Category Archives: Exchange Mail Server

Google Tool Moves Microsoft Outlook Data to Google Apps

Google May 26 released Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook to help Outlook workers shuttle their e-mail, calendar and contact data from Outlook profiles, PST files and Exchange accounts to Google Apps. The offering is just the latest blow between … Read more

Exchange 2007 Server Roles

With the recently released Beta 2 of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 (formerly code-named “Exchange 12”), you will be able to install Exchange 2007 and experience the newly re-engineered technologies, features, and services that have been added into the Microsoft Exchange … Read more

Exchange 2003 Server Roles

The Windows Server 2003 Security Guide recommends an organizational unit structure that allows you to easily adopt the security templates supplied with that guide. Because Exchange 2003 is a directory-enabled application, the Windows Server 2003 organizational unit structure can be … Read more

Exchange 2003 Recipient Update Service (RUS)

Exchange uses the Recipient Update Service primarily to generate and update default and customized address lists, and to process changes made to recipient policies. This service makes sure that when new recipient policies or address lists are created, their content … Read more

How do I install Exchange Management Console 2007?

First, you need to determine if your client machine that you will be using to connect to Exchange 2007 server is 32-bit or 64-bit.

To download the 32-bit tool, you can go here —

Then go through the normal … Read more

Removing old default email address in Exchange 2007 OWA (IE)

If anyone wants to remove an old email address that is being used as the default address for a recipient in OWA, the best way would be to go to IE > Internet Options > Content > AutoComplete Setting > … Read more

Outlook 2007 Mail Client Cannot Send Mails (SMTP) with Exchange 2007

I have a user who is connecting from outside the office and he can receive email but not send email.

Most people these days are switching to Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP), Outlook Web Access, or Exchange ActiveSync because they Read more

Using Postini for Inbound Filtering of Your Inbound Mail Only

MX records #1-4 is postini and we had MX #5 as our Exchange 2007 mail server.  MX records only control inbound email.  Outbound email will use A host records and PTR records so removing MX #5 will not cause any … Read more