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Load Simulator (Measure maximum load on Exchange)

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 12th on November 2011


A link I found by accident the other day and I found it very good is the 2003 Microsoft Exchange Server Load Simulator (LoadSim) application.

I leave the link for Exchange LoadSim 2003:

With this application we can simulate the performance of MAPI clients connected to our Exchange before they come, so we can properly size the server before the thousands of users who want to access our server come.

Exchange 2007 the link is as follows:

To measure performance and yields Exchange 2010 you can use the following:

Generator load for Exchange Exchange 2010:

Microsoft Exchange Server Jetstress 2010 that will measure the performance and stability of the disk subsystem load simluando Input / Output (IO) on discs

Greetings and see you soon.

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Migrate Exchange 2003 or 2007 or 2003 and Exchange 2007 2010.

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal on June 14th 2010

Just follow this simple wonder of Microsoft.


In the following link:

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Installing Exchange in an organization 2007 2003 Exchange (Part IV)

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 14th on September 2008

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Right now we have a fully productive 2007 Exchange in our organization and without 2003 Exchange has affected their functioning.

In this post I'll show you how Move Database and Transaction Log on the Exchange 2007.

During installation I've been checking the mail service availability and at no time synchronization has failed me, I have performed several tests, connect to a mailbox by OWA (working properly), for OWA to connect to a remote secondary server (running correctly), I have also tested that could send mails between recipients from different servers (working properly) at the time of installation, and at all times the service is not interrupted (As it should be).

ITEM ...: As we have installed Exchange 2007 on a version of Windows Server R2003 2 we must modify the firewall to accept this traffic from other servers because otherwise we can not manage Exchange 2007 or move mailboxes from Exchange servers 2003 and from a client can not access to a new server owa Exchange 2007.

To accept traffic to Windows Server R2003 2 access to the configuration of the firewall and mark options (Internet Mail Server (SMTP, 25) and Secure Web Server (ssl, 443)) to send emails and access to OWA, but if we want to have all the functionality we or uncheck the firewall or search for ports that are used to move mailboxes ... (I have not had time to research this, so if any of you know what are you appreciate it all).

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Installing Exchange in an Exchange organization 2007 2003 (Part III)

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 12th on September 2008

Continuing the theme:

After installation we direct you to this page of the Exchange management console that will give us the option to perform multiple functions, the first and most important is to insert the product key.


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Installing Exchange in an organization 2007 2003 Exchange (Part II)

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 3rd on September 2008

And we go on.

To install the role Client Access Server we need to have installed Internet Information Services, to do this we need to have inserted the CD installation 1 Windows Server R2 x64 on the CD

We do so:

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