- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Wed, 01 Sep 2004 16:51:58 +0200 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: Using General Purpose Public Folder Trees in Exchange 2003
Author: Mark Fugatt
Summary: If you are going to allow people outside of your organization to use 
Exchange to collaborate with each other you don’t really want to give them 
access to your default Public Folders, so in this article we will look at 
creating a new Public Folder tree, a new Public Folder Store, how to allow 
access to it via a web browser, and some of the configuration options you might 
want to apply.

Title: NetIQ Exchange Administrator - Voted Readers' Choice 
Award Winner - Exchange Administration Category
Author: Admin
Summary: Leading Microsoft Exchange Server resource site,, 
announced today that NetIQ Corporation’s Exchange Administrator was selected 
the winner in the Administration category of the Readers’ Choice 
Awards. C2C Systems’ Active Folders Content Manager and Quest Software’s 
Spotlight on Exchange were runner-up and first runner-up respectively.

Title: Mailbox Management
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will give you an overview of Exchange 2003 Mailbox 
Management. We will cover the following topics: Mailbox creation, Recipient 
Policies, Mailbox Management, and Mailbox Recovery.

Title: Configuring SMTP for Branch Deployments
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: An overview of setting up SMTP flow in a sample medium sized Exchange 

Title: Domain Rename – Rename a Windows 2003 Forest with Exchange 2003 installed
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will give you a Step by Step solution how to rename 
a Windows 2003 domain with Exchange 2003 installed. This article will not 
explain every step how to do a domain rename. This is documented in the 
“Step-by-Step Guide to Implementing Domain Rename“. You will find the link at 
the end of this article. The Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Domain Rename 
Tool provides a supported methodology to rename one or more domains in an 
Active Directory forest. The DNS name and the NetBIOS name of a domain can be 
changed using the domain rename procedure. Note that implementing domain rename 
is a complex undertaking that requires thorough planning and a good 
understanding of the domain rename procedure.

Title: Recovering Mailboxes with Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: If someone already tried the Exchange Server 2003 Beta 2 he should 
have found out that at least one feature was missing in comparison to the final 
release. With the Beta 2 you were able to reconnect a mailbox that was mounted 
via the recovery storage group feature with a user from your Active Directory. 
So it was quite easy to configure and no Exmerge utility was needed at that 
time. With its final release things changed and you have had to use Exmerge to 
recover the mailbox. Now with Service Pack 1 this feature is back.

Title: Outlook Web Access 2003 Forms-based Authentication and the default 
domain dilemma
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: Okay so you have enabled Forms-based Authentication (FBA) and your 
users can now logon to Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 either by typing 
domain\username or username@xxxxxxxxxxx But ever since you enabled FBA your 
users have found it annoying they can’t type username anymore, the other day 
even the CEO told you his opinion about it, and he definitely wasn’t satisfied 
so you better come up with a solution.

Title: Administering Public Folders with Exchange 2003 and PFMIGRATE
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will give you an overview about basic Public Folder 
Administration Tasks with Exchange 2003 and the use of tools like PFMIGRATE.

Title: The Hidden Power of Sender and Recipient Filtering
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: Filtering in Exchange 2003 can be a powerful tool in the right hands. 
It can help you to protect your mail server, especially in a single server or 
branch scenario when no mail relay is provided and ease the load off your 
regular anti virus and anti spam packages if it is used right.

Title: Configuring SMTP Logging to an Access Database
Author: Mark Fugatt
Summary: In this article we will look at how you can configure Exchange to 
perform SMTP logging to an Access database.

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