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You can delegate control of this attribute by using the Delegate Control wizard in Active Directory Users and Computers. Right-click the OU containing the user accounts you want to delegate control of; select delegate control. Click Next at the "Welcome to the Delegation of Control Wizard" dialog. Enter the groups or users you would like to grant these ...


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In this regard, a Shared mailbox is no different from an ordinary User mailbox, you can add additional email addresses just the same: Set-Mailbox "foo2@example.com" -EmailAddresses @{add="foo@subdomain.example.com"} If the email address is being removed due to Automatic email address policy updates, you can disable address policies for the mailbox: ...


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Here are the steps to change the FQDN used by Outlook to connect to the server (sources: Godaddy, puryear) Using the Exchange Management console change the internal URL of the different webservices: Set-ClientAccessServer -Identity Your_Server_Name -AutodiscoverServiceInternalUri https://mail.domain.com/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml ...


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Wow. The answer is both sensible and ugly. I put the nasty thing in a variable and then passed that to the cmdlet. I'm not one to blindly bash Microsoft, and I know they wanted people to stop using Managed Folders about 4 years ago, but what the hell. It's better than the other solution I considered, which was installing the Ex2007 management tools (or ...


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The Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync cmdlet should produce an event in the event log (of the directory server) with event ID 4 and event source "Directory Synchronization" and say something like "The export has completed" that will indicate that the directory synchronization is complete. So what you want to do is make your Powershell script wait for that event ...


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I know someone else is going to say this, so I'll say it first: it sounds like you are in over your head. Hire a professional to set this up for you. This is one of the simplest prerequisites for setting up Exchange, and it only gets more complicated from here. To answer your question, Exchange needs to update the existing Active Directory schema with its ...


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Throttling policy is applied to CAS. The server configuration settings are for outbound. You want to manipulate the receive connectors on your Exchange hub transport server which is what is complaining about the traffic it is receiving from your mass mailing app.


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Just resolved this issue with Microsoft support. The 3 users not receiving < OAB URL > from autodiscover.xml had a specific (and the wrong) OAB configured in their AD Object setting "msExchUseOAB", instead of being "< not set >". With the entries for "msExchUseOAB" cleared, OAB settings were obtained from Autodiscover.


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Here is great article that describe such method of installation of Exchange. In short - there could be problems if you're not using DAG, and WILL be problems if DAG is used.



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