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If you only have a single domain and all of your domain controllers are global catalogs, there isn't much impact. Best practice is all domain controllers should be GC's. In large forests with multiple domains, it can be advantageous to limit what groups are universal. This is due to the member attribute of universal groups are replicated to the global ...
You probably need to remove it using ADSI edit. This information will be in Configuration\Services\Microsoft Exchange\Organization Name\Administrative Groups\Your Administrative Group\Servers If it doesn't show you Configuration, right-click the Default Naming Context and choose Configuration under Select a well known Naming Context.
It looks like you're trying to combine properties from multiple objects onto the output stream. I think the best way to accomplish your goal is to leverage calculated properties on your pipeline. However, in your code example MBXProps is an undeclared variable which may be the leading cause to why your process isn't working. Though you've likely cherry ...
I would go with a Shared Mailbox. Once you convert it you can remove the user, and his user object and license are removed from Office 365. You can change the SMTP address of the mailbox and remove the old SMTP alias, or use auto respond rules, or transport rules to manage new incoming mail to that old address. Edit Ok - so you are synced to AD then. ...
This is likely to be closed as it is more of a "software recommendation" question as it is currently written. You may be able to wordsmith your question better to avoid that, not sure. That said, there is no built in functionality within Exchange to do this, but you could look at programmatically doing what you want. A possible solution (logically) would ...
I'm not aware of any. You could probably get something together if you bring in Microsoft Flow or PowerApp. You could create a SharePoint list for tracking submissions, and wire up flow to take action when new items are added to the calendar, that checks against that SP list. Flow is still evolving, and I know it has a check for new items being added to ...
It's a combination of Transport rules to force bypass of message you never want to be collected by clutter, and user awareness and training. If users are not aware of Clutter - they will generally come to hate it and be annoyed when they can't find a message. When they understand what it does I have a fair amount of buy-in, and most users keep it on (a ...
If your Exchange server is honoring SPF records for other domains but not yours, then you probably have your internal DNS set to be authoritative for your domain name, but you don't have the SPF record in your internal DNS servers. Solution: Add your SPF record to your internal DNS servers.
Coming back to clean this up. The problem was with the certificates. For Unified Messaging the server names must be present on the subject name of the certificate. I had SAN certs, the server names were listed in the alternative names. Once the certs were replaced, we re-ran the UM scripts for good measure, and voice was working as expected.
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