How to fix top 7 Exchange Server Database mounting issues?

To recover any database is not a challenge these days due to the availability of numerous software resolutions. The complexity arises when the recovered/fresh database does not get mount on the exchange server, creating a technical havoc. Due to the variety of technical snags, which are accountable for database mounting issues, it becomes difficult for the server administrator to consider the solution related to any single issue. Moreover, if the administrator is looking for the manual methods to deal with them, it is necessary to know the notorious issues among them. Continue reading How to fix top 7 Exchange Server Database mounting issues?

Few Points to Remember while Restoring Exchange Mailbox Database to New Server

We all love repairing the defective pieces and make it fully functional without having any breakdown. But in case of restoration of Exchange Servers we have to think twice as everyone is not a technology expert to repair it. In such case either the user must have a solution to the issue, or must have technical training to eradicate it. Continue reading Few Points to Remember while Restoring Exchange Mailbox Database to New Server

Manual retrieval of Error – SD card is blank or has unsupported file system

SD card issues are warranted with an aim to highlight the technical errors made during the gadget operation. Sometimes it happens manually and sometimes technical faults lead to such error. When SD card related error manifests, the user is unable to access the media files and folders. Even in such case, the sudden disappearance of those files and folders is not a big deal. In these cases, users think that it could be the case of unsupported file system where files from another OS don’t get accessible in another OS or it could also be the case of drive error. To resolve the issue, users pop out good some of money. However, it is advised to go for manual resolutions as they are quite effective in such situations. Continue reading Manual retrieval of Error – SD card is blank or has unsupported file system

Knowing All about OST file Disabling – An Intro to Manual Method

OST file deletion is very different from OST file disabling. Where the OST file deletion deals with complete erasure of OST files, the OST file disabling has a simple task to knock-off the connection with the network connection. Disabling the OST files is a quite simple process. It requires users to follow few simple steps Continue reading Knowing All about OST file Disabling – An Intro to Manual Method

Knocking off or Delete OST Files to Gain the Saving Space

OST file deletion is mandatory to reduce disk space. Prior making any such deletion user must take care of the OST files to be deleted because the wrong move could be even costlier. The OST files to be deleted potentially belong to either Outlook platform or Exchange platform. Irrespective of the place of origin, the concerned file can be deleted to save the disk space. Continue reading Knocking off or Delete OST Files to Gain the Saving Space

Knowing the best means to recover OST files – A Centralized Approach

Accessing Offline Storage File or OST file is a keen approach to every user. It may be a functional challenge or other technical glitches that may hinder the user from making accessibility. Moreover, sometimes the OST file itself is damaged or severely corrupt and becomes inaccessible. This happens specially when user logs on into different account or makes some serious changes in the Outlook profile. Due to alterations made in the Outlook profile, the data saved in concerned Outlook files are entirely lost. Continue reading Knowing the best means to recover OST files – A Centralized Approach

Limiting or configure OST File Size limit – A Manual Method

Every OST file has definite file size that maintains the saving space in Exchange Server and also in user’s system. For better system and Exchange Server functionality, it is always advised to set the OST file size maximum to 1 GB. Beyond 1 GB the system performance gets affected i.e. speed may get slow, low response time and some more ill effects. Continue reading Limiting or configure OST File Size limit – A Manual Method

Learning all about OST files – A cascade to OST Introduction

Offline storage Files or OST – As the name indicates, it is created in an environment which is devoid of network connections. Sometimes we have done some sort of changes but we don’t recall that such changes are made in the OST files. These OST files are copied automatically when ever information is exchanges on Outlook platform. This goes as follows: The mail is exchanged between client and the server. In the server the original message is sent, while the user’s system entails a default copy of the OST files. After sometime, if the user wishes to make some changes in the corresponding OST files, then it can be made at the same time, even if the network connections are not enabled. Continue reading Learning all about OST files – A cascade to OST Introduction

How to know OST file location? Get a brief concept

OST files are located in the user’s system. But specifically where and how to access them becomes a question of grave concern. Sometimes users are so sceptical about them that they don’t wish to access OST files unless it is very much needed in the eleventh hour. When such situation arrives, at that point user starts looking for the possible location where the concerned OST file could be found. In the meantime, to look for the concerned OST file, the naive users tend to delete the real files instead of obsolete. Continue reading How to know OST file location? Get a brief concept