Exchange Q&A: Exchange Administration (4)

1.How many improvements to the Exchange database architecture that Exchange Server 2007 includes?

  • Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) improvements;
  • Public folders are no longer used for system data;
  • Added customization opportunities;
  • Database architecture changes.

2.What factors influence a sizing capacity plan for Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox Databases?

  • Mailbox storage quotas;
  • Database white space;
  • Mailbox database recoverable items;
  • Actual mailbox size;
  • Content indexing;
  • Offline database maintenance;
  • Recovery database;
  • Database size;
  • Database growth overhead;
  • Log Capacity;
  • Backup and Restore Factors;
  • Move Mailbox Operations;
  • Log Growth Overhead Factor;
  • High Availability Factors;
  • LUN Capacity Planning;
  • Preventing the total consumption of transaction log disk space;
  • Troubleshooting unexplained growth in Transaction logs.

3.How to create a database located at D:\MailboxDatabases named “Mailbox Database 3” on using Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

New-MailboxDatabase -Server MailboxServer -Name “Mailbox Database 3” -EdbFilePath D:\MailboxDatabases\db3.edb

4.How to get properties of the Mailbox Database for example “Mailbox Database 1”?

Run the following command:

Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity “Mailbox Database 1” -Status | Format-List

5.How to move Mailbox Database for example “Mailbox Database 1” to a new path?

Run the following command:

Move-MailboxDatabase -Identity “Mailbox Database 1” -EdbPath D:\TheNewMailboxDatabasesPath

6.How to mount for example “Mailbox Database 3” using Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Mount-Database -Identity “Mailbox Database 3”

7.How to dismount for example “Mailbox Database 3 using Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Dismount-Database -Identity “Mailbox Database 3”

8.How to remove for example “Mailbox Database 3” using Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Remove-Database -Identity “Mailbox Database 3”

9.What are the permissions that we can assign to delegates for mails and groups in Exchange Server?

Full Access:

Allows the delegate to open the mailbox, and view, add and remove the contents of the mailbox. Doesn’t allow the delegate to send messages from the mailbox;

Send As:

Allows the delegate to send messages as if they come directly from the mailbox or group. There is no indication that the message was sent by the delegate.

Send on Behalf:

Allows the delegate to send messages from the mailbox or group. The From address shows that the message was sent by the delegate. However, replies to these messages are sent to the mailbox or group, not to the delegate.

10.How to assign the Full Access permission to mailboxes using the Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Add-MailboxPermission -Identity Equipment1 -User MailUser1 -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All

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