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The accepted answer is incorrect. It is possible to display a shared Exchange calendar in SharePoint 2010. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-foundation-help/work-with-multiple-exchange-and-sharepoint-calendars-in-one-sharepoint-calendar-HA101777171.aspx


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You can impersonate the user account. ExchangeService service = new ExchangeService(ExchangeVersion.Exchange2010_SP1); service.Credentials = new NetworkCredential("serviceAccount", "serviceAccountPassword", "domain"); service.Url = new Uri("https://computername.domain.contoso.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx"); service.ImpersonatedUserId = new ...


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There are a couple things you could try. Nothing in SharePoint will let you do this. The only mailbox search that is possible from SharePoint is through eDiscovery and that requires too much overhead. I would start by trying to do a federated search to Exchange 2013 Search as if the user were performing the same search from Outlook Web Apps. I would ...


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Were any other changes made outside of SharePoint? I know Exchange has an option to set distribution groups to only be available for use by "authenticated or trusted senders" (this prevents email/spam from the internet from being sent to internal distro groups). We ran into this problem, because SharePoint does not "authenticate" to the Exchange server, it ...


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Sending SharePoint 2010 alerts to an Exchange distribution list. Create the distribution list/group in Active Directory and assign an email address. Do not use any dashes "-" in the group name. Edit the properties of the group to change its Group Type to Security (from Distribution). Make sure the group is a Universal group. Only security groups show up in ...


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You can use also 3-rd party solution from VirtoSoftware - SharePoint Exchange Calendar Web Part. It supports 2013,2010 and 2007 SharePoint and all versions of Exchange Servers, including 2003 version. Using this custom web part you'll be able to add to your existing SharePoint Calendar additional calendars as data sources from MS Exchange. You can add ...


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There are a few other commercial solutions that addresses SharePoint calendaring & scheduling needs - Bamboo Solutions' Calendaring product and Virto Ajax Calendar. CAVEAT: I do not work for the above companies.


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Out of the box, I do not believe so; and probably especially not in SharePoint Foundation. You can display SharePoint calendars in Outlook, but I do not believe that you can go direct to an Exchange calendar in SharePoint. I did a quick search and found this web part that may or may not meet your needs. Obviously I've never used it so I can't comment on it, ...


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You can used Exchange Managed API for building the reservation system. I have developed the similar reservation system using SharePoint 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 You can add all you resources, rooms, projectors and book them very easily. You might need to fix some permissions on resources like FreeBusy information etc. etc. How to configure the ...


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This is technically possible, but further investigation points to SharePoint not being the correct interface for this. Looking at the information I found previously, some additional information... You can add http://fqdn/exchange and/or http://fqdn/exchange/user_alias as a content source This is refering to using the out of the box crawl tools to ...


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By default, SharePoint installations don't affect Active Directory (and only do so when SP's User Profile service is specifically configured to do so post-deployment). You can use AD to track and block SP 2010 installation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff730261.aspx This does not changing the AD schema. Same for Exchange. SP doesn't ...


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SharePoint can use your active directory to authenticate users and you can configure SharePoint to import user profile from AD to sharepoint. However, depending upon user profile configuration, changes in user profile properties may be written back to your production AD (if you configure to do so). I think there is no harm in connecting your Dev Box to the ...


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this is described in this technet article. If the user has access to a mailbox, the simple web page viewer web part can do the job, pointing to an url like https://<server name>/owa/tsmith@fourthcoffee.com


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In SharePoint 2010, group calendar feature enables you to book resources like rooms, equipments etc without having to write a single line of code. You can even create calendar overlays with your Exchange Server in a single SharePoint Calendar Hoping against hope, if you want a very specific custom solution you can use Exchange Server Managed API or classic ...


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You can try also some 3-rd party tools for it. Ex. from VirtoSoftware - http://www.virtosoftware.com/sharepoint/exchange-group-calendar-web-part or from Amrein - http://www.amrein.com/apps/page.asp?Q=5778 Using these web parts you'll be able to synchronize your Exchange Calendar and SharePoint Calendar. And this configuring will work in two-ways. You can ...


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Assuming you are using SP Server (not SP Foundation) and configured the Search Service application on your SP Farm, you might have a better (easier to implement with no cost of a third-party tool) option instead of migrating the content of the public folders into SP 2010. Keep the content of public folders where they are. Using the Search Service ...


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Site Mailboxes require 2013 of everything - Exchange, Outlook and SharePoint.


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Your admins are correct as outbound email addresses can only be defined in two places in SharePoint - 1) at the farm level which affects all email sent from anywhere in SharePoint and 2) at the Web Application level which refers to the entry point for the site, most commonly that is the base URL, such as http://myserver.domain.com/ where all site collections ...


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I figured out how to do that. So, I put the EWS api dll in the GAC and then I referenced it in the web.config there : <assemblies> <add assembly="System.Web.Extensions, Version=1.0.61025.0, &#xD;&#xA;Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35" /> <add assembly="Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=12.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, ...


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You will need to go to the company's website which hosts your external DNS for websitename.com. Whoever bought the DNS name should have some login credentials to access their online tools. One of them should allow you to create that MX record.


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This should work: service.Credentials=CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials;


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I read in this thread that Sharepoint will only pick up messages that have x-sender and x-receiver headers. We use hMailServer, and so are able to script the server to add those headers for Sharepoint-destined messages. Here is another possibility, from here: For SharePoint 2010 Delivery of e-mail messages is not enabled from SharePoint to other ...


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I got answer from microsoft technical forum. We can not synchronize active directory with office 365 before migration because the cutover process itself creates the user objects. Once the migration is completed, you are free to use DirSync to sync your on-premises AD to Office 365. Hybrid deployment is required for staged migration, but there is no reason ...


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I tested in my test farm, where i shut down the exchange server, I noticed immediate alert job runs and no email going as nothing is there. After 15 min i turn on the exchange server and i noticed all old emails gone. SO no pending alerts waiting for me.


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I don't see any problem with this.Reason why i am saying is, you have to build the trust between Exchange and SharePoint. SharePoint will only communicate via his own trust. One thing make sure, use the different name convention for each farm. You can use QA keyword for your QA trust and configuration. Use the Prod keyword in the Prod configuration.


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Their is no such document avaiable for this intergration, You have to test all the possible scenrio to check if they are work with exchange 2010 or not. Couple of these feature are not working with exchange 2010. eDiscovery in Exchange Automatic Task Synchronization with Outlook Site Mailbox feature There is a Legacy Task Synchronization mode available ...


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If you want built in syncronysation feature - it does not exist Sharepoint 2013 and Exchange 2010 : synchronization You can create custom solution (TimerJob) for sync with exchage using EWS API.


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No, it is not necessary to use Exchange server to send e-mails. An advantage of SharePoint is in that You can use any smtp server You want. By example You can configure to send with gmail. You can use local smtp too, but imho You should be carefull with spam attacks in that case


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This actually ended up being an issue of accepted domains on the Exchange server. I was having an issue because the email domain (another.domain.com), and the AD domain (my.domain.com) differs. The following PowerShell command will register the source (SharePoint 2013) domain on the Exchange Server: New-AcceptedDomain 'my.domain.com' -DomainName 'Whatever I ...


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I somehow figured to have a workaround download EWS (Exchange Web Services Managed API) create and configure impersonate application account http://www.techieshelp.com/exchange-2013-configuring-impersonation-applications/ install .NET EWS client library (https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices/) here is my web part C# code ...



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