MSExchange.org - Monthly Article Update

MSExchange.org - Monthly Article Update

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New articles added to MSExchange.org last month:


Title: Creating and Using Moderated Public Folders in MS Exchange Server
Author: Lee Derbyshire
Summary: Public Folders are one of the most useful features of Exchange Server. 
However, it’s possible that there are situations in which a folder’s visibility 
makes it desirable to have some extra layer of control, one final check, if you 
like, before something actually appears in full public view.  This is where 
Moderated Folders come in. In this article, I will describe how you create and 
use a moderated folder in Exchange Server.
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/articles/Creating-Using-Moderated-Public-Folders-Exchange-Server.html

Title: Why 64-Bit Is Good For E12
Author: Rodney Buike
Summary: Recently Microsoft announced that the next generation of Exchange 
server, codename E12, would ship in a 64-bit version only. This article will 
explain what 64-bit is, the benefits of moving E12 to the x64 architecture and 
what to look for when purchasing new hardware so that it will support E12 when 
it RTMs.
Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Why-64-Bit-Good-E12.html

Title: Understanding the LegacyExchangeDN
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will discuss the LegacyExchangeDN and how to use the 
free LegacyExchangeDN tool from the Microsoft website.
Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Understanding-LegacyExchangeDN.html

Title: Booking Resources with Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook System 2003 
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: After a successful implementation of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, 
the next step would be implementing lots of improvements within the working 
processes of the company and its organizational infrastructure. Many companies 
are willing to plan their company resources using Exchange and Outlook to make 
it easier for each employee to find out if a resource is already booked or 
still available.
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Booking-Resources-ExchangeServer-2003-Outlook-System-2003.html

Title: In-depth look at the Public Folder Improvements in Exchange 2003 Service 
Pack 2
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article we’ll take an in-depth look at the new Public Folder 
improvements included in Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Public-Folder-Improvements-Exchange-2003-Service-Pack-2.html

Title: Rights Management Service and Exchange 2003 (Part 3)
Author: Santhosh Sivarajan
Summary: It is time to talk about custom templates since we have discussed 
built-in Do Not Forward templates in Part 2 of this document. In this part of 
the article, I will explain the procedure of creating and using custom 
templates. I will use the following scenario to better explain the use of a 
custom template. 
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Rights-Management-Service-Exchange-2003-Part-3.html

Title: Intelligent Message Filter version 2 (IMF v2)
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article we’ll have a closer look at the new Intelligent 
Message Filter (IMF) which comes with Exchange 2003 SP2. Since IMF is included 
in Exchange 2003 SP2 it’s no longer an add-on as was the case with IMF version 
1, but has now become an integrated part of the Exchange Server 2003 product.
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Intelligent-Message-Filter-version-2-IMF-v2.html

Title: Rights Management Service and Exchange 2003 (Part 2)
Author: Santhosh Sivarajan
Summary: I hope you enjoyed <a 
href="http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Rights-Management-Service-Exchange-2003-Part1.html";>Part
 1 of my RMS document</a>. Thanks to all who sent emails. As I explained in the 
previous part of the RMS document, my focus was to explain the RMS 
functionality from an Outlook 2003 client. I received a lot of questions 
regarding RMS and Exchange integration. RMS is not integrated with Exchange so 
you don’t need to have Exchange to use RMS. You can use RMS with any RMS aware 
application but RMS does require Active Directory.
Link: 
http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Rights-Management-Service-Exchange-2003-Part2.html





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