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  • How can I increase the size of mailboxes in MS Exchange/ How much is the default size?

    Hi,I don't know where I can find the default size of the mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Standard Edition and when I increase it for a mailbox it does not work and again it gives the error message for size limitation! Is it possible to increase the size of mailbox or not? If yes, why...

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  • Finding incoming and outgoing mail server types and names.

    How do I find name and type of server for my incoming email with Outlook Express? I would also like to know how I find the outgoing mail server name?

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  • Mail servers

    Who are my incoming and outgoing mail servers?

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  • Outlook data file will not open

    When trying to open my outlook, error massage says 'data file was not closed properly'

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  • Impact of Transaction logging on Windows Server 2003

    I have 4 mail servers that all backup to one other server. The backup has started taking a very long time to run so I have been asked to look into enabling transaction logging on that particular server. Can anybody advise the pros and cons of doing this on such a server please? Will this actually...

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  • Blocking a mail server’s IP address

    How can I block a mail servers ip address from my exchange 2003 box to prevent it from sending any messages to us?

    ITKE343,740 pointsBadges:
  • Searching PST files remotely

    Can I search through all users on my networks pst files for a specific contact? We are not using exchange and have a stand alone mail server that allows for pop3 and imap. How can I search pst files remotely when I have domain admin access?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Server qualifications

    I have done consulting extensively on the AS/400 platform, and was at one of my clients sites, and they wished I'd been a "server guy" - they were in the process of starting up and had many issues to resolve. What does it take to become one? What certifications would I need for that? There was a...

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  • Upgrading current mail provider to Exchange 2010

    We are upgrading from our current mail provider to Exchange 2010. Can we upload the current messages in our users desktop email clients like Outlook 2003 and Outlook Express 6? If so how and using what tools?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • When i logged into mailserver through sshd then user send username & password automatically to wallsnake@gmail.com

    I build a mailserver on centos 5.0 with postfix in my enviornment but when i logged into my mailserver from any user through sshd then user send a mail with username & password to wallsnake@gmail.com. Is there any script working and how to find and block it. Plz help....

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  • configuring a mail server using windows sbs and microsoft exchange step by step

    where i can find a file discribing how to configure a mail server using windows sbs and microsoft exchange step by step for only five users  

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  • Outlook 2003 with Micro web mail

    Is it possible to use MO 2003 to open a Microsoft webmail? I.e. I use a CAC to logon to mail at work. And use the web mail to access the account while traveling. Can I use MO 2003 installed on my notebook to open the webmail? IF so, how?

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  • Integration of External and Internal email servers

    Dear Sir/Madam, I appreciate if you respond to my question. I have an email server hosted externally now i use SMTP,PoP3 to send and recieve email but i would like to keep the extrenal one and setup an Exchange server 2007 in my local network to use the same domain name sending and recieving email,...

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  • explain the operation of the following mail server,DHCP,and DNS

    explain the operation of the following mail server,DHCP,and DNS

  • Advantage of using Linux OS over Windows 2000, Windows 2003 or Windows NT

    Dear Friend I am using RED Hat Linux for mail server. So far I know, from securities point of view it is much more reliable than Windows 2000 Server/Windows 2003/Windows NT. Please come back with your opinion whether I am correct or wrong at your earliest. Please also mention some important points...

    PervezIT15 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing email server behind firewall

    I have an email Microsoft exchange mail server running on our LAN, it takes emails form various ISPs and sends then to outlook users on the LAN via juniper firewall, i have a mac pc and i want to configure mac Mail with exchange server, i was able to get mails but fail to send emails. please help...

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  • how to set incoming mail protocol if the mail server is Exchange Server……….

    Hi My mail server is Exchange Server and I set Microsoft outlook(2003) for clients to use of exchange server for send and recive emails. First of all I don't know with which protocol the emails was recieved!!!???I know the sending protocol is SMTP and I defined a connector for it in my Exchange...

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • Redundant Mail Server Setup

    If I want to setup 2 mail servers in 2 locations, for redundancy in case one dies, what is the proper way to do it? It's not important whether I am using Linux or Exchange at this time. My confusion is, if my users are pointing to pop.company.net, there will be a DNS record pointing to one server....

    Jirvine520 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Issues

    We are running Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 server with Watchguard firewall. Today, I restarted the server for the first time in several months. Upon restart many users received non-delivery reports from mail, some of which were several months old. They never were aware of the non-delivery until...

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