SBS And Exchange 2003 Email
I have a client with SBS 2003 and exchange. They had a bad HDD (it held the exchange .edb and .stm files).
I installed the new HDD, configured Exchange to use the new HDD for the files but I did not mount it when it was done because I was in a rush.
I came back into their office first thing in the morning and mounted the volume. However, they did not get any emails during the night.
My question is: The emails that were sent to them, are they gone forever? Did they get bounced back to their senders? If not, can they be recovered?
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Windows 2003 SBS + Exchange, Offline Address List
There was a black out recently and our UPS didn't kick in properly. The server was turned back on and the workstations logged in the domain controller. When running Outlook I noticed it wasn't receiving any emails. I tried to open an old message and it said:
"Can't open mail"
Also I tried to delete one of the spam messages and it came up with an error some thing like cannot delete and it may be moved some where. Outlook came up with errors like:
Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x8004010F) : 'The operation failed. An object could not be found.'"
I also noticed some Calender events won't open. I now suspect some thing wrong with Exchange. I googled around and it seem to be related to "Offline Address List" problems. I tried a registry fix:
"Create DWORD "OAL post full if diff fails" CurrentControlSetServicesMSExchangeSAParametersOAL post full if diff fails' and setting it to 1 on this server. When OALGen next generates the offline address list, clients will perform a full OAB download. After that time, the registry key should be removed to prevent further full downloads."
Restarted the server then went to Exchange System Manager, Recepients, Offline Address List and right click on Default Offline Address List then clicked Rebuild. I checked Event Viewer again and saw some error messages:
WARNING: OALGen encountered an error while generating the binpatch.oab file for differential downloads of address list 'Global Address List'. Clients will not be able to incrementally update to the new version of the offline address list, they will perform a full download instead. This is normal if this is the first time this offline address list has been generated. Check other logged events to see if this is a serious error.
- Offline Address List
ERROR: OALGen encountered error 80004005 (internal ID 50303dc) accessing the public folder store while generating the offline address list for address list 'Global Address List'.
- Offline Address List
2 x ERROR: OALGen encountered an error while generating the changes.oab file for version 2 and 3 differential downloads of address list 'Global Address List'. The offline address list has not been updated so clients will not be able to download the current set of changes. Check other logged events to find the cause of this error.
If the cause of the problem was intentional or cannot be resolved, OALGen can be forced to post a full offline address list by creating the DWORD registry key 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesMSExchangeSAParametersOAL post full if diff fails' and setting it to 1 on this server. When OALGen next generates the offline address list, clients will perform a full OAB download. After that time, the registry key should be removed to prevent further full downloads.
- Offline Address List
2 x ERROR: OALGen encountered error 80004005 (internal ID 5020114) accessing the public folder store while generating the offline address list for address list 'Global Address List'.
- Offline Address List
Windows 2003 SBS And Vista Gotchas
Well, my company got a Windows 2003 Small Business Server and most of our workstations were running Windows Vista. Now I ran into some issues I thought I'd document for the benefit of those attempting connections of Vista Business and up workstations to a Windows 2003 Small Business Server:
Windows 2003 Small Business Server Vista and Outlook 2007 Compatibility Upgrade
Before you throwing your Vista clients at your Windows 2003 Small Business Server, you're going to need to make sure you have the Windows Vista and Outlook 2007 compatibility update as outlined by KB926505, the knowledge base entry on Vista and Windows 2003 SBS. This will require a restart of the server to fully apply the effects of the patch.
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Now, you add your users through the Server Management tool, and it tells you to run [url]on the client workstation to setup the process. Before you do this, you need to separate out your systems with existing users (and thus profiles) and your systems with no established users. For the ones that have existing users, you'll need to install a Win32_UserProfile WMI patch. If you don't apply this patch, then you can't migrate your local PC user settings to the Windows 2003 SBS associated user when you run the setup (Unless you install the patch, then re-run the wizard).
Running the connection wizard
Okay, so let's say your server is named SBS2003, now you point your client workstation to [url]and you'll be asked for the username and password of an existing user on the Windows 2003 SBS. Enter it in and 2 things can happen:
Runs without a hitch
You get an error about copying Client Setup files
Now here's the painful one. There's a number of ways to approach this issue, so be sure to go through them all:
Point your DNS servers to the Windows 2003 SBS and ONLY the Windows 2003 SBS. This solved my particular issue.
You may have an issue with required encryption in IIS. See this post for a possible solution.
You may have an issue with TCP offload. Check this post for more information. Basically you need to disable it.
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I found my workstations couldn't see network machines after I attached them to the network. Trying to turn on Network Discovery in the Network Sharing Center seemed to fail. To rectify this, I took 2 steps:
Enabled Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) for the domain to get my network map. You'll also need to make sure LLTD is enabled on your NIC properties as well (in the form of a checked box).
I had to turn on Network Discovery and File and Printer Sharing in the Windows Firewall settings. To do this I did: Control Panel
Bring up the exceptions tab
Make sure Network Discovery and File and Printer Sharing were enabled
Then viola, network thar she blows. Also, I found that when I shared directories on the Windows 2003 SBS and the client had permissions to access the share, it wouldn't showup until I went to the Publish tab in the share's properties on the server and made it published on active directory. After doing that and refreshing my Windows 2003 SBS showed up in the Network.
Mysql,php And Windows Sbs 2003
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Windows 2003 + Lightweight Exchange + Atom
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Licensing :: Windows 2003 And Exchange Server
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Troubleshooting Tips On IIS6 And An Exchange 2003 Server
Customer wants to move his website in-house along with his email. The hardware guy installed a windows 2003 64-bit exchange server. I logged in with logmein and created a directory c:Inetputwwwroot hewebsite. Copied iisstart.html to the new dir. Put the company name in the iisstart file. Opened IIS6. Went to properties of the default website and pointed to the new directory on the home dir page. Added iisstart.html the Documents page and moved it to the top. Closed everything. Opened Internet Explorer 7 and put in http://localhost. All worked well. Brought up the new start page. Opened IE7 on my pc and put there ip address in and it also brought up the new webpage (tested the port 80 in the router). Said we were ready to go.
The hardware guy sent me an email stating that he was having problems with the 64-bit version and took the server back to the 32-bit version of windows exchange server. I logged back in with logmein and followed the same exact steps as above but it will not show the new webpage. Am getting a page not found error.
I have done the above on several 2003 servers and several xp pro machines. Always works.
Have done one 2003 exchange server. Went to a couple of those servers and made sure the default website settings were exactly the same as the ones that work. Still no help.
Downloaded an iis6 troubleshooting program from microsoft but cannot locate the error. I have been studying the II6 documentation and 2003 exchange server documentation. Went thru all the tutorials in google on iis6 and exchange I can find no help.
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Something like intermedia, but with servers located in UK.
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For example if I received an email and it was converted into a htm file and the body of the email was deleted so only the attachment existed which included the email.
There is no trend to this as sometimes it happens and on other occasions it doesn’t.
Besides this when I receive a read receipt many of these are converted to a normal email. I know this can happen from the senders side but I know for sure that some of the read receipts received should include outlooks read receipt icon although this is not happening. Is this something to do with exchange or my outlook installation.
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SBS 2000 External IP Change
to change the external IP address on a Windows SBS 2000 server running Exchange. Is there a wizard to handle changes to the NIC, Exchange, etc, all at once? Or do I have to go into each one and change the settings?
Also, does anyone know of a good guide for doing this that might be posted on the Internet? I looked but could not find anything.
Just today we started having some problems with our exchange server...everything was working fine until around 10:00 A.M this morning.
We've started getting sporadic reject messages from people that we have always been able to email in the past.
These are a few of the NDR's we've received.
There was a SMTP communication problem with the recipient's email server.
Please contact your system administrator.
<mail.uaminc.com #5.5.0 smtp;550 not local host baronintl.com, not a gateway>
The following recipient(s) could not be reached:
Spot Marketing on 1/11/2008 12:39 PM
You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For assistance, contact your system administrator.
<mail.uaminc.com #5.7.1 smtp;550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for **@spotaviation.com" ******@spotaviation.com>
The following recipient(s) could not be reached:
*****@Tracercorp.com" ***@Tracercorp.com on 1/11/2008 9:24 AM
There was a SMTP communication problem with the recipient's email server.
Please contact your system administrator.
<mail.uaminc.com #5.5.0 smtp;530 authentication required for relay (#5.7.1)>
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We have GFI Mail essentials installed with SPF records turned on.
We have reverse dns setup through Time Warner Telecom for our IP.
I can send email to my hotmail address, but yahoo rejects it.
I've checked dnsstuff.com and dnsreport.com and we're not on any blacklists.
I'm not exactly sure where else to look.
These mail servers rejecting our email are not from just 1 ISP or 1 mail server, these are from companies in different states/countries.
I currently host exchange 2003 and we are in the process of building up an exchange 2007 solution. Anybody have any links or whitepapers on the setup? I am stumbling on some permission issues - particluarly with the address lists - with the new exchange server roles.
Exchange Hosting Or Something Else
I've seen various companies offering Microsoft Exchange hosting but I'm not sure if this is what I need to go with or not. Let me explain what I'm wanting to do and maybe someone can give me a yay or nay on it. I have a desktop and a laptop running Outlook that I would like to be able to sync together with a web-based server. I also have a Treo 750 cell phone that I want to have my calendar and tasks synced as well with the web-based server.
For example: I add an appointment on my desktop computer and it syncs with the web server. When the web server gets it, it syncs to my cell phone via ActiveSync. Right now I'm using the free version of Mail2Web which doesn't support Outlook syncing. (I have to manually enter the data on the website interface and then it will sync via Activesync to my phone.) They do have a paid version starting at $11.95/mo that will supposedly do what I'm wanting to do with Outlook, but I'm not sure if this is overkill for what I need or not. Again I don't really need to sync email, just my calendar and tasks.
So do I need a full blown exchange hosting provider or is there some software (other than Exchange) that I can install on my Windows VPS that will do what I'm looking to do?
What's the best way to move exchange? Tried exmerge but it's bad, i.e. loss ratio. Tried export / import but not good with 50+ boxes, too slow that way.
What's the best way to move exchange from server to server (different domains / networks)
What would be the best way to replicate two exchange servers across a WAN? I would like to run exchange but in two different physical locations for redundancy and backup purposes, to ensure if one goes down, the other is right there. Is there any good commercial solutions?
Exchange 2007 Kerberos
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The reason for the error you are getting is a bug in MS Exchange 2007. The exact reason is, Exchange server falsely advertises that it support Kerberos authentication even when it is configured not to use Kerberos. This causes the fetch request to fail from PHP as PHP-imap always tries to use Kerberos first.
The workaround to this issue is either to use a different mail server or compile PHP without Kerberos support(in that case it will simply ignore Exchange's erroneous behavior regarding Kerberos).
If possible you may setup a secondary mail server (Non exchange 2007) and forward the required emails there and configure help desk to fetch the emails from the secondary email server(non-exchange 2007) instead of your Exchange server 2007.
Server 2008 And Exchange
i have Server 2008 X64 but its blocking my from installing exchange server 2003 and 2008. either one i try i get the error saying it's not compatible.
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Exchange 2007 Setup
ive set up Exchange 2007 on WS2008. I have a domain "fasterfasterfaster.net"
its nameservers are changed correctly and is pointing to the right IP address including the @ and CNAME records.
the mx record is set to mail.fasterfasterfaster.net
my DC is called "faster.local"
in the org configuration > hub transport, I have accepted domains:
also in the org config, there is an internet send connector. its FQDN is mail.fasterfasterfaster.net.
for the Server config > hub transport:
Client is enabled with the FQDN: mail.fasterfasterfaster.net and permission groups enabled:
Anonymous, exchange users, exchange servers and legacy exchange servers
the Default is enabled with its FQDN to machineName.faster.local and same permission groups as above.
problem is, I am unable to recieve any emails (no bouncebacks)
And when I send email from an exchange account, the recipient recieves it from firstname.lastname@example.org
Exchange Access Via Domain
I have an exchange 2003 server. You can access OWA via the browser by using the IP address of the line the server sits on.
How do I go about converting this IP address into a domain so exchange server 2003 is accessible via [url]or [url]
Domain And Exchange Hosting
I'm currently with 1and1 - obviously they suck - no need to belabor that here. I've been resisting a hosting switch, but the outages are more and more frequent, and my website is my livlihood. Need recommendations for web/MySql hosting and also hosting for a single Exchange account. Does not have to be the same company. Price is not a huge issue - I'm willing to pay for quality. Requirements are basic; about 3-5 GB of file storage, SQL 4 and 5, linux server. Shared server is fine. Any recommendations? Don't really trust the "review" sites.
Some kind of moving assistance/support would be GREAT. I've managed to muddle through and set all this stuff up over the years, but am not at all confident of my ability to move it all without screwing up. Includes 3 active databases, several sites, SSL cert (currently purchased through 1&1 but it looks like they farmed it out to geotrust), and exchange mailbox.
Exchange Features Becoming Standardized
This has been a topic that has been slowly developing without too much in the way of discussion. Exchange has been the killer email solution now for years - it's integration with Outlook, its sleek webmail and support for mobile devices and push email is almost unbeatable. THe only problem is your stuck in a windows environment and have killer licensing costs associated with the priveledge of using it.
We run a web hosting service down here in New Zealand where the market isn't quite as cut throat as in places like the US and that is reflected in prices. Hosted exchange accounts sit around $30NZ per month per email inbox, quite high considering our median income is around $30,000NZ.
I think this has priced the service out of the rich of small/medium sized businesses and as a result many people here don't know of or use the features which could radically improve their email experience.
<< removed >> after days of searching I came across Smartermail and its support for syncml. << removed >>
From what I see, it seems that the collaboration and integration exchange has such as in calendar/contacts/tasks is becoming standardized accross mail servers.
Do people think that in the future these features will become a standardized feature of most mail servers?
Unlimited Exchange Mailbox
i was pinged a few times asking why dont we support unlimited Exchange Mailbox where as lots of providers do.
I took the question to our Product team and here is what they shared with me, which i thought to extend to my friends here...
1. The primary reason for not having an unlimited mailbox size is the possibility of runaway mailbox growth. There are several scenarios, such as a Denial of Service attack, an auto-reply rule storm, a runaway automated process, or some other unforeseen event that can generate hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of email addresses to a single mailbox (or group of mailboxes), having it grow to astronomical proportions (100’s of gigabytes) in a very short time. We have seen this happen multiple times that we come in to help clean up. A runaway email box (or boxes) can quickly and easily expand to consume all of the available storage and resources of the mailbox server, and severely cripple availability for all other users of the system. (This impacts ALL customers on the hosted environment)
2. Secondarily, if we allow unlimited mailbox growth and the customer is charged for storage, this can result in an unexpectedly large bill.
3. Some providers who claim to offer “unlimited” mailbox size are actually offering an “arbitrary maximum” mailbox size. If you dig into their SLAs they state that there is a “functional limit”, which they do not define, and they also state that mailboxes should not be used as archives, which implies that if/when users reach this undefined functional limit, older items are the ones that get deleted/purged. So, none of our competitors actually offer unlimited mailboxes, just undefined, arbitrary mailbox limits.
4. As an Exchange mailbox gets larger, it becomes more and more difficult for a user to manage and use. This issue applies regardless of server configurations or resources – it is a matter of the complexity of having the Outlook client manage multiple gigabytes of mailbox storage and the corresponding tens or hundreds of thousands of individual messages.
WS Domain & Exchange
I WILL be install WS2003 EE R2 on a dedicated server.
However, I will make this into a DC/AD so I can install Exchange and serve the system as a Webserver. All that's fine
But the question during the creation of an DC props up.
I have 2 domains. I will also have 2 dedicated IP's.
Now, lets say I have domains www.aaa.com and www.bbb.com
1) Would I Install and configure DNS on this server? Remember, this is a dedicated server located in a datacenter somewhere with their infrastructure in place.
2) Would I need to configure anything in the LAN settings? Should I just leave everything to automatically detect IP and DNS Servers? (No other computer will be joining this domain)
anything else I should be aware of?
ok, now I have those domain names, I would need to update the DNS Records from the web hoster right? So I would need to update the NS records (The place I purchased the domain from)
Now, since I will be creating several user accounts here, these user accounts will be for email addresses.
1) Is it possible to have 2 domains on this 1 exchange server? I'm guessing not? (I dont have knowledge about exchange)
2) What about configuring an exchange server? How would I say create an email address like "email@example.com"? So this email account would then be able to send/recieve email?
Enom Hosted Exchange
i have a domain with enom.
the nameservers point to my server.
i now want to use enoms hosted exchange service for this domain, but retain the website on my webspace.
how would this work, using my own webspace and enoms hosted exchange?
do enom take care of it all for you?
Running Exchange Server
can someone here help me setup/configure exchange server? I really have no idea but interested in doing so on my dedicated server.
I just want to know how to say, setup email accounts/web access.
Right now, just installed WS2003 EE R2 with updates and installing other things too like SQL Server 2005/AV/ISA Server
I take it I need to make the machine into a domain?
I have 2 IP Addresses assigned to me. and I have 2 domains, so I'm thinking about configuring each domain for an IP Address.
I would ideally like to have email addresses for both domains but going to test it on 1 domain first before proceeding onwards.
It would be appreciated if someone could just jot down on how to go about setting up Exchange, how to configure it...and pretty much it. I will be using Exchange 2003 Enterprise
Can anyone recommend a host that specializes in reliable Microsoft Exchange e-mail hosting that includes the web client?
Or optionally, a business that specalizes in reliable e-mail hosting along with collaborative web features.
Or finally, can anyone recommend a collaboration web software that could be installed on a UNIX/Linux server that already offers IMAP?
Didn't really see a forum that this question would fit in, so figured I'd put it in the forum with the experts.
Exchange 2007 Hosting
i am currently seeking exchange 2007 hosting. i need a host that accepts paypal? could any off you point me to some hosts.
i no web2mail offers it but is a bit expensive $15 a month.
Link Exchange Script
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Setting Up An Exchange Server
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I Want To Resell MS-Exchange Hosting. Where Do I Go?
to provide MS-Exchange hosted accounts. (The ones with the free copy of MS-Exchange.)
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Microsoft Exchange Vs @Mail
A new client of mine used Microsoft Exchange to check their emails online... I run @Mail, and am just wondering is this an ok trade off? Or is Exchange something entirely different to just WebMail... I'm worried that it might be but aren't sure...
Exchange To Me In Layman's Terms
I understand how it works because I use it at my full-time job.
But in the web design business one of my clients has expressed interest in setting up exchange service so they can access their webmail and calenders, etc., from home PC's.
i currently am hosted on Hostgator. I can create a subdomain webmail.thisclient.com --> then what? Do I just upload the ecxhange server ( I have the software) to the website? What else do I need to do?
I have never implemented an exchange system before. If it is too complicated I will just source it out if the client decides to go ahead with it.
Any advice? Again, really not sure of how it operates. Can I even do this through hostgator or do I need a specific host?
Exchange Server Backup
We are currently using Veritas BackupExec to backup our in-house Exchange Server. However, we ALWAYS get some type of error when using this program, whether its the "Advanced Open File" piece of the program, or just what it calls a "corrupt email," I'm fed up with it. Does anyone have any suggestions for a sub-$100 program that can backup everything Exchange (database, emails, etc.) and has open file protection (for backing up system files, etc.)?
Setting Up A MS Exchange 2007 Server
setting up a MS Exchange 2007 server for my office/part time employees and wondering how would i go about this?
How does mail automatically in my case get pushed to iphone, do i have to connect my exchange server with a phone provider or something?
Server Redundancy And Hosting Exchange..
I have two questions that hopefully someone will be able to help me out with. The first, is my partner and I want to provide server redundancy for our clients. Our set-up is as follows: two identical servers with multiple virtual machines (about 4) on each. One for SQL, one for IIS, etc. We also have a ServerIron XL to connect the two together and provide replication and load balancing. So the question is, has anyone here used a ServerIron XL and how easy is it to use/how effective is it? The second question is, we would like to provide our clients with hosted Exchange. I have set up and maintained a few Exchange 2007 servers, but only for a single company with a single domain. What would be the best way to go about providing a hosted Exchange solution?
MS CRM Dynamics + Exchange + Sharepoint
into setting up a CRM Dynamics 4.0 + Exchange + Sharepoint server.
Are there companies who specialize in setting this up? I've tried a couple times, but just can't seem to get it configured 100% and working.
We have all of the licenses for it, we just need someone familiar with the setup to do it for us.
Active Directory, Exchange, And Forward Mail
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I usually use contacts to forward mail, but that only appears to work for external addresses, and not for internal addresses (ie, mydomain.com)
Windows Hosting With IMAP Idle / Exchange
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Windows with .NET 2.0/3.5 and AJAX installed
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MS Exchange Server 2007 - Security &
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452 4.3.1 Insufficient system resources
Connection to host lost.
After googling around, I found the solution, I changed the settings xml file and now I have to restart the service but I can't seem to find the "Restart Service" option in the EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSOLE?
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How Do You Debug A Pblm Using W2003 W/exchange And Iis
This is a new installation. A windows 2003 exchange server. They want to host their own website. I am using the default website. I continually get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" error when I put in [url]or 127.0.0.1
I did not install the software - Just asked to get the website up and working. Uses IE7 and IIS6.
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The error I get in the httperr log is: "2009-03-30 20:01:10 - - - - - - - - - 1_Connections_Refused -". That is the only error message I can find.
I have stopped the iis service and restarted it. I have deleted all in ie7 settings. I have rebooted several times.
I downloaded ISS diagnostic tools from microsoft and ran the authentication tool. I get
logon failed Path:W3SVC/1/ROOT
The current configuration requires IIS subauthentication. However, the IIS subauthentication component, iissuba.dll, is not currently configured. Path:W3SVC/1/ROOT
The current configuration uses IIS subauthentication for anonymous authentication. This requires that the worker process be configured to run as the Local System identity, which is not recommended for security reasons. Path:W3SVC/1/ROOT
Failed to get URL Path:W3SVC/1/ROOT
I am at a loss as to how to proceed. They want the site up today. I have been working on this since 10 AM. Pulling my hair out.
Webhost That Supports Microsoft Exchange Server
webhost that supports Microsoft exchange server
I have a client who needs a solid webhost that supports MS exchange server for his email.
I usually recommend Bluehost , but I guess they donĂ˘Â€Â™t do this. Quick turnaround time on email tech issues (2-4 hours) and phone support is also needed. The client is definitely a phone person.
It should be Wordpress friendly. My CMS that I'm using is actually Textpattern, but most people don't know it so I just opt for the default popular version, Wordpress.
At the minimum, it should support; PHP 4.3+