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Apr
23
comment How to modify user data on Exchange
I ended up using Java's JNDI API.
Apr
11
comment How to modify user data on Exchange
Thanks for the input.
Apr
11
comment How to modify user data on Exchange
Yes, agreed. Thanks for the input. SO tends to not answer Exchange / Outlook questions, so figured I'd try here first. I think AD may be the better route now that I have some more insight into how AD/Exchange work together.
Apr
11
comment How to modify user data on Exchange
So you'd say use EWS over directly modifying Active Directory?
Apr
11
comment How to modify user data on Exchange
Name, address, phone number, and manager.
Apr
10
comment How to modify user data on Exchange
So far (using the Java 1.2 wrapper), I've logged in, and grabbed the Contacts lists. I've been able to modify contacts this way. The problem seems to be that these changes only affect my local contact list, and not the global. The requirements I was given are vague, and my office doesn't have any Exchange experts to help me fill in the blanks. My main blank is how "users" are defined in Exchange? Will modifying their global contact effectively change the info associated to their account?
Apr
3
comment Why are http headers not set when I use proxypass on apache2.2
I'm sure there is a logical reason for this. Someone with more depth of knowledge in the inner workings of Apache http may know why.
Apr
3
comment Why are http headers not set when I use proxypass on apache2.2
Did a bit more searching, and I found a solution. Will post for others.
Apr
3
comment Why are http headers not set when I use proxypass on apache2.2
Did you ever find a solution to this issue? I'm running into the same problem.
Dec
11
comment How to keep multiple servers in sync file wise?
You might want to at least test out this solution. It looks like the easiest and most reliable solution. You can always stop using it if it eats up too much throughput.
Dec
7
comment How do I protect business critical data against fire?
Fireproof safes won't save you from a hard drive failure. You should have the data replicated to a remote server location specially designed for backups.