Microsoft Exchange server is part of my every days for over 10 years now.
Back in 2009 I took part in building up a Microsoft HMC 4.5 platform and from this point on I felt Microsoft Exchange Server was the one for me .
Mailboxes provisioned through HMC were created on Exchange 2007 servers at that time.
HMC went and Exchange 2010 Hosted took its place, later Exchange 2013 and now Exchange 2016 – both multi tenant.
Hosting mailboxes for different customers means a challenge to satisfy the various individual demands within the boundaries of a shared environment.
Spending hours on search engines to track down the source of a certain problem is, unfortunately, part of an Exchange admin’s life.
The purpose of this blog is to contribute to solve certain scenarios and get around problems you cannot really avoid to occur from time to time.
Technically on the job I enjoy to expand my knowledge and discover new things in PowerShell. Privately I spend ( hopefully 😉 ) creative time on creating websites, when my time allows it.
This blog , beyond the focus on Exchange Server,is my CSS, HTML and a little bit of PHP playground.
Except for a few exception I do all grafics on my own. I love it, but it can be very time-consuming.
Since I did not focus only on PowerShell you can find posts ranging from common Outlook issues to server side tasks and PowerShell scripts on this blog..
Thank you for reading. Feel free to comment if you found anything helpful or have other solutions , tested , in place.
Have a nice day.
Plesae don’t get me wrong, no Know-it-all behaviour. When you implement something, test before you apply it in a production environment.