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I am using MS Exchange Enterprise with Office 2013 standard at user end. I found a complicated situation here. Some of the users are getting online archive and some are not. I am really confused whether it is mandatory to buy Office pro for online archive or not. Can anyone describe the issue clearly?


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Does your organisation operate its own certificate authority for internal servers? Perhaps you need to add the CA certificates for the Exchange server into the certificate trust store for Exim? A lot of products don't report this error very well (I don't know if Exim does or not). Wireshark (capture first on the server with tcpdump -p -s0 -w /tmp/foo.pcap ...


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I don't believe you can install the Windows 7/2008 R2 RSAT on 2012, but if you're using an account that has access to an endpoint on a domain controller (or really any other server with the AD management/RSAT installed), and PowerShell remoting is enabled, you could use implicit remoting to pull those cmdlets into your own session: $SessionParameters = @{ ...


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You can use a proxy SMTP address if the message is sent to Exchange through SMTP - in that case Exchange will not change the sender address and will let one of the proxy addresses to be used (you still cannot use an arbitrary address of course). Proxy Manager (http://www.dimastr.com/proxyman/) does that - it is implemented as an Outlook addin, so to an end ...


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SPF specifies that at most only 10 DNS resolutions should be made. So your SPF looks invalid. Remove extraneous portions - particularly that "include" - and test again. Many tools will give an SPF: pass (or SPF: none) when you have an invalid SPF record.


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Even Gmail's user+tag@gmail.com syntax didn't automatically create folders or labels for received items. With the + tagging you could more easily create filters because of the recipient address, but it wasn't automatic. No matter what, something has to be done on the client side (or with server-side rules perhaps) to gain this functionality. You could ...


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you could add that secondary email address with the folder name into the account and then user mail rules on the mailbox to do it. I am not aware of anything built in that can do that without adding something to the mail server to move mail around. I have a few scripts that move mail around from the inbox to the deleted items, but it is powershell that ...


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This is untested, but should get you in the right direction. $peeps = get-aduser -filter * -properties department for-each ($person in $peeps){ ##Checks Department and sets new email if ($person.department -eq "building"){$email = $person.firstname+'.'+$person.surname +'@buildings.com'} elseif ($person.department -eq "otheroption"){$email = ...


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You might have an outage on your Exchange Web Services (Free/busy, address book) or Public Folders - or possibly even the RPC VirDir. If you're using MAPI, the connection will fail and it will fallback to trying OA (RPC over HTTP) - but if a service is down, that will also fail, but in the meantime, it keeps asking for your creds as it tries to connect. You ...


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Figured it out... Unchecked the "Download shared folders" under the Cached Exchange Mode Settings. Not it sits at 6GB.


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I want to say we had an issue similar to this one time where it was either our web site monitoring software or anti-virus software. Was anything done Tuesday or the weekend prior to that Tuesday that could have possibly spurred this issue?


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One option is to use Windows Backup to backup Exchange, it's builtin in Windows Server and does not require any additional software, a best practice is to use a different server to protect yourself fron hardware fault. Another option is to create an additional Archive Database, move the majority 'old' mail to users' personal archives stored in this DB and ...


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Try add to the end of your script [taskkill /f /im "powershell.exe"] this will kill all "powershell.exe" processes. I don't know how to kill the current power-shell process (equivalent to [cmd.exe /c]). But it will do the trick.


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TL;DR: One of the two ISP's we are using blocks DNS requests from outside their network. DNS requests were occasionally coming from the other ISP's network... The fix: Implement a static route at the firewall for ISP DNS servers to use a specific interface, or use another service (like OpenDNS or Google DNS). The story: Well we found out what the problem ...


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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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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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ManagedBy is a MultiValuedProperty parameter. To add, use the plus (+) operation, see example below. To subtract, use the subtract equals (-=) operation, see second example below. Example of adding a user: $mgr = get-user gerald foreach ($thing in $things) { $group = Get-DistributionGroup $thing $managers = $group.ManagedBy $newmanagers = ...


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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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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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If you do not plan to change your active directory then it's so simple. Just change your route for CAS and make it your default SMTP and pop for sending and receiving mail. Another way is you can make an policy on your exchange to route over your new domain for your CAS



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