Tag Archives: Exchange Server

A Script To Delete ALL Of The Attachments In A Single Exchange Server Mailbox (use with care!)

I recently wrote an article describing how to delete all of the attachments from all of the mailboxes on an Exchange Server. Today, it occurred to me that it would probably be more useful to remove all the attachments from ...

Let Your .local Users Log Into Outlook Web App 2010 By Using Their Email Addresses

I'm sure that the .local Top Level Domain (TLD) must be by far the most commonly used domain name out there. And all users in a .local TLD will have a User Principal Name (UPN) in the form username@domain.local. It's ...

A simple tool to send EWS requests to your Exchange server.

I was looking for something that I could use to easily and quickly send SOAP requests to my Exchange 2010 server.  If there's already something out there, I've completely failed to find it.  Anyway, I thought I would just write ...

How to reply to an item in a Public Folder using Exchange Web Services (EWS)

I recently found out that Exchange Web Services cannot satisfactorily reply to an item in a Public Folder.  Communicating with MicroSoft via the TechNet Exchange Development forum reveals that, in fact, it has never been able to do so, and it ...

A Script To Delete ALL Of The Attachments In ALL Of Your Exchange Server Mailboxes (use with care!)

(Edit) If you want a script to delete the attachments in a single mailbox, go here. If you really are looking for the nuclear option, read on... Did you ever want to just delete all of the attachments in all of ...

Adding reCAPTCHA Validation To Your Outlook Web App 2010 Forms-Based Authentication Logon Page

I have written Outlook Web App Captcha articles before, but since I recently encountered the reCAPTCHA utility, I thought it would be an interesting exercise to see if I could somehow incorporate that into the OWA 2010 Forms-Based Authentication (FBA) ...

The application will not be available for recovery from this backup. Consistency check failed for component Microsoft Exchange Server.

About once a week, if I can remember, I backup my Exchange stores. Since I'm a developer, I don't have lots of 'real' mailboxes to worry about, and therefore my backup regime is rather, um, lax. Once every few months ...