Manu wrote on 01/08/2010 07:24 ET :
> I having a Domain which contains Exchange 2003 SP2, Exchange 2007 SP2 and
> Exchange 2010
> I have created a Mail Enabled Group(Mail Enabled Universal Distribution
> Group) from Exchange 2010 Management, and when I launch the property page of
> same group from Exchange 2007 management, I am getting following
> must use
I'm an Exchange newbie but I need that:
for some mailboxs, I would like that each received and sented mail
(for particular mail address, such as corporate costumers as example)
be converted/extracted to a pdf file (such as a print-to-pdf) with
This pdf+attachmets will be saved in a filesystem structure such as:
in ---> mail domain of sender
We have migrated all of our users over to an Exchange 2010
environment, but kept a 2003 server around for legacy restores. Today
I received a couple of requests to restore emails from the old 2003
environment. I have recovered the database, and see the information
that I am looking for, but I am unable to pull the information from
the Recovery Storage Group. I keep getting an error when
I have excahnge 2007 running on a W2K3, I have already done a full
backup of my mailbox database and it worked fine. but I have another
Incremental backup which I have to do, but it's throwing these error
Any help on these will be very much appreciated to help solving my
Even ID: 950
ntbackup (2416) Unexpected file system error
Sam wrote on 02/02/2010 04:28 ET :
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to develop a web-based application which will retrieve
> Calendar information from MS Exchange 2003.
> I've googled alot and have came across WebDav. But is it necessary to
> use a tool or another server to get the things done?
> What I'm trying to do is:
> Retrieve Calendar information from MS Exchange 2003 server using PHP
I run the following to import a 6GB mailbox:
Dir C:\MovedMail\alan.pst | Import-Mailbox
It say that this can take a long time, etc..
So I respond with A (Yes to all).
It starts but completes in 5 seconds and doesn't import anything (from what
I can tell, maybe three emails were imported).
I don't understand. I have done the same on 5 other mailbox and they don't
Looking for ideas on a way to cycle through mail-stores on an Exchange
2003 server to collect user outlook tasks and possibly export (import)
to an Access database. Maybe a powershell script would work.
Our comapny has a RSG mailbox database 40GB in size - THe same size as the
prodcution db. We did recovered it and restore it into the RSG. Now we are
trying to retrieve a specific user mailbox informationfrom it but I can not
access it. The following is the command we are executing.
[PS] C:\Windows\System32>Restore-Mailbox -RSGMailbox 'username' -RSGdatabase
'Reco very Storage
Is there another tool that can search and export based on sender and
"Mark Morowczynski" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
On Apr 2, 11:53 am, "Steele" <kste...@summitnetworking.net> wrote:
> Is ExMerge able to filter email that it exports by sender or recipient? Is
> there a better way to do
I have one Exchange 2007 server, tracking enabled. I need to verify
the receiving Message server is receiving the message. How in that
logs or tracking can I do that? I really believe message tracking in
exchange 2003 was much easier. I remember in 2003 there was something
in the lags that showed receiving domain either accepted or denied it
or something. I know in theory our server
The scenario is there are 2 domains lets say SOURCE and TARGET where SOURCE is
the source domain and TARGET is the target domain.
The problem is, when a migration regarding a Public folder from SOURCE to
TARGET happens, it does not properly replicate its correct folder type. For
example, a folder type of Calendar in SOURCE, what happens after migration to
TARGET is instead of having