- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 12:00:39 +0100 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Configuring ISA Server 2000 to Support Outlook 2003 RPC over HTTP - Part 
1: Preparing the Infrastructure and Configuring the Front-End Exchange Server
Author: Thomas Shinder
Summary: Exchange Server 2003 allows Outlook 2003 clients installed on Windows 
XP Service Pack 1 and above full MAPI client access to Exchange Server 2003 
resources using the new RPC over HTTP protocol. RPC over HTTP allows the RPC 
commands required for full Outlook 2003 MAPI client access to be wrapped or 
"encapsulated" in an HTTP header and passed through proxies that allow outbound 
HTTP/HTTPS (SSL). ISA Server 2000 is the ideal firewall to provide the highest 
level of protection for your Exchange Servers while at the same time allowing 
the rich functionality the Outlook RPC over HTTP client provides. Check out 
part 1 of this series on how to configure the ISA firewall to allow secure RPC 
over HTTP connections to your Exchange 2003 Server.

Title: Microsoft Live Communication Server (LCS)
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2003 is a manageable and 
extensible instant messaging server (IMS) that provides a real-time 
collaboration solution. It enables corporations to reach, collaborate, and 
respond to information more quickly as compared to telephones and e-mail. In 
this article we'll walk you through the steps that are involved while 
installing and configuring the Live Communications Server.

Title: Implementing Outlook Web Access with Exchange Server 2003
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: Following the implementation of Exchange Server in a company it is 
often desirable connect to users mailboxes using Web Access. Especially with 
the new release of Exchange Server it is quite interesting to use OWA because 
you have nearly all the functionality as Microsoft Office Outlook 2003. Within 
this article we provide a detailed step-by-step guide for implementing Outlook 
Web Access. Priority will be given to security issues at every stage of the 

Title: Dealing with Localization of Outlook Folders
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: This article provides a few tips and tricks for making sure that 
Outlook folders are using the language you want when Exchange is involved.

Title: Imanami?s Data Transformation Manager (DTM)
Author: Lee Derbyshire
Summary: Imanami?s Data Transformation Manager (DTM) is a utility for 
synchronizing Active Directory or GAL records with an external data source.  
Here, we see how it might be used in a typical MS Exchange scenario.

Title: Outlook Mobile Access (OMA) in Exchange Server 2003
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: Marc Grote presents his first article for and we are 
pleased to welcome him on board. Exchange 2003 provides a new cool Feature 
called Outlook Mobile Access (OMA). OMA allows users to access Exchange data by 
using mobile devices. Exchange 2003 provides two services for mobile users: 
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and Microsoft Outlook Mobile Access. This article 
is based on Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition (Build 3790), Exchange 2003 
Enterprise RTM and the Mobile Browser Simulator / Gateway from Nokia.

Title: Testing Mail Flow using Outlook Express
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: Sometimes, in order to troubleshoot mail problems you can use a handy 
tool installed on every Windows 2000/2003 server, Outlook Express. Outlook 
Express is a powerful SMTP diagnostic tool. It's availability on almost all 
mail servers and workstations makes it easy to play Sherlock Holmes finding 
clues regarding mail problems.

Title: Configuring a Spam and Attachment Filtering SMTP Relay on the ISA Server 
2000 Firewall - Part 1: Installing and Configuring the SMTP Services and Remote 
Author: Thomas Shinder
Summary: Spam is a major threat to the Internet and corporate networks today. 
Spam clogs Internet routers and gateways, usurps bandwidth on corporate 
Internet links, and consumes processor cycles and disk space on corporate SMTP 
relays and mail servers. Criminal spammers are using increasingly sophisticated 
techniques to circumvent spam filtering applications. The more complex the 
spammer?s attack methodologies used to avoid detection, the more processor 
intensive the spam whacking applications must be. These processor cycles are 
robbed from other applications and services running on the same machine and 
often require that you dedicate a single box to spam filtering. This two part 
article shows you with detailed step by step instructions on how to make your 
ISA Server 2000 firewall into a front-end spam filtering SMTP relay.

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