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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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My first thought is this certificate is coming from somewhere else. I have seen it coming from a proxy in the past. However the first thing I would do is an Autodiscover test. Hold down CTRL while right clicking on the Outlook icon in the system tray. Choose test email auto configuration. Deselect the second and third options and run the test. Look at ...


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Absolutely, use Spam Confidence Level, for example, dmarc/spf failures are marked as SCL 9 instead of rejecting in o365 https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa995744(v=exchg.150).aspx


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For me, Lync conversation history was not getting displayed in outlook (a Form region cannot be opened). Issue got solved after removing the entries HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\FormRegions and by restarting Outlook. Follow the instruction at link : http://www.balestechnology.com/outlookformregion.html Outlook has certain built ...


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First - you have made a common mistake. Are you referring to the GAL, or the OAB? I suspect the OAB. To be sure, does OWA (which uses live information) reflect the GAL correctly? If so, then the problem is with the OAB. The first thing you should do is on a test workstation, is delete the *.oab files. That will force Outlook to download a complete GAL. ...


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If your mail server is Microsoft Exchange If you need multiple different users to have access to a single mailbox then why not just grant those users access to the shared mailbox? Create an Exchange mailbox for each of them like you would each other employee but then have an additional Exchange mailbox and then grant each of those users access to the ...


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For SBS, you need to use the wizards. Re-running the setup wizards in the console and not changing anything will issue a new SSL certificate. However you should really be using a trusted SSL certificate. Repeating authentication prompts is classic SSL certificate issues. As for the FSMO roles, you need to move them back, as you are technically in ...


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I don't think there is a specific way to warn about repeating bookings outside work hours but you can restrict meetings to only during work hours, see set-calendarProcessing.


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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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I seem to have solved the issue by removing an old, stopped, website from the IIS configuration. To elaborate, I'll expand on the configuration a bit: The server in question has two IP addresses. Let's call them 192.168.100.200 and 192.168.100.201 for now. The main web site on the server is named "Default Web Site", as is often the case. There was also a ...


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In a few cases you will end up re-creating profiles - I've not had a single migration yet where that was not the case so I always prepare for that. If no one is using the old mail server any longer AND the original client configuration was setup by Autodiscover, it should be as simple as updating the AutoDiscover A record to point to O365 (which is part of ...


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The problem with PST files is that they are very difficult to backup reliably. The easiest solution would probably be to use Office365 for email. That will store the email in the cloud. If there is more than 50gb of PST files then you may still get it all in to the cloud. PST files are incredibly inefficient - between two and three times the size of the ...


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You haven't said whether your client is using Exchange, IMAP, POP3, or whatever, but I'm going to assume Not Exchange because you said PST (rather than OST). I'm also going to assume that your users are putting their PSTs in relatively normal places in their profile directories (which isn't necessarily a safe assumption). I'm going to recommend something ...


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Exchange 2003 is end of life. It probably sounds glib for me to suggest you upgrade Exchange in order to fix your Windows 10 client problem, but... Microsoft doesn't guarantee that new products will work with end of life products. My googling suggests that perhaps the issue is deprecated security standards. Some complete other third party product is ...


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Users are still able to delete messages, and this is the most likely cause of the missing messages. Retention Policies are used to "expire" items based on certain criteria, but they will not prevent objects from being deleted by a user. In Office 365 if you need to prevent users from deleting messages you need place a hold on the mailboxes. You can ...


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Couple of things for you to configure: Virtual Directories. Review your certificate and DNS configuration. You need to implement something called split DNS. You need to create and configure the external zone the is used in your external DNS for Exchange, inside your internal DNS server. You need to make sure that your certificate lists the internal name ...


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How did you setup your internal URLs and URI for autodiscover? What DNS names are you using internally? Did you create an autodiscover DNS record(s) to point to the internal Exchange 2013 server? After starting Outlook, right click the outlook icon in the taskbar tray while holding CTRL and choose "Test email autoconfiguration" and then press the "Test" ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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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