Manage Exchange 2010 Calendar Permissions Using Powershell

You can add  Calendar Permissions Using Powershell for users using the following command: if user2 needs to access user1's calendar Add-MailboxFolderPermission -identity “user1:\calendar” –user “user2” -AccessRights Reviewer the same can be done to give permission to a security group Add-MailboxFolderPermission -identity “user1:\calendar” –user “DomainName\securitygroup” -AccessRights Reviewer Below is the list of access rights and explanation None                                                   FolderVisible … Continue reading Manage Exchange 2010 Calendar Permissions Using Powershell

Insufficient System resources in Exchange 2010, disable back pressure/resource monitoring

Starting from Exchange 2007,  the edge transport service uses the system resource monitoring feauture to determine vital resources such as hard drive space and memory and take action in an attempt to prevent service outages. This can be a pain as the whole thing is calculated on a formula, 100 * (hard disk size - fixed constant) … Continue reading Insufficient System resources in Exchange 2010, disable back pressure/resource monitoring

Recover deleted Active directory user account and restore Mailbox in Server 2008 and Exchange 2010

Scenario:  Restore user account where the account was accidentally/ purposely deleted and the mailbox resides on an Exchange 2010 in a mixed 2003, 2008 environment. The deleted mailbox is now showing in disconnected mailboxes. The first step is to recover the deleted user account in AD. Hoping that you have left the tombstones on the … Continue reading Recover deleted Active directory user account and restore Mailbox in Server 2008 and Exchange 2010