• Would archiving an email remove it from Exchange Server?

    I've been using Exchange for my emails which are running low on space. This week, Outlook asked me if I wanted to archive some emails to reduce the size. If I do that, will it completely remove the emails from the Exchange Server? Thank you.

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  • Sorting GAL

    When we created our first server/Exchange our users in the GAL are listed by FirstName Lastname. We have grown and now using Server 2008 with Exchange 2007 SP1. My CEO has asked that we change the GAL they see in Outlook to be LastName, FirstName. I know that I am missing something simple, but I...

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  • Outlook 2007 Not Enough Memory when trying to view a shared mailbox.

    We are using Outlook 2007/Exchange 2003. Since last Wednesday, a small part of our users have been getting the error "Not Enough Memory to Perform this Operation" when just trying to open or view a shared/department mailbox. We made no system changes, but there was an automatic update from...

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  • Not able to connect Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise edition

    Hi, I have moved Exchange 2003 server to a new Box, able to send and receive the mails, In client systems outlook is configured using RPC/HTTP, laptop users should be able to access mails from outside also, we don't use any VPN. Internally if I configure Outlook as MAPI, its working fine, but if I...

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  • SMTP address is not auto populated and user cannot open Outlook

    We have a problem in the exchange server, when creating a new email account, SMTP address is not auto populated and user cannot open outlook, I tried updating first RUS, then rebuilding RUS but still problem persists. As I check my event logs I was able to see this error below: Type:Error...

    jessbase145 pointsBadges:
  • Link new Exchange email address to existing AD user

    I have an existing AD user with his own mail address. Now he wants an additional mail address to be linked to his AD account. How do I link new mail address to existing AD user Working on Windows SBS 2003/Exchange 2003?

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  • Occasional Massive Buildup of Messages in Pending Queue

    We have an Exchange 2000 installation acting as an edge/relay/gateway server in our DMZ. This machine runs our anti-virus/anti-malware scans (we use McAfee for our email gateway protection) before the email is passed through to our interior Exchange 2007 server. (And yes, we are testing an Exchange...

    Richlich70 pointsBadges:
  • Transitioning to Exchange 2007 on New Box

    Our Exchange 2003 box is coming off lease and we want to install Exchange 2007 on the new box. Can someone give me the right info for doing this in a safe and sane manner? Links would be fine as I'm having a hard time finding the specific info I need. Thanks in advance.

    Bilbo1820 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook requests Exchange Password, why?

    We have Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2007 clients. We have been set up this way for almost nine months now, suddenly last week some of our users have been getting prompted for their Exchange username and passwords and in no particualar pattern. Somedays users X,Y, and Z need to input their credentials...

    Bdavis755 pointsBadges:
  • Pre-fill names from address book to the “to” box in Outlook

    I need to know how to set up my email to be able to pre-ill the names from my address book into the "to" field in an email. I am using Microsoft Outlook 6.

    Mistyp5 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t find email for Google

    I used to get everything right to my Google mail. Now, everything is shot to pieces. What can I do?

    louseymess1235 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Outlook: Redirect spam emails into spam folder

    I keep getting these spam emails, which have a ton of Chinese characters in it. Would there be a way setup Outlook to redirect these emails into my spam folder? Thank you.

    ITKE356,210 pointsBadges:
  • Contacts vs. stored Gmail addresses

    How can I print out a list of my contacts plus the addresses stored in my Gmail address?

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  • Gmail emails come in threes

    I set up Gmail for my sister, when ever she gets an email in comes in threes. Can anyone help me. thanks. gary

    graynes5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem installing Exchange 2007 Management Tools

    We are trying to install the Exchange 2007 Management Tools on a 32-bit virtual PC (MSVPC). The following message is received and installation fails: The computer does not belong to a valid Active Directory site. Check the site and subnet definitions. The computer has been removed and re-added to...

    Labnuke9932,960 pointsBadges:
  • Public Contacts in Public Folders management in Exchange 2007

    Hello, I am trying to create Public contacts in Public Folders Management area in Exchange 2007 but it's not giving me any option. I know it was very simple in Exchange 2003. Can you please help me in how to create public contact folder which I can share with all my outlook users within the...

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  • Multiple email address, 1 iPhone = multiple IP addresses?

    If a person creates both yahoo and Gmail email accounts and sends messages from an iPhone, will the IP addresses match? I'm sure they are from the same person! Moderator Note: This is a revised repost. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strings...

    BrentSheets6,925 pointsBadges:
  • Winmail.dat attachment issue.

    I have a mail with winmail.dat attachment, I have no idea how to open it. Can somebody help me?

    Comisore5 pointsBadges:
  • Our exchange server 2003 crashed and has been rebuilt from start.

    Our exchange server 2003 crashed and has been rebuilt from start. Email works ok but I need to allow users to access email via internet explorer from home. It did work till the server crash and I'm stuck on how to configure Exchange.

    ITKE356,210 pointsBadges:
  • Need to install Service packs on active/passive Exchange cluster

    Need to install server 2003 SP2 and Exchange 2003 SP2 on my active/passive back end cluster, is there anything I need to worry about? Figure I'll update server SP2 first then Exchange SP2. On front end servers first then backend cluster. Sound right?

    Jloetech5 pointsBadges:

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