MSExchange.org - Monthly Article Update Hi ExchangeList, New articles added to MSExchange.org last month: Title: Using OWA 2003 as the Default Mail Client in Your Organization Author: Henrik Walther Summary: Because Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 has become so feature-rich (in premium mode) and provides a user interface that closely matches Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 (also known as the Outlook MAPI client), provides far better performance and security than was the case with earlier versions, it’s getting more and more popular to use OWA 2003 as the default client among users within the organization (especially when speaking retail stores, schools and factory floors etc.) Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/OWA-2003-Default-Mail-Client.html Title: Microsoft publishes an update for Exchange Best Practices Analyzer Tool Author: Amit Zinman Summary: The MSExBPA tool used to diagnose Exchange problems and offer solutions just got better as Microsoft publishes version 126.96.36.199. Updated in this release are the XML file used by the tool to analyze information and the help file. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/ExchangeNews/Update-Exchange-Server-Best-Practices-Analyzer-Tool.html Title: Explaining Exchange 2003 Http Access (Part 1) Author: Paul Baldwin Summary: Outlook Web Access, Outlook Mobile Access and Exchange ActiveSync are all methods of accessing Exchange 2003 using HTTP, but making them all work together can be a bit of a nightmare. The problems multiply when users have email addresses selected from more than one email domain. This article explains the mechanisms behind these HTTP features so that you may avoid some of the common pitfalls. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Exchange-2003-Http-Access-Part1.html Title: Implementing a Two Node Cluster with Windows 2003 Enterprise Author: Marc Grote Summary: In this article I will give you a high level overview about the installation of Exchange 2003 on a Windows 2003 two node Cluster. This article doesn’t explain every necessary step for clustering Exchange, but it should give you an overview about the installation process and some basic handling. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Implementing-Two-Node-Cluster-Windows-2003-Enterprise.html Title: Using the Exchange Migration Wizard Author: Marc Grote Summary: In this article I will give you an overview of the Exchange 2003 Migration Wizard (MAILMIG.EXE). With the help of the Migration Wizard you can simply migrate from a foreign messaging system or older Exchange versions to Exchange 2003. The wizard can help you to migrate from: Migration Files, MS Mail for PC Networks, cc:Mail, Exchange 5.5, Lotus Notes, Novell GroupWise 4.x, Novell GroupWise 5.x, Internet Directory (LDAP via ADSI) and, Internet Mail (IMAP4). Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Exchange-Migration-Wizard.html Title: GFI FAXmaker for Exchange/SMTP - Voted MSExchange.org Readers' Choice Award Winner - Fax Connector for Exchange Category Author: Admin Summary: Leading Microsoft Exchange Server resource site, MSExchange.org, announced today that GFI FAXmaker for Exchange/SMTP was selected the winner in the Fax Connector for Exchange category of the MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Awards. RightFAX and Zetafax were runner-up and first runner-up respectively. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/news/GFI-FAXmaker-Fax-Connector-Exchange-Readers-Choice-Award.html Title: Microsoft Releases Exchange 2003 Post SP-1 Update Author: Amit Zinman Summary: Earlier than expected, Microsoft releases a rollup update containing bug fixes found since the release of Exchange 2003 SP1. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/ExchangeNews/Exchange-2003-Post-SP-1-Update.html Title: Designing an Active Directory/Exchange 2003 environment using the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer Author: Markus Klein Summary: A lot of companies are willing to implement Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 as their primary messaging and collaboration system. And therefore these companies need an Active Directory implementation. The question then often is: What’s the best way to design an Active Directory environment for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003? Within this article we will try to delve a little bit deeper in this designing process itself and will have a look at the best practices for implementation. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/Designing-Active-Directory-Exchange-2003-Best-Practices-Analyzer.html Title: User, groups, distribution list and contact management with Windows 2003 Active Directory Author: Marc Grote Summary: In this article I will give you a detailed Step by Step solution how to create mailbox enabled users, mail enabled users, contacts and distribution list. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/User-Groups-Distribution-List-Contact-Management.html Title: Attend Live Technet Exchange 2003 Webcasts and Win Prizes! Author: Amit Zinman Summary: It's Exchange 2003 Webcast week (November 8th - November 12th) at Microsoft so you can tune in to several Level 200 Technect Webcasts. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/ExchangeNews/Technet-Exchange-2003-Webcasts-Prizes.html Title: Neat OWA 2003 End-User Tips & Tricks Author: Henrik Walther Summary: In this article I will provide you with a few useful OWA 2003 end-user tips & tricks. First I will show you some of my favourite OWA 2003 keyboard shortcuts, and then I will move on and explain how you can improve the awkward OWA 2003 Attachment feature simply by installing the S/MIME ActiveX component. I will also show you how you can have multiple mailboxes opened through OWA using one username. Last but certainly not least I will give you an insider tip on how it’s possible to recover shift-deleted (aka “hard deleted”) mailbox items through OWA 2003. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/tutorials/OWA-2003-End-User-Tips.html Title: Microsoft resubmits the Sender ID framework specification to IETF Author: Amit Zinman Summary: Microsoft resubmitted the Sender ID framework specification to the Internet Engineering Task Force which should publish a preliminary RFC in a few weeks. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/ExchangeNews/Sender-ID-framework-specification.html Title: How to add SPF support to your Exchange Server Author: Marc Grote Summary: SPF (Sender Policy Framework) makes it easy to counter most forged "From" addresses in email, and thus helps to counter e-mail spam. GFI is offering an SPF module as freeware. In this article I will give you some information about the newest version of GFI MailEssentials 10.1 and how to setup the software with SPF integration. Link: http://www.MSExchange.org/articles/SPF-support-Exchange-freeware.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.