The management team at my company often attaches documents (Word, Excel, PDFs) to their Outlook Calendar meeting requests. The meeting requests are sent to the managers, but also to their assistants. The desire is to have everyone be able to view the full meeting request and its content, but limit the ability to open the attachments to just the managers. Is there a way in Outlook 2003 and/or 2007 to limit access to attachments that [...]Continue Reading »
We have a fairly new Exchange 2007 SP2 install with some GAL issues – basically when you browse the GAL from Outlook 2007 there are users listed that are not email users. If you look in Exchange under recipient configuration these users don’t exist. They’re AD users, but were never configured in Exchange, yet for some reason they show up in the GAL. The GAL seems to update correctly if new users are added or [...]Continue Reading »
I would like to know if using MS Exchange there is a way to run code against outbound emails. The code would need to trigger on emails sent to a specific domain, connect to a database, check for an email related to the email sent, and Carbon-copy that email to the related email. What I’m trying to do: When Jack@example.com gets an email, his auditor George@example.com gets CC’d. Jack is in a MSSQL DB table [...]Continue Reading »
I’m a developer who’s having to stand in as a sysadmin and I’ve been asked to make the contents of an inbox available to a users manager without informing the user. We’re running Exchange 2007 (pre-installed with SBS 2008). All clients are Outlook 2007. I haven’t been able to find much information for doing this in Exchange 2007 through Google – I’ve tried going to the exchange server, finding the user in “exchange directory users [...]Continue Reading »
I have set up a new SBS 2008 server (including Exchange 2007). The clients are running Outlook 2007. All clients have an issue where Outlook periodically prompts for login to access remote.mydomain.com. When correct credentials are entered, the dialog comes back straight away (ie. authentication is not successful). Apart from this, Outlook is connected to the Exchange and receiving emails, so if I cancel the login box, so Outlook works ok if I cancel the [...]Continue Reading »
I’ve searched high and low for this, but have yet to find anything. I’m running Exchange 2010, and I have a mailbox set to forward all mail to another user. When this other user has their out of office turned on, anyone e-mailing the first user will get the response from the second user, even though they were not on the original e-mail. I’ve been trying to come up with out of office rules that [...]Continue Reading »
I’ve tried to set up outlook anywhere using Exchange 2010 and it works well except when Outlook is first opened, the user is asked to enter their windows login password. Once it has been entered everything is fine but I need to get rid of this annoyance. I’ve tested the settings on www.testexchangeconnectivity.com and everything is reported as ok. Does anyone know how I can fix this? I managed to get this working by using [...]Continue Reading »
I just got a mail from someone notifying me of an out of office reply she received after she sent a meeting request to 3 different people, not including the one that’s on leave. She said my colleague (who is out of the office himself and who I won’t bother for unimportant things) knew about this in the past, but I’m not sure what it could be. The only thing I can think of is [...]Continue Reading »
We have a Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS 3.0) Project Management site on one of our Windows 2003 servers. We are trying to give our users access to forms showing them the status of their requests and a form to allow them to add projects through Outlook 2007 which runs on Exchange 2003. We found a post on how to add a new folder item in Outlook and set the Home Page as the sharepoint URL [...]Continue Reading »
We use outlook 2007 and Exchange 2003. When i add the meetingroom to the appointment it doesn’t warn me anymore that the meetingroom is already occupied. The same happens to all my colleagues, so I think it is something in Exchange. Any idea where I can solve this? Thanks for any help. It sounds to me as if the Meeting Room hasn’t been correctly set up as a Resource so that it can’t be double [...]Continue Reading »
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