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Dear All, We have a Exchange 2007 installed centerlized for our organization with multiple office in multiple cities. The problem is if we use the option "Hide User from Global Address List" or "Hide Group from Global Address List" and enable it then no user or group will be shown in Global Address List, and when disable it then the user or group will be shown in Global Address List. We need to disable or remove the Global Address List from Exchange 2007 Address List menu and want to create seperate lists for individual offices with there names, and the users related to there offices will be shown in there own lists rather then in one address list. Please help me out. Regards, RMA
I'm new to the company I currently work for and well things are a bit dated. We have Exchange 2003 on our mail server for mail and active directory / group policies. We just received a new(ish) server from corporate and I installed Server 2008 R2 SP2. Its going to be used for WSUS and mail / active directory (we only have 350 active users). We have 280 machines in use and 6 servers 4 running server 2003. Their on 2003 because the program we use for tracking and production is old and there is no update in sight. (I know… I’ll save that can of worms for another day) Anyhow, I was thinking about using Hyper-V and virtualizing WSUS if possible, so it would have Exchange and WSUS on it. Would anyone even recommend that? I was talking to corporate and I was told that the migration from 2003 to 2007 is a bit of a process. I’ve never touched 2007 and from what I see it's changed quite a bit. My main concern isn’t necessarily the installation and set up but the migration of active directory and mailboxes. I have a 10 tera NAS that I was going to back everything up to. Is there a special way to back them up for a migration? Also, when and if correctly migrated how much policy tweaking am I going to need to do? Any help and ideas would be much appreciated.
Hi, I’ve reviewed your Hyper-V threads and I haven’t scene anything talking about an Exchange setup in Hyper-V. My question is would such a thing be possible? I'm running Microsoft Server 2008 R2 SP2, and would be installing Exchange 2007. (out of box SP?)
Hi! I have a certificate question. I have an Exchange 2007 server with a selfsigned cert. Now i want to secure it with a 3rd party certificate. I wonder what domain names I need to buy the certificate for? Do I need a third party certificate for the internal name? (mailserver.domain.local) or just for the external stuff, like: mail.domain.com webmail.domain.com I have several mail domains on the same server do I need certificate for them all? mail.domain2.com webmail.domain2.com Or just the "main" mail domain? /Lagrot