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Sembee
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Last Activity: 22nd May 2015, 18:13
Joined: 10th April 2006
Location: Newbury, UK
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  • The only way is to add the POP3 account to Outlook. That will allow you to send the email out via the SMTP host associated with the POP3 account.
    Anything else is spoofing, which depending on the configuration of the domain that the POP3 account is using, could get the message flagged as spam...
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  • The updates for the anti-spam filter built in to Exchange 2010 should have resumed yesterday.
    No explanation from Microsoft as to the reason why they stopped though.

    Simon.
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  • Sembee
    replied to Wrong OWA logon form
    Run the fix my network wizard in the SBS console. That should correct everything for you.

    Simon.
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  • Sembee
    replied to Anti Spam Software
    There are no free options other than what Exchange provides that can be installed directly on to the Exchange server.
    Therefore you are looking at a paid product.
    However making a recommendation is impossible - because what works for one site will not always work for another.
    When...
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  • IMAP/POP haven't been used to connect to any version of Exchange with Outlook - so that is pushing over 15 years. They are legacy protocols to connect to internet based servers. You don't get most of the Exchange functionality with them.

    As already pointed out, the main change is a move...
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  • The SSL certificate you put on to the server is used for everything - not just ActiveSync, but also Outlook Anywhere and OWA. Therefore unless you have control over 100% of the clients accessing Exchange by any means, use a public certificate.
    Autodiscover isn't mandatory for ActiveSync - it can...
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  • Is the server fully up to date? Exchange directory structure doesn't work in the same way as a normal web site, so it isn't usually something you can easily fix by enabling an option.
    I would get the SBS BPA (links on http://sbsbpa.com/) and run the Exchange best practises tool from the toolbox...
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  • What is your question?
    You need to have Autodiscover.example.com on the SSL certificate for the client to find the information correctly.
    If you cannot do that, then you need to configure an SRV record instead, ensuring that Autodiscover.example.com does NOT resolve externally.
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  • It isn't something I would have done.
    If you have a single account then you have no auditing available. Therefore I would say it wasn't very secure at all.

    Simon....
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  • Depends.
    It does no harm to leave the others in place and if you have more than one server you will need to leave the others for inter-server to work correctly.
    Personally I just enable anonymous and leave the others as they are - the key thing with Exchange is to leave the platform as native...
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  • I have never seen anything about best practise on WHERE to login to.
    Plenty about how.
    All administrators should have two accounts. A regular user account which is mail enabled and used on their workstation (could also be a local admin) and an admin account which is not used for workstation...
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  • If the content of the mailbox was changed by malware, then that would replicate, because Exchange knows no difference.
    However malware cannot change the content from outside of Exchange and have that replicate.

    Simon.
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  • Exchange 2013 CU2 is no longer supported. Therefore before you do anything the machine needs to be brought up to date. Most do not consider Exchange 2013 complete until SP1 (aka CU4) but we are now on CU8, and Microsoft only support the current and previous CU, so you are very out of date.
    In...
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  • Is that a manual download of the rollup, or via Windows update?
    The most common reason for installation failures is a bad download. Therefore downloading the update again will often clear the issue.

    Simon.
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  • Re: A virus in a DAG (Exchange 2010)

    The way the DAG works, this isn't possible.

    The DAG does no replicate the database, it replicates the transaction logs.
    Therefore the only way that something can replicate between the two servers is as part of an email message...
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