Exchange 2003 Articles

Last Updated on 29 Jan. 2009, Total: 272 Articles and Tutorials

20 High Availability & Recovery 29 Jan. 2009
70 Management & Administration 10 May 2007
27 Migration & Deployment 5 Dec. 2006
28 Mobility & Client Access 27 June 2006
18 Monitoring & Operations 3 June 2008
30 Planning & Architecture 12 Sept. 2006
46 Security & Message Hygiene 7 Dec. 2006
33 Tools 1 Feb. 2007
  1. Providing Secure Remote Access for the Full Outlook MAPI Client using the Exchange RPC Filter

    You can allow remote Outlook 2000/2002/2003 clients to connect to your Exchange Server and take advantage of the full functionality provided by the Outlook MAPI client. Unlike Outlook Web Access, full Outlook MAPI client functionality allows remote users to take advantage of the entire set of mail and groupware features provided by Exchange Server. But you must do this securely... Read More

  2. Using Outlook 2003 to connect to Exchange 2003 using RPC over HTTPS

    Using Windows 2003/XP's new RPC over HTTP feature, Outlook 2003 clients can now connect to Exchange 2003 by encapsulating regular RPC/MAPI communications in HTTPS communications... Read More

  3. Implementing and Configuring Blacklist Support in Exchange Server 2003

    Spam filtering software based on keywords, etc. is only one brick in the wall guarding against Spam; another one is to implement black- or block-list support within your messaging and collaboration environment. With the new release of Exchange, Microsoft implemented the functionality to filter every incoming email whether the sender is on a blacklist or not. Within this article you... Read More

  4. Secure Exchange Server 2003 POP3 Publishing

    Your users can access their corporate email via the POP3 protocol using the Exchange Server 2003 POP3 service. However, in order to secure user credentials and data moving between the email client and server, you have to use SSL/TLS security. Check out this article and find out how to use ISA Server 2000 to provide secure POP3 access... Read More

  5. Exchange Server 2003 Mailbox Recovery

    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... Read More

  6. Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000 - Table of Contents

    I recently finished a five part series on how to publish the Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access Web site using ISA Server 2000. The inspiration behind this series was the realization that ISA Server 2000 provides an absolutely unique ability to protect my OWA 2003 Web sites in a way that no other firewall in its class can do. Check... Read More

  7. Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000 - Part 3: SSL Bridging Drill Down and Requesting a Web Site Certificate

    We continue our series on publishing Exchange 2003 OWA sites with a drill down on SSL to SSL bridging and the importance of Web site certificate configuration. Then the steps by steps for obtaining the Web site certificate and exporting it are discussed. Come on in if your wresting with OWA publishing and certificate assignment!... Read More

  8. Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000 Part 2: Understanding SSL Bridging and Installing an Enterprise CA

    In the first part of this series on how to publish the Exchange 2003 OWA site using ISA Server 2000, we went over some of the advantages the Exchange 2003 OWA site has over previous versions and a high level overview of the steps required to make the internal Exchange 2003 OWA available to external network users via ISA Server... Read More

  9. Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000

    ISA Server 2000 is the firewall of choice when publishing Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 services. If you are running, or plan to run, Exchange 2000 or 2003 services and want to make those services available to external network users, then it behooves you replace any existing firewall setup you current have in place and use an ISA Server 2000-based... Read More

  10. Exchange 2003 Active Directory Connector Wizardry

    Migration from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 was a bit of a headache for those who tried it, especially using the early versions of ADC, the component used to synchronize Exchange 5.5 and Active Directory. Microsoft will soon release Exchange 2003, which is not a great leap in design as Exchange 2000 but basically, the same product with some additional... Read More

  11. Exchange 2003 Beta 2 – Improvements and Questions

    Exchange 2003 is supposed to be a minor upgrade of Exchange 2000, mainly delivering improvements based on customer feedback. Exchange 2000, a major leap from Exchange 5.5 had some incomplete features and stability issues. Some features have been added through services packs (STM files virus checking, fault tolerant domain controller access, and more) and some have been saved for the... Read More

  12. Email Exploit Detection - A revolutionary way of protecting networks against current and future email attacks

    An exploit uses known vulnerabilities in applications or operating systems to execute a program or code; it "exploits" a feature of a program or the operating system for its own use, such as to execute arbitrary machine code, read/write files on the hard disk, or gain illicit access... Read More

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