I am hoping someone can help or should I say advise me on this. I have
worked with exchange 5.5, 2000 and now 2003 and still feel I really do not
know or undertsand the product. Maybe this is because I really have not had
any problems within the organisations I've worked with and I'ce only worked
on smaill sites.
I've passed my MCP in Ex5.5 and would like to do Ex2003. I have two
1. Can anyone recommend a good study guide for Ex2003 MCP
2. Also some good books so I may get to understand ex2003 in a more indepth
Ed Cro...Using Excel GoalSeek on Access form
XP Pro SP2, Office 2003 SP3.
I'm looking to convert an Excel worksheet into an Access form.
I have a strategy in mind for everything the worksheet does, except for
the GoalSeek code behind one of the cells.
Does anyone have experience with doing this sort of thing?
I can supply additional details, including my VBA macro in the worksheet
if that will help.
(This is a re-post from m.public.access, where it seems to be way off
the beaten path. I trust I'm not making a serious breach of etiquette
here-- I'm fairly certain this is reaching a different audience.)
--...Access 2007 / Outlook 2007
Hi all, I just converted to Access 2007 from 2003. It works well. I want to
get started with Email automation from a form . Choose templates stored in
Outlook folders, auto populate From, To, CC and subject line and part of the
email body with selected data from fields in the same form. Does anyone have
any suggestion how to get started…hints..models..suggestions?
...Restricted user Access
Using Windows XP (OS) and Office 97
I have a cell (Ref: A1) that returns a user name via a
I want to produce a module with a function which, when
the workbook is opened the function refers to Cell A1 and
determines if a user is not permitted to use the workbook
or not. Upon this outcome the workbook is either
terminated or allows the user to continue.
I've tried using and "Playing" with the following but
really have no idea how to do it.:-
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
'Joe Bloggs - OK to use
'Paul Smith - OK to use
If...REmoving exchange server from source domain after Inter-forest mig
We recently migrated our source domain (2000 DC and exchange server (member
server) to 2003 target domain due to comapny merger. We built a new exchange
2003 server in target domain and moved the mailbox and public folder database
to the new exchange server. Now I am almost ready to shut down the source
domain. Before I do this, I want to get some feed back as to how to shutdown
the 2000 exchange server before decommission source domain. Is this as simple
as disable the service, dismount database, and shut down the server? Do I
need to remove exchange 2000 reference from 2000 AD...CRM 1.2: copy database to different domain for upgrade tests
I've read so far, that it is officially not possible to copy
crmdatabases to different domains.
well, there exist special tools of microsoft to make a new admin
account, but they also fail.
I will only need one/the admin user functional to test the upgrade.
I've manually added a new admin-user in the systemuserbase table and
also internaladdress, systemuserroles, usersettingsbase,
Do you have any further ideas?
Where is the connex between database and AD
The securitydescriptorfield?, the loginname?, what else?
the registry-guidbinding-value points to the pr...How to restrict disabled AD user account receive e-mail
We have Exch 2007 SP1 & AD W2K3 SP1. When we disable an user in AD, the user
still continues to receive e-mail. There is an option in E2K7 to disable
mailbox. But, is there a way to restrict disabled AD user account to receive
On Tue, 6 Apr 2010 20:26:01 -0700, sekhar
>We have Exch 2007 SP1 & AD W2K3 SP1. When we disable an user in AD, the user
>still continues to receive e-mail. There is an option in E2K7 to disable
>mailbox. But, is there a way to restrict disabled AD user account to receive
>e-mail...Certain Domains are not being able to send.
Hi Everyone i have four domains that we can't send email thru. If you guys
don't mind why would that be. I have SBS 2003 Premium. I have all the updates
which includes SP1 and SP2 for exchange also i have sp1 for SBS 2003. I have
certain domains that are stuck in queue. All the other domains that we send
email messages are working fine. I just don't know why this is happening. I
have installed GFI Mail Essentials. I am not sure what can be causing the
problem for that we can't send email to the following domains:
firstfundingcapital.co...Can not access my account from another computer
when trying to use portfolio manager it does not show my accounts,
just a few generic indexes. I use money plus and have gone through all
the settings to try to find a way to enable this feature but no luck.
It appears that Money Plus does not upload any data,
anyone have any ideas?
In microsoft.public.money, email@example.com wrote:
>when trying to use portfolio manager it does not show my accounts,
>just a few generic indexes. I use money plus and have gone through all
>the settings to try to find a way to enable this feature but no luck.
>It appears that Money Plus does not...Want Access database to appear as Outlook Address Book 05-04-07
We have an existing database which we work with and maintain daily. It
contains email addresses. Is there a simple way for Outlook to use it as an
address book while allowing us to continue using the database normally?
Outlook has a 128 character GUID (Globally Unique IDentifier) which, if
stored in an Access table can be used as a link to connect an Outlook
record, you an Access record. Ask how to write it to an Access table in an
Outlook newsgroup. I only have code which works with an Exchange Server.
Have a look:
Private Sub cmdOutlook_Click()
Dim olApp As Object
Dim ns...Restrict OWA to user groups
Does anybody know if it's possible to restrict Outlook Web Access to certain
security groups? In the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in, in the
Exchange Tasks, there is a possibility to disable OWA access for a user. But
we would like to grant access to OWA based on group membership.
Is there a way we can use Group Policies to configure these settings? I
searched the Microsoft knowledge base to no avail...
Many thanks in advance.
The OWA Permission is base on Mailbox enable object
so I think it's not support your demand
when I am at the remote I have to type mail.mydomainname.com\exchange to get
to OWA, what do I need to do to type just mail.mydomainname.com?
put a default.asp file in the websites root directory with a
Response.Redirect("exchange url here") line in it
"Lino767" <Lino767@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> when I am at the remote I have to type mail.mydomainname.com\exchange to
> to OWA, what do I need to do to type just mail.mydomainname.com?
&g...Unable to deliver message to...(and other receipients in the same domain).
Since moving to Windows 2000 AD on our Domain Controller
we seem to have intermittant bounce-backs from the odd
domain saying the following:-
"The following mail could not be delivered.
Reason: Unable to deliver message to
P.Jones@bristol.ac.uk (and other receipients in the same
domain). Please check if address is correct."
This only happens to about 5 different domains and didn't
happen before the move to AD. We were previously able to
email these same domains.
...Outlook 2002 prevents access to hotmail account
I have 2 hotmail accounts and in the last couple of
weeks, my computer automatically routes me to only one
account - even when going directly through the MSN site.
I have been unable to troubleshoot this through email
accounts in Outlook and need to get to the both sets of
"BD" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have 2 hotmail accounts and in the last couple of
> weeks, my computer automatically routes me to only one
> account - even when going directly through the MSN site.
&...delivery errors to 1 domain
When a message from an Exchange 2000 server in Domain A
is sent to another Exchange server in Domain B, the
message gets stuck in the retry state until
NDR 4.4.7 is generated. However, if a 2nd message is sent
to Domain B, the 1st message gets correctly deliveres
while the 2nd one stays in the queue.
The error in the queue properties is 'connection dropped
by remote host'.
I've seen this before when the issue was packet loss on
the reply from the receiving server due to an incorrect
MTU setting on the incoming firewall. That is not the case
Also...Restrict Free/Busy View
I have a couple of executives at my company that don't want people knowing
their availability. They want the ability of others to see their "free/busy"
information blocked. I can't seem to find any documentation or instructions
on how to do this. Does anyone have any ideas? I would appreciate any
assistance on this. Thanks in advance.
On Wed, 10 Aug 2005 12:39:38 -1000, Tech LA <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a couple of executives at my company that don't want people
> their availability. They want the ability of others to see...Restrictions in effect on this computer???
Since this morning, whenever I click on a URL contained in an email I
get a popup stating:
"This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this
computer. Please contact your system administrator."
What is THAT supposed to mean? Since I am my own sys admin (and I am not
aware of having changed anything in that respect lately): what could
cause this stupidity and how to I get back the old, usual behavior?
Michael Moser, you wrote on Wed, 13 Aug 2008 11:33:04 +0200:
> "This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this...Problem in restricting users from sending/receving internet email
I have found a helpful articel here:
I read it through couple times but I would like to ask some questions
before I start the work on our Exchange 2000 server.
1. The "group" I am going to create for adding users into the
restricting list, will it be a Security group or Distribution group?
What group scope should I give it?
2. Under the section of "Restricting Users from Sending Internet Base
Email", the article tells us to create a *new* SMTP connector and add
the group into the "Dilivery Restriction" page.
We are running SBS2003. All of a sudden we were not
getting mail delivered. It is sitting in the SMTP virtual
server in the "messages waiting directory look-up" queue.
How do I restart the process of getting it delivered?
Any help would be appreciated.
Have you tried restarting SMTP virtual server? Do you see anything
relevant in App Event log?
> We are running SBS2003. All of a sudden we were not
> getting mail delivered. It is sitting in the SMTP virtual
> server in the "messages waiting directory look-up" queue.
> How do I restart t...Restrict authenticated LDAP clients to subset of the directory
We have a pure, single-forest, single-domain, native-mode Exchange 2003,
Windows 2003, Active Directory 2003 environment. Our Exchange organization
has several separate and distinct Global Address Lists. Each user belongs
to one and only one GAL, and can see only that GAL from the Outlook or OWA
clients. All works correctly to this point.
The issue, in a nutshell, is that we now have a need to support pure LDAP
clients for directory lookups, but those lookups must be restricted to that
GAL that the authenticated user would see if they were in Outlook/OWA. The
restriction must be based on ...Using Exchange 5.5 in an NT 4.0 Domain by Users in a Windows AD do
I am slowly moving my Windows 4.0 Domain to a Windows Active Directory. All my users a using Exchange 5.5 in the 4.0 Domain. What do I have to do to get users that are in the Active Directory to connect to the Exchange server? Just point me to any document that covers this.
If AD is totally separate domain from NT domain then you can create
trust between two and assign Primary NT account accordingly.
> I am slowly moving my Windows 4.0 Domain to a Windows Active
> Directory. All my users a using Exchange 5.5 in the 4.0 Domain.
> What do I have to d...Enterprise design: Accessing global 'config' data
When a system is distributed over multiple servers, what are the
recommended methods for accessing data (like user records) that must
be maintained globally in one spot? IOW, http exchanges with a large
vendor could connect to a servers in one of several different
locations, but common data (user's credit card info, address, etc)
would need to be constant through the exchange.
This scenario would seem to counter some of the advantage in using a
distributed system to begin with, so I presume that some clever
methods have been devised to deal with this.
Any notable books or o...Change internal domain name
We need to change our internal domain name from xxx.net to xxx.local.
We have 2 DCs 1 windows 2000 which we will take out before we do this and
1 windows 2003. Is there any info regarding what needs to be addressed
before during and after?
On Tue, 26 Sep 2006 20:14:27 -0500, "NewsGr" <Ciava@nospam.net> wrote:
>We need to change our internal domain name from xxx.net to xxx.local.
>We have 2 DCs 1 windows 2000 which we will take out before we do this and
>1 windows 2003. Is there any info regarding what needs to be addressed
>before during ...Recovere deleted items in Exchange2003
I have a user that loves to press shift+delete for deleting e-mails.
Is it possible to recovere e-mails that have been deleted this way?
According to our conusltant who has installed our Exchange server, it should
Thank you in advance.
If you have deleted item retention configured on the information store and
the item hasn't expired, then yes, it can be recovered. you may need to set
the DumpsterAlwaysOn registry key for Outlook though.
"Dag N" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> ...Error accessing mailstore DB tab
I am receiving the following error message when I attempt to access the
Database tab on all of my mailstores:
Exchange System Manager
Not enough server storage is available to process this command.
ID no: c007046a
Exchange System Manager
There is sufficient memory and disk space on the server (2GB physical RAM w/
500MB free, and 20 GB free on the shared SAN drive). This is also affecting
my ability to backup the server with BackupExec. I should also mention that
this is a clustered Exchange 2003 Ent on Windows 2000 Advanced Server. The
server has been rebooted many ti...