- Monthly Article Update

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  • Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 03:40:47 -0600 - Monthly Article Update

Hi ExchangeList,

New articles added to last month:

Title: The Importance of Auditing your Exchange 2003 Server(s)
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: As most of you already know, messaging is one of the most 
mission-critical services in our organizations nowadays. In this article I’ll 
explain why auditing the Exchange 2003 Server(s) in your messaging environment 
is crucial.

Title: Overview of E12 Features (Part 2)
Author: Amit Zinman
Summary: The release of E12 (possibly Exchange 2007 by the time it’s released) 
draws near and new details are revealed while others become clearer. Microsoft 
have made a lot of design blunders with Exchange 2000 and only relatively few 
of those were fixed with Exchange 2003. However, Microsoft is known for being 
able to learn from its mistakes and make the right changes in its products.

Title: Exchange 2003 - Disaster Recovery Analyzer Tool (ExDRA 1.0)
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will show you how to use the new Exchange Server 
2003 Disaster Recovery Analyzer Tool (ExDRA).

Title: Rights Management Service and Exchange 2003 (Part 1)
Author: Santhosh Sivarajan
Summary: We would like to welcome Santhosh Sivarajan to our team of authors as 
he presents his first article to readers. The purpose of this 
article is to explain the details of Rights Management Service (RMS) technology 
and how beneficial it is to your organization.

Title: Exchange 2003 Message Tracking and Logging
Author: Marc Grote
Summary: In this article I will show you how to enable Message Tracking and 
Logging of Messages in Exchange Server 2003.

Title: Configuring S/MIME Security with Outlook Web Access 2003
Author: Markus Klein
Summary: Email Security has become increasingly important because of the 
possibility of man-in-the-middle attacks or the risk of an unknown third person 
that may sniff your SMTP traffic within the internet or even your intranet. In 
addition, in some countries there are laws preventing you from sending insecure 
email. Therefore Microsoft implemented the S/MIME standard in its Exchange 
Server architecture. The feature to encrypt or sign your emails became a 
default feature within all messaging and collaboration systems. Within this 
article we will look at how S/MIME has to be configured and how it works.


Title: Configuring and enabling Sender ID filtering in Exchange 2003 SP2
Author: Henrik Walther
Summary: Now that the wait is over and Exchange 2003 SP2 has been released, I 
think it’s a good time to take a closer look at some of the new features in the 
service pack. In this article I’ll explain the purpose and benefits of enabling 
Sender ID filtering in Exchange 2003 SP2, as well as show you how to configure 
this feature.

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