- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2004 15:41:54 +0200 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: An Overview of the Sender Policy Framework
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will give you some information about SPF – Sender 
Policy Framework and its implementation. Some statistics state that nearly 75% 
of all e-mail traffic is Spam, sometimes called UCE (Unsolicited Commercial 
Email). To help against this threat, several vendors are developing solutions 
against Spam. One solution is SPF. What is SPF? SPF is a solution to fight 
against email address forgery. SPF makes it easier to identify spam mails, 
viruses and worms.

Title: Step-by-Step: Migrating Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003 Using New Hardware
Author: David Fosbenner
Summary: Migrate your mail system from Exchange 2000 Server running on a 
Windows 2000 Server system to a new server running Exchange Server 2003 on 
Windows Server 2003. This scenario will take you through all Exchange-related 
issues from adding your first Windows Server 2003 system to unplugging your old 
Exchange 2000 system when finished.

Title: GFI MailEssentials - Voted Readers' Choice Award Winner - 
Exchange Disclaimer Category
Author: Admin
Summary: Leading Microsoft Exchange Server resource site,, 
announced today that GFI MailEssentials was selected the winner in the 
Disclaimer category of the Readers’ Choice Awards. ADJ 
Enterprises Ltd's SMTPDisclaimer and Direct Communications Software Limited's 
eXclaimer were runner-up and first runner-up respectively.

Title: Installing and Configuring SBS 2003
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: Implementing Microsoft's small business full featured package from an 
Exchange 2003 perspective. This article will not detail all the countless 
features of SBS 2003. Instead, it will focus on installing SBS 2003 as an 
Exchange server that also features file and monitoring services.

Title: Microsoft releases Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: A new tool is available on Microsoft's web site that can be used to 
troubleshoot Exchange configuration problems by collecting information
from your servers.

Title: Microsoft re-releases Outlook 2003 Junk E-mail Filter
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: The Outlook 2003 built-in SPAM filtering mechanism has been 

Title: Overview of the ADC (Active Directory Connector)
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will give you an overview of the Microsoft Active 
Directory Connector (ADC). I will give you some background information about 
the ADC and its functions.

Title: Microsoft Provides an SSL Diagnostics Utility
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: As part of last days' barrage of utilities that Microsoft is releasing 
a tool that can diagnose SSL problems with IIS.

Title: Access Your Exchange 2000 / 2003 Mailbox With WebDAV
Author: Lee Derbyshire
Summary: There are several Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that you 
can use to access an Exchange 2000 or 2003 Mailbox. WebDAV is not the easiest 
to learn, but can often be the most convenient. This article is an introduction 
to the topic.

Title: New Article Alerts for your PC or Website Using our RSS 
Author: Admin
Summary: It is now possible to retrieve instant updates of the latest articles 
posted to all our websites by using the recently launched RSS feed service! 
Simply retrieve updates for your personal use or enhance your own website by 
providing your visitors with convenient access to our highly rated content as 
it's released.

Title: Enabling Freedocs access through Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: In this article I will explain what Freedocs are all about as well as 
explain how you can benefit from enabling access to FreeDocs through OWA 2003. 
In Exchange 2000 (and prior versions) access to FreeDocs via OWA was enabled by 
default, but as many other things this was changed in Exchange 2003 (as part of 
Microsoft’s secure by default initiative.)

Title: Configuring Exchange 2003 HTTP Remote Access
Author: Paul Baldwin
Summary: This guide presents a configuration for ensuring the Exchange 2003 
HTTP remote access features (Outlook Web Access, Outlook Mobile Access and 
Exchange ActiveSync) work together harmoniously both in single-server Exchange 
deployments and more complex frontend-backend deployments. This guide also 
illustrates how the use of ‘Integrated’ authentication can provide internal 
Outlook Web Access users with ‘transparent’ logons.

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