The limitations of a shared mailbox are quite anoying and sometimes you want to convert the mailbox to a normal mailbox. It’s quite simple exactly. Follow these three steps:
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About Michael Lammers
Is an experienced IT specialist in the area of migration, implementation and re-design of and upgrading networks. Has in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Server, Terminal Services, Exchange, Citrix, DNS, Active Directory and VPN connections. Also has wide experience with the complete design of servers, including operating systems, middleware and applications. And of course, experience with managing databases such as MS SQL and designing virtual environments with VMware/ESX.
Ambitious, hands-on, enthusiastic, responsible, cheerful
Anything and everything to do with cars, hi-fi and aquaria
Senior Systems Engineer
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Recently I had to deal with a Microsoft Outlook 2010 Outbox problem. The e-mail I send as another person was stuck in the outbox and I could wait forever before the email was send. The company had Microsoft Exchange 2010 running.
A few days back I had a minor issue with my VMware host. I wasn’t onsite to get behind the ESX host. There was also not a management network card installed like ILO or any other IP management tool. So my only applications where the vSphere client and Putty SSH Client. I am a GUI […]
If you run a Microsoft Exchange 2013 environment you may have noticed that the disk space will fill up with logging data. Microsoft told us that this is by design. But what if you don’t want to enable all this logging? It also cost you performance… right? This is what I did to disable the […]
If you are using RES Workspace Manager 2012 and you download for a PDF file from the internet and you choose to save the file, the. (dot) will be replaced by a _(underscore). See the following screenshot:
When employees from your organization reports that the address book from Office Communicator is not synchronized after they log on to the application, then you can follow the instructions in the blog to resolve this issue. Each day at 1:30 AM the Office Communication Server synchronize the address book. (Default configuration). If there goes something […]