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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PowerShell Error Correction Functions

One of the more annoying things that you have to deal with in building scripts that accept input from users is error correction. Error correction ensures that users who are using a script that requires some input from them (the location of a file, a menu with numbered selections they have to choose from, etc.) can’t input incorrect information and get confused by the weird errors that PowerShell throws out.…

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Removing Addresses from an Exchange Server with Powershell

This is probably a rare issue, but something I’ve come across in my work. Occasionally an Exchange Administrator may need to remove an Email address domain (The part of the email address that comes after the @ sign). For instance, you may be in a situation where a portion of the users in an Exchange environment are migrated to a Cloud based email solution.…

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