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Delete e-mails sent with Outlook

Posted by jl on September 29 2011th

Hello everyone

Who has not happened once we're writing an email to send and we give we are wrong and some of the recipients to whom it should not be sent in hard copy, or we have not crept into the content.

At the user level, Exchange has an option so that they can remove (they call retrieve) whenever the user that have sent the mail is logged on and has not read or moved from the Inbox, and of course sow we are within the same Exchange.

To do this you must go into the Outlook client mail we sent in the tray sent items, open it, and on the Actions menu select retrieve message and the following window will appear with the different choices we can make. The first is that we would eliminate the mail.

We could also replace the mail with a new message










Until next time

a greeting

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Managing Exchange 2003 7 from Windows

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal on June 16th 2011


For some time I wanted to do this article to support people do not have to search for several items to find and install the Active Directory tools more tools 2003 Exchange.

The first thing to do is install RSAT (Remote Server Administrative Tools)

RSAT Windows 7:

We downloaded and installed. (Remember to download the version of 32 or 64 bits, according to your operating system).

When you have installed we must do the following:

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As an Exchange account to migrate to Google Apps.

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal on June 12th 2011


Another item to take on Google Apos.

Access to Google Apps to download the application Migration for Microsoft Exchange.

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List redirects mail in Powershell

Posted by jl on June 2nd 2011

Hello everyone

Sometimes in the company have come up incidents in which users tell us they do not receive emails or receive emails do not go for them.

After starting to rule things in the end we conclude that the problem is that I had forwarded the email account, either by the user through the wizard out of the office or directly by the mail system administrators from the management console. The solution of course is to remove the detour, but we did the question of how to know how many accounts were forwarded. In the Exchange console there is no option as to derive this information so you have to pull power shell.

The first step is to find out from power shell command can take this information so we use the command USERACCNT get-mailbox | fl that will give us all the properties of a mailbox

Of all the fields to see that in the field ForwardingAddress appears domain user, In the form domain / username, which is diverted to the mailbox while if we execute the same command from a user who does not have off the field is empty.
Therefore we can use the command get-mailbox using a Where field ForwardingAddress the command being as follows

get-mailbox-ResultSize unlimited | where {$ _.ForwardingAddress-like "* / *"}

In our example we use * / * by the format in which returns the user name so we can remove all users.

Until next time ...

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Migrate Exchange 2003 or 2007 or 2003 and Exchange 2007 2010.

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal on June 14th 2010

Just follow this simple wonder of Microsoft.


In the following link:

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