- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2003 18:08:35 +0200 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Shared Hosting with Exchange 2003 (Part 1).
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: Active Directory and Exchange allows you to provide service to more 
than company without the need to build a separate domain / forest for each 
hosted company. The following article describes a simple shared hosting 
scenario where multiple sister companies are shared using the same Active 
Directory domain and can interoperate with each other.

Title: Providing Secure Remote Access for the Full Outlook MAPI Client using 
the Exchange RPC Filter
Author: Thomas Shinder
Summary: 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. Check out this article to find out how.

Title: Keep Active Directory Schema Updates Under Control (Part 2).
Author: Alex Zammit
Summary: In the first part of this article we went through the key elements at 
play when updating the schema. Verifying that all the necessary system 
requirements are in place is the first step to a successful update. In this 
part we will delve into the details of how to verify and test schema updates 
before deployment.

Title: Using Outlook 2003 to connect to Exchange 2003 using RPC over HTTPS
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: Exchange 2003 allows Outlook to connect using HTTPS and still receive 
all of the messaging features. This has been a much requested feature since 
regular RPC/MAPI was sometimes very slow or just timed out on WAN connections. 
In this article we'll see how one goes about setting this up.

Title: Implementing and Configuring Blacklist Support in Exchange Server 2003 
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: 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 will learn how blacklists work and how you can configure support 
with Exchange Server 2003.

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