We recently decommissioned our aging Exchange 2007 Server and switched to using Office 365 for Email. One quirk of the new system was that some users were having difficulty accessing their Out Of Office (Automatic Reply) Settings when using Outlook 2010 or 2013. Your automatic reply settings cannot be displayed because the server is currently … Continue reading Office 365: Your Automatic Reply Settings Cannot Be Displayed
It’s often handy to create a shared calendar within your organisation for booking rooms and other shared resources such as cars and laptops. Outlook / Exchange 2007 makes this easy to achieve. Firstly, create a shared Calendar (within Public Folders) using Outlook. For the purposes of this example, let’s call this “Pool Cars”. The … Continue reading Creating a Shared Resource Calendar in Exchange 2007
Several tools are available for managing Windows Server 2008 remotely (when physical access to the server console is not possible). Normally, this would be when seated at a Windows XP or Windows 7 Workstation that is connected to the domain, either on the local network or via a VPN link. Remote Desktop Session Windows Server … Continue reading Small Business Server 2008 Remote Management
By default, the Maximum number of Exchange Accounts allowed per Outlook Profile is 10. A single Exchange account is normally adequate for most of us. However, it may not be if some users have gotten themselves an Office365 Email account in addition to their Corporate Email. Previously it was possible to use the Outlook Hotmail … Continue reading Outlook 2010: Additional Microsoft Exchange Accounts cannot be added
During 2009, I installed Small Business Server 2008 onto my corporate network. This was my first experience of Exchange 2007, so I drew a map to help me find my way around the new Management Console layout. Here is a scanned PDF version for your pleasure: Click here to Download
Exchange Server 2007 includes several Anti-Spam Message Filtering features as standard. Within Small Business Server 2008, these are all enabled by default. In my experience, this can result in important incoming messages failing to arrive at the intended recipients inbox. To make matters worse, neither the System Administrator or the User seems to receive any … Continue reading Exchange 2007: Anti-Spam Features causing Email to Disappear
For some reason, the "Exchange Tabs" no longer appear within "Active Directory Users and Computers" (dsa.msc). Instead, they can be found on the individual Mail Properties within "Exchange Management Console => Recipient Configuration => Mailbox". There are also some limited Exchange settings within the SBS Console...