Laeeq Qazi's Exchange Server Blog

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About Laeeq Qazi

A senior software developer cum administrator with  9+ years experience, I m working as a Team Lead (Enterprise Server Integration) for Hosting Controller (
).  My main work interests include MS Exchange 2016,2013 ,2010,2007 administration and Development, Office 365 development, MS Sharepoint 3.0, Sharepoint Foundation 2010,MOSS 2010, MS Dynamics CRM 4.0, BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4/5 development and administration,  Active Directory Development, administration, and Windows PowerShell scripting ect. I have created more than 250 scripts using PowerShell and VBScript. I have also rich experience with Exchange Web Services API.

I have great experience in implementing Address List Segregation for Exchange 2013/2010/2007 and I have deployed it over many exchange environments successfully. Though Microsoft has not published Address List Segregation Document for Ex2010 RTM and SP1, but I have managed to implement it on Ex2010 Servers using ACL method, and have deployed it on many of my clients. I have also rich experience with Segregation using Address Book Policies for Exchange Server 2010 SP2\SP3 and all 2013 versions. I have also configured Exchange Auto Discovery, SSL cert, Outlook Anywhere etc.

I have vast experience of installation and configuration of Exchange 2013 /2010/2007  , WSS 3.0 , MS Dynamics CRM 4.0, Blackberry Enterprise Server 4/5 and Active Directory on Win2003/2008/2012. Some years ago I also worked on Intel Dilogic Cards, both Analog and Digital for the development of Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System.   I have vast software development and administration experience on these technologies using various programming languages. You can contact me on laeeq.qazi[at]


Laeeq Qazi


  1. aoa
    i need some information regarding exchange server 2007.plz help me


    Comment by ghazanfar ali | December 22, 2010 | Reply

    • W’salam,

      What kind of help do u need from me regarding Exchange server 2007?

      Laeeq Qazi

      Comment by exchangegeek | December 25, 2010 | Reply

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  3. Hi Laeeq!!

    I would like to know or understand why is a Microsoft recommendation that I have an Hub Transport and an Mailbox in each Active Directory site?

    What will help me I to have a Hub, Mailbox, CAS in One Site and a Hub and Hub in another site?

    sorry for my english…


    Comment by Rodrigo Peluffo | January 25, 2011 | Reply

  4. Hi,

    I’m using Exchange 2010. I creates OU for my branch office’s users for take separate from the HO users and I moved they to new OU (Name Branch Office) but after move the branch person from “Users” to Branch OU outside mail receiving stop. it works fine only stay in “USERS” default OU but not running on i create one.

    Comment by Mahendra Patel | January 17, 2012 | Reply

  5. Salam Brother Laeeq,

    I was wondering if you can help me, I am new to exchange and I have set up exchange 2013 for a local company here in australia. I really need your help and I hope you can help me.

    I need to use the same common name for internal and external OWA url, please do you have a script or any help you can send me that can change all the exchange virtual directory to use the external url. my internal domain name is the same as the external domain name.

    Please brother if you can get bact to me ASAP that would be a big help, I really dont know who else to ask as there is not alot of people who have deployed exchange 2013.

    also could you tell me if exchange 2013 can use the same scripts as exchange 2010,


    Comment by Ghassan Taiba | November 5, 2012 | Reply

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