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document Error 0x8004010F Object could not be found
Problem: While doing a Send/Receive you see the error message: Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x8004010F): 'The operation failed. An object could not be found.' This error message indicates that MS Outlook was not able to find and download the offline Address Book. The...
document Email Message Limits Size and Recipients
The hosted Exchange server has limits set for each email message that can be sent or received: Maximum Message Size - The maximum message size is 50 MB which includes the body of the messages and any attachments. When calculating message size it is important to remember that any binary...
document Microsoft Outlook Has Intermittent Connection Problems
Problem: Outlook has intermittent connection problems. This issue may occur if your anti-virus software, ad-blocker program or firewall is interfering with the connection of Outlook to the hosted Exchange server. Solution: Do each step in the order listed below. If the first step resolves...
document Outlook Profiles
To view all profiles currently configured on your system, please follow the steps below. Go to Start > Control Panel and double-click on the Mail icon. Click on "Show Profiles" You will see all profiles that are currently configured on your system
document Scheduling Company Resources in Microsoft Outlook
There are two options for scheduling shared company resources, such as conference rooms, vehicles or A/V equipment, in Outlook. Option 1 - Add each resource as a separate hosted Exchange mailbox. Create a profile for each resource. Login to Outlook as a specific resource. Set the...
document Troubleshooting Network Latency
Network latency issues can have various causes. Listed below are the most common troubleshooting steps to narrow down the specific reasons for inconsistent connectivity. First steps: Restart your computer to see if that alleviates the problem. Spyware and antivirus software often...
document POP3 Access From Any Email Client with Microsoft Exchange 2010
Email clients, such as Eudora, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail, Pine, etc., cannot access the hosted Exchange environment via the default protocol (MAPI) created by Microsoft. Instead, they must access email via POP3 or IMAP. Note: POP3 access does not allow access to most features of Microsoft...
document IMAP4 Access From Any Email Client with Microsoft Exchange 2010
Email clients, such as Eudora, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail, Pine, etc., cannot access the hosted Exchange environment via the default protocol (MAPI) created by Microsoft. Instead, they must access email via POP3 or IMAP. To setup an IMAP client for Exchange 2010 Exchange 2010...