Linked Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 – Part 4

In part 1,2 and 3 we have learnt how to create Linked Mailbox. In this blog post we will test the mailbox by logging in.

First we will log in to Account forest Linked Mailbox.

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Figure 4.1 : Linked Mailbox

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Figure 4.2 : Local User Mailbox on resource forest

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Figure 4.3 : Test Email Sent & Received from Linked Mailbox

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Figure 4.4 : Test Email Sent & Received from Local User Mailbox

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Figure 4.5 : Get-Mailbox Output using Shell.

Linked Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 is completed. Few changes were made as compared to Exchange Server 2007 and 2010.

Some Known issues which you might get while creating or working with Linked Mailbox.

Users are not able to login to Linked Mailbox.

  • This could be because of trust relationship. Check and validate trust.

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Unable to create Linked Mailbox.

  • Check if there is any changes made to Admin account which was used to create trust. We should not change the password for the Admin Account for both trusting and trusted domain.

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If you wish to read the other parts of this blog series please click below.

Linked Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 – Part 1

Linked Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 – Part 2

Linked Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 – Part 3

 

Happy Learning

Sunder

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One Response to Linked Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 – Part 4

  1. tom says:

    HI, thanks for the tutorial! It works. But I want to ask a question. How can I make the Outlook 2013 sign in the exchange server automatically?

    If i log in the client computer with “resource forest” account, it logs in the exchange server automatically, if not, it doesn’t