In this post we are going to look at using PowerShell to search and delete specific or all calendar meetings and appointments in an Exchange Mailbox. Using the Exchange Management Shell or remotely connecting to the Exchange Server in PowerShell. Query Results - You can use the below command to firstly check to see how many meetings … Continue reading Delete calendar meetings in a Mailbox using PowerShell – Exchange
In this post we are going to look at a simple method to identify all the folders and the folder-sizes a user has in their mailbox, including both default and user created folders. Using the Exchange Management Console, type in the command below to output both the path and size of each folder in a … Continue reading List and size of all folders – Exchange Mailbox – user created / default
In this post we are going to look at a list of useful Exchange PowerShell commands that should be apart of any Sysadmin's arsenal when managing an Exchange environment. Notes on regular expressions/wildcards: Three of the codes that I've found to be particularly useful and you will see being used in quite a few examples … Continue reading Useful Exchange PowerShell Commands – The Ultimate List.
In this post we are going to look at restoring mailbox data in Exchange using PowerShell. Using your backup software - load the tape or disk backups containing your Exchange databases around the proposed date. Then restore the database to a convenient location with enough disk space. After that copy over the Database and the … Continue reading Restoring a Mailbox or specific Mailbox data in Exchange
In this post we are going to look at one simple method of bringing down high CPU and Memory Usage on an Exchange server. The steps highlighted below are best preformed when you can identify that a large portion of the servers available resources are being taken up by the ISS worker and node runner … Continue reading Fix Exchange Server High CPU & Memory