Exchange2010 – OAB/Outlook clients not downloading updated OAB

Issues: Outlook on Cache mode not updating..Disabling Cached mode on client manually fixes the problem. OWA is not affected at all. All changes are instantly reflected in OWA. Deleteing the


OAB…long time to download?

An offline address book (OAB) is a copy of a collection of address lists that has been downloaded so that a Microsoft Outlook user can access the information it contains

Office 2011

Exchange server 2010 CAS array to MAPI load balance – Detailed

Most of you guys must have experience the scenario when “Outlook connection lost….” even if you have Exchange server 2010 (with Edge, 2 clustered H&C and 2 DAG configured MB)

Active Directory

Configure EWS, Autodiscover, OWA, OAB, ECP on Exchange Server 2010

As you all know that the service connectivity for a mail server is the  main concern to all of us. In Exchange server 2010, the connectivity is as same as


Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 – Sneak-peak

Exchange Team Blog that provides the first public details about Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1).  SP1 will of course include fixes and enhancements in the areas customers have

Outlook Webapps

Exchange server 2010 – SAN certificate creation for autodiscover,EWS and OWA etc…!

Good News for installations guys out there, Exchange server 2010 SAN certificate creation very easy…click here to read my blog ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Exchange Management Console

Microsoft Outlook Web apps – Administrator login – new features

Did you know that when you have Exchange 2010 server in your organization and you login through Outlook Web Apps, with administrator account, you have a lot of options to


Exchange server 2007 to 2010 Live migration!!!! Live blog!!! Live Platform…real time scenario!!!

Please find on my blog, one page dedicated to this task…you can see it on my blog top page… or click here Exchange 2007        TO    

Exchange Management Console

Exchange 2010 Mailbox role – installation failed

Error Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Deployment.UpdateRmsSharedIdentity.Link() This error occurs because the federated built-in e-mail account that links to the computer account no longer exists. Or, the federated built-in e-mail account in the Active Directory directory