Exchange Autodiscover – The Active Directory SCP

In a previous post I explained how you can use a SRV record to resolve certificate issues with Autodiscover when your Internal domain isn’t the same as your Email domain. This time, I’m going to explain how to fix things by making changes to Exchange and Active Directory that will allow things to function normally without having to use a SRV record or any DNS records at all, for that matter.…

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Exchange Transaction Logs – Reducing the Confusion

Exchange Transaction Logs are, in my opinion, one of the most horribly documented parts of Exchange server. There’s a lot of misinformation out there as well as a lot of misunderstanding. If you look for an answer to questions that most people have about them, you’ll run across poorly written documentation that barely explains what they are, let alone how they work.…

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Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Failures

This is just a quick post that is meant to help people out who are having some issues with creating a Hybrid Configuration with Office 365 and Exchange 2010 SP3. There are some serious bumps in the road that you can come across when setting this up that may cause you to spend countless hours troubleshooting without any real success.…

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Exchange 2010 Relaying – How to use it, how to turn it off

Email Relay is one of the more annoying features of email servers. However, there are times it can be pretty useful. It’s annoying because Spammers love to exploit it, and it’s useful because it can allow you to centralize a lot of email services.

What is Email Relay?

Email relay is, quite simple, a feature that allows one email server to use another email server for sending mail.…

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