- Monthly Article Update

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  • To: "ExchangeList" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 13:52:26 +0100 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Changing the Display Order in the Exchange 2000 Address List
Summary: 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.

Title: - New Network Software Directory Launched
Summary: We're pleased to announce the launch of <A 
href=''></a>, a directory of server 
based software for your Windows 2000/NT & .NET network. A no frills site that 
gives administrators and decision makers just what they need - reliable 
software listings in over 75 categories including "Patch Management", "Email 
Encryption" and "Backup Software". You'll be able to read about other user's 
experiences with the software listed or you can post your own comments. The 
site will be continuously updated with new listings so make 
your first stop when you need to find a software solution that's right for your 

Title: Launches Anti Spam Section
Summary: With email abuse exponentially increasing, and with no extensive 
source of information on the subject, we've decided to set up our own mini-site 
in order to help anyone who's interested in combating spam on their servers. 
The section will be continuously updated with the latest spam news, software, 
related links and information from a wide variety of sources to cover the 
different technologies being employed by anti spam vendors as well as providing 
a glimpse at what the future holds in store for spam filtering.

Title: Product Review: eXclaimer for MS Exchange 2000
Summary: The need for email disclaimer messages is now fairly well established, 
yet there is still no built-in facility for configuring them in Exchange 2000. 
For this review, I have chosen to look at eXclaimer, a product that receives 
regular mention in the Exchange Usenet newsgroups.

Title: Product Review: GFI MailEssentials 8 - Anti-Spam and Mail Monitoring 
Summary: 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 the product's 
best features as freeware, making GFI MailEssentials 8 a must-evaluate product 
for administrators of both large and small networks alike.

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