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    • Installing Exchange Server 2003

      Installing Exchange Server 2003

      Preparing for Exchange Server 2003 Installation Before you can install Exchange Server 2003 you have to perform the activities discussed in this section of the Article. The following Windows services must be installed and enabled: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) service World Wide Web service Microsoft ASP.NETMicrosoft .NET Framework

    • Managing Exchange Server Connectivity Across Firewalls

      Managing Exchange Server Connectivity Across Firewalls

      Using Firewalls To Prevent Unauthorized Access The method, by which you can physically secure the network, is through the usage of firewalls. While firewalls provide some level of physical security, you should bear in mind that firewalls are just barriers which make it difficult for intruders to attack the network. Firewalls are categorized as follows:

    • Configuring Exchange Server 2003 Administrative Permissions

      Configuring Exchange Server 2003 Administrative Permissions

      Understanding Exchange Server 2003 Administrative Groups With Exchange Server 2003, an administrative group is a collection of Exchange Server 2003 objects. Here, Exchange Server 2003 objects are grouped for the intent of delegating permissions and managing permissions. An administrative group can be created to support different administrative models: Centralized. Decentralized. Mixed administrative model. The Exchange

    • How to Delete an Exchange Server Mail Box

      How to Delete an Exchange Server Mail Box

      Deleting a Microsoft Exchange Server mail box is a relatively simple five step process. However, it is important to note that the mailbox will remain connected for thirty days after deletion. This is called the “mailbox retention period,” during which users can reconnect their mailbox if needed. Deleting a mailbox will not permanently remove it

    • Configuring and Managing SMTP Transport

      Configuring and Managing SMTP Transport

      Understanding SMTP Connections and Commands The process that occurs to establish a connection between a SMTP client and SMTP server is illustrated below: The SMTP client initiates a TCP connection to SMTP server. The SMTP server replies with a ready response – 220 response. The SMTP client sends a helo command to indicate that a

    • Understanding Outlook Web Access Client

      Understanding Outlook Web Access Client

      New features in Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) is used to send and receive e-mail through the Web. Outlook Web Access 2003 includes different levels of feature availability or user modes. Some OWA 2003 features are only available in premium mode. The different OWA 2003 user modes are: Premium mode –

    • Installing Exchange Server 2003 Clusters

      Installing Exchange Server 2003 Clusters

      Microsoft Cluster Service Overview Microsoft Clustering Server (MSCS), initially launched in the Windows NT Server Enterprise Edition, enabled organizations to increase server availability for mission critical resources by grouping multiple physical servers into a cluster. Servers in the cluster are referred to as nodes, while services and applications are referred to as resources. A cluster

    • Configuring and Maintaining Exchange Server 2003 Virtual Servers

      Configuring and Maintaining Exchange Server 2003 Virtual Servers

      Configuring Exchange Virtual Server Settings Exchange System Manager can be used to create new Exchange Server 2003 virtual servers. A Protocols container exists below each server object. Expand the nodes in the console tree of Exchange System Manager to view this. Each Internet protocol is signified by a different container. Any related virtual protocol servers

    • Exchange Server 2003 Maintenance and Management Activities

      Exchange Server 2003 Maintenance and Management Activities

      Managing the Different Server Roles The different roles that can be configured for Exchange Server 2003 are listed here: Mailbox Store server (back-end server): The mailbox store server is mainly responsible for the following functions: Storing of messages of mail-enabled users. Storing attachments. Storing files and folders. Managing the mailbox store server includes configurations and

    • Managing Exchange Server 2003 Mailboxes

      Managing Exchange Server 2003 Mailboxes

      Management Tools for Administering Exchange Server 2003 The Active Directory Users and Computers Management Console The Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in is extended to support the management of mailbox configurations and settings. The Active Directory Users and Computers management console is the central tool used for creating and managing user account and computer account

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