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Long story short, if you've lost the Transaction logs then you've lost any data that was in those logs which had not yet been fully committed to the database. If you are 100% sure that you have fully recovered all your logs then you may have some options but that seems unlikely. The log files growing is a symptom of the failure of backups. I don't think ...


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The behaviour you are seeing is what I would expect. You have gone cross forest, so everyone has a new mailbox in a new domain. Hitting reply to old emails will give you invalid address. If you hit reply, then delete the recipient from the To line and find them fresh from the GAL, then it will work. This article from the SBS team explains the problem as ...


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Deleting transaction logs on their own shouldn't result in a loss of data, as they are logs of what has happened. Therefore the loss of data was caused by something else. However deleting transaction logs is not something that you should do. It can cause problems for Exchange. You obviously haven't had a successful backup for some time, which is why the ...


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I was able to find a workaround though I'm still unsure of what caused the issue. from: ExRecipNotFound; not found after disabling / recreating mailbox in exchange - x500 not working I saw the command: Get-Mailbix someuser | fl LegacyExchangeDN That followed the format that was being shown as not found. So I will have to build a script to export all ...


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The issue was that by default a user can only connect to 10 ActiveSync devices, and this user had reached that limit. Run the following commands in your Exchange management shell to correct the issue by removing unused devices. Replace username with the affected user's username, and device identity with one of the devices returned from the Get-...


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Permission inheritance is the usual issue. Is the user also a member of a privileged group? Domain Admins etc? That can stop things from working. Using attribute editor in ADUC, look for the value of AdminCount. If the user is not a member of any priviledged groups, but that is set to 1, clear it (so not set). Wait an hour or more for Exchange to clear the ...


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You can send messages that have "Voting Buttons" attached and when you click them a reply is generated based on what you have selected. New Mail > OPTIONS (tab) > Use Voting Buttons. This sounds to me like the user has clicked a voting button from an external mail and it has sent the reply to the originator.


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using this command "NLTest /DSGetSite" I just solved the problem. thanks for reply


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No such thing as primary and secondary domain controllers. All domain controllers are equal. Exchange should find the domain controller automatically. Ensure the DNS within the OS is configured correctly and that the second domain controller is also a global catalog. If the original DC has gone away (so cannot be recovered) then you will need to seize ...


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Can't be done. To be a member of a group in Exchange you need to be a mail enabled object - whether a contact, mailbox or another group. You cannot just add an external email address to the group. Your best option is to use an external service. If the groups are fairly small then the free tiers at a number of the bulk email services will probably work for ...


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Another way to think it would be to create dynamic distribution group if you don't want to change your groups. Dynamic distribution groups are mail-enabled Active Directory group objects that are created to expedite the mass sending of email messages and other information within a Microsoft Exchange organization. Unlike regular distribution ...


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Issue got solved after removing the entries HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\FormRegions and by restarting Outlook. Follow the instruction at link : http://www.balestechnology.com/outlookformregion.html Its working by following above instructions...


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Have you tried using Code Two Active Directory? It upload images to Active Directory and resize photos. This way, you can easily add pictures to internal Outlook 2010 messages and display them in GAL (Global Address List) and contacts.


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That remote domain has an MX record pointing to the loopback address 127.0.0.1 which is either a misconfiguration by the owner of that domain or it's by design. We don't know of any really good reasons to do so: Under what circumstances (if any) should an MX record point to localhost? Either way that makes it impossible to deliver email to them. There is ...



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