This Tutorial describes all steps to create a new shared E-Mail address for two different domains. We use GALsync for sychronizing objects, a script to modify the SMTP-addresses and built-in Exchange 2010 features.
There is a feature called Cross Forest Delegation introduced with Exchange 2007. It enables a user in forest A to manage a calendar of a user in forest B.
Steve Goodman, author of http://www.stevieg.org published a new book about using iPhone and Exchange 2010. Subtitel: Set up Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and deploy iPhone and other iDevices securely into your business. Reviewers are Jeff Guillet, Laercio Simoes and Henrik … Read More »
Thanks to Henrick Walter for his article “Exchange Schema Versions – Common Questions & Answers”. He describes that you can find your Exchange version by looking to the RangeUpper value in Active Directory Schema (configuration partition). See article Unfortunately, I … Read More »
Sets the language attribute of Exchange 2010 mailboxes – use this powershell script usage scenario: During a move mailbox scenario in a mid-large international company users told that they got Non Deleivery Reports (NDRs) in German language. Crazy, because all … Read More »
Empty all extension attributes and replace the value with NULL for all users with Exchange 2010 mailboxes usage scenario: During a move mailbox scenario in a mid-large international company we had to empty all extension attributes (formerly called custom attributes). Some attributes … Read More »
Modify attributes of users who are listed in a file – use this powershell script usage scenario: During a move mailbox scenario in a mid-large international company we had to exclude certain users from moving. So we had to "mark" … Read More »
Do you like to manage your mailbox accounts by having different Active Directory groups for mailboxes on 2003, 2007 and 2010 servers? We often have the following problem by our customers: OWA Access should be available via a single URL, … Read More »
With Outlook 2010 or iPhone OS 4.0 it is possible to access multiple mailboxes / Exchange accounts. There is no need to create multiple Outlook profiles. So the access to mailboxes from different Exchange organizations is possible too.
Introduction Information workers frequently need to collaborate with external recipients such as vendors, partners, and customers, and share their availability (free/busy) information, calendar, or contacts. In this third part I will describe the first required configuration tasks and the experiences … Read More »