- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2005 10:26:27 -0400 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Key Archiving and Recovery
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will show you how to setup a Windows 2003 Enterprise 
CA for archiving and recovering keys for e-mail encryption.

Title: Demystifying The Exchange Dial-tone Restore Method (Part 3)
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: We have reached part 3 which is the final one in the Demystifying The 
Exchange Dial-tone Restore Method article series. In this article I’ll show you 
how to make sure the Mailbox Store we previously restored to the Recovery 
Storage Group is in a consistent state, as well as provide you with the 
necessary steps in order to swap the restored Mailbox Store with the dial-tone 
database. Finally I’ll show you how to merge the two databases.

Title: Scripting Exchange Using VBScript and ADSI  (Part 3)
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: The first two parts of my scripting series discussed Exchange users in 
almost every possible angle. This third part of the series will go over ways 
for accessing Exchange objects, such as servers, storage groups and databases.

Title: How to Set Size Limits for Messages
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will show you how to set size limits for messages in 
Exchange Server 2003.

Title: Disk Geometry
Author: Rui J.M. Silva
Summary: The storage subsystem is one of the most critical elements on a 
Microsoft Exchange infra-structure, mainly because of the aggressive random I/O 
requirements of the Exchange Server 2003 database. The key to a healthy 
environment is proper configuration of the storage array, considering 
performance before capacity. One of the measures you can take is to realign the 
hard disk tracks with the Windows physical disk partitions, increasing 
performance up to 20 percent.

Title: Managing Exchange 2003 With MOM 2005 (Part 3)
Author: Neil Hobson
Summary: The Exchange Management Pack Configuration Wizard can make configuring 
the Exchange management pack really easy and here I show you how. When you’ve 
done that, you should also check out the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer 
(ExBPA) management pack.

Title: Demystifying The Exchange Dial-tone Restore Method (Part 2)
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In Part 1, I talked about what an Exchange dial-tone database is, also 
showing you how to create one. In this article (Part 2), I’ll delve a bit more 
into the Outlook 2003 Exchange Recovery Mode, as well as show you how to 
restore the crashed Mailbox Store to the Recovery Storage Group using NTBackup.

Title: Optimizing your Exchange Server 2003 Deployment using Exchange Best 
Practice Analyzer 2.0
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: Due to the many different theories about the best practice of 
configuring a Exchange Server 2003 deployment in an organization, Microsoft 
tried to give each administrator and consultant an easy way to deploy Exchange 
using Microsoft’s recommendations on best practices. With release 2.0 of the 
Exchange Best Practice Analyzer, Paul Bowden, the “father” of this tool, has 
provided a powerful tool for easily configuring and optimizing your Exchange 
Server environment. In this article you will get a brief description of the 
features of Exchange Best Practice Analyzer 2.0 and how to use it to optimize 
your configuration.

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