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Krishna Kumar

Krishna Kumar
Krishna Kumar R is from Bangalore - the Silicon city of India - and is working in the Messaging Engineering Team of a leading international Financial Organization. He's been in the technology industry for 8 Years, and in that time has earned himself a Masters degree in Information Technology (Msc IT) and is a Microsoft Certified Technology specialist. He specializes in Exchange, Powershell and VB Script, and is a strong believer in the values of Automation and lateral thinking. Always keen to keep up-to-date with the latest technology, Krishna also maintains a personal blog at smtpport25.wordpress.com, and participates in Tech talks on Exchange and Powershell, as well as contributing in Technical Forums.

Recent Posts

14
Jan

Exchange 2013 OWA Coexistence with Exchange 2010

  Outlook Web App (OWA) has been a mandatory requirement for every organization. When Exchange 2013 is introduced in an existing environment, it needs to be configured for OWA...
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02
Oct

Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirement Calculator – Part 2

We understood the various input options available in the Role requirement Calculator in part I. Exchange calculator uses the entire data from the input worksheet and performs the...
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25
Sep

Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirement Calculator – Part 1

The Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirement Calculator is a one stop calculation tool for Exchange 2013 design. The tool covers design calculations for both the Mailbox and Client...
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19
Sep

Subordinate CA Migration from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2- Part 3: The Back-Out Procedure

Welcome to the final installment of this three part series of articles dedicated to instructing Exchange and Messaging Admins the correct steps needed to take in order to perform...
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11
Sep

Subordinate CA Migration from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2- Part 2: Restoring the Source CA from Backups

Welcome to Part 2 of this three part series of articles designed to inform administrators how to properly migrate from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2, specifically...
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05
Sep

Subordinate CA Migration from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2- Part 1 Preparing the Source and Destination Server

In the event you are planning a migration from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2, the below steps are crucial. The article specifically highlights the steps needed to...
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24
Jul

Automating Jetstress 2013 for Exchange 2013 – Part 2

In part 2 we initiate the Jetstress, stress the disk subsystem for a period of 2 hours, and analyze the result. We then will display the result for the users. Once the Jetstress...
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16
Jul

Automating Jetstress 2013 for Exchange 2013 – Part 1

It’s considered best practice to perform Jetstress before installing Exchange. Jetstress must be performed on every mailbox role server in an organization. After sizing the...
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12
Jun

Sending and Receiving Messages from Multiple Locations in Exchange 2013

Most organizations are spread across multiple locations in today’s business world. Exchange being such a critical application, it’s essential to make sure that it is up and...
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26
Dec

Lync 2010 Address Book Service: A Quick Glance

In the past I have written an article on Exchange 2010 address book service and how it generates the address, how its distributed, and clients updated. Here is the Web Link. I...
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