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by:Jim Horn
Vivacious verbs?  So are we selling real estate now at the expense of technical content?
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by:Experts Exchange
Of course not, just sharing overall tips in this article.
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Happy Snapshot Friday!

We found a snapshot on our Exchange Server this morning!

WARNING & REMINDER to ALL VMware Admins, Make Sure you regularly check your Virtual Machines for Evil Snapshots, after Backup Processes, which will cause performance issues, and make cause virtual machine outage if the datastore gets full, and VM will stop!

Don't know how to check for snapshots, which may be hidden check out my EE Article

HOW TO: VMware Snapshots :- Be Patient

If you are struggling don't forget to Post me a Question in the VMware Topic Area!
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July 2017 - Course of the Month at Experts Exchange

I almost didn't sign up for this months "course of the month" because at first glance, the title
"HTML5 Specialist - Certification" made it look like the content was sure to be way over my head.  Not so!  

I decided to take a look at it anyway and am now glad I did.  I'm a beginner to any sort of coding and having just completed the first 9 lessons of the course, can confidently say that I understood everything that was covered completely. The course is designed to be understood by total beginners to html coding.

If you were initially hesitant to enroll in this months course for the same reason I was, and you are interested in learning a little about coding in the HTML5 language, I highly encourage you to enroll in this course.

The instructors explanations are great and (so far in the first 9 lessons) also highly enjoyable. If it stays as easy to follow as this for the remainder of the course, I may even try to get the certification badge :)

Just thought I'd share my experience so far, as a heads up to others.

Cheers...
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by:Kyle Santos
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i have never seen an worse program the Microsoft outlook. Initially I thought it's only me, but since I am following question on the exchange and see how many IT pro have issues with outlook I know outlook is nightmare for anyone who use it in a office environment.  until google will not come out with a email client I don't believe there will be any big improvement. Microsoft does not get scared from any competition other then google and need to say in every product google competed with Microsoft we have seen major improvements or rather say recreation. Is it on google agenda? why not? thy have a office product so why not email client?
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by:Lee W, MVP
Now you know what google says:
Google search
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by:Dustin Saunders
Honestly, Abaraham, I'm not disputing you that Outlook is a big search topic.  But like has been said, it's the industry dominator, so since EVERYONE uses it doesn't make sense that there are a lot of questions?

Data-wise, how many of those questions are how-to or user correction?  Or ended up being 'Did you disable this add-in and it started working again?'

I get your point, and I think it's fair really, but since it's such a widely used program it makes sense there are occasional bugs and that they get posted.  But whether a program is good or not can be widely opinion based, people are entitled not to like it for any reason they choose.  I think the nice thing about a site like EE is that we can help people work with their issues and enable them to use the tool that is industry standard.
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cannot send mail: the message was rejected by the server.  User sent by Iphone using Exchange 2010.
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by:Brian B
Probably better if you submit this as a question.
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by:Lucas Bishop
Here's the question submission form:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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by:11thhour
That all sounds good, especially the article and video part. I am just excited I can leave it landscape and not have to turn it just to read EE.
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by:Gustav Brock
Wonderful. If only it was for Windows Phone - or at least Windows 10/Mobile.

/gustav
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hello everyone, Happy to share my 2nd article published on Expert Exchange, there I am sharing a Powershell Tip on converting StringData into a Hash Table using "ConvertFrom-StringData" Powershell CMD, your Feedback, and Suggestions are welcome, please give me your endorsement to help me level up.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/29939/Powershell-Tips-Convert-String-Data-into-a-hash-table-ConvertFrom-StringData.html
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by:Justin Carey
Have you created a course?
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by:Sunil Chauhan
not yet Justin.
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Hi , i need a help ! I want to add new icon in app launcher , exchange outlook 2016 . ===>>> OwaExchange.jpgThenk You.
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by:Rob Henson
You will probably get better results if you submit this as a question rather than a post.
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Happy to share my first article published on Expert Exchange.
guys, please check it out and if you like it please give your endorsement to the article, so that I get more point for my level up :)

This article talks about exporting Office 365 Mailbox to PST using the new EOP portal.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/30379/Exporting-Emails-to-PST-from-Office-365-Mailbox.html
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by:Sunil Chauhan
that's rights, PSTs are hated by E-Discovery team, as they can not be searched through, but there are times when you need to export the data to PST from Office 365, like: migrate the mailbox to another office 365 tenant, or on a client request, some time compliance team may request to export data from users mailbox etc.
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by:Brian Matis
Makes sense. Thanks!
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We have hybrid infrastructure and we are maintaining some of users in o365 and others in Exchange server.
Our issue is o365 user can receive mails but exchage server users could't receive mails.
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by:☠MAS☠
Please post a question you will have a better result.
https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp

Thanks
MAS
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by:Mahesh
ensure that your domain is set to internal relay in O365 and you have created O365 to on premise relay connector under O365 mail flow config
Then only you can receive emails on premise from O365
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Why PSTs Are Bad
Lately I have run across a few situations where a user was recommended to use a PST file with Outlook to help manage the size of their mailbox. Here's a link that talks about why this could be a bad idea.
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10-things/10-reasons-to-avoid-using-pst-files/

Best solution of course is actually to spend time managing emails and get rid of unneeded items. If a person is using Exchange, they also should find out if an archive has been set up.
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by:Brian B
Rather than repeat what is already out there, for more information on managing Outlook, I suggest this very well written article by Expert John Hurst: https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/29735/Outlook-for-dependable-use-in-a-very-small-business.html
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HI All, We have Exchage Server 2013 in our Company.We want to restrict our group in our Server for external users.We can restrict the external users from distribution group property but challenge is we are using Rackspace also as our email server and we have email contact creates for this rs users in our exchange Server.If we restrict external users then RS users also not be able to send emails to our exchange groups.Please suggest how to restricting all external users except RS users of our domain

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by:Lucas Bishop
I'd recommend submitting this as a Question here:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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Lesson learned this weekend: when doing a cut-over migration to Office 365 Exchange online, make sure you don't have existing users in Office 365,   Migration will refuse to provision the users as duplicates (seems like a bug to me).
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by:Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)
hum, still getting all comments.

We'll make this a long one

by spacing out some lines

and so forth.

and talking a lot about nothing.

just some hot air

can't wait for the balloon fest
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by:Brian Matis
Ha! Nice experimenting :-)
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Exchange

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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.