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Submitted by (@mirokl)

Exchange accounts synchronization in different domains

Hello there, there are people out there, particularly marketers, content writers, translators, or even technical consultants, that are working for multiple companies or corporations. All these people usually have several email accounts in different domains and often need to synchronize the calendars or tasks. I know this may look like a pure product presentation, but I would really like to share this app with you, which ...more »

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Receive Connector Remote IP Range Sort

In previous versions of Exchange using an MMC, opening the Receive Connector properties would give you a sorted list of the IP address(es) that were allowed to relay through a connector. Exchange 2013 haphazardly lists them in some random order. It's not even order the entries were created. Please sort the list. Another tag-along to that idea is to make that listbox typeable, so it'll bring you to the section of ...more »

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Logs and Logging

Exchange 2013 logging fills the C drive too easily, yet we build Exchange Servers with lots of disks. Can we get an option in the installer to locate all logs or at least the big ones to a separate location?

A slight aside, but additional to that, potentially one start/ stop switch to enable verbose logging or return it to prior or default state?

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Automatic Out Of Office

Why not make actual "automatic" out of office replies based on user connectivity and automatically forward to any of the following:

> The distribution group the user belongs to (Small groups)

> User Selected member(s) of his/er distribution group (Larger Groups)

> User Selected member(s) (Non grouped users)

> Administrator Selected member(s) (Non grouped users)

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Auto reject mails from blocked/junked senders

Marking a mail as junk simply redirects it to the junk box. Helps reduce crap the user sees but doesn't actually change the landscape. Overtime, junk folder traffic may exceed inbox. My 10+ years old Hotmail and yahoo accounts are already there - daily incoming rate to junk folder is higher than my inbox. If Exchange could reject (not bounce) mails from explicitly junked senders as invalid email ID (511?), I suspect ...more »

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