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How to Bulk Export Mailbox Data from one Exchange Environment and Bulk Import into another

Posted on: 29 June, 2017    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: 

There might be instances where an Exchange Administrator will need to export the contents of individual mailboxes to offline files (PST). Starting with Exchange 2010 SP1 we have new set of PowerShell commandlets which can both export and import mailboxes to and from PST files, which have been made much simpler by Exchange 2010 SP1…

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Configuring Linksys SPA3102 VoIP Gateway for 3CX Phone System

Posted on: 25 November, 2016    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: 

The Linksys SPA3102 VoIP Gateway is not supported for use with 3CX Phone System. See the list of supported VoIP Gateways here. IMPORTANT This gateway was tested with the following firmware version: 5.1.10(GW). This device does NOT support T38 fax transmission on the Gateway Port and therefore cannot be used to connect to an analog line to receive or…

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Unable to configure Outlook Options such as Signature

Posted on: 7 November, 2016    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: 

We experienced an odd issue recently on a new customer’s admittedly messy Windows 10 PC running Outlook 2016. We say messy because the machine had not been rebuilt since it was purchased many years ago and in those years had: Been through a Windows 7 > Window 10 in-place upgrade. Multiple versions of Office installed –…

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How to re-add a dropped disk from a degraded MDADM array

Posted on: 7 February, 2016    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: , , ,

We had an issue earlier today where a customer’s Ubutnu Server decided to stop working. It simply refused to boot into the OS, instead displaying the following: [3.958693] md/raid:md0: raid level 5 active with 4 out of 5 devices, algorithm 2 BusyBox v1.18.5 (Ubuntu 1:1.18.5-1ubuntu4.1) built-in shell (ash) Enter ‘help’ for a list of built-in…

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How to remove $Windows.~BT and $Windows.~WS directories

Posted on: 4 January, 2016    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: 

If you’ve either upgraded to Windows 10 from a previous Windows 7/8 installation, or simply started the Windows 10 upgrade process you may noticed two sizeable folders on the root of your system drive named: $Windows.~BT (ours was approx 10.3GB in size) $Windows.~WS (ours was approx 5.6GB in size) These are hidden folders which are…

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