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What mfinni said, except that we forward three ports to a behind-the-firewall all-in-one Exchange box: 25: SMTP 80: HTTP (redirect to OWA HTTPS) 443: HTTPS This works fine for people with Androids, iPhones, etc. Generally, people at home use OWA or their phone, anyway. Edit: Since you asked for a Microsoft source, this is a link to a TechNet ...


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That looks mostly correct for a wide-open all-protocols implementation. Some suggestions: Unless you have mail clients, with a business justification, that require all that, limit it to just 25, 80, 443. Don't allow POP access, that's a plaintext password. Don't allow client SMTP access, that's a plaintext password. (Of course, to accept mail from the ...


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with the wizard in MS Outlook creating rules is trivial. One rule for all messages with an attachment: A second rule for all messages, except those with attachments:


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I work in a ~300 person subsidiary of a 20x larger parent company, and we have mail contacts in the parent exchange org configured with a forwarding rule. Since your divestiture is a one-time occurrence, there would not need to be further upkeep with regard to mail contact maintenance if you did something similar. OOO handling is a single reply for a ...


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Invoke-Command: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh849719.aspx From the help: The Invoke-Command cmdlet runs commands on a local or remote computer and returns all output from the commands, including errors. With a single Invoke-Command command, you can run commands on multiple computers. To run a single command on a remote ...


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Patience is a virtue. It took a very long time, but eventually all the items that went missing re-appeared. I suspect that a part of the reason it took so long was because the way Veeam Backup and Recovery works, is you can boot the VM directly off your disk-based backup storage, and then you can do a storage migration off the backup device to your proper ...


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In WindowsITPro blog they say that this update created a problem with the MAPI RPC component. Other mail services (OWA, ActiveSync, etc.) should work properly, because they don't use the faulty component. The update has been removed from "Microsoft updates". As they strongly suggest, you better test all updates before applying them to avoid such ...


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If you're after a record of messages sent and recieved then get-messagetrackinglog is probably the command you're after.


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I faced the same problem but for some reason it all sorted out when I upgraded my MS Office to Service Pack 2 and I also deleted the stored user name and password with the following command rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr.



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