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May
19
comment Outlook 2013 clean up mail on the server
OK, but downloading 12 months of email to the OST files doesn't remove it from the server, so I'm not seeing how the OST file is related to cleaning up the actual mailbox.
May
19
comment Outlook 2013 clean up mail on the server
Unless this is SBS there is no default mailbox size limit in Exchange Server 2007. Your Exchange administrator may have set limits, but you'd have to ask them in order to verify that. I'm not understanding what you mean about downloading your email. If you're using a native Outlook/Exchange connection then your email isn't downloaded to Outlook except in the case of cached mode and an OST file. Is that how you have Outlook configured? With an OST file, mail isn't downloaded off of the server. Your OST file is an exact local copy of your mailbox, no more no less.
May
19
comment Outlook 2013 clean up mail on the server
What do you mean your mailbox is almost full? There are no default mailbox size limits in Exchange 2007. Are you saying that there's a mailbox size limit on your mailbox? If so, why aren't you archiving older mail? It also sounds like you're using POP to connect to your mailbox, why are you doing that with Exchange?
Apr
28
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Apr
27
comment odbc error connecting mysql: “sql server does not exist or access denied”
Server does not exist or access denied - Have you verified the server name or ip address that you're trying to connect to? Have you verified the identity that you're trying to connect with? What have you tried and what were the results? Your question, as it stands, is poor. In fact, it really isn't a question, it's a statement. If you've put as much effort into solving your problem as you've put into this question then I'm not surprised that you haven't resolved it.
Apr
7
comment VLAN / Virtual LAN / which one to use for small enterprise network
Do yourself a favor, purchase a separate internet connection from your ISP and set up a guest network using that internet connection. Keep the hotel "business" network and the guest network completely isolated from each other. This would be the simplest and securest way to keep the two networks separated.
Mar
23
comment Is 802.3az / EEE important for a network switch for structured cabling?
How much power could an unused port really use?
Mar
9
comment Winsxs and Installer in C drive
blogs.technet.com/b/askpfeplat/archive/2013/10/08/… - blogs.technet.com/b/joscon/archive/2012/01/18/…
Mar
7
comment Kaspersky PURE 3.0 high network usage
Have you confirmed that the process in question is connecting to the internet? The network utilization of that process may all be on the local network.
Mar
7
comment Kaspersky PURE 3.0 high network usage
That still doesn't make sense. Do you mean that you're on some kind of metered/limited internet connection?
Mar
7
comment Kaspersky PURE 3.0 high network usage
This question doesn't make sense. How are you losing data, exactly?
Feb
26
comment How to setup a private captive network using Wi-Fi at a tradeshow for in-booth app demos?
We all know tradeshows charge 1000's of dollars for internet connectivity - Do we all know this? Also, are they really charging 1000's of dollars? How many 1000's of dollars? What tradeshows specifically are charging these 1000's of dollars?
Feb
26
comment can more than 2 users connect Remotely using Remote Desktop connection in Windows server 2008 R2
In Windows Server 2003 it's called Terminal Services/Terminal Server. You can install it from Add\Remove Programs, then select Add|Remove Windows Components and select it there. You can also install it from the Manage Your Server tool in Administrative Tools.
Feb
14
comment MS Office 2013 - App Crash after a few minutes
I tried rebooting, starting in safe mode, and sfc /fix - Because when something doesn't work you should just randomly run sfc, gpupdate, and disable the Windows firewall.
Feb
14
comment Troubleshooting latency spikes
if the laptop is hooked to the same wi-fi that I am hooked to via cable - That statement makes no sense. Are you connected wirelessly or wired?
Feb
2
answered Can a DNS domain name point to a folder on a server?
Jan
29
comment Outlook/Exchange - Changing display of “From” user
This seems like it should be the default behavior of Outlook - Why? Because you want it to be the default behavior?
Jan
27
comment Remote Desktop Connection: Don't connect to console
You want to connect via RDP to a computer from the same computer? That makes no sense. If you're talking about connecting to a desktop OS (Windows Vista, Windows 7, etc.) then yes you'll connect to the console. Desktop OS's don't support multiple concurrent RDP sessions.
Jan
27
comment Remote Desktop Connection: Don't connect to console
.....What.....?
Jan
27
comment Windows 8 is blocking port 25
What do you mean they're blocking port 25? Are you trying to connect inbound or outbound to port 25?