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Improving Coexistence between Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft Exchange     
Total Hits: 236  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Bryant      Rating:  
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Lotus Notes/Domino (or simply “Notes”) and Microsoft Exchange migrations have traditionally been painful processes. In nearly every migration, there is an amount of time where running both systems is required, especially in large scale deployments. In many cases, both systems remain indefinitely in the environment. Running concurrent Notes and Exchange systems introduces many risks, as well as limited interoperability. Microsoft provides the Notes Connector to assist with migration but recommend...

Moving the Exchange Databases in Exchange 2000     
Total Hits: 228  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Fugatt      Rating:  
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This article explains how you can move the Exchange 2000 Databases and/or the Exchange 2000 Transaction Log files to a different location. In this article I am going to walk you through the process of moving your Exchange 2000 databases to a different location. For more information about the components of the Exchange 2000 Information Store I would recommend you read Will Schmied’s article The Exchange 2000 Database Structure. When you install Exchange 2000 the default location for your database...

“Secure” your Exchange Server on the Internet for $100     
Total Hits: 237  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Bryant      Rating:  
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I know the security folks are going to tear into me for this, partly because I use the word Secure, and partly because it is not truly secure. Let me share with you some ideas on how you can install Exchange 2000 and AD and let your users connect from the Internet with their MAPI client as well as OWA. I know the security folks are going to tear into me for this, partly because I use the word Secure, and partly because it is not truly secure. Also, this is not an article for my larger Exchange c...

Exchange 2000 Monitoring and Maintenance     
Total Hits: 214  |  Today: 0Author: Zoran Radic      Rating:  
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Monitoring system activity and server performance is a necessary part of preventive maintenance for the server running Exchange 2000 Server. Through monitoring, you obtain data that you can use to diagnose system problems, plan growth, and troubleshoot problems. Monitoring system activity and server performance is a necessary part of preventive maintenance for the server running Exchange 2000 Server. Through monitoring, you obtain data that you can use to diagnose system problems, plan growth, a...

Using Public Folders to Hold Company Contacts     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Fugatt      Rating:  
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This article describes how you can setup a Public Folder in Exchange 2000 to hold company contacts, it also explains how to set the permissions on the folder and how to allow users to access the folder like an address book. One of the most under utilized features of Exchange is its ability to host Public Folders, what we are going to explore in this article is how we can use Public Folders to create a centralized repository for company contact information....

Deleted Item Recovery and Deleted Mailbox Recovery     
Total Hits: 240  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Fugatt      Rating:  
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This article describes how to use the Deleted Item Retension and Deleted Mailbox Retension feature in Exchange 2000. There are many reasons why you may need to restore your Exchange 2000 databases, however, restoring an Exchange 2000 database is not really the thing you want to be doing at 2pm on a Wednesday afternoon....

Securing Publishing of the IMAP4 Service     
Total Hits: 227  |  Today: 0Author: Thomas W Shinder M.D.      Rating:  
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Everyone knows that Exchange 2000 is the perfect mail server if you need to support thousands of users, but its also great if you have fewer than a hundred users. If you're running a small shop, you might want to save on bandwidth costs by using ISA Server and IMAP4 publishing. Publishing IMAP4 is great, but you need to do it securely. Check inside for all the details you need to make it work!...

Understanding the Co-located SMTP Servers     
Total Hits: 224  |  Today: 0Author: Thomas Shinder      Rating:  
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In the first part of this article on publishing the Exchange 2000 IMAP4 service, we went over the procedures required to make the IMAP4 service available to users on the Internet via ISA Server 2000 (ISA Server) Server Publishing Rules. In this, part 2, of our secure IMAP4 publishing series, we’ll go over the high level details required to understand the Co-located SMTP server scenario we’re building...

Product Review: eXclaimer for MS Exchange 2000     
Total Hits: 26  |  Today: 0Author: Lee Derbyshire      Rating:  
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The need for email disclaimer messages is now fairly well established. While it’s not easy to quantify the value of such things, it is indisputable that emails now constitute legal documents, and as such, are required to include a certain amount of information about the sending company, such as registration numbers, addresses, and so on. It is too early to say whether or not the legal protection offered by disclaimers has been established to everyone’s satisfaction, but many Exchange administrat...

Product Review: GFI MailEssentials 8 - Anti-Spam and Mail Monitoring     
Total Hits: 226  |  Today: 0Author: Dan DiNicolo      Rating:  
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Out of the box, most email server products provide limited monitoring, security, and anti-spam functions. In those that do, the feature set tends to be weak and seemingly implemented as an afterthought. However, the new GFI MailEssentials 8 product from GFI Software not only provides the most comprehensive anti-spam capabilities currently available, but also industrial-strength mail monitoring, the ability to add disclaimers to all outgoing messages, and more. Impressively, GFI provides many of ...

Changing the Display Order in the Exchange 2000 Address List     
Total Hits: 240  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Fugatt      Rating:  
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In this article we will look at how we can modify the DisplayName field in Active Directory to use the LastName, FirstName format, this will then ensure that the Address Lists used by your users will be sorted by LastName. For some unknown reason Microsoft decided that it would be a good idea if the Global Address Lists where formatted to sort the objects by the Display Name field in Active Directory, this on its own is not a bad idea, however, the Display Name field in Active Directory takes th...

SMTP Virtual Server Uncovered     
Total Hits: 240  |  Today: 0Author: Amit Zinman      Rating:  
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Mastering the inner workings of Exchange 2000's SMTP service can be very useful when configuring servers to deal with mail problems such SPAM attacks and virus outbreaks. This article will provide some insight into better SMTP queue management to improve your ability to cope when your queues get swamped with spam and virus outbreaks. The entire Exchange 2000 architecture is built as high end scalable system....

Configuring DNS for Exchange 2000     
Total Hits: 237  |  Today: 0Author: Amit Zinman      Rating:  
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Exchange 2000, internally, unlike traditional SMTP mail servers, does not rely on DNS MX records for mail delivery within the organization. Instead, it maintains a dynamic routing table used to transport mail around the Exchange organization. However, Exchange 2000 does depend on DNS for resolving host names, finding global catalog servers and finding other mail servers on the Internet. Also, without MX records on Internet DNSs, you wouldn't get mail from the Internet into your corporate environ...

Logging the SMTP Service     
Total Hits: 231  |  Today: 0Author: Amit Zinman      Rating:  
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SMTP logging can, at times, the key to troubleshooting many mail problems by providing valuable information regarding incoming mail. It can also be used for providing statistics on mail flow from the Internet. The following article describes the secrets of logging SMTP activities for troubleshooting and other purposes. In Exchange 5.5, logging could be done using the Event Viewer. Thankfully, SMTP logging is now provided by IIS, the foundation to Exchange 2000/3 is now separate and writes the in...

Using Public Folders to Maximize Exchange Standard Edition Use     
Total Hits: 276  |  Today: 0Author: Amit Zinman      Rating:  
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It seems that a lot of businesses today depend on the use of e-mail. E-mail accumulates, even for small businesses and when people do not know how to manage their mail things can get easily out of hand. Frequently these users are the managers of the company so they cannot be "told" to keep their mailbox light. This leads a lot of companies to break the 16GB barrier that Exchange Standard Edition (and SBS) has on the private information store. So if you're managing a small network you know that t...

Accelerating the Exchange Server shut down process     
Total Hits: 246  |  Today: 0Author: Amit Zinman      Rating:  
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What do you do when your Exchange server takes a long time to shut down? Here is a short simple way to speed up your Exchange server shutting down. You've probably encountered this before: Some Exchange servers take a long time to shutdown, more than seems reasonable, especially when the server is also a domain controller. For those of you experienced with troubleshooting Exchange quirks, you've probably browsed the newsgroups and support forums and found out that shutting down the Exchange serv...

Exchange 2000 Diagnostics Logging     
Total Hits: 227  |  Today: 0Author: Amit Zinman      Rating:  
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Diagnostics logging might be a powerful tool, especially if you know something about the inner workings of Exchange. It can also be a time saver when talking to Microsoft support services that can analyze the information and help you in a time of need. In times of trouble Exchange provides additional logging options that can help you diagnose special problems. The Event Viewer typically shows critical problems related to various Exchange system services but sometimes the information provided is ...

Exchange Server 2003 Mailbox Recovery     
Total Hits: 30  |  Today: 0Author: MSExchange.Org      Rating:  
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Presenting his first article for MSExchange.org, we are pleased to welcome Markus Klein (MCSE & MCT) to our team of authors. With the new release of Exchange Server, Microsoft provides some more ways to easily recovery a mailbox from an online backup or if it is accidentally deleted. Within this article we will have a close look at these new features. Presenting his first article for MSExchange.org, we are pleased to welcome Markus Klein (MCSE & MCT) to our team of authors. With the new release ...

BitDefender for MS Exchange 2000     
Total Hits: 56  |  Today: 0Author: www.bitdefender.com      Rating:  
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BitDefender for MS Exchange 2000 provides antivirus protection and antispam engines, deeply integrated with the Microsoft Exchange 2000 server. This product embodies the best of BitDefender technologies to create a wholly clean Exchange environment. Real time scanning of attachments and message bodies, without slowing down e-mail traffic. BitDefender for MS Exchange 2000 ensures 100% detection rate for all viruses in circulation through its powerful scanning engines from BitDefender Professional...

Exchange Server 2003 Product Overview     
Total Hits: 33  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft TechNet      Rating:  
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To compete successfully in today's challenging business climate, organizations must enable more efficient ways for knowledge workers to communicate and collaborate. E-mail is currently the most widely used collaborative technology. More businesses use Exchange Server for e-mail-based collaboration than any other product. Exchange Server 2003 enables knowledge workers to gain access to critical business communications almost whenever and wherever they need to and is designed to deliver greater se...



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