Error 0×80070718 when opening pst or archive in Outlook

When trying to open an archive or any other PST file you can get the 0×80070718 error. This error refers to not enough disk space or quota to open the said file.
In case you are using disk quota, check the settings. In my case we were using offline files, and the quota there needed to be adjusted. To do so:

  1. Open control panel and click “sync center”
  2. Now click “manage offline files”
  3. A dialog will open and you can choose “disk usage”
    From there you can view the current use, which will be quite large if you’re seeing this issue.
    Then you can also choose to change the quota
  4. Now when you can use the drag button to change the quota to your liking, as well as the quota for temp files.

Outlook certificate error on hosted exchange

When you want to deploy hosted Exchange/multi domain Exchange, there are several things to take in consideration.
One of the things is certificates. To be honest the only thing needed is that your certificate is valid for YOUR domain, so not the client’s. When that is the case the client will be able to connect using outlook anywhere(rpc over http) however , for the clients to be able to use the “out of office assistant” and other funtions. You need to set up an autodiscover record for THEIR domain on their dns servers.
You’d think that you’ll just create an A record of Cname pointing to your mailserver, no it’s not that easy.

If you do this, then autodiscover will work, as well as all the OOOF functions etc… But your clients will receive an annoying certificate mismatch popup everytime they start outlook!

This can’t be helped, since the client will lookup but will be retargeted to , this is why there is a certificate mismatch.
Installing the certificate won’t help and nothing else will.

The only VALID solution to this, is to make an SRV record on the client’s dns as follows:

Service: _autodiscover
Protocol: _tcp
Name: @
Priority: 0
Weight: 0
Port: 443

Then remove all the A and CNAME records for autodiscover!