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How To Make Money Online from Writing

How To Make Money Online from Writing
There are a number of ways you can make money online from writing. You can either sign up on Blogger, WordPress, or host your own web site for your blogs. After you have a number of blogs or articles written, you can apply for a Google Adsense account and make money by serving ads on your content site. The more traffic you have, the more you will make from Google Adsense. If someone was to click on one of the ads also, that generates even more income for you.
However, we’re talking about making one cent for around 30 impressions of an ad (without anyone clicking on an ad). For each click of an ad, you could make from 10 cents to 50 cents depending on the ad. As you can see by the numbers, you are going to need an awful lot of traffic before you can leave your day job.
However, if you enjoy writing good quality articles, then you got nothing to lose. Just keep producing those blogs and articles regularly and frequently and traffic will build up. This …

How To Migrate Mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 using PowerShell

The Scenario

Your organisation have decided to migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016. The Exchange 2016 server have been installed into your current Exchange Organization. The Mailbox role have been installed on the Exchange 2016 server and you are ready to start moving mailboxes from the Exchange 2010 server to the Exchange 2016 server.

Migrating a Mailbox from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016

Using New-MoveRequest

Migrating a single mailbox involves invoking the cmdlet New-MoveRequest from the Exchange Management Shell on the Exchange 2016 server. Make sure that your user account that you have logged into the server with have the Organization Management role.

The common parameters that I use for the New-MoveRequest cmdlet is :

New-MoveRequest -Identity 'useralias@somedomain.com' -TargetDatabase "DB02" -BadItemLimit 10

The -Identity parameter identifies the mailbox to be migrated. I usually use the e-mail address of the mailbox for the identity since it's uniqu…