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The difference between the logged requests and the not logged ones is the query string which is present only on the later (the part after the '?' charcater). You have to enable printing the query string on IIS'l log, here you can find more information on how to do it: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19918561/does-iis7-log-request-query-string-by-default ...


I had a very similar situation and found that the account was actually created as a Mail Contact, Recipient Type Details column (EMC) = "Mail User" as opposed to "Mail Contact". I was unable to enable any mailbox features on the account. Although the account looks like a normal user account in AD, it doesn't show up as a normal mailbox or an account that a ...


Mailbox Import and Export process is handled by Exchange MRS component. If you check the Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Replication service properties, you will see the service is running under “Local System account”. That means the file share location you specified in the New-MailboxExportRequest or New-MailboxImportRequest doesn’t have permissions to Exchange ...


Somehow folder C:\Users\Default was deleted from the server, so copying Default folder from another server solved my problem.


get-mailbox -Filter {recipientTypeDetails -eq "roomMailbox"}|Search-Mailbox -SearchQuery 'From:user and kind:meetings' -DeleteContent


What is the error message you get when trying to log in? Are you able to login with any local accounts and check the eventvwr from there? Unfortunately I would need more info for this. :)


It doesn't sound like the calendar is being viewed correctly. If the user is seeing the calendar items in bolded fonts, then that means they have not been read/addressed as far as her Outlook is concerned. I would check to see if cached mode is enabled or not and go from there. How is the user viewing the calendar?


The proxyAddresses AD attribute is a multi-valued attribute that is simply a list of all possible email addresses associated with a recipient object. Any messages addressed to any of the proxyAddresses will be delivered to the owner of that address. Don't consider the upper case and lower case form of the email type as different types (SMTP vs smtp). They ...


Yes, using transport rules. Use the "The Sender is a member of this group" and maintain groups based upon user location. The Rule action would be to redirect the message to: HelpDeskB, etc.


To allow for receiving email to multiple addresses on the same mailbox. The primary address (prefixed with SMTP uppercase) is the default From: address.

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