In some environments there are applications or even servers who wants to relay off the Exchange 2007 server. Default no servers are authenticated to relay, until you create a new Receive Connector.
Let’s have a look on that…
First off all, open your Exchange Management Console, Server Configuration, Hub Transport, Receive Connectors. Here we going to add a new custom Receive Connector, calling Relay Connector.
In this example the following servers are authenticated to relay of the Exchange 2007 Server.
(172.16.1.19, 172.16.1.20 and the range 172.16.1.200 – 172.16.1.210)
One of the features in Exchange 2007 is Outlook Web Access (OWA). This feuture was also available in the earlier versions of Exchange, but this OWA has changed in a copple of things. Its almost a complete web-based Outlook client.
Default all of the users have access to all the (new)features.
From the EMC (Exchange Management Console) go to Server Configuration, Client Access, Outlook Web Acces and open the Properties. After this go to the Segmentation tab.
Here you can enable or disable some features. Let’s customize our OWA website, and find the differents 😉
Two weeks after the publishing of Update Rollup 4 for Exchange 2007 SP1, the right version of Rollup 4 is official published by Microsoft, version 2 (KB952589).
You can download the files here.
Download Update Rollup 4 for Exchange 2007 SP1
With the following script you can yoin a workstation to a domain. Copy the script into notepad and save it as an batchfile.
netdom.exe JOIN %COMPUTERNAME% /Domain:corp.local
/UserD:WSimport /PasswordD:*** /OU:”OU=Workstations,DC=corp,DC=local”
Make sure the user you use in the script has administrative rights, so this user can join the workstations into de domain corp.local.
With the default installation of Windows 2008 Server, there will be created a file on the C: drive, called hyberfil.sys. To disable the hibernate function, you can use the following commando in de command prompt.
powercfg -h off
See the differents before, and after.
With the following commando, you can perform an offline defragmentation of the maildatabase. Be sure that you dismount the specific database before you start the commando.
“D:\ExchSvr\Bin\eseutil.exe” /d “E:\SG1MD1\SG1MD1.edb” /t “D:\TEMP\temp_defrag.edb”
The path to the de maildatabase can be different in some environments, so you have to change that path manualy.
E:\temp\temp_defrag.edb is the path and filename for the tempdatabase. This can also changed manualy.
Make sure you dismount the specific mailstore.