You entered in an alias in the Alias List dialog box, and when you click
Next and the following error message displays
"The email address JohnD@somewhere.com is not the primary SMTP address."
It is possible that the person that you entered has multiple email addresses.
Find out if they have an alternate email address, for example "John.Doe" rather than "JohnD".
User Feedback: I have both firstname.lastname@example.org and janed as alias entered. No dice. Still returns either the message that my email
address is "not the primary SMTP address" ...restarting computer didn't help.
You ran the CalendarAnalytics.exe setup program and prerequisites such as VSTO Runtime and .NET Framework has prompted you to reboot. After the reboot, an error message appears stating that Windows Installer cannot find the .MSI.
In some instances, such as installing from a Shared drive or USB Drive, Windows Installer does not copy the .MSI to the Windows temp folder.
Re-run the CalendarAnalytics.exe setup program after the reboot.
Wow! Great job, Chris! Please write up any other insights from your CA+PP experience!
Regarding this issue noted above: "The email address ________ is not the primary SMTP address." message box. Using my internal email alias or external email@example.com still gives me this error. I'm on Direct Access, is that a restriction?
Hi, this tool was exactly what i was lookking for, but even I have the "Incomplete Calendar Download
" any sugestion on what to do?
Pretty lame solution for the 'Incomplete Calendar Download'... :-/
Agree with Tony Robyn "Pretty lame solution for the 'Incomplete Calendar Download' - I called tech support but that just made my phone ring :-(.
Can you give us some detail on what versions/SP of Exchange this tool is known to work on ?. The download page specifies client side 9Excel 2010 etc) but not server side.
We are in Aus, so would date/time settings on clients or servers have anything to do with it ?
We have Exchange 2007 SP3 (Version 08.03.0159.002), Win7/Office2010 32bit.
Any more clues / ideas welcome - I really want that graph of my meetings so i know how busy I am !
Why does this required Exchange 2010 SP1 to work? I have Exchange 2007 and I get "The specified server version is invalid" from the SOAP call. In the packet it is sending <t:RequestServerVersion Version="Exchange2010_SP1" />
Can't you add the version selection as a parameter?