Exchange administrators like neatness. And one of the ways that we strive for neatness is by developing a system for organizing mailboxes
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Internal mail flow for an Exchange Server environment can be broken due to a number of common mis-configurations.
What counts as an inactive mailbox in an Exchange Server organization, and what are the attributes you can use to find them?
As a best practice, it is recommend that you don’t configure blanket, persistent access for IT administrators to end user Exchange mailboxes.
For POP and IMAP access to Exchange Server mailboxes the best practice is to require secure logins.
The servers running Exchange Server in your environment should have unique, complex local administrator passwords that are unknown.
When you configure journaling in an Exchange organization you should also review the configuration of any databases that will be hosting journal mailboxes.
It is a recommended practice to configure any antivirus software running on Exchange servers to exclude specific paths, processes, and file types.
The confusion over disabling an Exchange Server mailbox vs removing a mailbox could be easily solved with two simple changes.
Understand the issues that cause Exchange Server databases to fail to mount due to corruption and dirty shutdown states.