I have an Exchange account setup in Outlook 2007. I've been racking my brain on how to set up e-mail rules such that they'll show up in Outlook and be server-side rules. The odd thing is that I have server-side rules set up in OWA (even though the rules have "marked as read" and "add to Category", which I thought would make them client-side rules), but they are not showing up in Outlook at all. Is there an issue with Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2011 not communicating rules? The reason i want to access the rule from within outlook is …

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We are implementing a reporting system (.net 4.0, c#) that contains all the sender/recipient/timestamp information for all the emails for all the users. We have the requirement that this application should be able to communicate with Exchange 2007 SP1 and Exchange 2010 servers, thus, using the Exchange Web Service Managed API sounds like the technology that we need. I can create subscriptions on Inbox/Sent items folders for event types "Created" and "New mail". The problem is in case of some incoming emails when a user is using some rule that e.g. moves the message directly to some other folder or …

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is it possible to do the following: is there a way to prevent and/or alert whenever a user on my exchange 2007 server reaches a maximum send limit for the day. say i limit then to 150 outgoing messages a day, if it exceeds this number alert administrator to the issue so i can review and make sure there is not an infection? if so how?

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Hello everyone, I am running Exchange 2007 and outlook 2003. I have a user who created a folder and filled it with emails. She then wished to send the entire folder to another user. Is there a simple way to transfer the folder from one mailbox to another? Thank you.

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The End.