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Hi all, we run Exchange server 2003 but users uses outlook 2007. presently just one user's outlook will not saving email addresses i.e. is always showing old email addresses and not adjust itself. please what could cause this and how can I resolved it? thanks
I have two different sites with Exchange Server 2000 installed, and both are not sending non-delivery reports (NDRs) to the sender. It will only send a copy of the NDR to a specified recipient. Why might it do this?
I need to know if Active Sync will work with Exchange Server 2000? And if not, can you upgrade to Exchange 2003 on Server 2000?