Outlook in Exchange environment
I've been asked to set up Exchange Server 2003 and implement it so that
users from both inside and outside our company can access it. I've played
with Exchange's web access client and that is working fine. What I'm testing
now is Outlook installed on individual workstations.
Can Outlook 2003 be configured so that it communicates and displays only
information (mail, contacts, calendars, and the such) that is stored on the
Exchange server. That is, when I install Outlook and it by default creates a
personal folder on the local hard drive, must I keep this or can I delete it
I heard that Outlook is not really as risky as one would think about getting
a virus attack and that Outlook Express is what is usally attacked. Is
there any truth to that? Can anyone share any experiences they have had
with virus attacks and Outlook? Please tell us your version number too.
These two articles will give you a clue as to which versions of Outlook are
most at-risk. Short version: if you use a current version and have all
updates installed, you are quite safe from everything except your own
http..."exchange domain servers" group query
Currently I have a forest with one parent domain and 4 child domains. We
have recently added a second DC to all the child domains. Their ability to
do exchange stuff is broken, they just come up with RPC errors. I think I
fixed that by installing the System Manager on them. Looking at the Exchange
Domain Servers group on the parent domain, it has the Exchange server as a
member, looking at the same groups on the child domains, it just has the one
original domain controller that each child domain had.
Now that we have a second DC in each child domain, should they be in that
Exchange Dom...Exchange 2003 Page File
I am trying to find the best practices for setting up page files on
I have read things like memory x 1.5 or memory x 2 or even higher. I
have read about putting the pagefiles in multiple directories on the
same physical drive (there is a technet article on this) - but nothing
that pulls it all together.
Like a mailbox server with 4 gB ram. Mirrored C: (OS) Mirrored D:
(logs) RAID E: (data) - where would I put the page fiels, and how many
woudl I create? Do we ever let the system manage the page file?
Would the same thing happen on a bridgehead or public folder server?
Ho...Ipad to exchange from outside the local network. Options?
We've got a very small exchange system consisting of 4 email accounts
(SBS 2003). 2 of users have blackberries and we have BIS installed.
We are no looking at ipod touch's and ipads as another way to access
our email. This works great when you are on the LAN or at one of our
persistant VPN'd locations, but does not work "off the network"
I've tried to get the apple devices to VPN through our Checkpoint
VPN-1 EDGE firewalls but am not having much luck. This would be
optimal since it's secur and would place these devices on the network
and then the emai...Re: Exchange 5.5 connector??
Oops...I meant "Specify by email domain"...
"Susan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:...
> you would have to configure the second IMS on another server...but you can
> specify on the IMS where to send email for a specific domain...On the
> "Connections" tab, click on "Specify by host"...
> "Jack Black" <JackBlack@hat.com> wrote in message
> > No, I didn't. Would that work?
> > I just want to route SMTP traffic that goes to "...Backing up Exchange using NTBackup
I have been backing up my exchange server using ntbackup (to disk the
tape). The backups are reporting 100% success, log files getting purged
etc. As a dr plan I created a test environment and ran a backup exactly
as I am doing on production server. When I am trying to restore however
I am having a problem. The problem seems to be they way I am backing
up. When doing a backup using ntbackup all that I have read says that I
should disable volume shadow copy. However, when I get to that option
it is greyed out (on live and test environment) - I am not selecting
anything else in the same bac...ntbackup version for exchange
How do I know if I have the version of ntbackup that works with exchange? If
I don't have it, where can I get it?
We are running Backoffice 2003.
Thanks for all info.
If you have exchange installed, you have it.
If you need to run the backup from a remote server, you need to install the
Exchange Admin Tools on that other server (if memory serves correctly).
"LAByerly" <LAByerly@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> How do I know if I have the version of ntbackup that works with exchange?
> If...Exchange Server, PDC and BDC
I have a exchange server 2003 connecting to a PDC and BDC which is running
in windows server 2003 and 2000. If my PDC is crashed, the BDC should be
taking over the role from PDC. But how do I check whether the BDC is working
fine or not?Please assist.
With AD there really isn't a PDC and BDC anymore.
What you need to make sure is that both DCs point to each other for DNS and
that Exchange points to both of them. Then make sure both are also GCs.
Shut one off and see if Exchange still runs.
Hope that helps,
This posting is provided "AS IS" wit...MTA RPC errors after removing an Exchange Server
I recently removed an Exchange 2000 Server from our organization by running
the remove option from the Exchange CDROM. Everything was fine however
since I did this the new Exchange 2003 cluster server that has taken over
logs the following event every 10 minutes exactly:
Calling client thread does not have permission to use MTA RPCs.
Windows 2000 error code: 0X80070005. Client user account: NT
AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON. [BASE IL INCOMING RPC 28 237] (14)
I have rebooted the new machine and confirmed that the old mailserver is
removed from the Exchange organization. Does anyon...Exchange #5
We are planning to implement Exchange as our chosen email
system. We would like to utilise more than one domain
name for our users. Is this possible?
Secondly, on the assumption that we can have more than
one domain name, can a user have more than one account;
ie one in each domain name? Would the user then be able
to toggle between the two or more accounts to view/send
emails on each one?
One user has one mailbox only, and can have multiple SMTP email accounts.
no need for multiple user accounts and mailboxes.
"Peter Gillard" <petergillard...Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003 Migration Question: No ADC??
I have an environment where I need do do an Exch 5.5 to 2003 Migration.
The domain has already been migrated from NT4 to 2003. The only thing
is, is that there is no Active Directory Connector setup anywhere in
the environment. That leads me to my first question I guess. How is
this possible that Exch 5.5 is even working with AD?
In terms of upgrading, what would recommendations be? It is a single
Site. I was thinking about bringing up a new Exch 2003 server, and
using "Move Mailbox" to the new exch server. Replicate all the
necessary public folders, decomission the old ...Outlook Web Access stops working after loading SP2 on Exchange 2003
My outlook web access was fine until I loaded SP2 on my Exchange 2003
server. Since then, the folders don't show properly and it says
loading but doesn't load. The links to the folders (inbox, calendar,
etc, can be clicked but nothing shows up. This server was fine until
SP2 was loaded. This problem exists inside and outside the network.
you can try to recreate the owa folders.
take a look at this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883380/en-us
"Mazzard" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> My outl...AVG Virus software
I use the free version of AVG. When I looked at my VIRUS VAULT I saw about
10 entries, some
described as virus, but I am not sure what to do to get rid of these things.
Do I select EMPTY VAULT
or else select each item and click on DELETE ?
Since it's not part of Windows XP, you would ask here:
"Peter Buttuls" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
: I use the free version of AVG. When I looked at my VIRUS VAULT I saw about
: 10 entr...Upgrade to Exchange
If I upgrade to exchange 2003 from Windows server 2003 standard how can I
make sure that each user gets a mailbox without going to each user, right
clicking and creating a mail box? Can I do it by group policy or is there a
you do not upgrade from Windows 2003 to Exchange 2003...Windows 2003 is an
OS...Exchange 2003 is an email application...you do not have email boxes,
"Andrew" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> If I upgrade to exchange 2003 from Windows server 2003 standar...Virus e-mails
I posted a Question Oct 4 at 11:45 PM "Balanced or Mixed
Asset Funds" Sence then my e-mail address has received
hundreds of virus carrying e-mails every day some
purported to be from Microsoft or Postmaster, etc. My
virus S/W deleted them and I don't run .exe e-mail
attachments. My e-mail is overloaded and useless.
Only the e-mail given to this newsgroup is effected.
Why are our e-mail addresses included in the post? To
whom should I report this?
It is not just this newsgroup. The spammers have software that scans all the
newsgroups and pull out anything that look...Need to add a new domain to existing Exchange server
I have a client who had been running Exchange 2000 on a Windows 2000 server
in an AD environment for 2 years. They have a domain for their company that
tthey send and receive mail with.
They are now integrating into a holding company and want to create a second
domain for their holding company and send and receive e-mail from that domain
using the existing Exchange Server as well.
Their new domain is not a child domain. It is completely separate from the
How do I setup Exchange and their infrastructure so that they can send and
receive e-mail from two separate domains usi...Microsoft Exchange Server
Can anyone help me understand the Microsoft Exchange Server installation
I have Windows XP and Office XP (2002), and have Outlook installed and
running. However, I'd like to be able to use the features of Microsoft
Exchange Server under Outlook - e.g. sharing the calendar. When I activate
the Mail icon in the Control Panel and choose Microsoft Exchange Server, I
have to input the name of "your Microsoft Exchange Server computer. For
information, see your system administrator" - I AM THE SYSTEM
ADMINISTRATOR!!!!! It's a small home computer network.
Nowhere I hav...Exchange Internet Identity
i have an issue/question.
i have exchange server 2003 that was installed on localhost.domain and
then configured to collect email for internetdomain.com.
Now, here it the problem, when email goes out, in the headers i have
localhost.domain instead of my real internetdomain.com. That causes
problems with some servers that can't obviously resolve
Any pointers or tips how to change Exchange public identity would be
Thank you much for your input
You can change fqdn in SMTP virtual server | properties | Delivery |
www...Virus like behaviour but no virus
Hope I can get some help with this one
1)Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003
2) I have scanned the server for viruses using two
reputable brands and no virus has been detected. I have
an Exchange compatible virus scanner; no viruses.
3) The SMTP service is running; The Exchange Virtual SMTP
server is stopped.
4) As soon as the virtual SMTP server is started my link
is flooded with outbound traffic. If I then pause the
virtual server the flooding continues. If I stop the
virtual SMTP server the flooding stops.
5) I cannot see anything in the queues.
Getting desperate so any suggesti...Titan Exchange Integration
I was wondering if there was better integration with Exchange in terms of
calendar data being integrated and such.
CRM 4.0 will offer the ability to sync other activity type into Outlook
MVP - Dynamics CRM
"mlnetcor" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I was wondering if there was better integration with Exchange in terms of
calendar data being integrated and such.
Do you know if this will be a back end function or will you need to use an
"Matt P...Exchange 2003
Could you please add the ability to create a default company signature via
Exchagne 2003 that would pull a users information from AD and populate the
signature directly? We would like to streamline what our employees
signatures look like and control it from one place.
If this is already possible, please post back with instructions.
On Wed, 19 Apr 2006 11:44:02 -0700, ISO Mike
>Could you please add the ability to create a default company signature via
>Exchagne 2003 that wou...Reading mailbox items with minimum Exchange
I need a way to read mailbox data (through a program) from an unmounted
store with minimal dependency on Exchange. The store is located (copied) on a
Windows 2000 Server machine without Exchange installed yet.
What I am seeking is a solution that does not effect the rest of active
directory/network by creating duplicates or conflicts and does not require
full fledged Exchange running i.e. ideally only few required Exchange Dlls
So, whats the best that could work in this scenario.
if you're using Exchange 2K3 you could mount the store in the Recover...Exchange SP2 #4
Mistakenly installed SP2 without SP1 on the server. Since the install and
reboot that followed, there are issues of periodic sluggishness/ bordering on
a (not responding) error for users. This isn't constant for all users but
more like a floating problem affecting different users at different times.
Does anyone know of a remedy for this?
Exchange SPs are cumulative, so it shouldn't matter.
You need to start troubleshooting - use tools like ExMon or the Performance
Troubleshooting Analyzer. Or plain old Performance Monitor of course.
http://www.msex...Create a Rule on the Exchange Server?
Hey guys, i am looking to create a rule that will run a script whenever
I receive an email from a certain person. I know this is possible on
the client side. Is there a way to enforce this rule on the server
itself without have the client open? If anyone has any ideas, or
workarounds let me know. Thanks!
On Thu, 25 May 2006 17:14:21 GMT, rhalljr <email@example.com>
>Hey guys, i am looking to create a rule that will run a script whenever
>I receive an email from a certain person. I know this is possible on
>the client side. Is there a way to enforce t...