Posts Tagged ‘Exchange 2010 SP3’

Exchange: Create a Dynamic Distribution Group

Configure Dynamic Distribution Group Properties:

New-DynamicDistributionGroup -IncludedRecipients MailboxUsers -Name "Mailbox Users DDG" -OrganizationalUnit Users

View Members of a Dynamic Distribution Group:

$MarketingDepartment = Get-DynamicDistributionGroup -Identity "Marketing Department" Get-Recipient -RecipientPreviewFilter $MarketingDepartment.RecipientFilter


Released: March 2017 Quarterly Exchange Updates

Released: December 2016 Quarterly Exchange Updates

Released: March 2016 Quarterly Exchange Updates

Exchange Server 2016 CU1

Exchange Server 2013 CU12

Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 UR13


Lots of Exchange on-premises updates to install:

December 2015 Quarterly Exchange Updates (EX 2013 CU11)

CodeTwo Exchange Rules Pro: Signature handling with Exchange ….

Email signatures and disclaimers

Attachment control

Data Loss Protection (DLP)

Advanced auto-replies (OOO)

Email forwarding and rerouting

Remote management

Modifying email content

Other features
  • Rewriting sender’s address. Easily change the sender’s address after the message is sent. For instance technical support can use a common address
  • Forcing email formats. Set rules automatically forcing email formats for all outgoing, or only selected mail. 
  • Removing Outlook themes and stationary. Ensure that the company mail looks consistent and professional. Centrally remove Outlook themes set by users on the client side.
  • Test Rules before they go live. Use the built-in Rules Tester to test your settings before they go live in your production environment.
  • Support for hybrid environments. Deploy email signatures, manage attachments and control email content and flow in a hybrid Office 365/Exchange on-premises environment with centralized mail transport.

Email signatures and disclaimers on Microsoft Exchange Server’s side:

Exchange: Manage OWA Signatures Using PowerShell

Set-MailboxMessageConfiguration -Identity $user.UserPrincipalName -AutoAddSignature $True –SignatureHtml “HTML”