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To use encryption and digital signature features, the user must have a digital certificate — the combination of a user's certificate and public and private encryption key set.Digital certificates, also known as digital IDs, help to keep users' e-mail messages secure by letting them exchange cryptographic messages.As per Microsoft documentation, the following script can be executed in Exchange Management Shell to upload a large photo to an Exchange mailbox for a single user: $photo = ([Byte[ $(Get-Content -Path "C:\your-photo\file.jpg" -Encoding Byte -Read Count 0)) Set-User Photo -Identity "user’s Display Name" -Picture Data $photo -Confirm:$False Set-User Photo -Identity "user’s Display Name" -Save -Confirm:$False My picture in their Lync 2013 client and check if the new personal photo is already there.

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To use encryption and digital signature features, the user must have a digital certificate — the combination of a user's certificate and public and private encryption key set.

Digital certificates, also known as digital IDs, help to keep users' e-mail messages secure by letting them exchange cryptographic messages.

As per Microsoft documentation, the following script can be executed in Exchange Management Shell to upload a large photo to an Exchange mailbox for a single user: $photo = ([Byte[]] $(Get-Content -Path "C:\your-photo\file.jpg" -Encoding Byte -Read Count 0)) Set-User Photo -Identity "user’s Display Name" -Picture Data $photo -Confirm:$False Set-User Photo -Identity "user’s Display Name" -Save -Confirm:$False My picture in their Lync 2013 client and check if the new personal photo is already there.

Alternatively, you can view the large image in the browser using Exchange Web Services (EWS has to be configured properly).

Starting with the 2010 edition of Outlook, Lync and Exchange users are finally able to have their photos displayed directly in Outlook and Lync clients in conversations.

This new feature, although extremely helpful for users, brought new challenges from the infrastructure and administration point of view.

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Outlook for Mac looks for root certificates in the X509 Anchors keychain (not visible by default) and the system or login keychains on Mac OS X v10.10 (Yosemite).We probably all know these blurry images appearing in Lync 2013 clients during the Lync call.The image distortion results from the difference between the maximum image size that can be stored in the thumbnail Photo attribute in Active Directory (96×96 pixels) and the size of the photo in the Lync call window.When a new group is created, a provisioning process kicks in to create a shared Exchange Online mailbox, which is used to store contributions to group conversations as well as a shared calendar.Share Point Online is also involved as it provides a shared document library, which includes a shared One Note notebook.