Execute pfdavadmin.exe on the server, extract the files,browse to the extracted map and execute pfdavadmin.exe again.- Click File, connect. - On the 'Exchange server' and 'Global Catalog' text boxes, fill in your server hostname. - Select 'All mailboxes' and press OK. -- ONE BY ONE EDITING OF PERMISSIONS --We can edit the calendar permissions one by one by - Selecting an user, expanding it, then expand 'Top of Information Store' - Right-click 'Calendar' - Choose 'Folder permissions'. Now you can view and set permissions. To set - Click 'Add' - Click 'Browse' and search for the user you want to have permissions on this calendar - Select the user and click Ok, Ok.. - Set the permission and click 'Commit changes' -- ACCESS FOR EVERYONE!! -- Let's say you want everyone to be able to edit and view each others calendars. This is a very common thing in many organizations. Luckly this tool brings us a bulk permission set tool! - Click tools - Click 'Set Calendar Permissions' - Click 'Add' - Click 'Browse' and search for the 'Everyone' context - Select it and click Ok, Ok.. - Set the permissions for everyone. - Click Ok A new pop-up reveals itself. Read it carefully.. in the next dialog you can REMOVE permissions. The role in the dropdownbox, as the pop-up tells us, has got no effect. So select the entities you want to be removed by for example the 'Everyone' group. Right now, we ain't going to use this setting since we are not removing, but setting permissions. Just click 'Ok' and witness how the tool will edit al the calendar folders..
I had just upgrade a Users computer to Office 2007 , They wanted to use Microsoft Outlook for their work email and utilise Outlook Express for their peronsal email. However upon opening the spell checker it had been changed to the French dictionary. I also noticed that I was unable to change it back to the English dictionary.
Turns out this is noted fault from Microsoft! http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932974
Their solution is to download and install Windows Vista / Windows 7 New Version of Outlook Express = “Windows Live Mail”
I know how users get attached to their software , and the way it looks and feels! So luckily I found a solution so the user could still utilise Outlook Express Spell Checker
Just to note , this will only restore English ( United States ) Language
- Select Options – Preferences, and select the Account tab.
- Click Delete Account from this Computer.
- Open Certificate Manager and delete the personal certificate
- Import new Exchange 2007 certificate from a provider such as GoDaddy.
- Get serial number from certificate details.
- From Command Prompt run: certutil repairstore my “Serial Number”
- Open Exchange system manager
- Enable-exchangecertificate –services “SMTP,POP,IMAP,IIS”
- Enter thumbprint for certificate.
- Export certificate from Exchange server using Certificate Manager – Include Private key information.
- Import certificate into ISA server using certificate manager
- Update listener on ISA firewall rule to use new certificate.
- “FIXED – Caption displays as “null” when viewing an uncaptioned image after viewing a captioned image.”
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