When you use certificate authentication you have to set the uploadReadAheadSize in the IIS metabase to your max email size, the default is 48KB so nearly any attachment cannot be sent/forwarded.
With the following command you can change the value (in this case 10MB):
C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe set config -section:system.webServer/serverRuntime /uploadReadAheadSize:"10485760" /commit:apphost
C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe set config “Default Web Site” -section:system.webServer/serverRuntime /uploadReadAheadSize:”10485760″ /commit:apphost
After this restart the IISAdmin service to affect the change.
Grant Full Control Permissions for the Administrators, System Account and Backup Operators Group to the following registry key on the remote machine.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec\Backup Exec For Windows
Launch the Backup Exec Remote Agent Utility and click on the Publishing Tab. If the same error appears, uninstall the Remote Agent, reboot, and reinstall the latest or same version of the remote agent that is installed on the media server.
For remote domains (Organization Configuration – Hub Transport) there are options for blocking delivery reports and non-delivery reports to remote domains.
The option for blocking delivery reports does ONLY affect read receipts.There’s also no option for disabling relay notifications “Delivery to these recipients or distribution lists is complete, but delivery notification was not sent by the destination:” (*)
However, these settings are only for remote domains. And there’s no option to disable delivery receipts and read receipts originating from the internet or sent internally. Continue reading…
In Outlook Mac 2011 there is no way to control the behaviour of read receipts from the client. Supposedly read receipts can be managed at the server level by logging into OWA and selection your preferred option. Normally from OWA>options>messaging>tracking.
Are you having a problem where your iPad keeps asking you for a password? If you haven’t set up a passcode for your iPad but it keeps asking you for the iTunes password or sometimes exchange or any other email account password. This issue commonly occurs after an app download or update was interrupted, keeping the iPad from fully downloading the latest version of the app, and it is usually easy to solve. Continue reading…
Exchange Server 2013 comes with a number of new features as well as improvements on existing features that are already familiar to those who have worked with Exchange Server 2010.
Here are a few of the highlights:
Reduction in server roles to just two; Client Access server and Mailbox server
New streamlined Outlook 2013 and Outlook Web App user interfaces, and offline access for OWA
No more Exchange Management Console, all administration is now performed using the new web-based Exchange Administration Center and the Exchange Management Shell (using PowerShell 3.0)
Improvements to high availability features and manageability
Public folders are now stored in mailbox databases and can take advantage of Database Availability Groups for replication and high availability
Data loss prevention capabilities that can be integrated into Transport Rules
These are special resource records for mail routing. An MX (Mail eXchanger) record specifies a domain name and an associated computer, the “mail exchange”, which is able to deliver e-mail to an e-mail address with this domain name.
A Sample MX record that you can register with 1&1 looks like this:
Domain Name MX1: mail.domain.com Priority: 10 IP Address 192.168.1.1
Domain Name MX2: backup.domain.com Priority: 20 IP Address 192.168.1.2
Domain Name MX1: mail.otherdomain.com Priority: 30 IP Address 220.127.116.11 Continue reading…