• OWA Certificate

    Hi There, I have been tasked with removing the annoying "Certificate Error - Click Here to continue to website (Not REcommended)" error that comes up through our OWA site. We have it configured to use secure access via HTTPS and want to keep it this way, however the certificate that was installed...

    Paulbeynon60 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook Client 2007 and exchange server 2003

    A newly created user can able to sned and recieve internally but not externally. The client user outlook 2007 whereas the exchange server is 2003, please help.

    BaseerM60 pointsBadges:
  • DPM 2007 64bit

    I am trying to install DPM on a server 2008 box with exchange 2007 when I run the install it comes up telling me I have to disable Client Side Certificates and give me instruction on how to disable them in IIS Management Console. I go to IIS Management console and do what it says but I can't find...

    Jappling5 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise IM security: what software and policies do you use?

    One of our bloggers, Tony Bradley, recently discussed in his blog and on SearchUnifiedCommunications' "Reality Check" podcast the implications of IM and social networking on network security. What do you have in place at your workplace to address these issues? What combination of security and...

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • OWA not working on remote server

    I have two exchange servers, one in Denver the other in Albq. People on the Denver server can access OWA just fine but for some reason people on the ALBQ. server lost the ability to do so. What to look for and where do I loook for it?

    Yager120 pointsBadges:
  • EXCHANGE SERVER GIVING ERRORS

    HI all, I had installed win 2003 in a server and made it as additional domain controller and installed exchange 2003 created mail boxesfor the users and installed exchange pop 3 connector software. our mail id's r with yahoo im getting mails from external mail ids but im facing problems with...

    Subbu007ec5 pointsBadges:
  • new exchange server

    At the moment I have a DC with windows 2000 an exchange 2003 on it. I want to seperate exchange from the DC on an new server. What is the best way to do ?

    Tomtom315 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 upgrade

    Can Exchange 2003 be upgraded to Exchange 2007 on the same hardware, without additional Hardware cost?

    9414bf10 pointsBadges:
  • IIS 7 – How do I get to the site home directory tab?

    I have a 2008 windows standard server with IIS 7 and WSS 3.0 installed. After installation I decided I wanted to move the Inetpub dir from C: to D:. Now when I run Sharepoint central administration I get errors on all the web parts(Web Part Error: This page has encountered a critical error. Contact...

    KatanaBeach115 pointsBadges:
  • Policy for Outlook ‘Person Names Smart Tag Option’

    I manage about 350 users running Outlook 2007 (Exchange 2007) and I have "Enabled" the 'Turn Off Enable the Person Names Smart Tag Option'  for all users using our Default Domain policy.  The problem I'm having is in the Outlook client the Smart Tag option box is still checked and when a user...

    Potential50 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 certificates and Outlook web access

    When i set up Exchange 2007 Enterprise edition i also deployed an edge server. i opened for web access so that users could log on to webmail. They all received that self signed certificate error  so i purchased a certificate through Thawte. This was "locked" to the name "webmail.domain.com". The...

    ITKE344,995 pointsBadges:
  • E-Mail reader that allows sharing of address book?

    At our small high school we use the (free) GMail school accounts for all students and faculty. Most of our users like to use Outlook. With Office 2003, we could maintain a master address book (PAB), which I could then distribute to everybody's Mail folder across our (Windows 2003 server) network....

    Britinga425 pointsBadges:
  • How do I make a calendar NOT viewable in Exchange 2003?

    Our CEO wants to prevent anyone in our company from seeing his Outlook 2003 appointment calendar. We are using Exchange 2003 as the mail server. I have gone into his Outlook and set the calendar permissions so that the default permission is set to NONE. I have also set the calendar options so that...

    Cwmartin15 pointsBadges:
  • Subnets for Exchange 2010 and Domain Controllers

    Is there security advantage of having domain controllers on different subnet from member servers hosting Exchange 2010 (MBX, CAS, HUB)? Or due to number of required ports to be open the firewall essentially becomes a "swiss cheese".

    Thomas199125 pointsBadges:
  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Sept. 22, 2009

    Curious as to what the most popular IT questions and answers are on  ITKE? So were we! So we’ve been watching the watchlists, so to speak, to bring you the top 10 questions, answers and discussions at the top of user watchlists this week. Read them all at our Community Blog.

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Email suddenly Auto Replicates

    On a number of occasions, I've had my email in box suddenly be populated with duplicates of a number of my emails. Today - there were four copies of several emails resulting in nearly 1,000 emails in my In Box. Does anyone have any idea what might cause this? and how I can prevent it from happening...

    FLMarky5 pointsBadges:
  • Ecxhange 2007 distribution lists and groups

    How do i export a list of all the groups and lists someone belongs to. I need to list theese for a lot of users and writing it by hand seems stupid but i cant copy it from the management console. can i somehow do it via the managemeent shell?

    Alar5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 Public Calendar, Auto Accept Agent

    I have a Small Business Server 2003 with Exchange 2003 sp2 loaded. We have several Public Calendars that users will look at to see where staff are. Meetings, off for the day, at a Client's site, ect. I have tried to install the AAA on the server, it installed fine, but when I go to run the...

    KeithArmstead5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2000 can receive but not send

    Hello, I have a Microsoft Exchange system that is handling email for two remote companies connected via Sites and Services. Email at the primary location flows without any issues, but users with the 'second' email address name are unable to send email. They can receive email, but nothing happens...

    Twelfelt45 pointsBadges:
  • MX record usage- what will happen if a MX record is missing on a DNS server??

    what will happen if a MX record is missing on a DNS server??

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:

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