.ca/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync’ Get-AutodiscoverVirtualDirectory -server EXCHANGE | Set-AutodiscoverVirtualDirectory -ExternalUrl ‘https://mail.DOMAIN.ca/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml’ -InternalUrl ‘https://mail.DOMAIN.ca/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml’ Get-ECPVirtualDirectory -server EXCHANGE | […]


SBS 2003 R2 Premium Migration to 2012 R2 Domain and Exchange 2013

Original Here: MPECS Inc. Blog: SBS 2003 R2 Premium Migration to 2012 R2 Domain and Exchange 2013 We are beginning our adventure migrating our last SBS 2003 R2 Premium server setup to a completely new setup. We used the ShadowProtect backup image to restore to our Hyper-V server and utilized the Hardware Independent Restore process […]


Public Folder problem caused by Client-side Outlook Security update

Just a heads up. If any of your clients have a user that complains that they can’t access public folders, they may be having a problem with a recent client-side Outlook 2007 security update. If they attempt to access public folders and are getting this error: Cannot expand the folder. The attempt to log on […]


Giving one user access to another's mailbox via PowerShell

There are plenty of reasons why you might want to give one user access to another user’s mailbox. The first user may be in the hospital, or under HR review, or maybe they’ve been dropping the ball lately and management need to make sure that certain projects have been followed up on. It’s not really our job to care. The fact is, Bill in management has requested that you give Paul Stanley access to Gene Simmon’s mailbox, and for various reasons, logging on to Gene’s mailbox to set these permissions up is not a good option. For one, you’d only be able to delegate access to certain primary folders, not to the whole mailbox, and second, you’d have to know Gene’s password to do that. Because you are a smart admin, you tell Bill you can take care of it easily from the server.