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When a meeting invitation is deleted from the Inbox, the tentative copy of the associated meeting remains in the Calendar.
An administrator has a problem. They inadvertently set a group policy that disabled the option to saved sent items and would like to recover copies the messages that were sent during the short period of time the policy was in effect. Unfortunately, its not possible to recover the sent items from Exchange server unless journaling
When the junk mail is not filtering correctly, you can delete the junk mail rules in Outlook when you use an Exchange mailbox.
Every Exchange user’s mailbox can have many email addresses. Can a user define what email address to appear in the “From” field?
Outlook isn’t alone in supporting photos, in fact, the Active Directory has supported pictures for years, using the Picture attribute (thumbnailPhoto) to store thumbnail photos.
Exchange 2003 and older supports just 32 KB worth of rules. If each rule is small and simple, you might get about 50 – 70 rules when using Outlook 2002 and older. Outlook 2003 (and up) uses Unicode when writing the rules and this requires more space per rule, leaving most users with about 20
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
How to display Microsoft Exchange server Public folders and shared Contact folders as Outlook Address Books.
Recurring appointments are a problem for many users: you can’t end a series without losing exceptions and no one can cancel meetings created by users who no longer have a mailbox. For this reason, we always recommend using a recurrence period of no more than a year.