ok so heres there deal, i have a windows 2003 server pushing out the script below... The login script executes on windows 7, it maps all my drives EXCEPT the the maps with username/password specified. this works 100% on Windows XP.
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so what i decided to was configure outlook with two emails, 1 exchange which will default to firstname.lastname@example.org and then configure a pop account so they can send from email@example.com ... works great only problem is not im getting incoming messages twice, is there a way to set up pop on outlook for...
thanks for the kb link, i currently have that set up and dont have a problem receiving. my problem is sending.
if im dealing with a abc client, i want to sent an email from abc.com
if im dealing with a xyc client, i want to send an email from xyc.com
i have exchange 2003 and outlook...
I have a user with two email addresses
each domain represents a different company, and when dealing with clients the user needs to send from the proper domain.
any suggestions to accomplish this?
im trying to create a login script that will install the proper printers based on your ip
currently we use two ip ranges
right now im trying to get this to work with 1 network, then i will introduce the second network once i get this working
we have a mixed environment of 2003/2007 i have the office 2007 compatibility pack being pushed out via GPO. everything was working fine until recently.
i even have a script to run on a user account basis to default change the save as settings to default to 97-2003. but my users still manage to...
I currently have one domain server running Windows 2003 Standard with the following roles
I would like to have a Fail over server with the same exact roles. I would like one server to take control in the event of a failure on the other server, however i...
This has happened on some of my machines and i cant dig up a solution..
This effects Office 2002 and 2003 with 2007 Compatibility Pack non-sp1 and sp1.
Opening native files i have no issues, but when trying to open an .xlsx file i always get " Not enough memory to run Microsoft Office Excel...
after reviewing what you provided, i think what I'm trying to do is have two recipient policies.
one policy would tell any user in OU ABC that @ABC.com is their Primary address, and another policy too tell any use in OU XYZ that @XYZ.com is their primary address.
would that be correct ?
I have two SMTP Domains in one forest.
i already have the users separated by OU's
i would like these rules applied to the specific OU's
OU abc - Primary e-mail is *@abc.com
OU xyz - Primary e-mail is *@xyz.com
How would i go about doing this?
any help is greatly appreciated.
my company has recently purchased another company,
we would like to roll that company's Domain controller into our current domain controller.
how do we migrate the domain and clients into our existing domain without having to visit each client desktop.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.