IT Infrastructure blog

October 6, 2009

How to find out Exchange Server 2007 version

Filed under: Exchange 2007 — Akther @ 9:12 am

Interestingly you cannot find out exchange version from Exchange Management Console.  You have to run below exchange powershell command to get the details

Go to Exchange Management Shell

 

 

 

exchangeversion

Thanks

Akther

Mails are stuck in Exchange 2007 Queue

Filed under: Exchange 2007 — Akther @ 8:55 am
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After a long while i am back here with a new issue in Exchange Server 2007.

Problem

Users complain that mails are not going to outside world.But they are getting internal mails.

Diagonise

Affected to all users in the organisation

Checked Queue viewer in Hub Transport Server and find out that mails are stuck in queue.

Task done

Checked Event Viewer of Hub and Edge server and find out that Exchange TLS certificate was expired.

 

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To get the current Exchange certificate status

Get-ExchangeCertificate | FL ThumbPrint, isSelfSigned, NotBefore, NotAfter, Services

Renew the certificate in Hub Transport Server

New-ExchangeCertificate | “ThumbPrintOfExpiringCertificate”

Remove the old certificate

Remove-ExchangeCertificate –ThumbPrint “ThumbPrintOfExpiringCertificate”

Then run start-edgesynchronization command from Hub Transport server.

Verify the sync between Edge server by using Test-edgesynchronization

edge sync new

 After this Queue has been released from Queue and start mail flow between Hub and Edge Server

Thanks

Akther

 

 

 

 

 

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