Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

4

The autocomplete list is stored as an hidden message w/ the subject "IPM.Configuration.Autocomplete" in the Inbox folder of the user's mailbox. You can't get at it with Outlook, but other tools will let you. Call me heavy-handed, but I think I'd grab a copy of MFCMAPI and use it to backup an then delete the autocomplete cache. (As an aside: MFCMAPI is just ...


3

You need to use Exchange Management Console to select which certificate to present to users. Open Exchange Management Console Navigation Pane: Server Configuration Action Pane: Import Exchange Certificate (if needed) Action Pane: Assign Services to Certificate For the command line, there is a Exchange Management Shell command: Import-ExchangeCertificate ...


3

It's the OST files... the locally cached copy of the emails and calendar events and such that Outlook downloads from the Exchange server. You want to disable cached mode and prevent Outlook from creating an OST file, though why you'd do this instead of just using OWA (Outlook Web App/"Exchange Webmail") is beyond me. Both settings are controllable by GPO ...


2

I'm not aware of "outlook autodiscovery" working at all without the "proper" DNS TXT and SRV records in your domain. But these are non-standard and may differ depending on how you, your ISP, or your hosting provider have configured your email SERVER and which server it is. here are some samples of ISP, Microsfot , and tech help blogs showing the variety ...


2

Yes, I've seen this - your clients may be also running OCS at login, or some other software that connects to the same MAPI profile; maybe some AV software, or other Outlook addon that starts up before Outlook itself. That's my guess. You could run ProcMon from Sysinternals and see what's opening the OST/PST for the user's MAPI profile before Outlook does. ...


2

We enabled cached mode on Terminal Servers because it was the only way to get Instant Search to work in Outlook 2013 connected to Exchange 2013.


1

About that PowerShell snippet: You're assigning and piping at the same time. And you're doing it wrong. Those are two separate statements: $BlockedSenders = Get-Content .\blockedsenders.txt Set-SenderFilterConfig -BlockedSenders $BlockedSenders About the larger problem at hand: You need the users to specify which ones are sending spam, and which ones ...


1

I faced the same problem but for some reason it all sorted out when I upgraded my MS Office to Service Pack 2 and I also deleted the stored user name and password with the following command rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr.


1

We have this issue with Outlook 2013 and Roaming Profiles/folder redirection. The fix for us was to reset the Sync Centre database, like so; Open Regedit and go to the following key; HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\services\CSC\Parameters Create a DWORD called "FormatDatabase" and set the value to 1 to reset the Sync Centre DB on the next reboot.


1

Really hope this get's indexed by google for the world to see. I had this EXACT ISSUE happen to me, and no solutions worked. Please bear in mind I am my companies I.T. Guy and consider myself to be competent in these things, so I tried all the suggested solutions before even turning to the forums. Now the way I resolved it was to log on to the outlook ...


1

OWA may be disabled for the mailbox. Have a check in Exchange Management Console, Mailbox preperties, tab Mailbox Feature, check if Outlook Web App is enabled.


1

Use Exchange management shell: Get-MailBox | FL Identity Get-MailBox <identity> |fl LegacyExchangeDN


1

Are you using Outlook as the email client? If so, you can perform an advanced find in the Deleted Items folder to find all items modified in a range that should work for you (today, yesterday, on or before, on or after, etc., etc.).


1

No. System restore only handles system settings, not personal data (which includes e-mail). If you have a backup elsewhere, you could use that backup.


1

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 ...


1

By default, the data in the Outlook profile is excluded already. Roaming profiles excludes the appdata\local folder which is where most of the outlook data is stored. If there are other locations you want to exclude, you can exclude directories/folders from roaming profiles through your group policy. In your group policy object: Browse to: User/Admin ...


1

I saw this behavior several times. Usually it's related to Outlook local cache that contain an invalid entry. You can remove it following this steps : open outlook compose a new email type in the "to:" field the first letter of the email address or name, until it show you the record you are looking for click the cross right to the name You can also ...


1

Download the image Insert the picture/image directly into the signature when you create the signature. It won't show as an "attachment" if you are using HTML format. If you want different signatures for each mail format (HTML, plain text, rich text) then you'd need something like Disclaimers (3rd party). .... Profit


1

Enable advanced logging in Outlook. Usually RPC trace events help a lot. Do the following: Disable add-in, collect logs. Enable add-in, collect logs. Review the resulting log files.


1

There isn't any native Exchange feature that can do this as you're describing. I'm not aware of any third-party add-ons either, but it would be worth investigating. If this is a frequent thing, you might want to set up a third-party webmail interface that can more easily do this in the interface or via backend rules, and then make sure that its SMTP engine ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible