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On the phone, go into the email app Push the menu soft key. Select "settings". Select your email address. DO NOT tap "General preferences", tap your actual email address. Scroll to the bottom and uncheck Sync SMS OR: Go to Settings Select "Microsof Exchange ActiveSync" in Accounts group Select the "Settings" under Common settings group Select your ...


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You can change her alias, just make sure you keep the old ones so old mail is forwarded to the new one. Even if you were to mess up the mailbox won't be deleted so don't have any concerns about that. IF she does want to change her account name, you can simply create an email alias that points to her user account, and all messages will simply goto her 'new' ...


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This is for using forms authentication version of OWA 2010... On the Exchange server go to: C:\Program Files\microsoft\exchange\ClientAccess\Owa\auth Modify login.aspx - replacing the string autocomplete="off" with autocomplete="on" Now Internet Explorer will offer to remember the password to the site.


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Perhaps you are looking for the Exchange Server property of Maintain per-user read and unread information for this folder described by Microsoft as : When you select this setting for a public folder, the items in the folder change from the Unread state to the Read state for each user when the items are viewed by the user. However, the state ...


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At present, tasks will require a full Outlook client, unless another 1st or 3rd party app comes out that specifically addresses tasks the Mail and Calender clients in Windows 8 were not meant to replace the full functionality of Outlook in an Exchange environment as far as I am aware Outlook 2010 and 2013 both work without a problem in Windows 8 (so far :) ...


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Left click Start Enter text to be searched in "Search programs and files" field box (immediately above Start button - lower left corner) Note: Do not hit "enter" Select Microsoft Outlook in results box (directly above the search field) This will give you EVERYTHING relating to the text you entered - look for appointment icon on the left to find the ...


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Solved. The vast majority of this is PowerShell script. (Start > Powershell Modules) First of all you need to set up the web proxy: (to be honest, I skipped this bit as the iPad in question will never leave the building and an external URL isn't required) To check settings: Get-ExchangeServer |fl To set setting: Set-ExchangeServer -Identity "MAIL01" ...


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There are plenty of great tutorials out there on how to set up an Exchange server if you are looking to do that. One such tutorial can be found here: http://www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com/datacenter/Installing-Exchange-2010-Step-by-Step-3877601.htm It will walk you step by step on how to install and configure your Exchange server. There are also great ...


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Yes you can do this to answer 1,2,3 and 6. You can run your own server as well, but remember that by doing so means it's "Open" to the outside world's malicious attacks so a good firewall is in order. Any way, my suggestion is Buy a domain name if you haven't got one (although I suggest you buy a new one just for testing). Point the MX record to your ...


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I had the same problem. I found some random blog/forum post that said after a logout and log back in, the accounts would show up. ....And that exactly worked for me...When I did this I had like 13 copies of my Exchange account configured in evolution..... Evo + exchangeMAPI is working well for me now -- well except GAL. I skirted around this by adding ...


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The article Importing exchange Mail Contacts using powershell suggests this code : Import-Csv .\ExternalContacts.csv| foreach-object{if (Get-MailContact -anr $_.name) {write-host $_.name 'is a duplicate entry!!!'} else {New-MailContact -Name $_.Name -DisplayName $_.Name -ExternalEmailAddress $_.ExternalEmailAddress -FirstName $_.FirstName ...


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This is a known issue for Outlook 2007 (and 2003), but not 2010. If it is Outlook 2007, then Outlook 2007 SP2 + the Hotfix available in MS KB2276479 should take care of it. Under Issues that this hotfix package fixes: Consider the following scenario: Your mailbox is moved to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. In Office Outlook 2007, you ...


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Through some digging and a bit of luck, I've found a solution to this problem. Shut down Mail.app Edit /Users/<username>/Library/Mail/V2/MailData/Accounts.plist in your favorite editor. Search for "EWSAccount" in the file, and you will see an XML structure similar to the following that contains the information for your particular setup, including the ...


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The cmdlet for removing permissions is Remove-MailboxFolderPermission. So something like the following should work (though I've no way to actually test it): Get-MailUser | Where-Object { $_.Identity -ne "user@company" } | ForEach-Object { Remove-MailboxFolderPermission user@company:\Calendar -User $_.Identity } I've split it up to several lines for ...


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On the ribbon under file (Tools menu), Click Account Settings. Select the Outlook Mobile Service account that you want to remove Then click Remove. To confirm the removal of the account Click Yes


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I have got these problems before, although I'm not quite sure about the exact error message. In my case I was only able to fix it by a complete removal and reinstallation of Outlook. When you say you re-created the profile, did you completely remove the account from Outlook? Did the error came back before importing the old emails? If you can answer both ...


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Answer below: See the "Add a recipient's digital ID to your Contacts" heading [1] here. The sending issue sounds like your user doesn't have an up-to-date contact for the external user (including public key for the external user), so they can't encrypt a message to them. If they were an internal user, you might pick it up fro the GAL, but external users ...


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I don't think there's a way to make Outlook run rules other than upon receipt or sending. May be possible with VBA, but I've never done Outlook automation so I can't help you there. However, you could make a rule to move the alerts to a separate folder upon arrival, then set the auto-archive option on that folder to remove when older than one day. This ...


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It seems at this point that Exchange is choking on the second HTTPS binding. It also seems you can only have one SSL port configured in IIS, and thus, only one SSL certificate. If you have multiple URLs that resolve to your mail server, and want to avoid certificate errors as a result of having the wrong CN on the certificate, you need to obtain an Exchange ...



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