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4 Different Types of Objects in Exchange Server (Part I)

In this article, we are going to look into the different types of Exchange server object. This will be helpful to manage it on a daily basis. Introduction: We will be discussing about the different types of Object in Exchange Systems. As you know that Exchange Server is basically used to send emails. Apart from that there are other useful options such as Public Folders, Free/Busy, Calendar & Scheduling. To access all these features, there are different direct and In-direct objects and...

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2 Quick Methods to Forward Outlook Emails without “FW” Prefix in Subject

When you forward emails in Outlook, “FW” will be added to the subject by default. If you dislike it, you can apply the following 2 approaches to disable “FW” prefix in subject. As a rule, when we forward emails, the characters “FW:” will be inserted at the beginning of the email subject line. However, at times, for some reasons, we may hope to just forward the emails without “FW”. Of course, we’re able to remove it manually in the forwarding messages. But it’s a bit...

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What are Transport Dumpster and SafetyNet in Exchange Server?

In this article, we are going to look what is meant by transport dumpster and safetynet in Exchange server and its feature. Introduction: Transport Dumpster and Shadow Redundancy together forms the Transport High Availability. Transport Dumpster is a feature to protect emails that are in transit. We have multiple options to protect and backup messages that have reached the database, but when the email is in transit if a server goes down the email will be lost. Hence to protect those emails...

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