How to log into Office365 Exchange or on-premise Exchange server using PowerShell.
Every Exchange user’s mailbox can have many email addresses. Can a user define what email address to appear in the “From” field?
It's been awhile since I've heard complaints about the number of rules available in Exchange server mailboxes - apparently the 64KB rules limit meets the needs of most users much better than the old 32KB limit did, however, it's clearly not large enough for two users who recently moved to Office 365. Because managing a
Outlook 2013 includes a new feature, Sync Slider, that limits the amount of mail synced with Outlook, in an effort to limit the size of the offline cache file used by Exchange or IMAP mailboxes.
A user new to Office365 hosted Exchange had this comment: When I log into my hosted exchange account I am dishearten that find that the online version of outlook looks and functions nothing like the desktop version. I don't see any way to customize the look and feel or layout. All the classic Outlook functionalities
Days like Tuesday make me glad I'm using Office 365 now, and don't have to mess with updates to Exchange server (or SharePoint). It's someone else's job to install the updates. Both Exchange 2010 and 2007 are affected by the remote code execution vulnerabilities described in Security bulletin MS13-012: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server could
How to give a mailbox user Full Access permission to a mailbox and disable automapping, so the mailbox does not show up in the folder list automatically. .
A user had a problem and her Exchange administrator asked for help: The user is sharing her calendar with a few people and her appointments are being changed. I suspect her assistant is accidentally changing the appointment but the assistant denies touching the appointments. Is there a way to log what account accesses the mailbox
Exchange server has a 10 device limit for ActiveSync access to a mailbox. Users are trying to connect the Mail client to Exchange server but receive an error message instead.
Is there is a way to know who sent the message, when messages are sent by changing the From field in Outlook to a different user?