David Sengupta

David
Sengupta

David Sengupta, based in Ottawa, Canada, is a product manager in Quest Software’s Infrastructure Management group and a Microsoft Exchange Server MVP. He has contributed to Exchange books, magazines, and white papers; is a regular Exchange columnist; and has spoken at Microsoft Exchange events and TechEd conferences.

Articles
The Exchange 2007 Database Troubleshooter
The Database Troubleshooter, a free tool you might not know about, demystifies recoverability at the Exchange database level. No more trial and error!
Exchange 2007: Life Without ExMerge? 1
ExMerge is gone in Exchange Server 2007, but its functionality lives on. Learn how you can use Exchange Management Shell cmdlets and the Exchange Management Console to perform tasks formerly handled by ExMerge.
Build an Email-Discovery Plan
More than likely, your company will have to produce saved email messages in a court case or compliance investigation. Use these ideas to develop your own email-discovery plan and learn about tools that can facilitate e-discovery for Exchange admins.
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