How to Create a Resource Meeting
1.Create a Resource meeting Room (same as any other mailbox) i.e. MeetRm
2.Create a new mailbox which is the Acceptance meeting room i.e. MeetAccept
3.Make MeetAccept a delegate of MeetRm
4.Make sure MeetAccept is Editor permissions on Mailbox, Calendar for
MeetRm 5.Ensure that for both MeetRm and MeetAccept mailboxes, “processing meeting requests” options have he following options
6. Leave machine logged into MeetAccept profile
Implementation of Secure Certificate for Windows Mobile
1. Register your web domain name Klingon.jutla.com and associate domain
with incoming IP address
2. Create the certificate of name Klingon.jutla.com request for the
Front-End Exchange server and save the text file
3. Go to www.verisign.co.uk and request for a root authority certificate
4. 24 hours later, Verisign will send the root authority certificate
5. On the Exchange Front-End server install the certificate
6. Then Export the certificate as a .PFX file with a password
7. On the Outside facing ISA box, Import the .PFX file to the Personal\Root
8. In ISA Management set Web Listener to root certificate just imported and
choose incoming domain as Klingon.jutla.com
9. Export the certificate as a .CER file and copy to all client devices
requiring access to email
the Calendar view to by Category and
not group by any fields
a new Folder as a Calendar item
all Calendar Entries, right-click and select “Move items to Folder” – to
this new folder
Session, logon and display
using the mail profile of the Mailbox in question
on the users Mailbox
Top of Information Store
and delete Calendar
and exit out
outlook using the /resetfolders switch
all calendar entries and move them back into the calendar
This is a issue with XP SP2 - it increases the UDP timeout to 30 sec The
fix is to create a new registry key as follows:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook Create a
new key and name it: RPC Within the new RPC key create a new 'Dword' Value
and name it: forcepolling Give the new Dword value a value of '0'...
Exchange 2003 Uninstalling Exchange from Add/Remove Programs does not remove all
files, it may leave some Registry entries but it will remove most so just
follow that process unless you want to manually go and force removal.
Outlook's Autocomplete Cache
A popular feature request prior to Outlook 2002 was the ability to remember
previously used addresses so that you could type a few letters in the To
field and select an address from the drop down. All addresses used for new
messages or replies are stored in an autocomplete cache file, at
C:\Documents and Settings\\Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook\profile_name.NK2. For most people, the autocomplete
cache works great. A small percentage of users have problems with the file
being deleted and recreated each time they close and reopen Outlook. While
this should be no more than an annoyance, a growing number of users are
relying on the autocomplete cache as a replacement for their address book
and when the cache file is recreated, they lose the addresses stored in it.
Try a new Outlook profile and if it still gets cleared each time you close
Outlook, you'll need to stop using the NK2 as an address book. If you need
to save the addresses you reply to, use an add-in that adds address to the
contacts folder automatically instead. Mapilab's Add Contacts, Sperry
Software's Add Email Address are two of the many add-ins listed at http://www.slipstick.com/addins/contacts.htmdata
that will create contacts for addresses you send email to or receive email
If you are using it as an address book, get Ingressor (http://www.ingressor.com)
so that you can view and export the contents of the NK2 file daily.
Exporting the contents frequently is important because the NK2 holds 1000
addresses. When it reaches 1000, the oldest, less used addresses are
default Recurring Meeting End-date
When users create a Recurring meeting, No end date is specified as
default.This means that if you go
to a date in the future i.e. 10/08/4500 it shows up there too – “feel free to attend the meeting”.Now if we enter the following registry
key (below), it will make the end date be 1 year from booking date as the
default and you can change this by changing the days in the registry and it
helps reduce Calendar size
Publishing a *.oft
- file received as outlook template *.oft
- ensure correct name of the form is given by looking at the properties for
- open the form in design mode
- publish it to personal library
- open and verify
- save original form
- copy new form from personal library to baring asset management org and
- also open the public folder and select the same form again and make sure
you overwrite it the older one.
- inform user to check How to recreate a .STM file Reason: There a few reasons for *.STM file corruption:
a. Antivirus software periodically scanning the *.EDB or/and *.STM file.
b. The *.EDB or/and *.STM size increases significantly.
c. Hardware problem.
Creating the file: By using the
instructions in this guide may lose important data, and therefore should be
only used as a last resorts. It is recommend that you backup the databases
before implement these instructions.
Always consider using a valid backup instead of these instructions. The
amount of the data that you may lose depends on your mail client software -
If everybody uses Outlook (MAPI protocol), then there will be very little
user data in the .STM file. You may lose some in transit messages that
haven't been delivered yet. If clients connect via POP3 or IMAP then most
of their stuff will be in the .STM file, and its loss will be catastrophic
to them. If clients use Outlook Web Access, messages will be in the .EDB
file, but attachments sent will be in the .STM file.
1. Stop any antivirus software on the server. 2. Stop "Microsoft Exchange System Attendant" service.
Note: This stage prevent from users to use the server. 3. Go to "Start" -> "Run" and write
"Regedit" and press on "Enter" button. 4. Navigate to:
In the right side of the screen change the value of "Enable" from
1 to 0. 5. Run eseutil /mh command to verity the need to recreate of the
*.STM file: eseutil /mh "C:\Program
Files\Exchsrvr\MDBDATA\priv1.edb" eseutil /mh "C:\Program
Files\Exchsrvr\MDBDATA\pub1.edb" 6. Run eseutil /p /createstm command to create of the *.STM file: If the private mailbox store
*.STM file may need to recreate, please use the following command: eseutil /p /createstm
"C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\MDBDATA\priv1.edb" If the public store *.STM file
may need to recreate, please use the following command: eseutil /p /createstm
"C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\MDBDATA\pub1.edb" 7. Go to "Start" -> "Run" and write
"Regedit" and press on "Enter" button. 8. Navigate to:
In the right side of the screen change the value of "Enable" from
0 to 1. 9. Start "Microsoft Exchange System Attendant" service. 10. Open Exchange "System Manager". Navigate to the
problematic mailbox store/Public store. 11. Run "mailbox cleanup agent" on each mailbox store and
choose "reconnect all mailboxes". 12. Optional: Open the problematic mailbox store/Public store, right
click on the mailbox store/Public store and choose "properties".
Press on "Database" tab and mark the checkbox "This database
can be overwritten by a restore". 13. Mount the mailbox store/Public store. Note: If you Start
"Microsoft Exchange System Attendant" service in phase 9, the
mailbox store/public store should be mount automatically. 14. Start the antivirus software that was stop in phase 1. 15. Make full backup to the Exchange databases and the local server.
Exchange Server Maintenance Tasks Exchange 2003
Performs 11 tasks as part of its automated database maintenance
schedule. Those tasks are: 1. Clearing the indexes on the mailbox and public folder stores.
2. Performing tombstone maintenance on mailboxes and public folders.
3. Removing expired messages from the dumpster for the mailbox and
public folder stores. 4. Removing expired messages from public
5. Removing deleted public folders with tombstones more than 180 days
6. Resolving message conflicts within public folders.
7. Updating server-version information on public folders.
8. Checking for and removing duplicate site folders on public folder
9. Removing deleted mailboxes on mailbox stores.
10. Checking the message table for orphaned messages (messages with a reference
count of 0).
11. Performing an online defragmentation of the Exchange Information
As you can imagine, performing all 11 tasks against an Exchange store can
take quite a while, depending on the size of the database and the condition
that the database is in at the beginning of the maintenance cycle. The
problem is that Exchange must perform the maintenance tasks while causing
the least possible impact on users. In most cases, this means performing
the maintenance tasks at night, and doing so in a way that doesn't
interfere with the nightly backup. This usually doesn't leave a lot of free
time for IS maintenance.
Because time limitations might prevent all the maintenance tasks from
running on a nightly basis, Exchange performs the tasks in a prioritized
manner according to which tasks have run most recently and which tasks are
most important. Fortunately, the priorities are simple. The first 10 tasks
on the list have equal priorities. However, the 11th task (performing an
online defragmentation of the IS) is considered more important than the
other 10 tasks.
The first time that the Exchange maintenance cycle runs, it begins with the
first task on the list and works through as many of the other tasks, in the
order listed, as time allows. If the maintenance period reaches the point
where only 15 minutes remain and not all the tasks have been completed,
then Exchange must make a decision. If Exchange has spent the entire
maintenance period on one task, and that task hasn't finished running, then
Exchange will continue to spend the remainder of the maintenance period on
that task. However, if at least one task has finished, Exchange makes note
of that last completed task, aborts the current maintenance task, and
begins an online defragmentation. Because Exchange considers an online
defragmentation to be more important than the other maintenance tasks, it
allows the defragmentation to run for as long as an hour after the
maintenance period has expired.
The next time that Exchange encounters a scheduled maintenance period, it
checks to see which task was the last one to successfully finish (not
counting the online defragmentation). Exchange then launches the next task
on the list. By not restarting at the beginning of the task list each night,
Exchange is able to guarantee that each maintenance task runs occasionally
This is to do the Export using the modified file in export.csv csvde -d
"OU=Users,OU=UK,DC=Mydomain,DC=myroot,DC=net" -s testsvrdcs04 -f
To do the import using ldifde ldifde -i -f import.ldf -s Testsvrdcs004 /v
AD - Export members of Security Grp
dsget group "CN=Company Stock Score,OU=Groups,OU=UK,DC=mydomain,DC=myroot,DC=net"
-members > ssrw.txt
Run the following to get teh full Exchange name of the group if in doubt dsquery group -name "List name"
output will be "CN=List name,OU=Groups,OU=UK,DC=domain,DC=root,DC=net"
To get a list of all members of grp list namerun the following
Run dsget group "CN=list name,OU=Groups,OU=UK,DC=domain,DC=root,DC=net"
-members displays all accounts that are a member of this group
This gives a list of all groups the user is a member of
dsget user "CN=jutlak,OU=Admin Accounts,OU=Admins,OU=UK,DC=jutla,DC=jutlaroot,DC=net"
To get a filtered list of only
Delegate Information and to display user name ldifde -f delegates.txt -d "ou= Accounts, ou=user,ou=UK,
DC=mychildomain, DC=myroot, DC=net" -l
cn,publicDelegates,publicdelegatesBL Adding Disclaimers in Exchange
What If you need to add an outgoing disclaimer to all mail on Exchange 2003
On an Exchange 5.5 box you could use the IMSEXT.dll command and edit the
registry with the information. But you cannot use the IMSEXT.DLL on
Exchange 2003, it's reserved for use within Exchange 5.5 environments only.
For Exchange 2003 the options include going with a third-party solution,
such as Mailsweeper or you can implement an event sink as described in
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 317680 "How to add a disclaimer to
outgoing SMTP messages in Visual Basic script". The event sink option
relies on a VBScript
The easiest way to do this is to use the Advanced Queuing Administration
Command Line Interface tool (aqadmcli.exe)
Run aqadmcli.exe from a command line with the following syntax to delete
all messages from all queues: setserver "Servername" delmsg
flags=all Run aqadmcli.exe from a command line with the following syntax to
delete all messages from a specific sender address: setserver
"Servername" delmsg flags=sender,sender=sender@domain_name.com
You can download aqadmcli.exe from:
Outlook meeting requests: Essential do’s and
Have you ever heard someone say, “We
are meeting at 3:30 today? I never saw the meeting request!"?
Whether you schedule or attend a meeting, you can help it run smoothly and
on time with the following meeting request do’s and don’ts:
Make a choice Accept, accept as tentative, or decline each meeting
request that you receive, especially if it is an update to a meeting
request that you previously accepted. By making a choice, you keep the
meeting organizer apprised of your decision and you prevent the meetings
that you want to attend from being accidentally deleted. If you need to
attend a meeting but can't at the time it is scheduled, you can propose a
new time for the meeting.
Try not to delete a meeting request outright because this is one way
that meetings get "lost."
Send updates After modifying one of your own meeting requests,
remember to click Send Update to send the updated request to all
Cancel a single meeting If you need to cancel a meeting, it is
considerate to notify the people you invited. Delete the meeting from your
calendar, click Send cancellation and delete meeting, and then send the
cancellation to everyone you invited
Cancel recurring meeting If you, as the meeting organizer, are
ending a recurring series of meetings, open the meeting on your calendar,
set a new end date, and then send an update. This keeps the past meetings
on everyone’s calendars, but
future occurrences after the end date are removed.
Change meeting organizers If a recurring meeting is changing to a
new organizer, there is not a way to reassign the ownership of the meeting.
The original organizer should send an update with a new end date — the past meetings remain on
everyone’s calendars, but future occurrences after the end date are
removed. The new meeting organizer should send a new meeting request for
meetings in the future.
Keep meetings from vanishing If you run Outlook on two computers and
accept a meeting while using one of them, don't delete the meeting request
from the Inbox on the other computer. If the request is still there, accept
it again. Deleting a request on one computer after accepting it on another
computer can cause the meeting to disappear from your calendar.
Process meeting requests and updates from the Inbox Always accept or
decline a meeting request from your Inbox. Yes, Outlook allows you to
accept or decline a meeting from its time slot on your calendar, but that
can leave the meeting request in your Inbox. Leaving the meeting request in
your Inbox might confuse you later and definitely leaves any delegates
(delegate: Someone granted permission to open another person's folders,
create items, and respond to requests for that person. The person granting
delegate permission determines the folders the delegate can access and the
changes the delegate can make.) you appointed wondering about whether the
meeting was accepted.
Keep your meeting notes separate As a meeting attendee, avoid adding
your own private notes to the body of a meeting request in your calendar.
If the organizer updates the meeting, your notes are lost.
Don't move meeting requests Don't move a meeting request from your
Inbox to a different folder before you accept or decline the request or
before the meeting appears in your calendar.
Soon after a meeting request arrives in your Inbox, a piece of Outlook code
— nicknamed the
"sniffer" — automatically adds the meeting to your
calendar and marks it as tentative. This is a fail-safe to keep you from
missing the meeting in case you don't see the request in your Inbox.
However, the sniffer doesn't reply to the meeting organizer. You still need
to do that by accepting, accepting as tentative, or declining the request.
If you or a rule that you create moves an incoming meeting request from
your Inbox before the sniffer can process the request, the meeting never
appears in your calendar, and you might miss the meeting.
May Gurtej come, too? If you receive an invitation for a meeting and
believe someone else should also attend it, instead of forwarding the
meeting request to that person, ask the meeting organizer to add that
person to the attendee list, and then to send everyone an updated meeting
request. This avoids suprising the organizer with an unexpected attendee
and helps prevent lost meeting requests.
There is always room for one more If you are the meeting organizer
and you want to invite another person after sending the original meeting
request, add the person to the attendee list (the To line) of the original
meeting series or occurrence, and then send an update to all attendees.
Convert an appointment to a meeting request If you want to create a
meeting from an appointment on your calendar, open the appointment, click
Invite Attendees, and then select the people you want to invite. This
converts the appointment to a meeting request.
Remove it right If you receive a meeting cancellation, click Remove
from Calendar to remove the meeting from your calendar. Deleting the
cancellation from your Inbox won't remove the meeting from your calendar.
Try not to change an existing attendee list Suppose the attendee
list in one of your meeting requests contains two instances of a person's
name. If you delete one of the names, and then send a meeting update to the
"Removed or Added Attendees," the person receives a cancellation.
Similarly, if you send the meeting update to "All Attendees," the
person receives both a cancellation and an update.
Be careful with DLs Try to avoid sending meeting requests to
distribution lists (DLs), particularly ones that you are a member of. If
you need to invite all the members of a distribution list, expand the list
in the To line before sending the request. If you need to add or remove
attendees from a meeting request that you already sent to an unexpanded
distribution list, don't expand the list and start adding or deleting
names. Instead, cancel the meeting and create a new one.
Don't auto-accept requests If you have granted one or more persons
delegate access to your calendar or if you have delegate access to someone
else's calendar, turn off automatic acceptance of meeting requests. By
turning off automatic acceptance you avoid problems with delegate workflow.
Avoid calendar clutter To make people aware of your schedule, or to let
them know when you plan to be away from the office, don't send a meeting
request or forward appointments that block out portions of your schedule on
their calendars. Instead, share your calendar with them.
If you don't want to share your calendar, you can still use a meeting request
to let people know when you will be away from the office. Before you send
the meeting request, set Show time as to Free so that it doesn't block out
the time that you are away as Busy or Out of Office on the other people's
So what if someone sends a meeting request or appointment that blocks out
portions of your calendar? If you accept the item (item: An item is the
basic element that holds information in Outlook (similar to a file in other
programs). Items include e-mail messages, appointments, contacts, tasks,
journal entries, notes, posted items, and documents.), set Show time as in
the item to Free.
If you don't want to receive meeting request responses... Typically,
it is best to know in advance who plans to attend a meeting that you schedule.
By default, Outlook meeting requests ask for a response from each person
you invite. You have the option not to receive responses to your meeting
request, but then you won't know who accepts, accepts as tentative, or
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Here you will find answers to questions about LightScribe and LabelFlash
Where can I find the LightScribe function in Nero?
You will find the Lightscribe option in the menu "Extras" in Nero
StartSmart. If you start Lightscribe by clicking the button, you will get
the option “Data label”. This
option does not allow to create a “full-face” label. To do so close the compilation and start
a new compilation. The Lightscribe option is also available in Nero Express
and in Nero Cover Designer
Where can I find the LabelFlash function in Nero?
You will find the Labelflash™
option in the menu "Extras" in Nero StartSmart as well as
in Nero Burning ROM and in Nero Express (click on the little arrow on the
left side of the Nero Express window). Nero Cover Designer does not offer
the Labelflash™ option.
My LightScribe recorder is not recognized by Nero. Why?
Nero fully supports LightScribe Direct Disk Labeling.LightScribe technology
requires four elements: LightScribe enabled CD/DVD recorder LightScribe
compatible CD/DVD Nero 7 or Nero 6 Reloaded (Nero 126.96.36.199 or later version
installed) LightScribe Host Software must be installed. It can be
downloaded from our website: http://dl1.nero.com/LS_HSI.EXE
Please download the user guide from our website to learn more about
LightScribe: » NeroLightScribe.chm. If the LightScribe function does not
work in your LightScribe burner, please check the following settings:
In Windows, go to -->Start -->Settings -->Control Panel
-->Administrative Tools -->Services -->LightScribeService Direct
Disc Labeling Service
Right-click on "LightScribeService Direct Disc Labeling Service",
go to "Startup type" and select "Automatic".
The display under "Service status" has to be set to
In Windows, go to -->Start -->Settings -->Control Panel
-->Administrative Tools -->Local Security Policy -->Local Policies
Double-click on the entry "Devices: Restrict CD-ROM access to locally logged-on
Choose the option "Disabled". Confirm this change by clicking on
"Apply” and "OK".
If you use Windows XP Home, please try the following steps: Open the
"Registry" by clicking on “Start”
in Windows, clicking on “Run”, typing in "regedit" into
the field "Open" and verifying with "OK".
Select the path "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows
NT\Current Version\Winlogon" Doubleclick the entry
"allocatecdroms" and check if the value is set to "0".
If not, please set it to "0".
Stop and restart the service "LightScribe" in the control panel.
In Windows select -->Start -->Settings -->Control Panel
-->Administrative Tools -->Services Now the Lightscribe function
should be recognized.
Please also change a setting of the Lightscribe service: Rightclick on the
service "Lightscribe", select -->Properties -->Recovery
Select the option "restart the service" in the field "first
failure". The option "restart service after 1 minute" will
now be activated.
Confirm this setting with "Apply" and "OK".
If I burn a disc with Nero Express I always get the option to create a
Lightscribe label. How can this option be disabled?
You can disable the LightScribe option in Nero Express. Click on the little
arrow on the left side of the Nero Express window, select “Options”. Uncheck the box „always
print LightScribe Label“.
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sight, but they are always looking down upon us." ~Jean Paul