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Below you will find technical articles related to the work we do. As we find solutions to issues our customers face, we post some of them here to help the global community!

Increase Receive Limit Exchange 2010 above 10mb – #550 5.2.3 RESOLVER.RST.SendSizeLimit.Org; message too large for this organization ##

When you try to receive mail that is over 10mb into an Exchange 2010 mailbox, the sender may receive this bounce back error. Your Exchange 2010 server may need a few settings changed if you want to receive mail of this size. Due to the way Exchange routes emails we found the following settings helpful

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Cannot see Security (Permissions) tab in Windows XP. Security Tab Does not appear in Folder Properties

If you have a machine still running Windows XP you may be missing the Security Tab when you view the folder properties. This could be for a number of reasons: The drive is in FAT32 instead of NTFS You are running Windows XP Home (it does not feature advanced file sharing with the security tab)

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Just How Much Time and Disk Space is Required to Merge Hyper-v Snapshots back into a VHD Disk? One Example Case.

There is a lot of differing information concerning the disk space required to delete snapshots and have them merge back into the original VHD in a Hyper-v Virtual Machine. Usually these conversations are forum posts where Sys Admins have performed a snapshot on purpose or by accident early on in the Server’s life and are

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Bulk Delete Email from Gmail – Clear Gmail Inbox – Empty Trash – Reduce Gmail usage when using Pop3 with Google Apps for Business

We had a client that was using Google Apps for Business but he was only ever connecting to his gmail account via pop3. The result was that after several years his mailbox filled up with email up to the 10gb limit. After this point people could no longer email him because he had reached his

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Creating a Tagged vLan Network using a Draytek Vigor 2830 and Netgear GS716T Smart Switch

This was my first real adventure into the land of vLans. I had setup very basic port-based setups before but this scenario required an 802.1Q Tagged vLan. The client runs serviced offices and required that the offices could share the internet but would not see each other on the network. The clients themselves use part

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