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That is incredibly easy. You simply need to retrieve a list of mailboxes and run the example against each of them: # Get all mailboxes in the forest $Mailboxes = Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited -IgnoreDefaultScope $ConfirmPreference = 'None' # Iterate over each mailbox foreach($Mailbox in $Mailboxes) { try { # Try to run the example fix ...


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Not saying DanBig's answer isn't valid...but: In this particular scenario, why not simply set forwarding on the mailbox of the employee that is leaving (in the EAC): http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351134%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx and possibly set an OOF auto-reply as well stating that "I'm no longer with the company, direct all email to ...


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To quote the Exchange Team Blog: Q. Do I need Exchange 2010 to display GAL Photos? A. As noted in the post, Active Directory has the thumbnailPhoto attribute. Outlook 2010 has the client-side feature to display the photo. Exchange 2010 provides the Import-RecipientDataProperty cmdlet to easily import the photo (yes, a GUI would've been nice - we hear ...


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What you're looking for won't work - at least not in a supported way. If you've read the Exchange 2010 multitenancy guides - they specifically address this: The URLs and hostnames configured returned to clients are the same across the system. It is not possible to configure tenant specific URLs to be returned via AutoDiscover. The recommendation ...


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I was getting the Security Alert while trying to set up Outlook to connect to my company's Exchange Server from a remote location. As of this writing, when you choose to "View Certificate" from the Security Alert, all you can see is the web server certificate itself in the certification path tab, the root CA cert is not present. So no way to import the ...


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You can disable Ribbon interface items in Office applications via Group Policy. There may be keyboard shortcuts or other ways around it, but this will make it more difficult for your users to attempt to recall messages. The specific settings you need are going to be under User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Microsoft Outlook 2010 | Disable Items ...


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Did you properly decommission the old Exchange server? Move all the public folders over? Using Autodiscover properly? Check the https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/ site on both valid and invalid clients and note any errors/warnings. Exchange SCP records in AD and other lingering meta objects will cause issues if you don't decommission it correctly. ...


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One option is to setup delegate access to accomplish this. Look at the following link, but i will post the pertinent info. Replace User A (Jane) and User B (John) appropriately. In the end, the user that actually works there, should be logged into windows, not the other way around. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291626/en-gb Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 ...



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