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  • Edge Transport Subscription

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  • Exchange 2003 – mailbox doesnt appear in properties for user and cant create an Microsoft Outlook profile

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  • Import data from SBS 2003 public folders into Exchange 2003

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  • IBM X3400 server with Windows Server 2003 and mail exchange we have about 15 users 5 of which do not only deal outlook emails but . . .

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  • How to add second email domain with new recipient policy

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  • Why Java Platform Independent?

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  • How to migrate child domain to parent domain in Exchange and Active Directory

    I have a Windows 2000 native child domain. We are currently using Exchange 5.5 within that domain. We are planning to migrate the child domain to the parent domain, eventually disposing of the child. At the same time, we will upgrade the Exchange servers to 2003, again using the Parent domain as...

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  • Add disclaimer to all outgoing emails in exchange 03

    I am looking for a way to add a disclaimer on all emails that pass through the exchange server.

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  • Restoring an Exchange 2003 backup to Exchange 2007

    We used to have an Exchange 2003 environment that backed up full storage groups via Brightstor to tape. we have recently rolled up to Exchange 2008 with out an issue (And are now backing up to TSM :) yep - no more Brightstor.) Just been asked to restore a users mail box that left a few months back,...

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  • Hallmark virus attack

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  • Exchange and mailer daemon

    Is there any one who can recommend me best out of these two? I am using Exchange and majority of my contacts out side network are complaining that their email are getting bounced back.

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  • Block IP ranges from connecting to Exchange servers smtp 2005

    Running Exchange 2005 is there a way to block specific IP ranges from our smtp server? Spammers keep trying to send spam and brute force passwords locking users out.

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  • Exchange 2007 memory utilization

    Can some one tell me how to control memory in Exchange 2007 server. I am having around 2500 mail box which hosting CAS HTS and mailbox server role. I have total 8GB memory.

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  • Email not forwarding Outlook 2007

    Guys, I'm using Outlook 2007 with pop3 configured into it. And It is working fine! I got a particular email which i would like to forward to someone but it just won't! Even if I copy the contents from the original and sent it in a new mail it just won't, nothing happens, no error message, nothing,...

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  • Email from iSeries

    Email correspondence at our company is currently being completed using the SNDDST w/ *LMSG option to send to outside recipients. We have been asked to have a logo added to the email. It is my understanding that the *LMSG is for text only and cannot be used for this. The logo is to be a URL...

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