5. September 2010 13:29
When Exchange have to send a NDR message it will by default try to detect the language of the received message and send the NDR back in the same language.
Sometimes it will not be able to detect the language of the received message and therefore sends the NDR in the language that is default for the configuration.
To set the default NDR language you have to run a PowerShell command.
Use the following command to set the default language to English for NDRs
NDRs for mails received from external domains:
Set-TransportServer <hubservername> -ExternalDsnDefaultLanguage en-us More...
23. August 2010 23:12
I just updated a customers Exchange 2007 from SP1 to SP3.
After the upgrade the OWA did not work anymore. When going to the https://mail.domain.dk/owa a blank page was displayed.
It turned out to be the HTTPS bindings on the IIS default web site that was gone. I added the HTTPS again and the OWA was working again.
Nice and simple, AFTER I had figured out what was wrong.