I’m not sure if my answer will apply to your situation, but here goes… We use Exchange 5.5 on NT and our users are all Win2k/Outlook 2000. We use VPN for remote connectivity, and the way we connect to our mail server using Outlook over VPN is we put an entry for the mail server [...]
View Answer | December 8, 2004 7:51 AM
DataCenter, Exchange, VPN
Hey Scatterbrainedkid, MS Exchange 2003 Standard or Enterprise edition is not designed to run on WS2003 64-bit edition. Thanks, Nick
View Answer | December 3, 2004 1:01 PM
DataManagement, Exchange, Exchange 2003
Hi Adrian, There are a load of utilities and applications for SPAM reduction, the four options you may consider in-line with cost and scalibilty are: 1. Managed Service (Message Labs, BlackSpider) 2. Internal solution (Clearswift Mimesweeper, Iron Port or similar) 3. Mail System Tools 4. Free Filters and Tools It is quite an industry, and [...]
View Answer | November 30, 2004 4:47 AM
CIO, E-business, Information risk management, IT architecture, Networking Products, Security, Security management, Security products, Spam, Vendors
I may have missed something, but is she the only one that is floating and not logging in at the different stations? I would believe that the system is requiring that person to authenticate first to the domain and then log on OWA. All my remote users have to use that same process.
View Answer | November 29, 2004 3:57 PM
Use the ISA server built-in report utility, where you can define different reports to be run on f.ex. daily and/or monthly basis. ISA server will supply you with a number of reports including the one that you want. Tip: Run the report generator under a separate service account and not with your own user account, [...]
View Answer | November 29, 2004 2:49 AM
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Do you ever receive Event 9014 (System attendant is operational)? Is Exchange functioning? Sounds like the Exchange server setup may not have registered properly in Active directory or some WMI classes are missing.
View Answer | November 25, 2004 5:36 PM
Exchange 2003, Outlook, Tech support
I am not sure what you mean when you say moving the DNS services outside? The DNS servers you have setup now will need to remain active as AD will not work without the internal DNS service. I suspect you know that already, that is why I am confused as to what you are asking.
View Answer | November 24, 2004 8:47 AM
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First off, check your default domain controller policy to sort out your incorrect SID. It’s most probably power users in the windows security settings. Static IPs won’t give you a problem unless you run DHCP as well and hand out the same IPs. Make sure subnet masks are correct. Your problem does look like an [...]
View Answer | November 23, 2004 4:55 AM
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Is the error on the client PC, or on the server? Does the error come up “out of the blue” or does it tend to happen when you do certain things, like opening messages? The error message you mentioned could possibly be caused by lack of proper security permissions. Also, check the event log on [...]
View Answer | November 22, 2004 2:22 PM
I assume that you understand about using the CLI to access the router. This link may help explain the initial CLI interface and some of the commands: http://www.itexamprep.com/china/cisco/article/o_routerconfig.htm
View Answer | November 19, 2004 11:21 AM
Cabling, Cisco, DataCenter, Exchange, Hardware, Hubs, Networking, Routers, Switches
Although we’ve done the initial audit manually, I’ve been looking for some help in managing compliance. NetIQ, Legato and Configuresoft are the three possible solutions I’ve found so far. Of the three, Configuresoft seems to be the most complete. It not only logs any changes, you can set policies on your ‘Sox’ servers which prevent [...]
View Answer | June 29, 2012 5:19 PM
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Hmmm … the Smarthost is an outsourced virus/spam scanner. I assume that you are wanting to route messages originating from inside to destinations outside your network. The only way that could work is to set up a separate SMTP service that isn’t tied to the domain/Exchange policies and “smarthost.” Of course, this is completely dependent [...]
View Answer | November 17, 2004 1:49 PM
No solution (FW or content filter) is 100% effective, expect that some items may get passed your protective barriers. You did not mention if you have anti-virus on the desktops/email server, etc. Do you have VPN access that allows home/mobile users into the network behind these screens? You could have an infected client(s) that is [...]
View Answer | November 16, 2004 3:46 PM
Edit the database resources QueryDocumentDelete and rem out the section of code for the deletion of resorce documents. Delete the documents and then put the code back the way it was. I have done this a few times without any problems. madkahuna
View Answer | November 16, 2004 11:48 AM
Calendar, Exchange, Lotus Domino
Make sure that delivery for your users are configured to be in the server MailBox, and not in a personnal folder (PST). The reminders that appear are those from the calendar that belongs to the folder that is configured to be the delivery target. Bye.
View Answer | November 16, 2004 10:51 AM
You will have to write this code using LotusScript or a seperate VB app that calls the Notes COM objects to send the e-mails. Cannot be more helpful than that without more info.
View Answer | November 11, 2004 7:11 PM
Exchange, Lotus Domino
Some email servers block email if they can’t verify the sender’s email address. By default the email address created by SNDDST would not be an address that could be verified. You could use the SMTP alias feature to translate the address to a verifiable email address. I ran into this situation several years ago when [...]
View Answer | November 11, 2004 4:33 PM
Exchange, Tech support
Of course. You always want your servers to have static IPs…never DHCP. Additionally, I’m pretty sure Exchange 5.5 wont let you install it without a static IP.
View Answer | November 10, 2004 4:28 PM
How many drives in your raid5 array where the IO is performing badly? In my experience, raid5 is not the best array type for this activity. I would suggest a test setup using raid 0+1 (striping + mirroring) for best IO performance results.
View Answer | November 9, 2004 10:04 AM
Looks like Exchange doesn’t think the SMTP address does not exist. Is this strictly with mail from the outside? Does this error happen for every email sent or sporadically?
View Answer | November 8, 2004 10:47 PM
E-mail applications, Exchange