How to configure room calendars so you can share Exchange 2010 Free/Busy over the Internet. You can control the rooms or user's whose calendars are available and the amount of details that are shown.
Some mail programs allow you to set a default domain for e-mail. This lets you send to someone in that domain by specifying only the name portion of the address, not the full firstname.lastname@example.org SMTP address. Outlook, Exchange and Windows Messaging do not support this feature directly. Here is a workaround: Enter the address in
We'll be adding more issues to this page for Outlook users who send and receive mail via the Internet, with links both to the Microsoft Knowledgebase (MSKB) and to other Slipstick articles. Outlook 2002 adds support for HTTP (web-based) mail accounts, but so far works only with Hotmail and MSN and with Exchange Server 2000.