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Microsoft does not allow the get-mailboxfolder cmdlet to run against another person's mailbox - only the person who owns the mailbox can use the cmdlet to retrieve the folders. Take a look at the blogpost https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/173956 for more info. TG


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"The IncomingLogCopyingNetwork corresponds to the database replicas. The status will show the source DAG node, the one pushing logs, and the network it is using. You'll want to see that your MAPI network is not specified here. The OutgoingConnections corresponds to the mounted database. The status shows the target DAG nodes and again, the network it is ...


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Really hope this get's indexed by google for the world to see. I had this EXACT ISSUE happen to me, and no solutions worked. Please bear in mind I am my companies I.T. Guy and consider myself to be competent in these things, so I tried all the suggested solutions before even turning to the forums. Now the way I resolved it was to log on to the outlook ...


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The answer is: clients may have to restart outlook immediately following the change. But it seems that time heals all RPC wounds. Given about 10 or 15 minutes those problems went away without a restart of outlook. This was tested on about 1000 mailboxes on 4 databases.


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You can do this with Enable-ExchangeCertificate in the EMS by specifying None for that certificate. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351257(v=exchg.141).aspx


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I can recommend our ReliefJet Essentials Professional Edition for this. It provides command line that will surely suite your needs. There is an example of exporting Public Folders to PST files. You can use Copy or Move Outlook Items the similar way to copy your Public Folders to Shared Mailboxes using batch script(s).


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So I finally found an answer (others had the same problem). I was correct in that the CA chain was missing something. That something is apparently the Verisign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority - G4 (which is also listed as Symantec depending on your browser). You can see this new certificate in use at https://www.amazonsha256.com/ I followed ...


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Why not create multiple mailbox databases and move mailboxes between them? If your using Standard edition of Exchange 2010 you can have 5 mailbox databases. 28GB / 5 mailbox databases = 5.6GB mailbox databases.


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Have you tried SysInternals TCPView for Windows? https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb897437.aspx I use this when I want to see the IP's of servers/devices etc connecting to a hub transport server via SMTP Port 25.


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Because the Mailbox servers are configured with dual interfaces it is important to make sure that the secondary interface is not configured to register itself in DNS. If this isn´t the case it might be that you see exactly the issues you have currently. Source URL


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The simplest way I could see to do this, if the resources are there for you to do so, would be to use a completely separate domain (or separate UPN of your primary domain) and in your Send Connectors Add that separate domain (or UPN) to a new rule allowing relaying. Using an alternate UPN (that is something to incorporate at the AD level) and the method I ...


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I have a similar setup in one of my domains, and to enable such functionality I added another UPN (that is I added a secondary domain to use) at the AD level to my primary domain (You don't need to have additional Domain names to use, if you don't need that functionality, just follow the directions below.) When you want to add a different address to a user ...



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