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There's conflicting answers out there, but the consensus seems to be no. You can set up a STARTTLS listener on port 465, but that won't get you SMTPS. From Technet (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2007.11.exchangeqa.aspx): Q: I want to use secure SMTP—how do I get Exchange Server to listen for SMTP on port 465? A: I'm sorry, but you can't do ...


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After hours of troubleshooting, I finally identified the culprit. I had a transposed a number in the IP address of my mailserver. (In the ScreenOS address list) My firewall rules were using the named address entry, so that explains why they wouldn't work, even when the rules were correct. Rather embarassing, but I did want to post the solution in case ...


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Based on your debug ouput Your source IP is 10.10.94.187 But your eth0/1 is 10.11/24 so there's no zone match for the policy. You'll need to adjust your eth0/1 vlan to accomodate the zone properly.


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Yeah, it's possible... but not in a way that makes it worth doing, in my opinion. You can, on any Active Directory object, granularly control who can read which attributes. On the person whose phone number you want to hide, you would need to: Remove the default Allow permissions that Authenticated Users have to read the attribute in question. By ...


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Invoke-Command: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh849719.aspx From the help: The Invoke-Command cmdlet runs commands on a local or remote computer and returns all output from the commands, including errors. With a single Invoke-Command command, you can run commands on multiple computers. To run a single command on a remote ...


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Since you're talking OWA from their device the best course of action is to give yourself full mailbox access to their mailbox and then open it via OWA yourself. Check for regular rules as well as Out of Office settings. Then change it directly within their mailbox.


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with the wizard in MS Outlook creating rules is trivial. One rule for all messages with an attachment: A second rule for all messages, except those with attachments:


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Sadly i cant add a comment yet, so i have put my suggestion in here. Have you checked the Get-MessageTrackingLog to see if it shows any record of the email or delivery reports in ECP? Do you have any mail flow restriction rules in place that might be affecting this user? There are a lot of potential issues here, but the fact that its affecting the same ...


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Do you have more than one ip address assigned to the nic of the server? If you do, and the client accesses address1 and the server responds on address2/3/etc. then a firewall rule for one address could/would preclude traffic from reaching back from server to client.


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Look here for steps on creating the shared mailbox and adding the appropriate permissions, etc. http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/226425.aspx A shared mailbox won't be accessible from an Android mobile device short of using OWA on that device. For your error check here: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/158/t/158919.aspx Basically drop and ...


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In Short your cant. :( Looking thought the Google Documentation, this is one of the features not available. There may be a 3rd Party add-on that Syncs the entries. However I cant see that there is.


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Personally, I think that's a bad was file to file email, but it's not easy to control your users and their mail habits... Are these server-side rule or client-side rules? Does OWA work the way you want? If anything, I believe the more elegant solution is to use a Search Folder. There should already be one for Unread Mail. If there's too much mail for that ...


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+1 for @tmpl7 has a great idea about how to implement your scenario with sqlite Now, the problem is you haven't implemented sql query for ifnull in virtual_alias_maps parameter. First define the virtual_alias_maps in main.cf virtual_alias_maps = mysql:/etc/postfix/redirect2spamlearning The content of /etc/postfix/redirect2spamlearning user = postfix ...



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