Enough. Where is the policy?
Who the heck is in charge on these groups? Someone totally hidden and
What's the posting policy and where the heck is some honesty about how
these groups are moderated..?
Where is the FAQ..? (or FAQs..?)
Yes, I've had it. I'm upset that 1 or 2 critical posts I made didn't
So, you can contact me at:
Scott Davis, 45 Dunfield Av, Unit 2117
Self-Employed Toronto, ON, Canada, M4S 2H4
Tech Consultant Mobile. (416) 432-4334
The IP addrs I use to post all UseNet:
66.207.21...Recipient Policy Priorities...
I have a recepient policy applied for generating email addresses
@company.com. this policy is applied for our new york OU under our company
domain. Now, i have created a 2nd recipient policy under the new york OU,
called it assetmgmt. i want users generated in this OU to automatically be
assigned NA.company.com email domain. the policy specifically mentions any
member that's part of that OU. thsi is the filter i'm using:
curr...Apply a Recipient Update Policy to mail enabled groups
I would like to use a RUP to change the mail address of certain mail enabled
groups. So far I've been unsuccesful. Any hints or tips are welcome since
information on this subject is hard to find. I'm using Exchange 2000.
This article relates to POP3 users, but it should point you in the right
Jeff Guillet, MCSE
> I would like to use a RUP to change the mai...x500 recipient policy?
Is there some guide to setting up x500 addresses? I'm migrating to an
exchange 2003 server. I've done a migration from an exchange 2003 server
and both had the same issue using the migration wizard. It expects the user
to have an x500 address - I found this in the event viewer. It won't
migrate without the x500 address. When I create the x500 user address using
custom and copying the address that shows up in the event viewer it works
fine. However I have to do this for each user.
I tried creating an x500 rule in the recipient policies under the exchange
manager but I can'...Not enough memory?
I am trying to send a 172MB attachment, but get the message
"Not enough memory"?
I have 4 GB RAM installed, with a net of 2.87 GB available with nothing
running and 735GB avilable on my hard drive.
Why am I getting this message?
Is there a size limitation in Windows Mail?
I don't know of any server that would allow a 172MB message. Even if they
did, you'd probably end up with a really teed-off recipient when they
tried to download it.
Use an upload site. Here are a couple, but you can Google for more.
Upload large files. An alternative to e-mail....Control ammount of addressees within a mail message through Exchange System Policies
Is it possible to limit the number of adressees within System Manager
-- System Policies?
We have some domains that are possibly being blacklisted from having
too many recipients.
in Global Settings, Message Delivery, Recipient Limits...
Susan Conkey [MVP]
"Nino_1" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Is it possible to limit the number of adressees within System Manager
> -- System Policies?
> We have some domains that are possibly being blacklisted from having
> too ...Can not reset admin password under safe mode due to password policy?
I'll have to log into the default administrator account, because I can not
do anything under the current standard user account status. I went to the
safe mode, and tried to log into the admin account, but the password is
forgotten. I built the reset password USB disk under the account before. Now
I follow the instructions for resetting the password. However, the window
popped up, and it said "ineffective password, the password length is too
short, or ca not conform to the password policy. I've tried passwords of
different lengths, such as 3,6,8,16, 20. All tempt...Domain Controller Security Policy
I was trying to open both "Domain Controller Security
Policy" and "Domain Security Policy", I have the error:
"Failed to open the group policy object, you may not have
appropriate rights" and in detail section "the parameter
I log on as administrator so don't think if it has
anything to do with permission and right
...Default Recipient Policy not working #2
OK, when I add a user in exchange 2003 (on SBS 2003) the user is created but
no email addresses are created. The default policy properties contains two
smtp address policies:
I also tried "apply this policy now" and that didn't update any of the email
infomation in the users' properties.
I also wanted to create firstname.lastname aliases by adding
%email@example.com to the recipient policy and applying it, but nothing
What am I doing wrong?
Also, is there any way to create an address and actually send messages FROM
that address ...Automating Recipient Policies (or is there an alternative?)
Right now our solitary Exchange 2003 server (Internet-facing, btw) accepts
mail for about 30 or Internet DNS entries, I configured it using Recipient
It's an ISP operation (but we're not using it for an actual "Hosted
Exchange" situation right now), clients with an account for a particular
domain name are assigned to a relevant Security Group in Active Directory
and there's a matching Recipient Policy in Exchange that explicitly set an
email address format for all Users in the group ("%d@theirDomain.tld")
But is this the correct way to do ...Repient Policy for Distribution Groups
Is there a way to define a recipient policy to apply to a group. We are
hosting multiple domains on our exchange server based on Business Unit. I
need a way to create distribution lists that are tied to these business
units. We are currently using recipient policies for the users that key off
of the Company tab to generate the email address, but this is not possible
for the groups.
The RUS has to be tied to an attribute of the user and group membership does
not meet that criteria. You'll have to pick another field that you can
populate to make this work.
"Prashant"...not enough memory when sorting email
I continue to get an error message saying I don't have
enough memory for my e-mail rules used for sorting my e-
mail into their proper boxes. CAn you please increase it?
Can it be solved?
...Creating Recipient policy
I currently am on the domain www.white.com for e.g but now i want to
be able to pick up mail for another domain www.brown.com. I have
heard how you can create a group and recipient policy to filter but I
don't know how to go about it. Can anyone help as I know this is
really hard to do ?
One way to go is to add a 'Organisation' - 'Recipients' - 'Recipient
Policies' Where you add a 'Recipient Policy' - 'E-Mail Addresses (Policy)'
for the other domain and mark the 'This Exchange Organisation is resp...'
"Graeme Hend...Problem with group policy applying "Default location for PST files"
I'm trying to set the default location for PST files to a drive letter with
a group policy:
(User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Microsoft Office
Outlook 2003 -> Miscellaneous -> PST Settings -> Default Location for PST
However, it doesn't appear that the policy ever applies to the user. I can
run rsop.msc on the client machine and it has the correct setting but when I
open Outlook to view the setting it has not changed.
You realize that policy doesn't affect any existing .pst files? What it =
does do is change ...mailbox management policy question
Quick question that im not finding in Tony Redmond's book..
If you have a MB management policy with "move to deleted items" and the
deleted items box checked, and set to 15 days.. does that delete those
within deleted items 15 days old, or does another policy need to be in place
to address deleted items that has a processing rule of "permanently delete"
i don't believe you need a second policy...that should do it...when items
are deleted from the "deleted items" folder, they are permanently deleted...
Susan Conkey [MVP]
"Chris Leh...not enough resources
Hope someone can help.
I am running excel 2002, and just recently been getting messages when trying
to save work. Its all ok for about an hour then it locks up when I try to
save, when I have 2 or 3 workbooks open.
It says not enough resources close some other running programs. I am not
running any others at the time.
after many trys it finally says disk full.
I am running xp home, service pack 2.
I have plenty of disk space about 10gb so that's not the problem.
any help would be appreciated.
Also when I now start up excel a blank workbook appears this never used to.
Also when I o...Not enough memory to load graphics
I've got a problem with Microsoft Publisher 2000. Whenever
I try and paste a bitmap, it brings up the message
that "publisher doesnt have enough memory to load graphics
or embedded objects".
Now, this doesnt happen on my 4 years old computer, it
happens on my brand new computer - it has 2.8GHZ, 512MB
RAM, 20GB Hard Drive. Why?
After managing to set up OE-QuoteFix on his new PC, Ed reads a message
from Omar <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> I've got a problem with Microsoft Publisher 2000. Whenever
> I try and paste a bitmap, it brings up...Outlook 2003 Group Policy and encoding settings
I am trying to deploy the following Outlook 2003 settings via group policy:
Auto-select encoding for outgoing messages - Enabled
Encoding for outgoing messages - Enabled.
But when I configure "Encoding for outgoing messages - Enabled", the setting
"Auto-select encoding for outgoing messages" is ignored and on the client
side is applied as Disabled, although I have set it to Enabled. When I
configure "Encoding for outgoing messages - Not Configured", the setting
"Auto-select encoding for outgoing messages" works as expected. Is this some
kind of a ...Do you have enough setup information?
Because everyone's business is different, the Great Plains program is highly
customizable; you have a lot of configuration options.
Does the Great Plains Help documentation provide you with enough information
to know how to set up the program before you enter your first transaction?
You can reply to this message, or click the link below to type your comments
on the Microsoft® Business Solutions–Great Plains® User Assistance Team
documentation survey site.
This posting is provided "AS IS" wi...Public Folder Policy
Is there a way to define a policy on specific public folders, according
to which all messages older than ## days are automatically deleted?
Anastasios Papadopoulos - Athens - Greece
Yes, you can either set age limits on the entire public store (and hence all
folders on that store) or on each individual folder. Check the "Limits" tab
on the properties of the public store or individual folder in Exchange
For Exchange news, links, and tips, check:
"Anastasios Papadopoulos"...shareDenyWrite is not enough
I want to prevent writing to a file but allow several processes to
read it simultaneously. The flag shareDenyWrite does the first but not
the second and I'm forced to use shareDenyNone (which works).
"Alexander" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I want to prevent writing to a file but allow several processes to
> read it simultaneously. The flag shareDenyWrite does the first but not
> the second and I'm forced to use shareDenyNone (which works).
shareDenyWrite...How to disable "sharedfolderscript" using Group Policy?
In Outlook XP SP3 and afterwards, there is a registry key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook\Security to control
the VB script access for shared mailbox. How can I deploy this registry key
by using group policy?
Create a new .adm file (better than editing the existing one) with that =
policy included, then add it to the administrative templates in the =
group policy editor. The contents of the new .adm file could be =
something like this, but you have to decide where in the hierarchy =
("CATEGORY") to put it:=20
CLASS U...Are you GOOD ENOUGH for Heaven ??
Are you GOOD ENOUGH for Heaven ?? Click here to read more....
...Outlook Security Policy
I have created the security form in an Exchange Public folder, and I am able
to remove LNK attachments from both the Level 1 and Level 2 lists, but I
still can't open a shortcut in Outlook. "Windows cannot open this program
because it has been prevented by a software restriction policy" Any ideas?
...About IE7 and group policy issues
To close IE7 how in the group strategy the privacy report. Because has it to
have me to visit the partial websites to be able to leave wrongly (e.g.:
http://www.kaixin001.com), I input the user name and the password, cannot
register. To me do not say that establishes in the IE toolbar, I need to
establish in the group strategy. Thought that the master prays for rescue.
> To close IE7 how in the group strategy the privacy report. Because has it to
> have me to visit the partial websites to be able to leave wrongly (e.g.:
> http://www.kaixin001.com), ...