Customize Exchange 2016 Outlook on the Web Sign in Page

Introduction Outlook on the web (formerly known as Outlook Web App or Outlook Web Access) is a browser-based exchange client that let you access your mailbox from almost any web browser supported by Microsoft Exchange. Once you’ve installed Exchange 2016 in your organization, one of the optional step that you might want to perform is to customize Exchange 2016 Outlook on the Web Sign in Page to provide a corporate look and feel to the end users. In this blog post,

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Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration – Part 1

Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration

Introduction With the release of Exchange 2016, Microsoft brings latest cloud based enhancements of Office 365 to on prem version of Exchange. In this series, We will go through the steps required for Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 migration and move mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to 2016 to let the users to use new features of Exchange 2016. In this series, I’m going to use my test environment where I’ve 1 Exchange 2010 Standard Server deployed with Active Directory running

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Remove Exchange Server using ADSI Edit

What is ADSIEdit? Active Directory Service Interfaces Editor is a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol editor that you can use to manage objects and attributes in Active Directory. It provides a detailed view of every object and attribute in your Active Directory forest. You can query, view and modify attributes using ADSIEdit. Important: ADSI Edit must be handled with care. Modifying the attributes using ADSIEdit can cause significant issues with your infrastructure if something is done in a wrong way. When to

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Understanding Office 365 Cutover Migration

What is Cutover Migration? Office 365 provides multiple migration option to the customers based on source messaging systems. We can either use Office 365 based native migration tools or we can leverage 3rd party toolset like BitTitan, Quest and many more tools to migrate mailbox data from source messaging system to office 365. Cutover Migration is defined as “The process of migrating on premises Exchange mailboxes to office 365 in a single migration batch. Migration batch migrate on premises mailboxes,

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Rename Exchange 2016 Default Database

Just like previous version of Exchange, Exchange 2016 installation also creates a default database with the name “Mailbox Database 123456789” in default installation directory. In my case, the default database is being created at If you installed Exchange to the default path then the mailbox will be stored in “C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\”. It’s not recommended to install Exchange server on operating system drive. One of the Exchange 2016 Post-Installation step is to rename the default database as per the naming

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