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Official documentation from Microsoft on this is hard to find. Bottom line: Although not currently supported in Exchange, it appears Microsoft is beginning to support EAI in Office which means they may be planning to support EAI in the future for other products. This is based on the following paragraph from a Microsoft article about new features in Outlook ...


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If the database file is 0KB in size, then there's just nothing there. No amount of eseutil can recover anything from an empty file. You should fix the (probably serious) underlying storage problems, and then hope the database comes back unscathed. Otherwise... let's just hope you have good backups.


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It depends on how the messages are being sent. A shared mailbox (or a user mailbox on which another user has "send as" permissions) can be configured to store a copy of messages sent in its name: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2015/03/03/want-more-control-over-sent-items-when-using-shared-mailboxes.aspx ...


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As far as Exchange is concerned, you have one email address for outbound email -the default. Any other addresses are aliases for inbound only. If you want to send using one of the other addresses, then you need to attach it to another option. The option you have said is "Not the Answer" I am sorry to say is the only answer without third party tools. Why ...


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You restored your mailbox database and that caused a version mismatch with your CAS server? That doesn't quite make sense. Assuming that the public DNS names are unchanged and assuming that your firewall rules are unchanged and assuming that the internal ip address of the CAS server is the same as it was before then I'd suggest you check the Client Access ...


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First - Exchange 2010 SP2 is no longer supported. You should be considering an upgrade as soon as possible. Start with the CAS role servers before you do the mailbox server. SP2 has problems with modern browsers, making the OWA experience less than optimal. There are also security issues. However I would agree with Joe, my instinct is that the URLs are ...


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There are lots of reasons for this. The first reason will be as you have guessed, the address book is out of date on the clients. Outlook in cached mode uses the OAB. This is only updated once every 24 hours by default on the server (which you can force) and is then downloaded by Outlook automatically once every 24 hours or when Outlook is restarted, ...


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The error message is close to useless, as half of what it refers isn't available in on premise installations. Run through the following commands: get-mailbox -database "DatabaseName" get-mailbox -database "Databasename" -archive get-mailbox -database "Databasename" -arbitration get-mailbox -database "Databasename" -publicfolder get-mailbox -database ...


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First - there are a lot cheaper places for SSL certificates than most of the UK vendors. They all resell the same stuff. Buy in US dollars and things get a lot cheaper. https://certificatesforexchange.com/ Wildcard certificates can work in certain scenarios. Tended to keep away from them for Exchange though as some clients can have problems with them. ...


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Steps to move Exchange 2010 servers to the new AD Site: Open the AD Sites & Services console and select the Subnets folder. Right click the Subnets folder and select New Subnet. Add the individual IP addresses of the Exchange 2010 servers with a /32 prefix. Assign the IP addresses to the RTL AD site. Add the individual IP addresses of the Exchange ...


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You can start by exporting a detail report to a text for more detail Get-MailboxExportRequest -status failed | Get-MailboxExportRequestStatistics -IncludeReport | Format-List > c:\report.txt I hope your report will shed light on details of the failure


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From Exchange Management Shell: If the mailbox does not exist on-premises nor in O365, then you need to use Enable-RemoteMailbox instead. Run this against an existing AD object on-prem. Technet reference: Enable-RemoteMailbox (EX2010) If the mailbox exists on-premises and you need to move it to the Cloud, use New-MoveRequest. This is a cross-forest move, ...


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Microsoft exchange is not very expensive. Whatever you think you will be saving in cost will be offset by the amount of time necessary to implement the solution.


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I've been in a similar situation. What I did was simple. I created a shared mailbox, I logged with outlook desktop version as a user that has write access to it and dragged and dropped from the pst to that folder.


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For the PST migration, here are some general steps for your reference: Create Public folder mailbox in EAC (Exchange Admin Center). Create public folder in EAC. Back up the old data in the on-premises public folders using the export feature in the Outlook desktop client. Configure your Office 365 account in Outlook via Exchange mode and add the new created ...


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I had to set the email type as Plain Text, this worked. However, the MS documentation clearly states that either HTML or PLAIN text corrects this problem - which apparently is incorrect.


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Exchange System Manager sounds like Exchange 2003. Message Tracking isn't going to help here. If you are doing a discovery process then you will need a third party tool to scan the database. OST files aren't going to be much help. Confirming the version of Exchange has to be the first thing you need to do. Oh and third party software isn't going to be ...


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Don't waste your time trying to find the source. It will be another victim. The spammer will have a network of compromised machines they are using. The first thing you should do is apply a password policy and force everyone to change their passwords. Make sure that you change the administrator password as well, as that is the most abused account. Next, on ...


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You would probably need to review your existing script and make a modification to create a new profile without removing the old one. Once you create the new profile, you just need to set it as the default afterward Here are some links hopefully that will help you NameSpace.Logon Method (Outlook) Which registry keys determine the Outlook Profile ...



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