Showing posts from December, 2014

Warning Event 9327 from MSExchangeSA

In this case Warning Event 9327 from source: MSExchangeSA was logged in Application Event log on Exchange 2010 server responsible for OAB generation by default every day on 5 AM:

Log Name:      Application
Source:        MSExchangeSA
Date:          12/1/2014 5:04:50 AM
Event ID:      9327
Task Category: (13)
Level:         Warning
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
OALGen skipped some entries in the offline address list '\Global Address List'.  To see which entries are affected, event logging for the OAL Generator must be set to at least medium.
- \Default Offline Address List

By default, event logging for the OAL Generator is set to lowest level. In order to see why some entries are skipped by OAL Generator, event logging level must be set to at least medium. One way to set this requirement is by using PowerShell :
Set-EventLogLevel -Identity "ExchangeServerName\msexchangesa\oal generator" -Level Medium
Setting the logging level to Medium for the OAL gener…

Setting calendar permissions in Exchange 2010

This is quick post for reference, and is intended to show how to manage user's calendar permissions in Exchange 2010. Four PowerShell cmdlets are available for achieving this task:
Get-MailboxFoderPermissionAdd-MailboxFolderPermissionSet-MailboxFolderPermissionRemove-MailboxFolderPermission For example:
To list (get) assigned calendar permissions on user Jane.Doe here is the syntax: Get-MailboxFoderPermission -identity jane.doe:\calendar To assign John.Doe Reviewer permission on Jane.Doe calendar (John does not have any permission on Jane's calendar):Add-MailboxFolderPermission -identity jane.doe:\calendar -user "John Doe" -AccessRights Reviewer To modify already assigned permission to John Doe on Jane Doe calendar from Reviewer to Editor:Set-MailboxFolderPermission -identity jane.doe:\calendar -user "John Doe" -AccessRights Editor  And finally to remove already added permission for John Doe on Jane Doe calendar:Remove-MailboxFolderPermission -identity jane.doe…

Nokia E72 stopped synchronizing emails

In this case my friend's "oldie" phone Nokia E72 stopped synchronizing emails using ActiveSync. He was also unable to access his mailbox using outlook web access link.
The reason for this behavior was that the company's IT has replaced expiring certificate with new one (nothing odd here), but the new certificate was having sha256RSA signature algorithm. Nokia E72 was unable to access https web sites secured with sha256 certificates.
In order to fix this behavior fortunately there is a fix which will enable Nokia E72 to successfully access https web sites secured with sha256 certificates. You can download this fix from .

After installing this fix for Symbian, my friend was able to synchronize email using ActiveSync again, and started to open https web pages secured with sha256 certificates.