- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 12:00:58 -0400 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: A Look at the Exchange Monitor 2003 Tool
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I will show you how, with the help of a little 3rd 
party tool, you can monitor your Exchange 2003 server as well as the Exchange 
services running on it. It’s also possible to stop, start and restart services 
as well as enable and disable them. In addition, you can see the version and 
build numbers of the Exchange Servers.

Title: Designing Outlook Forms (Part 2)
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: In the first part of the article, I concentrated on the very basics of 
using Outlook Forms by creating a sample Help Desk application. In this article 
we will learn how to improve the form's GUI and use form automation to improve 
the accessibility and usability of Outlook Forms.

Title: Dual or Pass-Through Authentication in an Exchange 2003 
Front-End/Back-End Setup
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article, I will explain the differences between using dual and 
pass-through authentication in an Exchange 2003 front-end/back-end setup, where 
forms-based authentication isn’t enabled, and where the required Exchange 
services aren’t published through an ISA Server located on the perimeter 
network (aka DMZ, demilitarized zone or screened subnet).

Title: Free/Busy Folders in Exchange Server 2003 in Depth
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: With every Exchange Server environment, you as the administrator have 
to deal with the free/busy functionality and its problems. To understand how 
this works and what you have to consider in projects and processes, this 
article will dive a little bit deeper into this topic. We will have a close 
look at the system folder itself and how to deal with this topic during 
migrations and normal work troubleshooting topics.

Title: Offline Address Book Integrity (OABInteg) Utility Explained
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I’ll introduce you to the Offline Address Book 
Integrity (OABInteg) utility, which can be of great help when troubleshooting 
Offline Address Book (OAB) generation issues as well as OAB download issues.

Title: Migrating from Notes Domino to Exchange 2003 using the Exchange Notes 
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: In the past, lots of companies used Notes Domino Server as their 
primary messaging platform but, with the release of Exchange Server 2003, a lot 
of them are thinking of migrating to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. There are 
many 3rd party vendors selling migration tools for migrating Notes to Exchange 
but only few of them really have their own tool. A lot of these tools are 
add-ons relying on the Exchange Notes Connector. This means you should have a 
good idea of how it works and how it has to be configured. Within this article 
you will get a deep drill-down on the step-by-step migration process using the 

Title: Public Folder Replication – Troubleshooting Basics
Author: Neil Hobson
Summary: Public folders are important to Exchange because not only do they 
contain user data, they also contain important system information required for 
the smooth operation of your Exchange environment. Replicating these folders 
between Exchange servers can sometimes be troublesome and so in this article I 
want to look at the initial steps you can take to troubleshoot your public 
folder replication issues.

Title: Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 BETA (build 7623.0) Exposed
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I will go through the most interesting fixes, 
improvements as well as new features included in Exchange 2003 SP2. I will also 
take a look at some of the features we can expect to come with the Messaging 
and Security Feature Pack for Windows Mobile 5.0, which in conjunction with 
Exchange 2003 SP2 enable a faster, richer, and more secure mobile Outlook 
experience for your mailbox-enabled Windows Mobile 5.0 users.

Title: SSL Enabling OWA 2003 Using a Free 3rd Party Certificate
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I’ll explain how it’s possible to secure OWA 2003 with 
a free 3rd party SSL certificate. Yes that’s right, free, like in “permanently 
free”, not some kind of 30 day trial period.

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