• How to implement fault tolerance on email system and delivery?

    I would like to implement some fault tolerance in to an #email system we host for one of our clients, but I am struggling to find any suppliers online which will do what I need. Currently the client has a number of remote users using POP mailboxes that are hosted by a well know hosting provider. We...

    Philmarsay15 pointsBadges:
  • Lost Outlook emails

    A user claims she never received two emails, a day apart. The Exchange System Manager shows both emails made it to her store. Can't find it anywhere. Tried recovering deleted files, but it didn't come up. Tried find feature and archives. She has XP SP2, Outlook 2003 and we use Exchange 2003. Any...

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  • Inbox emails ae deleted after closing…

    Have a user (WinXPSP2, Outlook 2002, Exchange 2003, Active Directory) whose Inbox emails delete immediately after closing them. There are no rules in place, no storage limit violation. The Deleted Items folder is not accessible (selecting the folder results in the "This applicaton has encountered a...

    RoninV205 pointsBadges:
  • Recover Deleted Emails in Exchange 2003

    Ok, I have a user who has Exchange 2003. The exchange properities in the storage do not delete for 180 days. The users rights however do not allow recovery after 0 days. Some people were fired and they deleted their emails within Outlook, but I am not sure if they did a hard or soft delete. I need...

    Pelican41820 pointsBadges:
  • Adding presence information to Exchange 2003 users

    How can we add presence information to our Exchange 2003 users? We want to show availability next to each email address on our domain.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Random Exchange Store Outage

    Setup: Exchange 2003 SP2 running on Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2. 4 Storage Groups - (2 have 2 stores and 2 have 1 store each) on a SAN. Doubletake replicates the stores to an onsite backup server and the SAN replicates the stores offsite. Running Antigen 9.2 SP2. Each storage group has its own...

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  • Free IT Book: The RAILS 3 Way

    It's been called "The Bible for Ruby on Rails Application Development." To get your copy of the book that "strips complexity from the development process," answer one of five questions and post the link to your answer in the discussion section below. Recovering Oracle 10g Express data SQL 2000...

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  • Open IT Forum: What’s high on your priority list for 2011?

    We're a good month and a half into the year, and we wanted to know what's at the top of your priority list. Does your company want to deploy at least one new application to the cloud or improve holes in your cloud security? Are you learning a new development language to keep up with the evolving...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to change schedule for running OutOfOffice Agent on the server?

    We are using Lotus Notes 7. Is there a way to change the schedule for running OutOfOffice Agent to run more often other than the default: Every 6 hours | Between 4:00AM - Midnight? Users get frustrated when they send a message to somebody after 10:01 am, then would wait have to wait a long time til...

    pdxgeek55 pointsBadges:
  • how to send a rich text field in a mime stream for email

    I want to email the contents of a rich text field and send an URL link in the same document. When I send the rich text field through the mime code it does not maintain the spacing of the original text. I am using the mime code to send the URL link because I want to send the link with the format of...

    DenWeb5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 pop3 password

    I have outlook on my desktop, works ok, but when I try to install on my new laptop I have forgotten the password anyone out there that can help

    KernowScot5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook .pst Files

    How do I find out which of my .pst files is password protected?

    2ITWannabe15 pointsBadges:
  • SMTP error 530 authentication required for my company’s domain to receive emails

    I'm a network admin for a small company, and recently one of my users purchased an account with an email marketing company.  She is going to use their website to send out a newsletter.  When she tried to email the newsletter within our domain, no one receives them.  However, when she emails them...

    SeanterA5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I recover outlook contacts

    I had sme work done on my hard drive and the computer guru told me he could not save my outlok files, contacts and messages. Is there a way to recover that information. Thanks. Stuart, Fl.

    Cronewoman20 pointsBadges:
  • Domain Controller is 32 Bit Windows 2003 trying to add 64 bit Exchange with 64 bit win 2003

    I am having difficulty adding a new 64 bit exchange server to a 32 bit AD Domain Server. Is there a patch for this?

    Rolling150 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t access files or resources on my Windows Server 2003 from my Windows 7 machine

    When connecting to my Windows Server 2003 from my Windows 7 machine (we are on the same domain), I cannot see any files or resources on the machine and I am told it is not accessible. Using a Windows XP machine with the same username and password, I can access it. What could be preventing me from...

    swalanski250 pointsBadges:
  • LAN email

    hey guys, i have a small office at home with 5 pc's. i was wondering if it would be possible to setup a local email/calendar where the 5 pc's can send/receive email and see a common calendar internally without using the internet..what do you think would be the best solution/software for that. I...

    SukaUgToyo5 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking IM clients from network

    How can I prevent all instant messaging clients on my network while still allowing our proprietary im/email system to function? We are using a sonicwall and barracuda web filter 300.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Real Sender in Exchange 2010

    When someone gives another user the necessary permissions to send an email on behalf of him/her, for instance a manager giving his/her secretary the permissions to do so. It’s not possible to find out the identity of the real sender. We tried this scenario, but in the exchange logs we couldn’t...

    Atabani95 pointsBadges:
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    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:

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