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Cannot remove the domain ‘‘ because it is referenced by the proxy address template ‘smtp:@


As issue that I’ve seen on Exchange 2007 after a migration from Exchange 2003, if you try to remove an accepted domain, but keep getting this error: Cannot remove the domain ‘<domain name>’ because it is referenced by the proxy address template ‘smtp:@<domain name>’ First off go to the Exchange Management Console – Microsoft Exchange – Organisation configuration – Hub Transport – E-mail Address Policies. Make sure that the domain is removed from any policies that you have set up,…

Exchange 2007 SP1 Rollup 4 pulled back


There’s an issue with the Exchange 2007 SP1 Rollup 4 patch and it’s confirmed by the Exchange Team on their blog. Some of the known issues are with the Exchange Web Services (EWS) and failures regarding backup, returning errors in the eventlog regarding “Storage Group Consistency Check”. I’ve seen problems with the last issue. The patch was originally released to the web, Microsoft Update and WSUS, but was pulled back again. But it’s not completely disappeared, on Sep. 15th I…

More ActiveSync support from Nokia


Last week Nokia announced that it has expanded it’s support for Microsoft ActiveSync to all Nokia S60 3rd Edition devices, before it was only supported on the E models. This means that 43 different Nokia models now has support for ActiveSync, by installing the Nokia application “Mail for Exchange”. Nokia plans to make the Mail for Exchange application available out-of-the-box for future releases of the Eseries and Nseries devices. When used with Exchange Server 2007, users will have access to…

Exchange Hosted Services Whitepaper


A new very interesting whitepaper has been release by Microsoft, about the Hosted Exchange Services solution deployed by Microsoft IT. Microsoft IT deployed the cloud-based Exchange Hosted Services. This solution enables Microsoft IT to implement a messaging environment that processes all messages in a perimeter before unwanted messages reach the corporate firewalls and Exchange Server 2007 Edge Transport servers. Read the whitepaper here.

Exchange 2007 supported in virtual environments


Great news! – Microsoft has now officially announced support for Exchange Server 2007 in virtual environments, such as Microsoft Hyper-V or any third-party hypervisor that has been validated under the Windows Server Virtualization Validation Program. What’s supported: Exchange Server 2007 SP1 running on Windows Server 2008 Supported Exchange roles: All except Unified Messaging What Hypervisor: Microsoft Hyper-V, or any hypervisor validated by MSVVP More about this from the Exchange Team or Microsoft Support Policies and Recommendations for Exchange Servers in…

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