Removing default Exchange databases

Every time when you install new Exchange servers, one default mailbox will be created. Of course, each default database has a impractical name, such as Mailbox Database 0123456789. The most Exchange administrators don’t like default names, and like to create their own names. In some moment, you will probably want to remove default database, because “it…

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Event ID 4113: Unexpected Error . . .

As Exchange administrator, did you ever seen event error log Event ID 4113: Unexpected Error When calling the Microsoft Exchange Active Directory Topology service on server? Event is repeated every 15 minutes, but everything works without problems. You must agree, the problem is totally weird and creating unnecessary anxiety. Especially when you find how to fix the problem….

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Database Portability

Database portability is a feature that enables an Exchange Server mailbox database to be moved to or mounted on any other Mailbox server in the same organization, provided the target Mailbox server has databases with the same database schema version. You might be wondering why this is necessary, but I had a few cases where the…

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