Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Recently I've encountered a situation...
- An administrator had enabled an in-place archive on a few mailboxes
- He wasn't aware of what archiving would do to his users' mailboxes - End of story :(
The procedure of getting all the items back to the main mailbox is a bit complicated, mostly because the procedure must involve explicit connection to the user's mailbox, exporting the archive mailbox to PST and re-importing it back to the main mailbox.
There are tools out there that may help perform the above actions if you are willing to pay :)
This is why I wrote a cool...
Friday, September 9, 2016
Today I want to share with you a nice script that I wrote for an easy Public Folders migration from Exchange 2010 to Exchange Online.
I wrote this script because the procedure for migrating these Public Folders is totally manual and sometimes frustrating.
Please consider the following:
Requires Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP3 with Rollup 8
The script relies on this TechNet: Use batch migration to migrate legacy public folders to Office 365 and Exchange Online
You must download all the files from these locations:
My script can be downloaded from the TechNet Gallery:
All of the downloaded files must be placed...
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Office365: How to *properly* restore Archive-Data and disable an Archive-Mailbox.
This article describes the steps required to properly disable an archive mailbox while maintaining related data.
Author: Maor Bracha, Integration Team Leader.
Hello Office365 pros.
Recently I’ve been asked by several of my clients: “What happens to an Exchange Online Archive-Mailbox data once it’s disabled?”
To answer that question, I would quote the following TechNet article:
“Disabling the personal archive will remove the archive from the mailbox and mark it in the mailbox database for deletion. If you disable a personal archive, all information in the archive will be kept in the mailbox database...