Exchange Solutions

Going Deep with Architecture of Mailbox Dumpster in Exchange Server

In this article, we are going to see about the architecture of mailbox dumpster in Exchange system. Introduction: The Recoverable Deleted items folder is called Mailbox Dumpster. This folder has many invisible subfolders. They are called as parts of dumpster. Every mailbox is divided into two subtrees, they are IPM Subtree and non-IPM subtree. IPM stands for Interpersonal Messaging. IPM Subtree contains the normal visible folder like Inbox, sent items, drafts etc., Mailbox dumpster and its...

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How to Perform Single Item Recovery in Exchange Server

In this article, we are going to learn the concept of single item recovery and how to perform that method in Exchange system. Introduction: It often happens that the user might unintentionally delete the emails from the mailbox and wanted that to be recovered. There are different kinds of deletion, each one has its own way of recovery. Some might be easy while some kind of deletion is hard to recover. Exchange Admins should go for the backup to recover it.  But that is a tedious process...

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4 Most Common Issues in Exchange Database Availability Groups

In this article, we are going to see the most common issues that occurs during our troubleshooting in the member of Database Availability Group in the Exchange system. Introduction: Database Availability Group (DAG) takes care of the Mailbox High Availability, even though any of the server or the Database goes down and the mailboxes will be accessible by the end user through the passive copy. Hence the end-user will not see major difference. Even though users are able to access the mailbox,...

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