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  • Blocking iOS 7 in Exchange 2010 & 2013 (updated)

    Now that iOS 7 available, it might be interesting to know how to block this version. In the past there were some issues with the Exchange ActiveSync implementation in specific iOS DeviceOS versions (read this and this). Please note that I did not encountered or heard of any ActiveSync issues with iOS 7, but it might be prudent to be prepared. But ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on September 19, 2013
  • Simplifying the OWA URL with Citrix Netscaler

    Next to Content Switching (which I recently wrote a post about), Citrix Netscalers can also do URL Rewrites. This enables us to simplify the OWA URL. First, be sure the Rewriting option is enabled by going into System, then Settings and choose Configure Basic Settings. Check the tick box for Rewrite After this, first make an Rewrite Action by ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on December 24, 2012
  • Using the Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer Tool

    Recently Microsoft released an updated version of the Microsoft Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer rebranding it as the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer as it now also can test Lync connections, next to Exchange and Office365. Another addition is the Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer Tool, a local variant of the online tool for Exchange ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on December 1, 2012
  • Setting the Postmaster address in Exchange

    Somebody asked me today, whether it is a good idea to set the postmaster address in Exchange. Well, short answer: yes! It's is even mandatory according to RFC 5321 section 4.5.1. For Exchange 2010 you will have to use the Set-TransportConfig cmdlet: Set-TransportConfig -ExternalPostmasterAddress <ExternalPostmasterSMTPAddress> For ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on March 14, 2011
  • Can you easily restrict or accept messages to a Distribution Group?

    Today’s question of the day is whether you can restrict users mailing to a specific Distribution Group in Exchange? Yes, you can. You can add users but also Distribution Groups to the list of who the Distribution List will accept messages from. The messages of members of the Distribution will then be accepted. A (mail enabled) Security Group is ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on December 16, 2010
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