- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2005 09:33:00 -0400 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Managing Exchange 2003 With MOM 2005 (Part 2)
Author: Neil Hobson
Summary: In the second part of this three part article, I will take a look at 
what drives MOM 2005 as far as Exchange management is concerned: the Exchange 
management pack. Understanding what’s contained within the management pack is 
key to obtaining a firm grasp of what MOM 2005 can offer the Exchange 

Title: Demystifying The Exchange Dial-tone Restore Method (Part 1)
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this two part series I’ll try to explain what the Exchange 
dial-tone restore method (aka the Recover now, restore later method) is all 
about, as well as inform when and why it can be a good idea to use this method 
in conjunction with the Recovery Storage Group (RSG) feature, when faced with 
one or more corrupt Mailbox Stores.

Title: Managing Exchange 2003 With MOM 2005 (Part 1)
Author: Neil Hobson
Summary: We would like to welcome Microsoft MVP Neil Hobson to our team of 
authors as he presents his first article to readers: In this 
three part article I will take a look at the highlights of what MOM 2005 can do 
for you, the Exchange professional. If you’re responsible for one or more 
Exchange servers and haven’t investigated MOM 2005 yet, then hopefully this 
series of articles will make you want to check out the product further.

Title: Exchange 2003 Backup and Restore with NTBACKUP
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will show you how to Backup and Restore your 
Exchange Server databases with the help of the built-in NTBACKUP from Windows 
2003. I will show you the simplest form of Exchange Backup and Restore. For 
complete Exchange Server Backup and Recovery follow the links at the end of 
this article.

Title: Just say NO to A/A
Author: Rui J.M. Silva
Summary: In my opinion, e-mail is still the internet killer-app. And according 
to, Exchange is the number one corporate e-mail server. Should you 
use Exchange clustering? Well, it depends on your business needs and how much 
are you willing to lose for the downtime. Should you use Active/Active 
clustering? NO!

Title: 10 Tips to Optimize Exchange 2003 Performance (Part 2)
Author: Rui J.M. Silva
Summary: Performance is not only about tuning but also about preventing 
problems. Or maybe it all boils down to getting the most bang for the buck. In 
part 1 of this article I covered the first 5 tips to achieve better performance 
with Exchange 2003. In this last part I’ll talk about 5 more tips to help you 
make a better Exchange design and optimize your environment.

Title: Using the Microsoft Exchange Server User Monitor (ExMon) tool
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I will give you an introduction to Microsoft’s latest 
Exchange 2003 Server Web Release tool – Microsoft Exchange Server User Monitor 
(ExMon) which was announced on You Had Me at EHLO (aka Exchange team blog) the 
7 April 2005. ExMon makes it possible for Exchange Administrators to view, 
evaluate and gather real-time data about the users in an Exchange environment.

Title: Harnessing the power of Ambiguous Name Resolution (ANR)
Author: Erik Rozman
Summary: The computer industry loves acronyms. Acronyms save time, instead of 
having to utter long sentences and waste time; you can speak the latest 
buzzword in the form of an acronym and in addition to saving time you will also 
sound cool.... The following article deals with such an acronym - ANR.

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