Exchange 2013 OWA Error: StoragePermanentException

Error: SDServerErr;Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Storage.StoragePermanentException
SDServerErr;Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Storage.StoragePermanentException
 
Delete the meeting reminders by using the MFCMAPI editor

These steps help you remove a meeting reminder that still appears even though the original meeting was removed. This typically occurs if the meeting reminder is corrupted.

Note: Although the MFCMAPI editor is supported by Exchange Online, use caution when you make changes to mailboxes by using this tool. Using the MFCMAPI editor incorrectly can cause permanent damage to a mailbox.
Note The exact steps may vary, depending on the version of MFCMAPI that you’re using.

  1. Install MFCMAPI editor. It’s available from the following Microsoft CodePlex MFCMAPI website:

    http://mfcmapi.codeplex.com 

  2. In Outlook, click the Send/Receive tab.
  3. n the Preferences group, click Work Offline, and then exit Outlook.
  4. Double-click the MFCMapi.exe file to start the MFCMAPI editor.
  5. On the Session menu, click Logon and Display Store Table.
    A screen shot of MFCMAPI x86 Build windows, showing the Sessio tab and Logon and Display Store Table option
  6. Right-click the mail profile that you want to change, and then click Open Store.
    A screen shot of mail profiles
  7. Expand Root-Mailbox, expand Finder, and then double-click Reminders.
    A screen shot after expanding Root - Mailbox
  8. Locate the recurring appointment by sorting the Subject column or the To column.
  9. Right-click the appointment, and then click Delete Message.
    A screen shot of appointment, showing the Delete Message
  10. In the Delete Item dialog box, select one of the permanent deletion options, and then click OK.
  11. Click Start, type outlook.exe /cleanreminders in the search box, and then press Enter.
  12. If you’re prompted, select your profile to start Outlook.

KB2503266

Windows 10 build 10240 has released to the Fast Ring… Release To Manufacturing (RTM) build???

Windows 10 build 10240 has been released to the Fast Ring. That’s what I’m running on my laptop now. There were heavy rumors yesterday that this is the to Release To Manufacturing (RTM) build and is the one to be publically available on July 29th. But there is no hard confirmation on this by Microsoft yet Build 10240 now available for Windows Insiders in Fast and Slow rings.

“Over the past few days we’ve been preparing our release pipelines and processes, and this build is one step closer to what customers will start to receive on 7/29 …

On Monday we announced that builds from here on will only be available through Windows Update, so to get this one you can either wait and it will be installed automatically.”

Here’s how you prepare to roll it out in your company.

In a previous blog post I wrote about the update you needed for your KMS server to be able to activate Windows 10 clients. Read about that in KB3058168: Update that enables Windows 8.1 and Windows 8 KMS hosts to activate a later version of Windows

Meanwhile Microsoft has also published the Windows 10 client KMS activation which keys can be found here Appendix A: KMS Client Setup Keys

Windows 10

Operating system edition
KMS Client Setup Key

Windows 10 Professional: W269N-WFGWX-YVC9B-4J6C9-T83GX
Windows 10 Professional N: MH37W-N47XK-V7XM9-C7227-GCQG9
Windows 10 Enterprise: N: NPPR9-FWDCX-D2C8J-H872K-2YT43
Windows 10 Enterprise N: DPH2V-TTNVB-4X9Q3-TJR4H-KHJW4
Windows 10 Education: NW6C2-QMPVW-D7KKK-3GKT6-VCFB2
Windows 10 Education N: 2WH4N-8QGBV-H22JP-CT43Q-MDWW
Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB: WNMTR-4C88C-JK8YV-HQ7T2-76DF9
Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB N: 2F77B-TNFGY-69QQF-B8YKP-D69TJ

Do note this is the key you use when you activate the Windows 10 Client against a KMS server. It is not the KMS license server key. That one you’ll need to obtain from your valid Microsoft licenses.

new CMDlet parameters missing in Exchange 2013 CU9 KB3075700

When you upgrade your Exchange 2013 server to CU9 some command are missing.

These you need wen you want more control over Sent Items when using shared mailboxes.

Whether a mailbox is used by multiple users as a communication tool, a shared mailbox remains an important business requirement.
Early releases from Exchange 2013 there was a no way to configure this behavior.

In Office 365 and Exchange 2013 CU9, this feature on shared mailboxes is disabled by default.

If you mis it run:
setup.exe /preparead /iacceptexchangeserverlicenseterms

Get-Mailbox -RecipientTypeDetails Shared | Set-Mailbox -MessageCopyForSentAsEnabled $True
Get-Mailbox -RecipientTypeDetails Shared | Set-Mailbox -MessageCopyForSendOnBehalfEnabled $True

https://support2.microsoft.com/kb/3075700/