• Exchange 2010: Room mailboxes

    Exchange 2010: I created several room mailboxes (for our conference rooms, etc..). When I attempt to open their calendars in Outlook 2010, it works fine. I can see the booked meetings. With the same account, if I attempt to open the calendars in Outlook 2007, I receive the message - "You do not...

    GLeung35 pointsBadges:
  • faxing

    Do the HIPAA security rules apply to faxing out of EMRs

    Dnapz5 pointsBadges:
  • I want to get POP3 off my computer. How do I do this?

    Pop3 is stopping me from being able to send emails.  Im not sure how I got it on the computer anyway.   It shows up as subject: motorcycle sales; Account: pop3. I just want it off my computer.  Please tell me how to remove it! It also stops info on my Iphone at times dealing with email.  ...

    DJ20125 pointsBadges:
  • personal storage disabled?

    I get this message,"Pst (Personal storage) usage is disabled on this computer" when I try to import my personal files from Office 2003. Previously an Exchange program had been installed - I'm trying to disable it.

    Bolchad5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Calendar Events

    First let me explain what my need is and how I am thinking of going about it solving it. If you could help answer my question or even provide a better solution I would be very grateful. I have events/bills that are emailed to me that do not have a recurring due date and I am not the only one that...

    Rbarnett19745 pointsBadges:
  • How do I remove a symbol attached to my cursor

    have a page? symbol attached to my cursor. how to remove it?

    Bpmitchell95 pointsBadges:
  • Migration from exchange 2003 AD to new exchange 2010 AD

    Current Environment is: Old domain ([strong]domain A[/strong]) two domain controllers, 1 Exchange 2003 sp2 server with about 90 users on. New Domain is Parent domain ([strong]domain Z[/strong]) with exchange 2010 setup (HUB and CAS on one server, Mailbox on another server). Then two child domains...

    Jimsin35 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2010 Public Folders

    I quess I have two questions regarding moving of Public Folders from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010. First question - When I run get-publicfolderstatistics -server topaz I get a listing with the name of the public folder, its item count and last access time.  My problem is trying to tie this item...

    Unclebo68445 pointsBadges:
  • Share folder access log

    How to monitor a share folder, who access( Read or write) in windows 2003? what service am going to enable?

    HRPL15 pointsBadges:
  • email is being received multiple times in a period of 2 days

    the person is recieving her email onto her phone via Exchange server. She has been complaining that she is recieving the same mail multiple times over a period of 2 days. Any help?

    Generics5 pointsBadges:
  • Shared Outlook 2007 Mailbox + Rule Sets

    I have a shared mailbox with about 20 people. We would like all items that go into the inbox to be sorted into folders based on their subjects. I can do this for my personal email box, but cannot figure out how to apply the rules to this shared box. When I create a rule, it says "client-only." Can...

    Atencza30 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Event New ID’s

    Hi , Any one having idea about exchange event id and their numbers.Please share with me Thanks & Regards

    Lotus,Event Id,5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 – Limit a users send access

    I need to set a particular user's email access so that they are only able to send and receive e-mail from their director. Any ideas? I know how to restict who can send to him, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to restrict who he sends to.

    Ve.garza0 pointsBadges:
  • User that is getting alot of junk mail-How can I change her email address so that she does not get mail from her old email address?

    A question submitted on SearchExchange.com I have a user that is getting alot of junk mail. Our mail filter is not very good at all. Currently, the user's email address was the same as her login account, example sandy@domain.com. I added another smtp address and made it the primary and then deleted...

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Why New Systems Fail

    This week's free IT book is Phil Simon's insider's guide to successful IT projects, Why New Systems Fail. From the back of the book, "Organizations often lack the necessary framework to minimize the chance of system failure before, during, and after beginning IT projects." Get the know-how you need...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Securing SQL Server by Mrdenny!

    This week's free IT book is especially exciting because it was written by Denny Cherry, who you may know better as mrdenny. He's always providing quality and thoughtful answers, and we're excited to share a whole compilation of his knowledge in Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database from...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007 can’t delete from deleted items

    Some time ago, I was checking my email when we had a brief but sudden power outage. This totally screwed up Outlook 2007. I was in the process of emptying out my Junk mail when it happened. After the power came back on, I went back to my email and the junk mail that I was deleting was in the...

    Lcramer5325 pointsBadges:
  • PST extraction

    What tools are best for PST extraction from an Outlook 2003 server? One used previously can't get around the 2GB limit, any ideas?

    Wetz10 pointsBadges:
  • OSt files

    Why would ost files be created if the cache mode is off for outlook 2007?

    Vsvajgl5 pointsBadges:
  • disaster recovery exchange 2003

    How to recover the Exchange 2003 server on the new hardware

    3225 pointsBadges:

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