RE: Mail Enable Contacts

  • From: "Nick Parkes" <nick.parkes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 10:45:28 -0000

What does this have to do with "Mail Enable Contacts"?
You should have started a new thread.
I'm surprised you haven't incurred the wrath of some of the netiquette
purists in here!

From: hemant bisht [mailto:hemantalba@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 14 March 2006 06:56
Subject: RE: Mail Enable Contacts
1. No I m not able to telnet yahoo
2. Macafee is Antivirus. Only yahoo is domain. No changes to firewall.
3. Our ISP is VSNL and is not listed in blacklist
4. Exchange 2000

Dominic <saviodominic@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
        1.      Are you able to telnet to yahoo and drop a mail?
        2.      Anti Virus? Is yahoo the only domain? What are the most
recent changes in the firewall software? 
        3.      Is your ISP blacklisted by
( ) check for other sites as well for blacklist
database. Talk to you ISP.
        4.      What version of Exchange Server are you using? IMF?  Is
it still the god old IMC.
        More data needed, but start with telnet then ISP ...
        Hope it helps.

        From: hemant bisht [mailto:hemantalba@xxxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Monday, March 13, 2006 10:46 AM
        To: [ExchangeList]
        Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Mail Enable Contacts
        hello friend,
        We are facing the problem in sending mail from our Exchange
Server to 
        only yahoo domain. Pls help me and send mail to me at
        A P <ermitanyo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
                You can also use admod to set the following attributes
for each contact object
                   targetAddress  --> SMTP:something@xxxxxxxxxx
                   MAPIRecipient --> False
                   internetEncoding --> 1310720
                Once set.  RUS will populate the rest to fully mail
enable the contacts.
                On 3/9/06, Dominic <saviodominic@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
                Try exporting the contact as CSV. 
                Are you trying to mail enable or mailbox enable.

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