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  • Exchange 5.5 to new 2003 domain/exchange

    I am the IT department for a small company with a current inherited 2000 mixed mode Domain/Exchange configuration as follows: A single Exchange 5.5 Enterprise server running on Windows 2000 Terminal Server SP4. It is a 2000 Domain Member Server (Domain upgraded from NT - currently running in mixed...

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  • Exchange 2003 Recovery – No back up.

    I have pub1.edb, priv1.edb, pub1.stm and priv1.stm. I also have some log files. The exchange server has completely failed, and the back ups don't work. The company has since installed a new server, and a new AD. Can I recover the mailboxes from the files I have and restore them to new mailboxes?...

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  • Change database size priv.edb and pub.edb

    We run Exchange 5.5 sp 4. In the start up indicates the ability for 16 gb for data base size. Priv.edb size is at 4 GB with 179 mb freespace left. Offline defrag will only reclaim 388 mb. Pub.edb size 180 mb with 138 mb freespace left. Offline defrag will only reclaim around 50 mb Istalled new 146...

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  • Move calendar from Exchange 2003 drive to new server

    Our SBS 2003 server died over the weekend. I can copy the PUB1.edb, PUB1.stm and PRIV1.edb and PRIV1.stm files from the old hard drive. I created a new box and installed SBS 2003, but how do I get our old public folder over to the new box? All I need is the public calendar and contacts list.

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  • EXCHANGE 5.5 Public Folders

    I have just put a new priv.edb and pub.edb on our exchange server as the priv was beyond repair, but the pub.edb was working fine, so here is the question, can I put the old working pub.edb back on to Exchange with the new priv.edb if so how??

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  • Exchange 2003 Priv1 & Pub1

    I am running Windows 2003 SBS w/ Exchange 2003. I have Exchange and Windows OS on Disk 0: C: and the mdbdata folder containing the Priv1.edb and Pub1.edb on Disk 1: E:. I need to replace Disk 1: with a larger drive. If I do a complete backup of Disk 1: and restore it the NEW drive do I need to run...

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  • How do I recover an orphaned Exchange 2003 Public EDB to Exchange 2007?

    Hi, 10 days ago I lost my c: drive on an SBS 2003 system. As I was in for a Server rebuild, I decided to rebuild with SBS 2008 (possibly a rash decision!) I have successfully recovered our 2 main mailboxes (we are a small business!), and therefore everything we need from the Private EDB, by copying...

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  • Role of routing and switching in industry

    What are role of routing and switching in industry?

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  • How to change Microsoft Word margins

    So, another employee just sent me a Microsoft Word document with the wrong margins. It needs to be at 2". How can I change it? Thanks so much.

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  • Case for Samsung Galaxy emerge

    What Galaxy Fit the same case as a Samsung Galaxy Emerge?

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  • AS/400 – Multiple occurrence data structure

    What is the use if Multiple occurrence data structure? OCCRUS opcode usage - I'm not understanding the concept so please help me.

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  • AS/400 RPGLE: How to use *PSSR subroutine

    INFDS used with INFSR to catch all file and program errors. By using INFSR (*PSSR), we can make a single *PSSR subroutine that will handle both file exceptions and program exceptions exception - How to handle errors in RPGLE? How to use *PSSR subroutine?

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  • AS/400 RPGLE: File information and program status data structure

    File information data structure and program status data structure concept is not clear so could some one explain the use in simple way please with example?

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  • Setup three finger drag function on Windows 10 Touchpad

    I'm looking for a similar drag function (like on a Mac) for my Windows 10 Touchpad. Basically - I need to drag certain items around with three fingers. How can I do that in my settings?

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  • Outlook 2016 constant popup

    How can I resolve the Outlook 2016 popup for credentials? I have removed the credentials from vault in Windows 10 but it didn't worked. We are using Outlook 2016 Office 365 and Exchange Server 2010.

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  • Cannot apply new Windows 10 update

    I'm using Windows Update to try to upgrade to the April 2018 update but it keeps failing. Here's all the error code says: SAFE_OS. What should I do?

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  • How to enter my name in AlphaNumeric

    Can someone tell me how I can enter my name in AlphaNumeric?

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  • How to remove new line when copying and pasting in Microsoft Word

    Whenever I copy anything into Microsoft Word (whether it's a couple of sentences or just a word), it always includes a new line. It's very bothersome so I want to remove that feature. How can I do that? Thank you.

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  • Start typing anywhere on Microsoft Word document

    This question may sound odd but here it goes: Is there a format (or setting) that I could use to type anywhere on a Microsoft Word document? Meaning I could start writing at the bottom of a sheet (or even the middle). I don't want to start at the top left. Thank you very much.

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  • Cannot access photos on OneDrive

    I backed up over a 1000 photos on OneDrive over the past few weeks (so I wouldn't lose them). Everything was fine but I had to reinstall Windows 10 yesterday and not I can't access them at all! And it also looks like only 50% of the photos are now uploaded. I'm not sure what I should do here. What...

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