Increase Exchange Quota for Outlook Rules

Increase Exchange Mailbox Quota

Outlook stores rules for Exchange accounts on the server to automatically move forwarders or emails online from the Inbox to folders, even if Outlook is not running. The synchronization of rules also offers the advantage when using your own account on another computer, the rules are then automatically downloaded from the server in Outlook.

If many rules are created, or rules with long names are used, the quota storage on the Exchange Server may no longer be sufficient, the default size is limited to 64 KB.

If you try to enable the rules that are disabled, you receive the following error message:

One or more rules couldn’t be uploaded to Exchange server and have been deactivated. This could be because some of the parameters aren’t supported or there’s insufficient space to store all your rules.

The RulesQuota can be extended with the following cmdlet from the Exchange Management Shell.

Query current RulesQuota with the following cmdlet

Set-Mailbox -RulesQuota

Note. If rules are created to move to local PST files, advanced options – only on this computer must be enabled. These rules are also uploaded to the server, but they are not run online because PST folders are only present locally on the computer.

vSphere ESXi Enable TSM-SSH Access

How to Enable SSH Access to ESXi Console

  1. On the ESXi console press F2 and enter password.
  2. Scroll to Troubleshooting Options and press Enter.
  3. Press Enable SSH and Enter.
  4. Go back to the main screen with the Esc key.

Enable Access via TSM-SSH in vSphere

  1. Select the host and click on the tap configuration.
  2. Click on security profiles in the software panel.
  3. In the Services section, click Properties.
  4. SSH and click options at the bottom.
  5. Click Start and Stop with the host.
  6. For service commands, click Start.
  7. Click OK.
vSphere Security Profile TSM-SSH

Enable Access via SSH from the vSphere Web Client

  1. Select the host, go to Manage Tab and click Settings.
  2. Go to Security Profile under System.
  3. Go to Editing in the Services Panel.
  4. Select SSH from the list.
  5. Click Start and Stop with the host.
  6. Select Start to activate the service.
  7. Click OK.

Quick Launch Toolbar

Create a new Windows Quick Launch toolbar

The Quick Launch toolbar that Microsoft introduced with Windows XP is still available on Windows 10, but it takes a little intervention.

Friends of the Quick Launch toolbar can right-click on toolbars in the taskbar > New toolbar that Quick Launch restores.

Under the following path, the New Toolbar opens as Quick Launch.

After adding the Quick Launch, links with Drag & Drop can be dragged in, best if you have deactivated the taskbar fixer.

What still needs to be set with a right-click in the taskbar is to deactivate the Show text and Show title setting so that the symbols become visible.

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