[Exchange Tutorial] How to create mail enabled contact?

Contact  is ideal when you want user to communicate with non-Microsoft mail system and external SMTP addresses. It is know as recipient in older exchange environment,  now in Exchange 2003, contacts are created in Active Directory and viewed in the Global Catalog in the same manner as a mail-enabled user object. Each contact can be assigned an SMTP address in […]

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Exchange recipients limit

In fact, this information is easily available on technet, but sometimes it is useful to organize and put them in one place. Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007  recipients limit There is an important change compared to Exchange 2003 – Distribution group are treated as one recipient. We can restrict recipients limit at the following levels: Organization Transport server Receive Connector […]

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How to Configure Mailbox Forwarding in Exchange Server 2007

Exchange Server 2007 allows administrators to control the configuration of mailbox forwarding. This is useful in many different scenarios, such as when a staff member leaves the company and you need to forward any ongoing email to a different user. It is also handy when you want to have different named mailboxes in the Global Address List for different purposes […]

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