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I kind of see where you're going with this. Let me add my two cents: Do I need to add an MX record to my internal DNS? No. That doesn't have any bearing on external to internal or internal to external email delivery. Do I need ask my ISP if they're able to change their PTR to mail.domain.org? That would be recommended so that when ...


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Did you read the error message? Address resolution of *****.dyndns.org. failed: Domain name not found The DNS entry for your host does not exist. Log into your DynDNS account and fix it.


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Usually this line is enough: domain.com. IN TXT "v=spf1 mx a ~all" ^1 ^2 It allows all servers listed as an MX for domain.com to send emails for this domain. It allows the server with the IP of domain.com to send emails for this domain. So … No No, but it would be good. No, to all. Change it. No, internal hostnames and ip ...


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I ran into this yesterday and figured others might want to see this in the future. Didn't see this particular issue listed on SF. This seems to be a known issue. See here: Senders receive a message copy after they click "Reply to All" in Exchange ActiveSync. They state a workaround as: To work around this problem, manually change any existing ...


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According to the Technet documentation for the Set-DistributionGroup cmdlet, the GrantSendOnBehalfTo parameter takes an argument of type Microsoft.Exchange.Data.MultiValuedProperty. As outlined by PowerShell MVP Shay Levy in this article, any MultiValuedProperty can take partial updates in the form of a HashTable containing values that you want to Add or ...


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Put an alias on jack's accounts for joe@company.com after you delete joe@company.com's user account and mailbox. Steps: I'm going to assume you've already used the SBS 2011 console to remove the user and their mailbox. Open up the Exchange Management Console and go to Microsoft Exchange >> Recipient Configuration >> Mailbox and find the user Jack. Right ...


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The only thing they need is OWA access.. Then why have an AD account? Do they need mailbox space? If not then I would create a contact in Exchange w/ a forwarding address to the address they're likely to check. Also, you should already have a security in place which denies rights to logon to workstations, and those accounts should be in it.


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Judging by your comment, you will need to move Wsus content and database files to a different drive. Moving WSUS content: Open the SBS console and select Backup and Server Storage. Select the Server Storage tab. Click the Move Windows Update RepositoryData Wizard. Select the new drive location and click Move. Moving the WSUS db: This is the same as ...


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If the end result is to replace "David" with "Gerald" as the owner, avoid the Add/Replace syntax altogether: Set-DistributionGroup Sales -ManagedBy "Gerald" If you must do these two operations atomically (if you have cases where you might not want to replace existing values), split it into two distinct operations: Set-DistributionGroup Sales -ManagedBy ...


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Have a look at Address rewriting on Edge Transport servers You can use a transport rule to define this. Just rewrite the header / body of emails FROM sender sent TO the DG as the DG's email. There are several examples in the link.


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https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351168(v=exchg.141).aspx Did you move both the EDB and log paths? Did you do this step below? After the database is moved, the Indexing service maintains a lock on the Catalog files. Before you can delete these files from the old location, you must restart the Microsoft Exchange Search Indexer service. Run ...


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I have not tried the below answer, but it seems reasonable as a starting point for your own investigation. http://www.nonstop.co.il/kb/view.php?kb=66 Solution Open ADSIEDIT and navigate to the OU where your broken user account is stored. Locate the user account, right-click on it and then choose "Properties". Click on the "Filter" button ...



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