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  • Ms Exchange Transport and MS exchange RPC client access services not starting

    I am using Exchange 2010. The MS Exhange Transport service and the MS exchande RPC client Access service are not running.  my users cannot connect to the exchange server using OUTLOOK 2007. When i open the Exchange management console , i get the error ' initialization failed'. what should do to...

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  • NLB with CAS not working

    We have set up Network Load Balancing (NLB) on two Hub Transport/Client Access servers. (Windows Server 2008/Exchange Server 2007) When we go directly to either of the nodes, we can access OWA just fine. However, when we try to go to the new NLB cluster, by name or IP address, we get this: The page...

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  • Excahnge 2007 to 2010 upgrade – Client issue

    We are about to embark on upgrading our Exchange system from 2007 to 2010. We are going to keep our clients on Outlook 2007 for the meantime. Once the mailbox has been moved what would be the best way of pointing (and reconfiguring) the client to the new CAS server (over 2500 mailboxes, but...

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  • POP3 access to an Exchange 2007 SP1 CAS

    I would set up a POP3 access to an Exchange 2007 SP1 CAS. I permitted traffic in firewall from web to port tcp/995 for that server. Using a test account, I set up a Windows Mail client from an internal network and it correctly works downloading emails. However, setting up a pop account with the...

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  • Should the OWA & ActiveSync Client Access Server be installed in the DMZ or can the internal CAS be safely accessed directly

    We have a small domain and not a lot of money. Should we pay the extra money to buy a Client Access Server to put in the DMZ to allow users to access OWA externally and PDA uses to connect to their mailboxes? If so, are there online instructions somewhere detailing this process of setting up such a...

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  • Is it possible to have two Client Access Server roles in one forest?

    I have installed Exchange Server 2007 in my enterprise. The front-end server has the Client Access Server (CAS) role installed and the back-end server has the Hub Transport and Mailbox roles installed. Is it possible to install a CAS role on the back-end server -- i.e., to have two CAS roles in one...

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  • Exchange 2k7 cas-cas proxying..redirection..?

    Hi. thanks for taking time and effort. I have one AD site..multiple locations. worldwide.root.lcl. i have a cas setup in chicago and in sydney. I want users in Sydney be able to use the Chicago url...chicagomail.worldwide.com.. and be directed to their mailbox servers in Sydney. As well as for RPC...

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  • We have set up Network Load Balancing (NLB) on two Hub Transport/Client Access servers. (Windows Server 2008/Exchange Server 2007)

    We have set up Network Load Balancing (NLB) on two Hub Transport/Client Access servers. (Windows Server 2008/Exchange Server 2007) When we go directly to either of the nodes, we can access OWA just fine. However, when we try to go to the new NLB cluster, by name or IP address, we get this: The page...

    ITKE351,880 pointsBadges:
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