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Citrix Profile Management Done Correctly (Part 2 of 2)

[fa icon="pencil'] Posted by Johnny Ma [fa icon="calendar'] April 27, 2017 [fa icon="tags'] Citrix, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office, Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop, Google, Microsoft Outlook

This post is a continuation of Citrix Profile Management Done Correctly Part 1.

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Citrix Profile Management Done Correctly (Part 1 of 2)

[fa icon="pencil'] Posted by Johnny Ma [fa icon="calendar'] March 23, 2017 [fa icon="tags'] Citrix, Microsoft Exchange, Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop

Are you experiencing slow logons for your Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop environments? Is it slow even though it’s running on the latest greatest hardware and the environment is brand new?

The culprit is likely a misconfigured Profile Management solution.

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How to Recover Email Retention Policy Settings in Microsoft Office 365

[fa icon="pencil'] Posted by John Certeza [fa icon="calendar'] August 28, 2015 [fa icon="tags'] Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Email Security, PowerShell

One of our clients recently migrated their email from Microsoft Exchange to Microsoft Office 365 and after the fact realized they hadn't migrated their employee retention policy settings. We were unsure of which users had a one year retention policy or two year retention policy.

The good news is, this information isn't totally lost.

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Creating a Recurring Email in Windows Server 2008 Using Exchange 2010

[fa icon="pencil'] Posted by Dave Lincoln [fa icon="calendar'] September 30, 2013 [fa icon="tags'] Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, How To Guide, Microsoft Windows

On occasion, an organization may have a need to send a recurring email. In the case of one of our customers, there was a need to send a weekly notice to users that patches would be applied to the terminal servers overnight with a friendly reminder to save any work. To set this up is really quite simple. Here is how:

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Fixing a Corrupted Nickname Entry in Microsoft Outlook

[fa icon="pencil'] Posted by Bruce Morgan [fa icon="calendar'] September 26, 2013 [fa icon="tags'] Managed Services, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, How To Guide, Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Outlook maintains a list of formerly used email addresses which is used for the automatic completion feature. If one of these “nicknames” becomes corrupted it can cause any emails to that address to bounce. If this happens, the proper way to fix itis is to delete the corrupted entry and retype the email address in the To… field.

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Exchange Infostore will not start because of Vmhost time setting?

[fa icon="pencil'] Posted by Phillip Martin [fa icon="calendar'] June 20, 2013 [fa icon="tags'] VMware, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange

We recently had several clients whose exchange servers went offline for seemingly no apparent reason. The servers were up and there were no connection or permissions issues, but we kept getting a strange error in the logs.

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