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Is your iPhone or Samsung device having trouble connecting to your Microsoft Exchange Server? The purpose of this article is to provide as many crowd sourced solutions found on Experts Exchange.
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Hi Vinay,

That is a good question.  I have submit this question for you to our experts to see if they can help you resolve this problem.
https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29095249/E-mails-stopped-coming-through-on-my-phone.html

Thank you for reading!
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Check that active sync is still on on the server.  All,  or almost all, smart phones will at least attempt to use activesync first when connecting to an exchange server.
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New-MailboxSearch Powershell Command and step by step approach to Search and Extract Emails form Exchange 2013 Journaling server.
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using Exchange 2013, what's the difference between Search-Mailbox and New-MailboxSearch ?
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Learn why social media in email signatures is an important part of this often-overlooked marketing tool.
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Very well written, voting Yes.

btw How are you tracking where the views come from?  Is there ability to 'embed' specific ID's in the email links, such that an inbound marketing company like Hubspot has the ability to track views by specific user's email?

Jim
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You can add UTM parameters to all of your links to track where the views come from in Google Analytics.  Here's a good article from Kissmetics on the topic https://blog.kissmetrics.com/how-to-use-utm-parameters/
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Learn more about how the humble email signature can be used as more than just an electronic business card. When used correctly, a signature can easily be tailored for different purposes by different departments within an organization.
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Domain split
Previously I had a customer who was preparing to be split into two separate businesses. The disruption to the IT infrastructure was going to be huge, and the timeline to complete the work was tight - very tight. With the help of EE I managed to find a way to do this quickly and cleanly.
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by:Luciano Patrão
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Good article!
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Nice case study you've written here, and well illustrated.  Voting Yes.
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Exchange server application Event id showing error code 1025 SMTP rejected a (P1) mail from 'HealthMailbox...@domain.local'with 'Client Proxy EXCHDAGActive'. The Active Directory lookup for the sender address returned validation errors.
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Are you one of those front-line IT Service Desk staff fielding calls, replying to emails, all-the-while working to resolve end-user technological nightmares? I am! That's why I have put together this brief overview of tools and techniques I use in order to make my day a little more efficient.
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There was an incident about the POP3 issue for the double read receipts and delivery receipts in Exchange 2013.  There was huge research been done and found solution for the duplicate mails. Especially when the user gets  duplicate mails.
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Thanks EricPete
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Outlook 2016 for Mac is the newest version of Microsoft's venerable email client.  I took a look at it to see how it stacked up against both the PC version and the previous Mac version (2011) with an eye to a few key features that are in demand by my clients.
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I recently purchased my first iMac and installed Office 2016. Apart from some minor setup and sync issues, it works perfectly in OSX, and has a much nicer look and feel than the Windows version.
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Outlook OST Files
The article gives a brief summary of the issues generated due to oversize problem of OST file. In addition, the probable solutions, which enable to solve the issue, have also been discussed.
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Our service desk has a batch file to run on users that are having OST or Outlook issues. It deletes the following files and folders from "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook": *.OST, *.TMP, *.OBI, *.INF, *.XML, "Offline Address Books", and "RoamCache". Do not use on a user unless they are in the office or on a fast connection since OST rebuilds can be a slow.


@ECHO OFF
TASKKILL /F /IM "outlook.exe"
TASKKILL /F /IM "communicator.exe"
TASKKILL /F /IM "UcMapi.exe"
Timeout /T 5 /NOBREAK

attrib -H "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*.*"

del "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*.ost" /q /f
del "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\*.ost" /q /f

del "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*.tmp" /q /f
del "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\*.tmp" /q /f

del "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*.obi" /q /f
del "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\*.obi" /q /f

del "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*.inf" /q /f
del "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\*.inf" /q /f

del "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*.xml" /q /f
del "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\*.xml" /q /f

rd /s /q "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Offline Address Books"
rd /s /q "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\Offline Address Books"

rd /s /q "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\RoamCache"
rd /s /q "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\RoamCache"

EXIT
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You can resolve oversize OST file issue by using following methods:

  •    Delete the unwanted mailbox items
  •    Empty the Deleted Items folder
  •    Compact the ost file

Refer this article for more information: http://recover-email.blogspot.com/2014/04/how-to-tackle-oversized-ost-file-issues.html
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Microsoft Exchange server offers a trustworthy and simple to use messaging platform. Sometimes, issue ascends which hampers the working on it. This post illustrates the reasons for the occurrence of the issues at hand, which will help in preventing them in future with the right measures implemented.
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Thank you Amaira.

Looking forward for the next article that you published.
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The latest version of Microsoft Exchange Server is the 2016, which has been announced for some time now. Although there are as many features as could be remembered by one, but we have discussed some of the highlighting ones only in the following segment.
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thanks for sharing.
Let us know the next article mate.
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Exchange Server 2016
Microsoft has announced the release of the successor of Exchange 2013 i.e., Exchange Server 2016, a new member of the Exchange family. At the Ignite Fest held in Chicago, Microsoft has introduced the Exchange Server 2016 & illustrated some of its awesome qualities. A preview version is now available for download but the final release is planning to ship in the second half or later this year. You can install the preview version to get hands-on experience of the newest member.

Basically, the  newest Exchange Server 2016 is something different because of its discovery in the cloud. There are lots of key improvements  that can be explored by trying out the Preview Release. Let’s check out some of the changes driven in Exchange 2016 at a high scale. From this release, Microsoft has brought up innovation from their datacenters to the general crowds.

Advanced Architectures

The Architecture of the Exchange Server 2016 is an advancement of the architecture which was delivered in Exchange 2013. The best Architecture has been deployed in the Exchange 2016. Most important changes to look at is, CAS Roles & Mailbox Server Roles have been combined that will offer an advanced building block to build up an Exchange environments.

Enhanced Reliability

Exchange 2016 is made with improved reliability so that you can …
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Nearly six years ago I was hired by a company to be their senior server engineer. One of my first projects was to implement Exchange Server 2007 on a Windows Server 2008 Single Copy Cluster for high availability. That was the easy part; read on to learn how life progressed through the years.
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Many thanks for sharing the story here.

So with the new Exchange Server 2013, are you going to use DAG with lagged copy or just 2 nodes DAG only ?

In my previous company I was using 2 Nodes stretched CCR cluster across two different VLAN/Subnets geographical locations. It wasn't ideal since the AD sites is also different, hecne in the DR I must change the Mailbox Server AD sites membership to match the HUB/CAS server to be able to send email after the failover.

Microsoft Suggest 2 node CCR cluster  within the same AD site and then one more node to become SCR (standby) in the other AD site.
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I am still evaluating our options with Exchange 2013 being drastically different than Exchange 2007.

The project is being significantly delayed by the existence of legacy messaging systems (like Exchange 2003) and the probability of a Windows Domain name change. [Which isn't exactly supported]

May the adventures continue.  :^)
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Microsoft has released various new features which are capable of handling various tasks. One of these tasks is ‘Migration from pop3 to Exchange Server’. Pop3 data stores various data along mailboxes like contacts, tasks, etc. So, it becomes the need of the users to migrate pop emails to Exchange.

Why Migration
 
  • Due to some database errors, troubleshooting problem occurs with existing mailboxes.
  • Also,  managing database becomes so hard.
So, this blog will provide you instructions on how to migrate mailboxes from pop3 to Exchange. This procedure may be summarized in very few simple steps. The Steps include:

1. Creating a Mailbox in the Exchange Database,
2. Import your .PST file in that folder using a mailbox import command in Exchange,
3. Configure it with Outlook.

In this blog we are going through the entire migration process. First of all, we’ll start with creating a new folder in Exchange database.

1. Creating Mailbox in Exchange Database

As we know that the .pst files are used for pop3 account or can say pop3 uses .pst file extension. This .pst (personal storage table) files stores all your messages & other items & is being kept on computer only. So when you want to migrate pop3 to exchange, you need to import this .PST file to Exchange. But, this is not possible directly; for this you have to create a Mailbox in Exchange Database. Thereafter, you can easily transport .pst file to Exchange.

2. Importing .PST file to Exchange
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This article describes Top 9 Exchange troubleshooting utilities that every Exchange Administrator should know. Most of the utilities are available free of cost. List of tools that I am going to explain in this article are:

 

  • Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer
  • Microsoft Exchange PST Capture
  • Paul Cunningham’s Script - Test-ExchangeServerHealth
  • Exchange Environment Report Tool by Steve Goodman
  • ExFolders
  • SMTP logging
  • Exchange Health Monitor developed by ManageEngine
  • Microsoft Exchange Server Jetstress
  • Exchange Thumbnail Photo Manager


Let's discuss all the tools mentioned above in detail:

 Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer

Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA) is a web based tool developed by Microsoft for the purpose of troubleshooting the connectivity related issues. Administrator can easily locate root cause of the connectivity problem by running the Remote Connectivity Analyzer. After the completion of test the tool suggests some tips with which you can easily troubleshoot the issue. To Run test open the Microsoft’s site (https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/) and follow the steps mentioned by them.


Microsoft Exchange PST Capture

New version of Microsoft Exchange PST Capture tool is getting popular because of its salient features. Nobody knows where all the PST files reside on the network. This tool helps administrator to search PST files on client’s computers across the network. Once it gets all the PST files, it integrates them to a central location. Then all these PST files are imported to primary mailboxes or in-place archives of On-premises Exchange environment or Office 365. PST Capture Console is to be installed to search PST files on systems with PST Capture Agent. This new version supports for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 & allows access to remote Exchange environment using RPC over HTTP (Outlook Anywhere). http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36789

 

Paul Cunningham’s Script - Test-ExchangeServerHealth

Paul Cunningham is a MVP for Microsoft Exchange Server and has created a useful script to test the Exchange Server for errors and other problems. The Script generates the output in HTML format which can be scheduled to you automatically. The Script can be only used with Exchange Server 2010. You can also customize the script regarding the specific issue. The script is freely available at the Paul Cunningham’s blog. For further details check his blog: http://exchangeserverpro.com/powershell-script-health-check-report-exchange-2010/


Exchange Environment Report Tool by Steve Goodman

Steve Goodman is another MVP for Exchange and has created a useful PowerShell script. By using the script Exchange administrator can easily analyze Exchange Environment. This script generates output in HTML file. The aim of the script is to generate a report containing the complete overview of the Exchange Environment and DAGs. For further details check: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Generate-Exchange-2388e7c9


ExFolders Tool developed by Microsoft

ExFolders is one of the very useful tool developed by Microsoft. This tool was previously called as PFDAVAdmin. The tool is mostly used for the better management of Exchange Public Folders. It provides an option to set permissions for the users and also help out to fetch missing or deleted data from Public Folder. For further details check: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Exchange-2010-SP1-ExFolders-e6bfd405


SMTP Logging

SMTP Logging is basically a troubleshooter for problems in sending or receiving email messages. Whenever someone encounter these types of problems, they should enable SMTP logging. SMTP Logging lets Exchange to print the transaction in a log when email is processed without error. One can check and open the log file. Status code showing 250 means its right. For more information: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997624.aspx


Exchange Health Monitor developed by ManageEngine

Microsoft provides a tool ManageEngine Free Exchange Health Monitor that monitors the performance of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003. This tool helps an administrator to monitor various parameters like to view Server details like CPU, Disk, and Memory utilization of the host server. Monitor various transport queue like active/retry mailbox, Check mailbox details like message sent per second, active user per second, View RPC details like RPC request, RPC failed, View POP/IMAP current connection, Monitor Client access server details like OWA per Average response/search time. There are a ton of free scripts and built-in scripts that can be set to scheduled tasks for monitoring DAG, database and mailbox health that can then be emailed to you daily. To know more: http://www.manageengine.com/products/exchange-health-monitor/free-exchange-health-monitor-index.html


Microsoft Exchange Server Jetstress

Jetstress is used to be sure that the input and output component of Exchange System are capable enough to take real load and are ready for the production use. You have the option to set user's profile & account which your deployment represents & thereafter jetstress will stimulate both the log files & database so that you make sure that you will have the perfect horsepower & the headgroom for growing up. To know more: http://www.stevieg.org/2011/06/exchange-environment-report/


Exchange Thumbnail Photo Manager

In Exchange 2010 there is a feature to import the thumbnail photos into Active Directory. The imported photos can be displayed in Emails of Outlook. Import-RecipientDataProperty command of PowerShell is used for the management of thumbnail photos. For Further Details Check: http://www.mikepfeiffer.net/2010/05/manage-exchange-2010-thumbnail-photos-with-a-powershell-based-gui/

 
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Thanks for useful article
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This is really useful information, thanks for sharing it.
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Delete Emails from Server
User Beware!  This is a rather permanent solution to removing your email from an exchange server.  The only way to truly go back is to have your exchange administrator restore your mailbox from backups.  This is usually the option of last resort.  At least at my institution, one has to show a business need for such an action.  So proceed with caution, and remember if this is an attempt to keep the email you have received so far private, it won't work.  Backups are there for a reason.  An email you receive going forward would not be stored on the exchange server, so would not be accessible as easily.  But anything going through your work network is available to your bosses in some shape or form.

So first, the easiest way to do this is with outlook.  This example will use Outlook 2010 on a windows 7 Pro 64bit computer connected to an Exchange 2010 installation.  One of the only reasons I am writing this is because in the past week I have either had several requests or seen several questions here on Experts Exchange asking for just this information.  

I made a quick silent video of the process here.  the video repeats what is listed below, with some emphasis of what to do when.  It comes down to the following:
  1. Start outlook
  2. When you see the main Outlook window, click on the file menu
  3. After clicking on the File menu you should see the following screen:file-menu.PNG
  4. Click on Account settings and in the drop down click Account Settings again and this screen should pop up:data-files-settings.PNG
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This article describes the troubleshoot steps performed for error "Unable to access the Federation Metadata from the Microsoft Federation Gateway. "Unable to connect to the remote server" that occur in a hybrid deployment of on-premises Microsoft Exchange Server and of Microsoft Exchange Online in Office 365.

Problem: Set up Exchange Hybrid - Unable to access the Federation Metadata from the Microsoft Federation Gateway. "Unable to connect to the remote server"

Issue: Running Exchange 2010 Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) fails with the following error:

New-FederationTrust : Failed to retrieve Federation Metadata from the Microsoft Federation Gateway. This operation will be retried in a few seconds. Last error: System.Net.WebException: Unable to connect to the  remote server
 
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Troubleshooting steps:
 
  1. Observed IE was not working.
  2. Opened https://nexus.microsoftonline-p.com/FederationMetadata/2006-12/FederationMetadata.xml from firefox browser which was working fine.
  3. Able to resolve the domain name (nexus.microsoftonline-p.com, login.microsoftonline.com, ppsanamespace.service.microsoftonline-p.net) using nslookup from server.
  4. Did search on google and found this article https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/70baa989-87c2-4d3e-990a-0ff37a05c746/newfederationtrust-not-connecting
  5. Based on the article above and comments by Steve Goodman used telnet.
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Great article.  However i still cannot get this working...
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Automapping, a wonderful feature with Exchange 2010 (SP2 onwards I believe), allows additional/Shared mailboxes that a user has access to be automatically mapped on Outlook client, simplifying the process by adding them while Outlook launches.

However, this may not be an advantage all the time especially if a user has full access permissions to many other mailboxes. All of those additional mailboxes will need to be mapped and opened when Outlook is opened. It will definitely take time to load all the mailboxes and hence will cause performance issues.

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There are other problems too. I’ll discuss one issue I personally faced: A user having access to multiple mailboxes.
  • Outlook looks to be in connected state, but the folders are not updated.
  • Send will work, but receive will not.
  • On restart, Outlook tries to sync initially, but stops syncing in the very next minute, as there are limitations on the number of objects that can be loaded.
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You’ll see the event 9646 filling whole event log on the mailbox server hosting the user's mailbox.

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4--9646-error-in-detail.pngYou may increase the MapiSession limits to have this suppressed, but at the cost of Exchange's and the Outlook client’s performance.
Reference - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996193(v=exchg.80).aspx
 
Create the key MaxObjsPerMapiSession and DWORDS objtFolder and objtFolderView with a decimal value greater than the default value (500), say 1000. No service/Server restart required.
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The biggest nightmare for any Exchange Server Administrator is to keep the server running without any issue. But the problems often come and they need to be resolved efficiently and timely. Here are important troubleshooting points:

Define the Problem & its Scope


In order to begin troubleshooting in Exchange Server, you need to understand what the problem really is. This will require gathering information by asking questions from end users. After collecting information, the next thing is to find out the scope (how many clients have been affected, what are the common characteristics etc.

Understanding Error Code 


Most of when something goes wrong with the Server it returns some error code. There are built-in tools that make Microsoft Exchange truly powerful. Based on which Admin/User can have some idea about the problem. 
Check out Different Exchange Error Codes and their Solution: http://www.pcvita.com/blog/category/exchange-server
Here is the list of tools available on Exchange Server: 

Use of Tools in Exchange Server for Troubleshooting



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(1) Event Viewer
The Event Viewer stores detailed information about the recent system state and application errors. Using the event logs in Event Viewer one can obtain information about system hardware, software, and problems. In the Event Viewer, both application log and system log contain errors, informational events and warnings that can be used in the process of troubleshooting.
Read More about Event Viewer:
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We receive many questions about how to disable the Exchange ActiveSync feature by default so that once an email account is created, the ActiveSync feature is disabled by default for that account, and since this is not configurable neither by Exchange server settings nor by any script, I will share with you the best practice to work around this issue.

We will do the below configuration:
 
  1. Configure on the Exchange server a policy named DisableMobileAccess to allow a maximum of zero mobile devices to connect through ActiveSync or through OWA for devices per user, and apply it on the organization level. Thus, when we create a user with a mailbox, even if the ActiveSync is enabled for it by default, the user will not be able to connect via ActiveSync since the allowed number of devices for him is zero by default! (He will not be able to connect through OWA for Devices feature either.)
     
  2. Configure on the Exchange server a policy named EnableMobileAccess to allow a maximum of a specified number of mobile devices to connect through ActiveSync per user, and apply it on the users level, so for each user we want to grant him an ActiveSync access, we will add his account to that policy, in my example, the specified number will be 50 which is the default number in the default policy settings on the Exchange Server 2013.

To Create the DisableMobileAccess policy, log on to your Exchange Server 2013, open the Exchange …
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Great, thank you
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MS outlook is a premier email client that enable you to send and receive the e-mails with various file formats of attachments such as document files, media file, and many others formats. There is some scenario occurs when a receiver of an e-mail message encounters an error at the time of opening  or saving an email attachment in outlook. Microsoft outlook pops up an error that is  “Cannot create file: file name. Right-click the folder you want to create the file in and click Properties on the shortcut menu to check your permissions for the folder”.

You know that you are fully authorized to access this attachment as you have previously opened such attachment from the concerned sender. So what was the reason of this error? Here we will discuss the possible reasons and provide methods to resolve this error.

First of all you should know how the entire process is working behind the opening of outlook email attachment file.  A temporary copy of an attachment is created when you open email attachment of outlook and stored in secure folder “Outlook Secure Temp Folder” on your computer. This folder is a hidden folder you cannot browse it in window explorer until you know the correct path to it.

Outlook secure temp folder stores a temporary copy of email attachment that has been deleted when you close outlook. But if you close outlook without closing the opened attachment then the copy of attachment will not be deleted from secure temp folder. This copy will remain in
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Microsoft Outlook provides an easy way to recover permanently deleted items. When you empty the Deleted Items or simply deleted an Outlook data items using shift+Del key then it can be recovered using Registry Key settings. 
Caution- Wrong Registry modification should be a serious problem. So, it is highly recommended to backup Registry settings and then make any changes.
Note: The trick will work under the following circumstances only if the Outlook is configured with Exchange Server and the Retention time to keep up the Outlook items should not be lapsed.

Steps to Recover Deleted items from Outlook


Step 1: Check Recover Deleted Items highlighted or not from the Tools Menu.


Screenshot-2.jpgIn case you can recover the deleted items from tool menu then the task is very much easy. But most of the time the 'Recover Deleted Items' button is disabled (or grayed out). So, proceed to Step 2

Step 2: Open Registry Editor using (Start>>Run>>Regedit)


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Step 3: Navigate to the following Registry Key 



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Open in new window

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Step 4: Now create a New DWORD value


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Step 5: Enter the name of Newly created DWORD value as “DumpsterAlwaysOn” and set as Dword value data 1 and click on the OK Button.


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Step 6: Now close the Registry Editor and Again navigate to Tools>> Recover Deleted Items. [This time it is highlighted and clickable) 


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Step 7: Now you can easily recover deleted items from Outlook client.


Conclusion

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Very informative. I've used it once but I'm not sure of one detail. Does this method include the recovery of all deleted items such as Contacts, calendar and tasks or just emails?
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Outlook PST file repair tool to repair corrupt pst file and save them in to new pst file http://corruptpstrepairtool.blogspot.in/

Tool Features:

Repair corrupt pst files
Scan pst file
Outlook email recovery tool to recover outlook lost emails
Support outlook latest version like 2013
Save recovered pst to offie 365, gmail, hotmail etc
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MS Outlook is a leading desktop email client that not only used for sending and receiving emails but also for managing other useful information. With the help of Outlook, you can maintain your address book, store information about your contacts, and keep track of your meetings and appointments.  

MS Outlook has been used in many organizations to store information about their employees to have immediate contact with them. This contact information is stored in the address book. Contacts in MS Outlook can be considered as a business card. MS Outlook uses these contact information for sending email, faxes, placing phone calls, arranging meetings etc.  Sometimes a need arises to share this contacts information with other program or applications like Gmail, mobile phone application etc. At this time, you have to export these contact information into vCard format because this format is acceptable by most of the application, programs or devices.


MS Outlook has the capability to export contacts into a vCard format.  Steps to export MS Outlook 2010 contacts into vCard format are shown below: 


Step 1: open MS Outlook and Select contacts folder from the navigation pane.

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Step 2: Select the contact that you want to export as vCard.

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Step 3: Click file tab and choose save as option.

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Step 4: Navigate to the folder where you want to save the vCard file. Choose the file type as vCard and click save

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Step 5: 
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I agree Paul, just to add to your topic, so it might help someone. :)
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I have checked, there is no option to export all contacts list from MS Outlook to vCard file format at a time. You need to use the external solution. You can try this: http://www.vcard-exporter.filefixutility.com/
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Exchange is the server side of a collaborative application product that is part of the Microsoft Server infrastructure. Exchange's major features include email, calendaring, contacts and tasks, support for mobile and web-based access to information, and support for data storage.

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