MSExchange.org Article: Exchange Server 2007 SP1: Configuring a Redundant Network for Log Shipping

Hello folks,

Hoje postei mais um artigo no MSExchange.org falando de uma nova funcionalidade do SP1 que é a possibilidade de usar outros adaptadores para os logs do CCR.

Segue o artigo: http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/high-availability-recovery/exchange-server-2007-sp1-configuring-redundant-network-log-shipping.html

Grande Abraço,
Anderson Patricio
http://www.andersonpatricio.org

One Response to MSExchange.org Article: Exchange Server 2007 SP1: Configuring a Redundant Network for Log Shipping

  1. Unknown says:

    Help..with Resource booking in Exchange2007 issueHi, Issue i am facing is with the attachments shows up when i am booking a Resource mailbox even after i have set the -Deleteattachments TRUE in my Exchange 2007 serverWhen i do get-mailboxcalendarsetting -identity <mailbox> | flDeleteattachments :TRUEBut still when any user tries to book this Resource (Room) mailbox with any attachment, the attachment is still viewable for that appointment in Outlook 07 as well as OWAWhen i login as that resource mailbox in OWA, i verified that under Resource Settings Delete attachments is checked but still same issueI have also disabled and reconnected that resource mailbox to another AD disabled user but still when anybody books this resource mailbox they can still see the attachments for that particular appointmentNOTE: This option somehow works for newly created Resource mailboxes, but it doesnot work only for existing room mailboxes which is really strangeI do not have any Exchange 2003 servers at all, all those resource mailboxes for which this -Deleteattachments Feature doesn\’t work were created only in Exchange 2007 server that i have.Any suggestions PLEASE!!!!

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