To display the W3C logging folders, Start, Run, Logfiles
The SolarWinds Exchange Monitor
Here is a
free tool to monitor your Exchange Server. Download and
install the utility, then inspect your mail queues, monitor the Exchange
server's memory, confirm there is enough disk space and check the CPU
This is the real deal - there is no catch. SolarWinds provides this
fully-functioning freebie, as part of their commitment to supporting
the network management community.
Check out ExMerge.exe (SUPPORT folder on CD). Copy the ExMerge files to the Exchsrvr\bin folder.
When you launch ExMerge to recover individual mailboxes, make sure that you have Send As permissions on those mailboxes.
When you look up Event IDs in TechNet use 'near' in the search. For example, Event NEAR 7001. What NEAR does is in this example is return all occurrences of Event within 8 words of 7001.
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Free VM Monitor
The best feature of this new this new version of SolarWinds VM Monitor is that it
checks Windows Hyper-V. Naturally, it still works with virtual machines on VMware ESX Servers. VM Monitor is a
desktop tool that not only tests that your server is online, but also
displays the CPU and memory utilization for each node.
It's easy to install and to configure this virtual machine monitor, all
you need the host server's IP address or hostname and the logon info. Give
this virtual machine monitor a try - it's free.
Here is a
free tool to monitor your Exchange Server.
Download the utility, then inspect your mail queues, monitor Exchange server's
memory, confirm there is enough disk space and check the CPU utilization.