Multiple Issues in Public Folder management
Upon trying to add more than one e-mail alias to a Public Folder, CloudPanel encounters an issue with the second (or all additional) adresses.
Error: "The address 'smtp: email@example.com' is invalid: Specified argument was out of the range of valid values. Parameter name: The address ' firstname.lastname@example.org' is not a valid SMTP address."
When trying to grant send-as-permissions to a Public Folder, CloudPanel presents the following error message:
The best overloaded method match for 'CloudPanel.Exchange.Exch2010.Add_SendAsPermissions(string, string)' has some invalid arguments
did you find anything else last week? Otherwise we can watch it remotely via TeamViewer.
THANK YOU AGAIN!
The problems I have descriped are resolved! ?
One additional issue is open but I haven't reported yet. If an user-mailbox is having an X500-Adress (because the user is migrated) and the X500-Adress contains an comma, we are not able to modify / update the user via the CloudPanel.
We are getting the message: "<part after the comma> is not a valid email-address". Is there a workaround?
X500:/o=hv/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=b820770339bf4f08b0f6a1614fXXXX-Doe, John
Error Message: John is not a valid email address.
Would be great if we can get a workaround or solution for this also, it's the only known (by us and our customers) remaining issue so far.
Thank you in advance and kind regards,
as for our X500-address problem, your solution of escaping the , with a \ somewhat works, but not exactly in the way it’s supposed to.
We’re currently migrating a company to us for hosting and intend on managing them with CloudPanel, meaning we don’t really have the luxury of tampering with the LEDNs, and since Exchange internally communicates with LEDNs rather than SMTPs, adding the \ to an address falsifies the X500-address in Exchange.
While it does work and allows us to add additional aliases again, using the \ to escape commas in addresses communicates the \ into the X500 address in Exchange, thus falsifying it.
Another issue with this method is that either Exchange or CloudPanel remove EVERYTHING following the \, also impacting the X500-address.
(Ex. X500:/o=hv/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=85638c236f4e41e4aa72e990aedXXXXX-User\, ~Test~
the part highlighted with ~ does not show up in neither CloudPanel nor Exchange).
Thank you for your continued support and communication!