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If not configured Exchange sets the standard notification schedule to monday, 4 a.m. once a week. To bulk change this, you have to edit all databases properties with the EMC or simply run the following PowerShell command with equals the GUI setting “Daily 2 a.m.” :

Get-MailboxDatabase | Set-MailboxDatabase -QuotaNotificationSchedule ‘So.02:00-So.02:15, Mo.02:00-Mo.02:15, Di.02:00-Di.02:15, Mi.02:00-Mi.02:15, Do.02:00-Do.02:15, Fr.02:00-Fr.02:15, Sa.02:00-Sa.02:15’

To check this settings for all DBs run the following command:

Get-MailboxDatabase | fl Name, QuotaNotificationSchedule

Regards,

Chris

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Today I was confronted with a new issue by a customer.
He wants that expired passwords can be changed from OWA.

To do this, you need to add a registry value to each CAS server

  • Run regedit.exe
  • Open the Key
    HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchange OWA
  • Right click the MSExchange OWA key and click New > DWord (32-bit)
  • The DWORD value name is ChangeExpiredPasswordEnabled and set the value to 1
  • Do a IISRESET on the CAS servers

More detailed in this EHLO Blog article.

Cheers,

Chris