MSExchange.org - Monthly Article Update Hi ExchangeList, New articles added to MSExchange.org last month: Title: OWA 2003 Caveats when Deploying Windows XP SP2 in Your Organization Author: Henrik Walther Summary: In this article I will show you some of the caveats you run into when deploying Windows XP SP2 in an organization where your users rely on the Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 client, and because many of the security enhancements included in Windows XP SP2 have been made to Internet Explorer (IE) there are plenty. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/OWA-2003-Caveats-Deploying-Windows-XP-SP2.html Title: Simulating Stress for your Exchange 2003 Hardware using LoadSim 2003 Author: Amit Zinman Summary: This article deals with testing a brand new Exchange server hardware in a lab environment by simulating Outlook activity. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Simulating-Stress-Exchange-2003-LoadSim.html Title: Explaining Exchange 2003 Http Access (Part 2) Author: Paul Baldwin Summary: Outlook Web Access, Outlook Mobile Access and Exchange ActiveSync all use HTTP methods to access Exchange 2003. This article describes the mechanisms behind these features and explains why the features can sometimes be so awkward to configure. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Exchange-2003-Http-Access-Part2.html Title: Using WinRoute to determine the Routing status of your Exchange organization Author: Marc Grote Summary: In this article I will give you some information about how to determine the Routing status of your Exchange organization with the help of the WinRoute tool. WinRoute is a Microsoft Exchange Server 2000/2003 tool that you can use to determine the link state routing (LST) information that is known to the routing group master. You can use this tool for troubleshooting Message Routing in Exchange 200x environments. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/WinRoute-Routing-status-Exchange-organization.html Title: Customizing the OWA 2003 Forms-Based Authentication Logon Page Author: Lee Derbyshire Summary: In this article, we shall look at how you can make some visual changes to the MS Exchange 2003 Forms-based Authentication (FBA) logon screen. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Customizing-OWA-2003-Forms-Based-Authentication-Logon.html Visit the Subscription Management (http://newsletter.isoftmarketing.com/) section to unsubscribe. MSExchange.org is in no way affiliated with Microsoft Corp. For sponsorship information, contact us at advertising@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Copyright © MSExchange.org 2004. All rights reserved.