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You don't import the PST into Outlook when Outlook is connecting to an Exchange server using MAPI/RPC or RPC over HTTP. You'll import the PST files into the mailboxes at the central office, configure Outlook to connect to the mailbox using MAPI/RPC or RPC over HTTP and that's it. There's no importing of the PST file into Outlook. The only caveat is if you ...


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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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Please check if you have installed a SAN certificate and it has all the SANs lists in the previous certificate as well. If there is the name mismatch then outlook anywhere will not connect. It works internally and via VPN because it is not using HTTPS or outlook anywhere connection, but it is a MAPI connection and hence it works Regards, Krishna


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The management roles assigned to a management role group determine what tasks can be performed by the members of the role group - View a List of Roles on a Role Group


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It sounds like a DNS problem. A VPN usually only works with IP addresses and connects to your exchange over IP rather than hostnames. This could be the reason why it works over VPN. Maybe your clients simply can't resolve the exchange properly, so try to let connect a Outlook client over IP address. Check your FQDN in your new ssl certificate if it's ...


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For the time being, I had to change the FIPS algorithm key to disable validated cryptographic algorithms. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\FipsAlgorithmPolicy Changed the value to 0


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Powershell could do this. get-exchangeadministrator | format-list


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MsOutlook.info has a pretty comprehensive list of possible workarounds. Essentially on the server side (does not work for hosted Exchange of course), you can use AD contact or a Distribution Group. There are also some third party solutions (such as ChooseFrom and SmartReply from IvaSoft). On the client side (works with both on-prem and hosted Exchange), ...


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You can add a POP3/SMTP account in Outlook for each alias, but you need to make sure POP3 does not retrieve and/or delete the messages. You can also try Proxy Manager - it sends through SMTP, but to an end user it looks like the message is sent by Outlook, and the experience is the same as having a POP3/SMTP account for each proxy address (the user selects ...


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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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Figured it out. I added a new rule under ECP > Mail Flow > Rules. Apply this rule if... The subject or body includes ... "your mailbox is" Do the following ... Bcc the message to ...


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Open the Exchange Management Shell and run Get-TransportAgent You should get a list of the transport agents running and hopefully the spam filter transport agent will be listed with a name that makes it clear that's what it is. Then you can either, Uninstall-TransportAgent “Name of the Agent” or, Disable-TransportAgent -Identity “Name of the Agent” ...


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Assuming you are working with Exchange mailboxes (it's not terribly clear in your question) Set-Mailbox is your best friend. You're going to need a for-each loop to retrieve the user's attributes and properly set the destination SMTP address. If you have a whole OU of users to apply changes to, use something like: Get-Mailbox -OrganizationalUnit ...


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Is there a way to tell exchange to let email for this account to just go through to the web email server as opposed to trying to route it itself? Not easily, no. Even though no mailbox or object exists with that email address Exchange is still authoritative for that email domain. Upon not finding a mailbox or an object with that email address Exchange will ...


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Microsoft does not support upgrading the OS for Exchange Servers. Assuming you have DAGs setup, it's reliance on fail-over clustering with Windows will be one of the biggest issues with trying to upgrade the OS. Windows 2012 R2 to the soon-to-be released new Windows Server version is the first version to allow upgrades to the OS for Windows Fail-over ...


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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 can use something like: ldapsearch -o ldap-wrap=no -L -L -L -H ldap://DOMAIN_CONTROLLER_HOST -b LDAP_BASE -D LDAP_USER_DN -x -W "(&(objectClass=user)(msExchVersion=*)(userAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=2))" ATTRIBUTE1 ATTRIBUTE2 ... This returns distinguished names (dn attribute) of all disabled users, having MS Exchange account. To reverse ...


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You may also take help from this informative blog post which lets you in detailed about the Microsoft Active Directory Windows PowerShell cmdlets, and use them to find active and disabled users. Meanwhile, Check this hope it workaround: Get-Mailbox |?{$_.UserAccountControl -Match "AccountDisabled"}| Fl Name,Database,UserAccountControl If you wish, you may ...


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Before doing a full rebuild of the index after installing an update rollup, (a time consuming operation) you can try to repair the indexing engine: Go to Program and Features (or launch appwiz.cpl) and select "Microsoft Full Text Indexing Engine for Exchange" on the Exchange server and select Repair. Give it a few minutes and the function will start to ...


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Autodiscover is design to give you that functionality. It performs automatic configuration of the Outlook client. You can set it up to do that when the user launches Outlook for the first time. Here is Microsoft's documentation on the service deployment for Exchange 2013: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Bb124251(v=EXCHG.150).aspx The default ...


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In OWA, normal invitations should not involve you picking the Calendar in the interface. You only have this permission in OWA because you have FullAccess to the entity assigned in Exchange, and that's now how bookable resources are designed to work. Normally when scheduling resources, you would instead set the Location as a Room from the Room List or ...


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SCOM's Management Packs for Exchange (2007/2010/2013) offers the ability to setup synthetic transactions to measure availability (2007,2010). For 2013 it would seem that Exchange has it's own monitoring, which SCOM tracks. If you're using on-prem Exchange 2013, look here: Managing Health Sets in Exchnage 2013 For Exchange 2010, the SCOM management pack ...


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There are a few things you can do. You can visit http(s)://fqdn/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync to see if you get an authentication prompt. You can set up a script to keep checking this URL (and possibly log in) and see if you get a HTTP 501/505 response. If you're using Exchange 2007+, if you have the Exchange Management Tools installed on your test system, ...


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Open EAC (Exchange Admin Center). Select Mail Flow on the Left Panel Menu. Select Accepted Domains from the Top Menu. Click the + icon. Enter a name in Name, enter the fqdn of the subdomain in Accepted Domain. ("subdomain.example.com"). Select Authoritative domain. Select Save Don't forget to add/update an MX record for the subdomain. To confirm the ...


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I have found a solution to the problem. Apparently, Exchange is not doing a good job of updating its Mailbox State Database (can't tell the original name). You can use the following command to give it a push: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj860462(v=exchg.150).aspx


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Due to this site I tried to add -Identity at the end of the line, as in the line on the top. This worked for me. Thanks! BTW:I excluded also some other users, because I don't know exactly what they do, am afraid to delete too much. I also added -confirm:$false. Get-MailboxPermission -Identity $TheUser | where {($_.User -notlike "NT AUTHORITY\SELF") -and ...


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I was unfamiliar with the scenario you described, because it's clearly bouncing between Lync Response Groups and Exchange UM. Here's what I think: I suspect you have an Exchange UM CallAnsweringRule configured on UserX's mailbox. It's configured to do the "To speak to an Operator, Press 0" action, and then transfers back to a configured extension, the ...


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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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BCC is designed for the functionality you are asking. Change your scripts to use BCC instead of TO


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I was having crunch on licenses The correct answer to this question is to either acquire more licenses or switch to a platform that you can afford.


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That is impossible. Microsoft Exchange simply does not work without Active Directory. If you deleted user in Active Directory, mailbox becames disconnected - without any user to authenticate against.


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If you have 32-bit version of Outlook then free Advanced Security for Outlook add-in will help. It allows access for specific programs.


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You have to have ActiveSync and possibly AutoDiscover working for the on-premise organization in order to do a hybrid coexistence migration. Use the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer to check that Exchange ActiveSync and AutoDiscover are working. A common problem here is not having the correct certificates installed correctly.


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Yes you should make your failover exchange server into a CAS/Mailbox server. Remember this is not specifially for DR, it's for failover. A DR event should also include possible corruption of the database (which in this case the DB will just be replicated and corrupted on two servers). DR is ONLY accomplished with offline backups, preferably stored offsite. ...


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"The IncomingLogCopyingNetwork corresponds to the database replicas. The status will show the source DAG node, the one pushing logs, and the network it is using. You'll want to see that your MAPI network is not specified here. The OutgoingConnections corresponds to the mounted database. The status shows the target DAG nodes and again, the network it is ...


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In my experience the best way to do photos is with Active Directory. I'm assuming you are federated with Dirsync running. If so, there's a free tool from Cjwdev called AD Photo Edit Free that makes it easy to add pictures to user accounts in AD. Without a tool like that, you have to do crazy PowerShell stuff. You have to make the photos square before you add ...



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