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When messages are sent or received between two email servers or Mail Transfer Agents (MTAs), the communication uses a series of numeric SMTP codes. These codes are always in pairs, which means both servers transmit the codes until either the conversation is successful, or fails.   There are two main code types for dropped or failed SMTP…
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Your stationery layouts can include specific user information obtained from your Active Directory. Provided Mimecast has access to your Active Directory, you can use attributes to your stationery layouts, that are populated with the relevant user information. This requires you to: Query the Active Directory using the Directory Browser to return…
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This article explains the basic differences between Archive Search and Message Tracking.   Archive Search  Archive Search retrieves results following a query of the metadata held in the index. This data is not held in database tables. For example:     Even though the message was sent to four addresses, the information stored in the index is…
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"I walk away, walk away, I will follow..."   Excuse the lyric to one of my favorite U2 songs....But the message of following is the theme of this week's Tip/Trick!   You may have noticed a "Follow" button in certain areas of the site. Here, we'll show you what that means, what you can follow, and how you can do it, to always be up-to-date on… (Show more)
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