O-Xchange Notes from the Field!

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

customer can't find emails moved at the root level-IPM tree

Customer did a search and able to find it in ipm_subtree folder. Customer had moved messages to the root of the mailbox(ipm tree). To find these messages:
You can find these messages by doing a “find” at the root level.
Right-click mailbox-username in the left pane and chose “Advanced Find” and then the “advanced” tab
Chose the “field” dropdown and select “all mail fields” and then “in folder”
Make the value “IPM_SUBTREE” and click “find now”

Monday, December 28, 2009

Set maximum number of days in resource calendar to 365days

To do this, You will need to open the resource mailbox via owa 2007
Note:To use this features, you must be granted FULL ACCESS to another user's mailbox or resource mailbox that you want
to open
To open the resource mailbox:
1. Please login to OWA
2. Click on your name in the upper right corner of the window:
3. In the “Open Other Mailbox” dialog box, please enter the name or email address of the mailbox that you want to open:
4. If more than one matching entry is found, Outlook Web Access will list them all.
5. Choose the mailbox to open. The mailbox will open in a new window.
6. Click on Options on the upper right hand corner next to the mailbox name
7. Click on resource settings on the left
8. On the right, type 365 for the maximum number of days:
9. Click on Save
10. You 're done
If the mailbox doesn’t open and you get the following error message instead:
"You do not have permission to open this mailbox. Contact technical support for your organization for access or for more information.",
then you need to make sure that you were granted FULL ACCESS to that mailbox.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

How to determine organization name in Exchange 2007

To find exchange organization name in Exchange 2007, use powershell and type this:

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Gain System Level Access in Windows XP

To gain system level access in Windows XP, read this article
you will need system level access to be able to clear domain cached credentials. These are stored as hashes in the local systems registry
after gaining system level access, delete NL$1 through NL$10

Clear Domain cached credentials in Windows XP

To  clear domain cached credentials in Windows XP, do either of the following:
A. use rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr
B. Start>Run>control userpasswords2>Advanced>Manage Passwords.