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You can start by exporting a detail report to a text for more detail Get-MailboxExportRequest -status failed | Get-MailboxExportRequestStatistics -IncludeReport | Format-List > c:\report.txt I hope your report will shed light on details of the failure


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Another method is using mysql expansions feature in postfix. See man 5 mysql_table. Here the alternative version of your query query = SELECT '%d/%u/' FROM virtual_users WHERE email='%s'; When input was user@example.com, string %d/%u/ will expand to example.com/user/. This part WHERE email='%s' will limit this query to valid username only. See also this ...


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Please post the list of AD groups that this "Entry Level Engineer" belongs to. In the Exchange Management Console, select a representative user and select "Manage Full Access Permission". It should look like this: If there are other users or groups present in that dialog, that's where you'll need to begin to remove access. This is something the ...


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The email without the mime headers would come across as plain text. The mime headers make the message body gets seen as HTML. swaks --body '<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page">link</a>' - --add-header "MIME-Version: 1.0" --add-header "Content-Type: text/html" -t recipient@mail.com


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I'm somewhat guessing, but maybe this still helps you: There are two places where the recipient address is used. First is inside the e-mail as a header-field ("To:"), second is in the SMTP dialog when issueing the RCPT command. The latter is usually called the "envelope" recipient. RFC5322 describes the Internet Message Format (i.e. the header and content ...


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Don't do it if you're using Mailbox files. If you were using Maildir you could do at least some of the work without shutting the services down. Every email that is delivered, and every IMAP access, will alter the Mailbox files. You may end up with corrupted files. The best you can do is to shut off IMAP and local delivery, while still allowing postfix to ...


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If you still have access to Google apps mail using imap protocol then you can use imapsync tool to copy all mail from one account to another regardless of their storage backend.


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I did a little trick to solve the problem. I changed mysql-virtual-mailbox-maps.cf file as following: user = mailuser password = {censored} hosts = 127.0.0.1 dbname = mailserver query = SELECT CONCAT(SUBSTRING(email, LOCATE('@', email) + 1), '/', SUBSTRING_INDEX(email, '@', 1), '/') AS `domain` FROM virtual_users WHERE email='%s' I still would like to know ...


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What we do is: Change the password for the user account (if you simply disable, the mailbox can be accessed up to 15 mins after due to synchronization time). Move the mailaddress to a "Noreply" address with an out of office message stating that the person they have mailed is no longer employed with the company Export to pst from Exchange shell. New-...


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1) Instruct sendmail to look for recipients in message headers (-t) and ignore single dot line as end of email (-i). Without -t sendmail expects to get recipients' list via command line. sendmail -i -t < mymail 2) Insert empty line between headers and body in the message (mymail file) to:my@mail.com from:random@mail.com subject: None None Postfix ...


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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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This doesn't really make sense. But if it's not a mistake and you really need to move from a Windows Server 2008 R2 server running Exchange Server 2010 to a Windows Server 2003 one, then... no way. Sorry. Can't be done. You can't install Exchange Server 2010 on Windows Server 2003.


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It depends on how the messages are being sent. A shared mailbox can be configured to store a copy of messages sent in its name: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2015/03/03/want-more-control-over-sent-items-when-using-shared-mailboxes.aspx https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123981(v=exchg.160).aspx Basically, you need to use the ...


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You need to run "Set-MailboxPlan" cmdlet to change the default role assignment policy to the customize one. First, run "get-mailboxplan" to confirm which plan your license is used, as below: Get-MailboxPlan |fl identity,RoleAssignmentPolicy Then, run "Set-MailboxPlan" to change the RoleAssignmentPolciy to the customize one: Set-MailboxPlan -Identity "...


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In my company access to Archived PST files via OWA is unavailable so I'd always assumed that it was generally impossible under the available Exchange environments. However, I found this Technet Article that states that as long as you're using at least exchange 2010 or an updated version of 2007 you should be able to see them. Apparently they're called "...


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I know this is an old question, but I just had to look up the same thing. You can verify that an AD account has become a room mailbox by checking the following attributes: msExchResourceMetaData -> ResourceType:Room msExchResourceDisplay -> Room msExchResourceSearchProperties -> Room If you're trying to access the actual capabilities of the room (or ...


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Change the booking window to 12 days today, then send out a global email that states what is going on. This isn't as difficult as you might think...why? Because the conference rooms won't even be physically available after March 31st. Which means even if someone two weeks ago booked a recurring meeting that extends all the way to October, that organizer ...


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I'm on mobile so a bit brief, but in addition to the actual mail messages an IMAP server assigns unique ID numbers to messages, which are more or less specific to that IMAP server. By migrating you moved the existing mail but the IMAP server generates new unique ID's and mail clients see every old message as new. Tough luck :( https://www.rfc-editor.org/...


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In both cases, you're modifying the user object within active directory. add-recipientPermisions SendAs adds the desired user with the 'Send As' permission under the destination user's permission list. You can view this in AD Users & Computers. Open the properties of the destination user and navigate to the 'Security' tab. The user you gave 'Send As' ...


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The default limit is 2gb. However the only limit will be the physical limit of the database, which is 2TB. However a mailbox of that size will be almost impossible to view. The practical limit would be somewhere between 30 and 60gb, depending on the Outlook version being used. Simon.


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I think a hash table it what you're after https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee692803.aspx http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2011/10/15/automatically-create-a-powershell-hash-table-10-15-11.aspx Basically you define a table, eg: MailboxName, ActiveSize, ArchiveSize Create a loop, get $This value from $There . $That from $Here ...


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Use Mutt for that. Open Mutt, select all Mails using Shift+T . Enter (just press these keys). Then forward them using ; b and entering the email to forward the mails. This was the easiest solution I found.


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I think you have a folder user.alice.!foo in mailboxes.db, and either there's a bug in 2.5.x, or you switched on virtual domains at some point. The '!' character is used as the domain separator, which makes the folder name ambiguous. This folder is probably invisible to user alice right now.


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just for fun I tried and it works: $ swaks -t user@domain.tld -s smtp.gmail.com:587 -tls -a LOGIN [enter] Username: my.gmail.login Password: my.password [password will be visible here, no asteriks] === Trying smtp.gmail.com:587... === Connected to smtp.gmail.com. <- 220 smtp.gmail.com ESMTP a45sm2396859eda.3 - gsmtp -> EHLO e7250 <- 250-smtp....


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You have to change security settings of your accoutn. By running swaks -tls -t -s smtp.gmail.com:587 -tls -a LOGIN [enter] You recieve a mail like with a link to a page with a button allowing to use the app:


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Use the :create parameter of the mailbox sieve capability (don't forget to require it!): require ["envelope", "fileinto", "mailbox"]; if envelope :is "from" "test@mydomain.com" { fileinto :create "Test"; }


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Try get-mailbox -InactiveMailboxOnly. Unlicensed mailboxes are not SoftDeletedMailboxes. That only occurs after the user is deleted or the mailbox is deleted. Shared mailboxes don’t require a license, so it doesn’t apply here. I’m not sure I understand your second question. If you delete a user from Office 365, the associated mailbox will change to ...


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In the router you should block the outgooing port 25 completly. You think it’s a mailbox that cause the mass spam, but most malware will start their own SMTP server and directly send their email(s) and will spoof the sender. Please block the outgooing port 25 and try a tcpview in all of your computers inside your LAN to see who is the culprit. If your ...


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The default database size limit for Exchange Server 2013 Standard Edition is 1,024 gigabytes (GB). This information is mentioned in a similar case for your reference. If you are afraid that the mailbox databases experience significant issues, you can set the value of “issue warning at (GB) “ in the mailbox database. To specify the storage limit, select the ...


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There are a bazillion things to know, do and constantly have an eye on. Doing bulk email correctly today is not as easy as just a few ago. It starts with checking backlink|backscatterhandling, monitoring/sharing mail egress data, reply to abuse reasonably fast, checking with dnsbl/uribl providers for whitebox entries, using safe sender lists, using ...


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