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Category: Exchange 2007


List or change Inboxrules employee have > Automatic E-Mail forwards to private or external E-Mail systems. Problem: In Exchange, users are able to forward E-Mail themself to an external private account. This is a problem because of compliance and if you don’t have a DLP (Data Lost Prevention). There are ways to prevent this (With […]

Active Directory accounts with ADMINSholder/adminCount flag | No syncback from Azure, ms-ds-consistencyGuid

english, Management summary To gain a better understanding of the ADMINSholder/adminCount attribute, we recommend referring to the provided blog posts, which shed light on the impact of this flag, particularly regarding ActiveSync and GPO. This attribute poses a challenge in the synchronization process of the Synchronization Service Manager (Microsoft Azure AD Connect Synchronization Services) as […]

WINMAIL.DAT (Exchange 2007-2016-M365) Outlook – DEUTSCH

WINMAIL.DAT Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format oder TNEF ist ein proprietäres E-Mail-Anhangsformat, das von Microsoft Outlook und Microsoft Exchange Server verwendet wird. Eine Datei mit TNEF-Codierung wird in der Regel als winmail.dat oder win.dat bezeichnet und hat einen MIME-Typ von Application/MS-TNEF. Der offizielle (IANA) Medientyp ist jedoch application/ Wie oder wann passiert das? Wenn ein Absender […]

Defrag Exchange on-premises Database with ESEUTIL If you are at the end of Migration. Check there are no user active on the DB:  Show all mailboxes on Database “mb3” Get-Mailbox -Database “mb3” | select Displayname, Alias, Database, OrganizationalUnit | ft -wrap –auto  Also check this KB for hidden accounts and dead accounts : Get the Path of the DB: How […]

Turn of Autodiscover warning box agree Outlook.exe with GPO

How to turn off Autodiscover Warning in Outlook 2010/2013/2016/2019 Warnung: Das Konto wurde fuer die Einstellung auf die Website umgeleitet A little bit more explained than in the Microsoft KB and with a check THAT if you ONLY set the Registry key if the OFFICE Version is installed. During Migrations you could otherwise run […]

Exchange 2007/2010 Delete default Mailbox Database / remove last Mailbox/SG

Exchange 2007/2010 Delete default Mailbox Database / remove last Mailbox/SG When you are migrating an Exchange from 2003 to 2007/2010 if you want to delete remove old or default mailboxes there are always mailboxes, which prevent you.  Here is the Microsoft Error as it shows up: MDB01FailedError:This mailbox database contains one or more mailboxes, mailbox plans, […]

Exchange: Server 2008 SMTP/IIS does not write Logfiles

On old Exchange machines we migrated we often (After Exchange is de-installed) install the SMTP Server. So we can re-route E-Mail from devices which have not been migrated and log that info. You have a Server 2008 64BOIT RTM and the separate installed SMTP-Service in IIS 6.0 Manager does not write Logfiles. You set the […]

Exchange 2007, Powershell, Disable all ActiveSync Options except for users who are member of a Distribution group

Exchange, Powershell, Disable all ActiveSync Options except for users who are member of a Distribution group     # Activesync Robot Script for Exchange # Exchange 2007 (2010 has) does not have the option to disable new added activesync partners automatic. # —————————————————————————————————–# M.Butsch # 1) Disables all Activesync Options for ALL new User # […]

Exchange 2010, Activesync Partnership Fails when user moved to new OU in ADS

Error: Error message when you try to perform a remote wipe operation for a device in Exchange Server 2010: “The ActiveSyncDevice identity cannot be found” This is generated do a bug as we see it. The user with an ACTIVE Activesync Partnership HAS been moved to another OU in Active Directory. This seems logical since […]