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  • 1. Outlook shift delete
    hello. a user deleted all his inbox items using shift + delete. How can I recover this items without accesing the exchange server? (I don't have access to it). I used to do it adding this value to the registry but it is not working any more: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Exchange\Client\Options] "DumpsterAlwaysOn"=dword:00000001 thanks
  • 2. Auto Accept Agent - Denied on Recurring Meeting Request
    I have a front-end/back-end system running Exchange 2003 SP2. I installed the Auto Accept agent before upgrading to SP2. When I go to setup a recurring meeting for a Conference room. I get the following message: "Conference Room Name" has declined your meeting because it is recurring. You must book each meeting separately with this resource" Can someone help me out with this. It was working before SP2 upgrade. Thanks.
  • 3. 2000SBS suddenly out of service
    POP3 telnet is okay but can't get the email, local can't logon by Outlook client. Console can't logon (logged but no responder afterward), SMTP seems no respond on receive email. OWA down (error404)... by following the error below LsaSrv Devices 5000 The security package Negotiate generated an exception. The package is now disable. The exception information is the data. & Userenv None 1000 Windows cannot establish a connect to mydomain.local with (1346) Power-cycled the server seems fall back to normal. But I will happen again after few hours. This is Xeon 3GHz/800/1ML2, 2048MB RAM, c: 5GB free, e: 97GB free, SBS 2000 Windows 2k SP4, Exchange 2k SP3 (with Jun-04 patch) -david
    Hi, my problem is tt I can't reply my msgs on OWA, I can read them but when I choose to reply it the msg body dissapear and only shows a white square with a red X inside of it, like a blocked thing. This occurs with all the msgs and only when I try to reply them, I have Windows XP with SP2, I dissactived the firewall and the popups blocker and set up the IE configuration the default values but even thought I set up lower values I can't see the body of the msg and I can't write any text when I choose to reply a msg. Hope someone can assist me on this issue. Tks in advance for your prompt reply. Rgds


Postby Wayne » Thu, 05 Feb 2004 13:51:28 GMT

Is there any way to limit who a user can send to? I need 
to limit certain users to sending to only a few other 
specific users. I know I can adjust who you can recieve 
from but I was hoping there was another way around it.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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