ChangeMessageClass.vbs  
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ddobier





PostPosted: Tue Aug 09 08:28:07 CDT 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> ChangeMessageClass.vbs

I ran the change message class procedure on my public folder so that
incoming messages are seen as email rather than 'posts', only problem
now is that all messages coming in are marked as read. I am the only
person who uses the folder so it's not being read by someone else. Any
ideas where this is going bad?

Mick

Exchange Server10  
 
 
Mark





PostPosted: Tue Aug 09 08:28:07 CDT 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> ChangeMessageClass.vbs

>I ran the change message class procedure on my public folder so that
>incoming messages are seen as email rather than 'posts', only problem
>now is that all messages coming in are marked as read. I am the only
>person who uses the folder so it's not being read by someone else. Any
>ideas where this is going bad?
>
>Mick

This simple change would have had the desired effect without changing
the read status:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=832492
 
 
Mick





PostPosted: Thu Aug 11 00:00:12 CDT 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> ChangeMessageClass.vbs So are you telling me 'If you hadn't done what you did, and did this
instead, you wouldn't have the problem you now have"??? Do you do the
same thing for injured people, telling them if they would have been
more careful they wouldn't be bleeding to death now, or do you actually
do something helpful? What does MVP stand for again??

If anyone has any advice for fixing the problem I actually have now,
that would be appreciated.

 
 
Al





PostPosted: Thu Aug 11 07:52:51 CDT 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> ChangeMessageClass.vbs I have some advice for fixing the problem. Start by applying that fix that
was mentioned. In other words, start the breathing [1] before you stop the
bleeding.

Then go back and mark the items as unread.

Was there more you were looking for other than to let the person who gave
you the answer that you didn't like the way he did it?

Al

[1] if you're familiar with the lifesaving steps, the priority has to be
clear. I think the same thing applies in this situation.





> So are you telling me 'If you hadn't done what you did, and did this
> instead, you wouldn't have the problem you now have"??? Do you do the
> same thing for injured people, telling them if they would have been
> more careful they wouldn't be bleeding to death now, or do you actually
> do something helpful? What does MVP stand for again??
>
> If anyone has any advice for fixing the problem I actually have now,
> that would be appreciated.
>