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In exchange 2010 you can rewrite some headers but not the "received" header. So the answer to your question is "you can't". At least natively with Exchange, maybe a third party program could do it... If Outlook Anywhere is not a option (as suggested by joeqwerty), I would say that you should force home users to pass trough a VPN to send corporate email. ...


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Unfortunately, this is not possible. The IP Block List Providers filter is a Connection Filtering filter, and these will either reject and stop processing messages or accept and pass them along to the next one. For these filters, there's no option to set Spam Confidence Levels (SCL) that could be used later on to flag messages as spam and put them in the ...


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It is pain in the back to set it up properly. Majority of ways will apply rules not to shared account but to your primary account.Solution: You need to go to Control Panel>>Mail>>Show profiles click Add. Give it a name and create a profile and setup new email account for your shared account. Leave password blank and hit 'Finish'. When popup appear change ...


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As this issue needed urgent attention, finally i found the solution to it. Actually it is a workaround, using MFCMAPI tool i was able to browse the corrupted public folders where i found a line with the description "CORRUPTED DATA" which when i deleted, i gained access to each public folder and i was finally able to see the rules. I hope this will be ...


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You can clean up the exchange information using adsi edit. Open ADSI Edit to here CN=Configuration,DC=DOMAIN,DC=LOCAL,CN=Servicesand delete CN=Microsoft Exchange CN=Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover Browse to CN=Default naming context,DC=DOMAIN,DC=LOCAL and delete CN=Microsoft Exchange Security Groups CN=Microsoft Exchange Security Objects Delete the ...


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I am working through the same process, Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2013 clients and having just registered a mail.domain.com certificate. Our server isn't server.local though, it is server.domain.com, but I don't want to have to add that server name to the listed hostnames in the certificate, and also want to do it correctly. ...


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No technical answer here but our decision was to simply build a new Exchange 2010 box, install Sp3 on it and migrate mailboxes there as a holding server for Exchange 2013.


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Sam, Per this TechNet discussion, it may still be the case that TLS 1.0 is required for Exchange 2010 to function properly. There is KB article that includes a fix for this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3029667 However, the TechNet discussion still states it may not resolve it correctly and Exchange 2010 could still have issues: After ...


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You mean you want to change the host name of the servers and the FQDN for the entire domain? The renaming of a domain is no easy process and there are many variables that can occur and cause issues once it is completed. If there aren't many workstations you may be better off setting up a new DC from scratch with a new domain and then joining the ...


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First, MX records are not SRV records. Second, he's absolutely right. I deal with this issue quite often with one of my clients that also hosts Exchange for their clients. Outlook needs to find autodiscover information that points to the Exchange server. The problem with having a wildcard record is that it causes autodiscover.domain.com to resolve to your ...


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You would want to use a real-time event log monitoring solution, there are a plethora of options available on the market today, including many free and open source options. If you are looking for something free and easy to install, I'd recommend the free edition of our monitoring product EventSentry, "EventSentry Light". It's developed for Windows, monitors ...


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We use the PRTG monitoring application (100 sensors free if you want to try it) and we get SMS notifications if our customised limits are reached, we also plot live graphs of certain key statistics on a screen for our Core Team technicians to constantly check with large green - orange - red blocks for warnings.


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Here's what I've done to disable exchange and prevent sql to eat all the memory left by Exchange: -Found all services containing the word "Exchange" in it. Took note of their startup type (auto, demand) -Disabled all services containing the word "Exchange" in it. -Rebooted the server. The memory was still used at 90%+ cause SQL was set to use as much as ...


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Not sure what I did wrong (well I have an idea :-p ) No, you obviously don't. It is not recommended to uninstall any of the preinstalled roles of a Small Business Server 2011. Why would you even want to do that? Why didn't you install a Small Business Server 2011 Essentials in the first place?


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Problem is due to TLS certificates. Procedure to solve: Install openssl (if missing) sudo apt-get install openssl Generate self certificates sudo /usr/share/doc/exim4-base/examples/exim-gencert Add TLS to Main SMTP sudo nano /etc/exim4/exim4.conf.localmacros or choose your default .conf file main_tls_enable='1'



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