• 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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?

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  • OSt files

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

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  • disaster recovery exchange 2003

    How to recover the Exchange 2003 server on the new hardware

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  • Exchange 2003 mailbox migration

    Are there any consideration for moving mailboxes & public folders between a legacy Exchange 2003 server to a new Exchange 2003 server?

    Blueberries805 pointsBadges:
  • Test defrag of database in exchange 2007 sp1

    We do not have a test environment and I would like to make a copy of the database on storage group 1 that needs to be defraged after all the mailbox moves to other storage groups/databases. Question: What is the best way to copy and move it without taking the email system down? Question: When...

    Jpeevey70 pointsBadges:
  • Public folder database maintenance?

    We have a large contact database (3000+ records) in a public folder(Exchange 2003).  It has a custom form with many user-defined fields.  Does Exchange to any automatic maintenance on these databases?  Is there a maintenance utility I should be running on it? This database contains vital...

    btempleton220 pointsBadges:
  • exchange email messages during offline defrag

    What happens during offline defrag to exchange 2003 email messages? Where do they go & do they return after defrag?

    Techber5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 Defrag

    During the overnight exchange w2k3 does its maintenance thing and does an online defragmentation. It sates in the event viewer that it has 450mb of free space. Is this free space usable at this point or does more have to be done to recapture this space. I know in exchange 5.5 this was called white...

    Clorox40 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 server file system defrag

    Does anyone know of a good file system defrag utility (can exclude Exchsrv directory) for an Exchange server?

    Jerryn35 pointsBadges:
  • Excessive virtual memory usage on Exchange server

    I'm currently running a Win 2K3 SBS Exchange server with 3GB memory. Over the last few months I have received errors in the event viewer regarding virtual memory fragmentation. The virtual memory increases to about 6GB. I restart the Exchange services, this releases the memory used. About 700mb of...

    Swarf695 pointsBadges:
  • Daily full backups successfull but..

    Hello all, The Byte Count of Daily full backup of two servers (2003 domain and exchange 2003, both standard version)has been shown between 99 to 101 GB except two nights ago it showed 74 GB and then the start showing 99 to 100 GB again(Byte Count). All these jobs were successfull and verified, I...

    AsgharE35 pointsBadges:
  • Can you remove a Back-End Public Folder Store.

    I have inherited an Active/Active/Passive cluster with a public folder store that is: Located on Node1 of the cluster 219GB on disk (.edb+.stm) 124GB listed in the "Public Folder Instances" in the ESM 38GB of white space (Listed in event 1221) Here is my question, since an offline defragmentation...

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  • 2003 Exchange Defragmentation

    About how long would a server take to defragment using Eseutil utility. The server has a Intel Xeon 2.33GHz CPU, 2Gb of ram, 100Gb HD and the DB is 22Gb.

    JustPlayIT15 pointsBadges:
  • Clearing Internet Explorer 9 cache across network

    Is there a way to clear all network users' browser caches from Internet Explorer 9? We are on an Active Directory 2008 domain.

    ITKE347,940 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server SP2 on Exchange 2003 Front End/Back end

    I want to update my winods server 2003 to SP2 on both Exchange 2003 front end and Back end server. Can anyone please help me in what steps need to be taken for this?

    Exchstart220 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 anti virus

    We can not provide any type of hardwarde spam filter because of our current setup, my question is what is the best software for exchange anti-virus/spam protection

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