New answers tagged exchange-2007
I came across this old post while researching the same issue. Here's MS's answer: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125259%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx Set-SenderIDConfig -BypassedRecipients email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org Set-SenderIDConfig -BypassedSenderDomains fabrikam.com
There are some situations when built-in repair utilities do not work. In such cases a third party Exchange database repair software may help the Exchange Server applications. Here is one such popular Exchange tool that helped us in repairing and restoring the Exchange database files successfully: ...
Exchange isn't ignoring your setting. This happens because Connection filtering occurs before Content filtering. you'll need to add the sender's ip address to the IP Allow list. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997242(EXCHG.80,printer).aspx
I first had to repair pasettings.edb and because I deleted mail.que I had to recover the whole folder for the queue file to match the logs, restarted MSExchange Transport and everything was back to normal.
There is a walkthrough on cleaning up the Sender Reputation Database pasettings.edb here. (http://exchangeserverpro.com/event-id-454-and-17003-a-corrupt-sender-reputation-database-causes-exchange-server-2007-transport-service-to-stop/) The long and short is (cause the link above might disappear) 1) run integrity check "eseutil /g pasettings.edb" 2) attempt ...
Check to see if your running Essentials.... If you are running Windows 2012 Server Essentials then Exchange 2013 isn't supported. Likewise if you are running Windows 2012 Server Standard with Essentials Role Added then Exchange 2013 isn't supported. The pre-req check doesn't report Essentials Role as a problem on the install but it isn't supported. If ...
The problem is a Microsoft decision to change procedure without telling - in a hotfix Applied about a year ago (july-oct 2014) - They only use the HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled variable on the object (if you use VBS) as a GUI enabler - the action part (which is new and not announced by MS) is "ShowInAddressBooks" - It is so lame to expierence such changes ...
Add the option "RPC-over-HTTP" via the Windows Features in Add/Remove Programs Enable Outlook Anywhere (that is not the same as just having OWA available) Make sure you import a SSL certificate in the IIS website from a trusted authority, so NOT a self-signed one. The FQDN in the certificate should be that of your public FQDN (not that of the local ...
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