Turn on or off MailTips

On 2014-04-20, in Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, by Mattias Jönsson
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Microsoft Outlook 2010 includes MailTips, which help you avoid common, but potentially costly or embarrassing mistakes. MailTips alerts can be triggered by actions including clicking Reply All to a large recipient list, sending sensitive information to someone outside your organization, or sending a message to someone who is out of office.

 Note    This feature requires a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 account. For more information see, Determine the version of Microsoft Exchange Server my account connects to.

MailTips alert

Turn MailTips on or off

By default, MailTips are turned on. To turn them off or back on, do the following:

  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click Mail.
  4. Under MailTips, click MailTips options.

The MailTips section does not appear if MailTips are not available for your account.

  1. If you have more than one Exchange Server 2010 account in your Outlook profile, click the account in the Apply to this account list.
  2. Under MailTips bar display option, click the option that you want.

Change which MailTips appear

  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click Mail.
  4. Under MailTips, click MailTips options.

The MailTips section does not appear if MailTips are not available for your account.

  1. If you have more than one Exchange Server 2010 account in your Outlook profile, click the account in the Apply to this account list.
  2. In the Select MailTips to be displayed list, select or clear the check box for each MailTip that you want to change.
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Clarify: You want to show mail address instead of display name in the “To”, “From” and “CC” fields

Explanation: When messages arrive to exchange, server will resolve the mail address to those users who exist in the directory, there isn’t a way to change the behavior which is expected by design

Workaround (For Exchange 2003):

Notes: Not recommend [See KB 828770], it also causes all messages through modified SMTP Virtual Server to show mail address instead of display name

  1. Start Registry Editor [Set on server which your mailbox stays]
  2. Locate or create the following key in the registry
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Services/MsExchangeTransport
    /Parameters/<2>
    Notes: You might need to create the ”Parameters” key and the <2> key as well, <2> is the SMTP virtual server number
  3. Add the following registry value: Name: ResolveP2 Type: REG_DWORD Value: 0
  4. Also enable ”allow anonymous senders” on the SMTP Virtual Server
    a.  ESM->AG->Server->ServerName->Protocols->SMTP->SMTPVirtualServerName’s Properties
    b. “Access” tab->”Authentication” button->check “allow anonymous senders”

Notes: For Exchange Server 2007, name resolution is forced for MAPI clients, no way to disable

Here’s a 3rd-party tool which can achieve the function you want: WhichAddress

Lync for Mac 2011 Released to Manufacturing

On 2011-10-05, in Exchange 2010, by Mattias Jönsson
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Article at Unified Communications Group Team Blog by Kirk Gregersen

When we first announced Lync Server 2010 last November, we talked about our commitment to supporting multiple platforms and how over the course of 2011 you would see Lync become available for other platforms. Today, I’m excited to share with you today that Lync for Mac 2011 has been Released to Manufacturing, commonly referred to as RTM.

Starting in October, our Mac customers will be able to experience the integrated communications experience that Lync has become well known for. From the updated contact cards to the ability to set up Lync conferences from Outlook 2011 for Mac to enterprise voice features, Lync for Mac 2011 offers Mac users integrated functionality for presence, instant messaging, conferencing and voice and is designed to work with both Lync Server 2010 and Lync Online.

VIDEO: Lync for Mac quick tour

Lync for Mac 2011 is available to customers as a part of the Office for Mac 2011 Volume Licensing SKU, Office for Mac Standard 2011, or through many of Microsoft’s Licensing programs. Customers can also purchase the application as a standalone volume licensing SKU.

For more information on Lync for Mac 2011, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/mac/enterprise/lync.

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From http://blogs.technet.com/b/ucedsg/archive/2010/04/22/how-does-federated-calendar-sharing-work-in-exchange-2010.aspx

What are the benefits of Exchange 2010 Federated Sharing?

  • Easy setup of external data sharing
  • Broader reach without additional steps to setup
  • More secure with controls for admins and users

Exchange Federated Sharing is convenient

  • Sharing between two orgs or two people
  • No trusts or service accounts
  • No end user accounts and credential prompts

Exchange Federated Sharing is secure

  • Control which orgs you share with
  • Control which users can share and at what level

Exchange Federated Sharing works with online services

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