This tutorial will show how to configure Outlook automatically. First go to the control panel and select the mail icon. Select Email accounts in the window that opens. If a profile already exists, click new. Choose the email service and now enter your account information wait as Outlook configures your account Congrats…your finished.
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Managing messages for a large organization can be difficult. As time goes on, messages build up in users’ mailboxes, creating a larger burden for mail servers and making it harder for the Exchange administrator to keep mail flowing efficiently. Creating a default retention policy is a good way to automatically manage messages. In Exchange, a retention [...]
In my last blog about DAG’s(Database Availability Group) I mentioned that there might be a scenario where a user might have to perform a manual copy of a database – check out the blog here. In this scenario, using the EMS(Exchange Management Shell) cmdlets and EMC(Exchange Management Console) methods for creating a copy of the database [...]
If you’re like me, you probably receive several hundred e-mails or more a day at work. Everyday I get a plethora of messages from my co-workers, clients, third-party support, automated services on servers, people trying to sell me stuff, and the list goes on and on. If you have all your messages sitting in your [...]
With Exchange 2010′s hosted environment, end users can now manage their own Distribution Groups via the Online Web Access / Exchange Control Panel.
In Microsoft Exchange 2010 you will sometimes encounter issues where specific users will not be able to send emails into your organization as a result of your Content Filtering policy. Typically this will generate a standard bounce message back to the user who is trying to email into your organization which will look like this: [...]