Category Archives: Exchange 2010

Exchange Recipient Types

Exchange recipients are used to send and receive exchange mail, Active directory object or resources that send and receive messages are called Exchange recipient (like User object and Group object in Active Directory) in Exchange 2010 environment different types of Exchange recipient available and each recipient type is represented by a unique features

Most command [Continue reading]

Exchange 2010 Archiving

Exchange 2010 Archiving

Email archiving is the one of the difficult part in a messaging environment, not only for messaging administrators it affect the end user and the business, since email it’s a business critical application and it’s essential to preserve the critical mails, we normally use PST to archive the old mails if the … [Continue reading]

Features Removed from the Exchange 2010

Any new product have improvement with its older version and some of features are removed to provide better design, like wise in Exchange server 2010 the below features are removed or no longer available.


1. LCR (Local Continuous replication) and SCC (Single Copy Clusters) are no more available in Exchange 2010, you can use Database Availability Groups (DAG), using this … [Continue reading]

Exchange 2010 Features

Features of Exchange 2010 (New functionality of Exchange server 2010)

Exchange server 2010 have many features compare to its earlier version Exchange server 2007 and Exchange 2003, some of the features are listed below

Exchange server 2010 feature list

1. CCR (Cluster continuous Replication) and SCR (Standby Continuous Replication) has been combined and presented a new feature call Database Availability … [Continue reading]

Disk performance change in Exchange 2010

Disk performance change in Exchange 2010 (IOPS)

Yes there is big architecture change in Exchange 2010, Exchange server 2010 able to provide 70% more performance compare to Exchange 2007, I will explain this in detail in this article.


In a simple way each Exchange mailbox server has to communicate to storage disk in order to make the changes, changes happen … [Continue reading]

Active Directory Schema Update/Schema Version

Active Directory Schema update
Schema update is nothing but extend the schema to support new operating system and applications features

Normally schema update done for applications like Exchange and SCCM, schema update also done for operating systems, Active Directory to support the new operating system and same time OS with new release, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2 … [Continue reading]