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...
2. June 2010 02:34
In exchange 2003 or Exchange 2007 you had to use PFADMIN to centrally set the rights on the users calendars, or you had to open every mailbox and set the rights on the calendar.
(Setting the user rights on the calendar is the same as what is happening when you share a calender from Outlook. It will then add the rights for the user to the calendar).
PFADMIN is not supported on Exchange 2010 because Exchange 2010 does not support WebDAV. (a replacement for PFADMIN can be found here that will support Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010)
Starting with Exchange 2010 the calendar rights can be set centrally "out of the box". This can be done with the "Add-MailboxFolderPermission" cmdlet. More...