- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 12:51:59 +0200 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Readers' Choice Awards Yearly Round Up
Author: Admin
Summary: Last year conducted a number of Readers' Choice Award 
contests to find out which products most Exchange Server administrators 
recommended. A variety of different products were listed on the site and 
visitors had a chance to cast their vote for their favorite products. Below you 
will find the winners for each repective Readers' Choice carried out during the 
previous years.


Title: Scripting Exchange Using VBScript and ADSI  (Part 2)
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: The first part of my scripting series discussed ways of accessing and 
searching for Exchange objects such as users and contacts in Active Directory. 
This second part of the series will go over creation of a new object, and over 
the most important attribute of an Exchange recipient, the e-mail address.


Title: How to Speed up an Exchange 2000 or 2003 / DC reboot
Author: Lee Derbyshire
Summary: Automatic Updates often require a reboot, and if you have a Domain 
Controller with Exchange installed on it, a reboot can take a very long time 
indeed. This article discusses why Exchange/DC shutdown takes such a long time, 
and (more importantly) what you can do about it.

Title: Understanding Exchange Databases Disk Consumption
Author: Erik Rozman
Summary: Exchange databases need disk space, once they run out of disk space 
they can not continue to function. My aim in this article is not to describe 
methods of preventing or solving the disk space problem(even though I will 
provide a tip or two)- my aim is to describe and explain the way that Exchange 
databases uses disk space.

Title: Scripting Exchange Using VBScript and ADSI  (Part 1)
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: In this article I will show you the basics of writing scripts in 
VBScript language using the ADSI interface provided by Active Directory for 
storing and retrieving Exchange information.

Title: Dealing with Outlook Internet Headers
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I’ll give you a brief introduction to Outlook Internet 
Headers. Being an Exchange Admin it’s essential you know what an Internet 
Header is and just as important know how to read it, especially in 
troubleshooting situations and when dealing with spoofed e-mail messages.

Title: Using SMTPDIAG to Diagnose Exchange 2003 Related SMTP and DNS Problems
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will give you some information about how to use 
SMTPDiag. SMTPDiag is a diagnostic tool that is used to determine if Simple 
Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and Domain Name System (DNS) are configured to 
reliably deliver mail to an external e-mail address.

Title: Adding Events to Multiple Mailboxes using Exmerge
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: Add a holiday or some other company event to all the calendars without 
sending a meeting request.

Title: Command Line-based Exchange Management using ExchMbx
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: If you're a relatively experienced Exchange Admin with several years 
in the field, at one time or another you've probably missed the capability of 
managing Exchange related tasks via the command line console (CLI), but fear 
not those days are over now that we have ExchMBX.

Title: E-mail Filtering for Exchange: SurfControl E-Mail Filter for Exchange 
2000/2003 Review
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: The purpose of this article is to give you a somewhat superficial 
review of SurfControl’s E-mail Filter for Exchange 2000/2003. Some of you might 
ask why it’s superficial; well there’s a simple answer for that, the product is 
way too comprehensive for an in-depth review, I therefore suggest you download 
your own trial version and give the product a go in your test lab, as that’s 
the only way to get a real insight into the product’s capabilities.

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