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How to schedule Exchange Mailbox Manager Tasks

How to schedule Exchange Mailbox Manager Tasks

1.Open the Exchange System Manager.
2.Select the Exchange server that will run the Mailbox Manager tasks.
3.Click the Action menu and select Properties.
4.Click the Mailbox Management tab.
5.Select the Start Mailbox Management Process option if you want to specify one of the predefined schedules.
6.If you want to create your own schedule, click Custom.
7.Select the Reporting option to send a report to the administrator account indicated on the Administrator tab.
8.Select the Administrator option if you want to specify the administrator account to which reports should be sent.
9.Click OK.

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How to configure mailbox cleanup tasks

How to configure mailbox cleanup tasks

1.Open the Exchange System Manager.
2.Navigate to the recipient policies container.
3.Select the recipient policies container.
4.Select the Action menu and select New and then Recipient Policy.
5.On the New Policy dialog box, select the Mailbox Manager Settings option.
6.Click OK.
7.Provide a name for the mailbox cleanup policy in the Name field.
8.Click the Modify tab.
9.Specify policy membership for the cleanup policy and then click OK.
10.On the Recipient Policy Change dialog box, click OK.
11.Click the Mailbox Manager Setting (Policy) tab.
12.Specify the mailbox-cleanup options.
13.Click OK.

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How to create a report using the Exchange Mailbox Manager

How to create a report using the Exchange Mailbox Manager

1.Open the Exchange System Manager.
2.Navigate to the recipient policies container.
3.Select the recipient policies container.
4.Select the Action menu and select New and then Recipient Policy.
5.On the New Policy dialog box, select the Mailbox Manager Settings option.
6.Click OK.
7.Provide a name for the mailbox recipient policy in the Name field.
8.Click the Modify tab.
9.Specify policy membership for the mailbox policy and then click OK.
10.On the Recipient Policy Change dialog box, click OK.
11.Click the Mailbox Manager Setting (Policy) tab.
12.In the Processing a Mailbox drop-down list box, click the Generate Report Only option.
13.Click OK.

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How to recreate an account and reconnect a mailbox In Exchange

How to recreate an account and reconnect a mailbox In Exchange

1.Proceed to create the Active Directory accounts using the names of those mailboxes which are going to be recovered.
2.Open the Exchange System Manager.
3.Open the Tools container.
4.Select Mailbox Recovery Center.
5.Click the Action menu and select Add Mailbox Store.
6.Provide the name of the mailbox store that contains the mailboxes which you want to recover. Click OK.
7.Select each mailbox which should be recovered.
8.Click the Action menu and select Find Match.
9.The Exchange Mailbox Matching Wizard starts.
10.Click Next on the Exchange Mailbox Matching Wizard Welcome screen.
11.The results of the search for matches are displayed.
12.After the Exchange Mailbox Matching Wizard has completed, you have to reconnect the mailboxes to the Active Directory account.
13.Select each mailbox that should be reconnected to an Active Directory account.
14.Click the Action menu and select Reconnect.
15.The Exchange Mailbox Reconnect Wizard launches.
16.Click Next on the Exchange Mailbox Reconnect Wizard Welcome page.
17.Verify the information displayed in the Ready to Proceed dialog box.
18.Click Next to reconnect the mailboxes to the Active Directory accounts.
19.Click Finish.

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How to resolve a conflicting Exchange mailbox

How to resolve a conflicting Exchange mailbox

1.Open the Exchange System Manager.
2.Open the Tools container.
3.Select Mailbox Recovery Center.
4.Click the Action menu and select Add Mailbox Store.
5.Provide the name of the mailbox store. Click OK.
6.In the details pane, select each mailbox(es) which should be resolved.
7.Click the Action menu and select Resolve Conflicts.
8.The Exchange Mailbox Conflicts Resolution Wizard launches.
9.Click Next on the Exchange Mailbox Conflicts Resolution Wizard Welcome screen.
10.On the User Matching page, select which Active Directory account(s) should be resolved, and then click Next.
11.A message should be displayed, indicating that sufficient information exists to correct the issue and prepare the account for reconnection.
12.Select Finish

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