• Outlook 2003

    After sending an Outlook 2003 email with >64MB of .exe utilities in it, I realized (A) The .exe files would get stripped by the recipient's firewall (B) The message size was probably too large anyway. So, I deleted the message in the Sent Items folder. Now Outlook reports error 0x80040610...

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  • I still can’t see the yahoo mail site?

    Hi, Some of my users can't see the Yahoo's mail site! When they click MAIL or type the Yahoo mail page address in address bar it says: The page can't be found! Of course I heard of other people that try this from their home and they have problem too!? Could you please help me? Thank you. -----...

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  • How to configure IIS for Web server with static IP

    How do I configure IIS for Web server with static IP?

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  • SNDDST output is ASCII

    Can anybody help me on using the SNDDST command? I tried to send a physical file to Microsoft Exchange (MS Outlook) and not successful. The file was sent to my Outlook inbox but the file is all ASCII characters. It cannot be read using any text editor.

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  • Receiving mail on Exchange 2007

    How to prevent users from receiving mail on Exchange 2007?

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  • Windows Server 2003 clients losing connection with shared drives

    What is the possible reasons for XP clients losing the connection to a shared drive on a Windows 2003 server? It happens about 3 times a day and happens while they are working. It is setup and an Exchange server and that connection gets lost too (goes to work offline on Outlook on the clients)....

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  • Delete x days files and folders

    I need help with a batch script that will delete 30 days old files from a folder automatically. I have read about forfiles and I am doing something wrong. I don't know where the file goes when I click on forfiles.exe. Anyways, if someone can help me with this, I would greatly appreciated it. Also,...

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  • Ping request timed out

    We are using one IIS server and Database server for our organization’s internal use. The Database server has two LAN cards with the following IP addresses, 192.168.0.12 and 192.168.0.112. When we ping the database server by machine name, we get a reply from 192.168.0.112; however, sometimes we...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • “Can’t open file: fax.tif.” One user can not open fax attachment yet other users have no problem.

    Small business server with Win XP clients with a domain. Currently three users for four PCs. User A cannot open a fax attachment in Outlook. Error message "can't create file: fax.tif. right click folder you want to create the file in and then check propertieson the shortcut menu to check your...

    Frichardson650 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 server running on Windows Server 2003 that is running out of space on the system partition

    I have an Exchange 2003 server running on Windows Server 2003 that is running out of space on the system partition. I have a RAID 5 configuration. I want to replace the drives with larger ones and resize the partitions in the process. I had two thoughts as a way to do this. One would be to install...

    ITKE344,655 pointsBadges:
  • SMTP and SNDDST

    I send a mail with the SNDDST command. When it is received by the recipient on lets say Outlook I see the following: 1.  The sender's name from the 'SMTP user id' in the 'Change name for SMTP' display and it shows as MyName@Domain.COM 2.  The subject, etc When I send a mail from my PC I see the...

    JohnDavids35 pointsBadges:
  • Send mail problem on Exchange 2010

    Hi, I have a problem sending mail. Our company has 2 ISPs. I have 2 MX record on host: 1. smtp1.domain.com IP X.X.X.X. 2. smtp2.domain.com  IP y.y.y.y X.X.X.X.- first ISP static IP y.y.y.y - second ISP static IP Exchange server 2010 smtp connector is mail.domain.com ISP1 and ISP 2 added PTR...

    Eliyevelxan1,235 pointsBadges:
  • Emails disappeared in Outlook Express

    I somehow made about 2300 emails disappear.  The last thing that shows on my email is April 28. No new emails are showing. Someone suggested that I hit a setting that hides the emails. If I did, I have no idea how I did it, or how to get them back. If anyone knows I would love to know the answer.

    Grat8ful5 pointsBadges:
  • Testing Autodiscover failed Exchange 2010

    I just installed a Exchange 2010 Outlook Anyware on my SBS 2008. All my users are receiving email from it when they are in the office. Their cell phones are able to receive the email as well. My off-site users are not able to connect to the exchange server only thru VPN. I installed SSL Cret but...

    Wingnut789060 pointsBadges:
  • Access calendar issue

    I no longer have access to my friend calendar but his calendar invites are still showing up in my Inbox. How do we get this to stop?

    pnirmal10 pointsBadges:
  • Access Outlook express in home computer

    I set it up a new computer in my home office (connected via cable modem), and also want to access the program from the downstairs computer (wireless connection). The problem is some incoming emails show up on the office program and others show up on the downstairs machine (I think when the...

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  • Question about IT management software

    Hello, I am just wondering if anyone knows of some software available for IT departments, that say is accessible to users through a company intranet site where a user can go in and log an issue or problem with their system which goes into a database, then once the issue is resolved the user can go...

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  • .PST equvivalent of .PST file in Lotus Notes

    Hi Guys, I had using Outlook before to save mails to my hard drive in a PST file. Now I am using Lotus. I need to know how do we do save mails in hard drive if we are using Lotus Notes? Like in Outlook we would create an Outlook file, what do we need to create in Lotus Notes, and how do we do this?...

    MyAnswers55 pointsBadges:
  • Where should mail server go? Sub domain or own domain

    Hey people, I'm kind of new to this so any help would be appreciated. I am currently setting up an email server running w2k server. We have a domain running Active Directory. My question is should I put the mail server as it's own domain, or should I put it under the current one? Also, how would I...

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  • Address book for desktop

    I need an address book for my desktop. How can I create one?

    Rasher194010 pointsBadges:

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