A month in Exchange: December 2006

News
Exchange 2007 Signed off for release
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/12/07/431782.aspx

New Downloads
Microsoft Junk E-mail Reporting Tool version 1.0 for Microsoft Office Outlook®
The Junk E-mail Reporting Tool submits e-mail to Microsoft when you explicitly choose to do so. If you receive a junk e-mail and want to report it to us for analysis, first select the e-mail in Outlook and then click the junk e-mail button on your tool bar. You will see a pop-up window asking whether you want to report the selected e-mail to Microsoft and its affiliates. When you click “Yes” to confirm that you’d like to report the selected e-mail as junk e-mail, the junk e-mail will be deleted from your Inbox and sent to FrontBridge, a Microsoft company, for analysis to help us improve the effectiveness of our junk e-mail filtering technologies.
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Schedule a Meeting Get Started
Use your Outlook calendar to schedule and manage meetings, as well as to create meeting workspaces.
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Microsoft IT Showcase: Deploying and Supporting Windows Server 2003: Experiences of Microsoft’s Early Adoption
Overview of the processes that Microsoft IT followed in upgrading to Windows Server 2003. The paper discusses the benefits and background of the implementation, as well as the scope and key features of the deployment. The paper concludes with the lessons Microsoft learned during the implementation, and suggests best practices for like implementations.
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Creating Multiple Calendars Get Started
Easily organize a crowded calendar—separate your meetings by creating more than one calendar in Outlook.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Client Access Guide
This guide provides information about working with Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and client access. It describes the new features for Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003, in addition to improvements in Outlook Web Access 2003. It contains configuration information, such as how to secure your messaging environment, deploy the server architecture, and configure Exchange servers for your supported client access methods. This guide also describes how to manage protocols, Exchange Virtual Server, Outlook Web Access, Exchange ActiveSync®, and Outlook Mobile Access.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SDK December 2006
The Exchange Server 2007 SDK December 2006 Documentation and Samples assist developers building applications for Exchange Server 2007. This release of the SDK provides new and updated information and sample code to help you develop collaborative enterprise applications with Exchange. The README file contains installation instructions and late-breaking information about the Exchange Server 2007 SDK December 2006 Documentation and Samples.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Management Pack for MOM 2005 SP1 Release Notes
This download contains a standalone version of the Exchange Server 2007 Management Pack for MOM 2005 SP1 Release Notes. This release notes document describes known issues about the product and suggested resolutions.
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Management Pack for Exchange Server 2007 for MOM 2005
This version of the Exchange Server Management Pack monitors Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Message Security Guide
This guide discusses how, when using S/MIME, encryption protects the contents of e-mail messages and digital signatures verify the identity of a purported sender of an e-mail message.
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What’s New in Exchange Server 2003
This guide outlines the features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and provides basic information about how to get started using these features. This document updated for SP2.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Security Hardening Guide
This guide is designed to provide you with essential information about how to harden your Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 environment. In addition to practical, hands-on configuration recommendations, this guide includes strategies for combating spam, viruses, and other external threats to your Exchange 2003 messaging system. Although most server administrators can benefit from reading this guide, it is designed to produce maximum benefits for administrators responsible for Exchange messaging, both at the mailbox and architect levels.
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Working with Active Directory Permissions in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
This guide discusses the necessary minimum rights needed for Exchange administrators to manage Exchange-related data in Active Directory as it pertains to user, inetOrgPerson, group, and contact objects so that separation of administrative tasks can be implemented.
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Working with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Stores
The Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 store is a storage platform that provides a single repository in which you can manage multiple types of unstructured information. This guide provides in-depth information to make administration and troubleshooting tasks easier for you to perform.
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Optimizing Storage for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
This guide will help you optimize your storage architecture for Exchange Server 2003.
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Configuring and Comparing the POP3 Service in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003
This document focuses on two key areas: A comparison of the POP3 service in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and the POP3 service in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and an explanation of Windows Server 2003 POP3 service and Exchange Server 2003 coexistence.
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Best Practices for Microsoft Exchange Server Public Folders
This guide discusses some best practices when using Exchange Server public folders.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Guide
This guide provides installation and deployment information for intermediate and advanced administrators planning to deploy Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003. This guide is a companion to the guide Planning an Exchange Server 2003 Messaging System. Although the planning guide focuses on planning your Exchange Server 2003 system architecture, this guide provides you with the prerequisites and procedures to successfully deploy and install Exchange Server 2003 into your infrastructure. Whether you are deploying a new Exchange Server 2003 messaging system or upgrading from a previous Exchange version, this guide will walk you through the deployment process and provide deployment recommendations, including recommendations on how to configure your Exchange Server 2003 organization to run in native mode. This book also provides instructions about how to use Exchange Server Deployment Tools, a new feature of Exchange Server 2003. Exchange Server Deployment Tools provide you with utilities and wizards to help verify that your organization is in a healthy state before you deploy Exchange Server 2003.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Technical Reference Guide
This guide is for Exchange Server experts who require detailed information about the architecture and interaction among core components of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.
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How to Configure and Run Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Clusters in a Security-Hardened Environment
This guide discusses how to configure and run Microsoft Exchange Server clusters in a security-hardened environment.
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Deployment Guidelines for Microsoft Exchange Server Multi-Site Data Replication
This guide discusses the data accessed by running Exchange services.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Disaster Recovery Operations Guide
This guide explains how to back up and restore the critical data in your Exchange organization. It covers how to use the backup utility in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (Backup), how to back up Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, and how to restore Exchange Server 2003. This guide explains how to perform backup and restore procedures so that you can prepare for (back up) and recover from (restore) a failure that causes some or all of your data to become unavailable. This guide is intended for information technology (IT) professionals who perform backup and restore procedures or who write customized backup and restore procedures for their organization.
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Offline Address Book Best Practices Guide
This guide provides recommendations and best practices for deploying and managing offline address books with Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Operations Guide
The Exchange Server 2003 Operations Guide provide guidelines for IT professionals to do disaster recovery tasks, and to perform the daily, weekly, and mo
nthly maintenance tasks required to keep your Exchange server performing optimally. The guide includes checklists that you can use as-is, or adapt them to suit your company’s specific needs.
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Slowing and Stopping E-Mail Transmitted Viruses in an Microsoft Exchange Environment
This document provides you with recommendations about how to fortify a Microsoft Exchange environment against e-mail transmitted viruses and worms.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Performance and Scalability Guide
This guide provides information about Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 performance and scalability. You will learn about the various factors that affect performance, and it provides recommendations about how to optimize your Exchange 2003 environment. Finally, the guide reviews how Exchange performs under various user loads and provides a method to determine your hardware needs.
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Planning a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Messaging System
In addition to evaluation and design recommendations, this guide describes improvements in Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003, Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003, and Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003. It also identifies network infrastructure, hardware, Active Directory® directory service, and administrative concerns. In addition, this guide discusses the considerations that help you design a highly reliable and consistently available messaging system, including storage technologies, clustering, server tuning, and client configuration.
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Front-End and Back-End Server Topology Guide for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2000 Server
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server support using a server architecture that distributes server tasks among front-end and back-end servers. In this architecture, a front-end server accepts requests from clients and passes them to the appropriate back-end server for processing. This guide discusses how Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2000 Server support the front-end and back-end server architecture. This guide also describes several front-end and back-end scenarios and provides recommendations for configuration.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Transport and Routing Guide
Microsoft® Exchange servers use Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to communicate with each other and to send messages. SMTP is part of the Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 or Windows® 2000 Server operating system. This guide discusses basic components of transport and routing, explains how SMTP works in Exchange Server 2003, provides information on configuring a routing topology, discusses deployment scenarios, suggests ways to help secure your infrastructure, and offers troubleshooting tips.
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Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Server Performance
This guide provides Exchange administrators with information on how to isolate performance degradations and make use of existing tools and procedures for that purpose.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Management Pack for MOM 2005
Ensuring that Microsoft Exchange servers are operating reliably is a key objective for daily messaging operations and should be approached systematically based on the principles outlined in the Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF). A significant part of daily operations in information technology (IT) is monitoring system health. Monitoring can ensure that service level agreements (SLAs) are met, and it helps you detect and address issues in the Exchange organization before they affect user productivity. Monitoring can also help you estimate future demands based on usage patterns and other performance data.
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Working with Store Permissions in Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003
This document explains the process by which Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003 uses permissions to control access to objects in the Exchange store (public folder databases and mailbox databases).
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 RPC over HTTP Deployment Scenarios
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003, combined with Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003, support the use of RPC over HTTP to access Exchange servers. Using the Microsoft Windows RPC over HTTP feature to enable your users to connect to their Exchange mailbox eliminates the requirement for remote office users to use a virtual private network (VPN) to connect to their Exchange servers. Users who are running Outlook 2003 on client computers can connect directly to an Exchange server in a corporate environment from the Internet.
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Administration Guide for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
This guide explains how features work in the Exchange Server architecture, and how to configure and manage these features for optimal results. This content ranges f
rom configuring global settings at an organizational level, to managing individual servers, to managing Exchange clusters. After reading this guide, you will have a solid understanding of what it takes to configure and manage your Exchange Server 2003 organization.
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Running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Clusters in a Security-Hardened Infrastructure
This topic provides conceptual information about the configurations required to run Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 on a Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 cluster in a secured environment. The supplemental topic How to Configure and Run Exchange Server 2003 Clusters in a Security-Hardened Environment provides procedural information related to the concepts presented in this topic. It is important that you familiarize yourself with the conceptual information before performing the procedures.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Interoperability and Migration Guide
This guide explains how to connect and migrate non-Exchange messaging systems to Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003. It describes how to design an interoperability and migration strategy, and includes procedures for connecting Exchange 2003 to non-Exchange messaging platforms. Covered components include Connector for Lotus Notes, Connector for Novell GroupWise, Calendar Connector, general SMTP and X.400 connectors, and the Exchange Migration Wizard. Troubleshooting information is also included.
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Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Recovery Storage Groups
Using the recovery storage group feature in Exchange Server 2003, you can mount a second copy of an Exchange mailbox database on the same server as the original database, or on any other Exchange server in the same Exchange administrative group. You can do this while the original database is still running and serving clients. The recovery storage group can also be useful in disaster recovery scenarios. This book provides information on how to determine if a recovery storage group is useful in your deployment, how to set up a recovery storage group, and how to troubleshoot common problems.
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Journaling with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
Regulatory compliance is an important issue for most companies in the financial and health care industries. For example, corporate officers in some financial sectors are responsible for the claims made by their employees to their customers. In the context of an enterprise messaging environment where large amounts of information are exchanged on a daily basis, supervising data is a complex but required task. However, e-mail is only one type of data that is regulated and is, therefore, one data source that a full-compliance solution has to manage. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) (and Exchange 2000 Server SP3, with the envelope journaling software update) includes enhancements to the Journaling feature that help make messaging data more manageable for a broader compliance solution.
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Microsoft Exchange Server Database Utility Guide
When a database is corrupt or damaged, data can be restored from backup or repaired using Eseutil. Eseutil is a command line utility that works with Extensible Storage Engine (ESE), database (.edb) files, streaming (.stm) files, and log (.log) files associated with an Information Store, in a given Storage Group.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 High Availability Guide
Messaging systems are mission-critical components for many companies. However, circumstances such as component failure, power outages, operator errors, and natural disasters can affect a messaging system’s availability. To help prevent against such circumstances, it is crucial that companies plan and implement reliable strategies for maintaining high availability. As an added benefit, a highly available messaging system can save money by providing consistent messaging functionality to users.
Whether you are deploying a new Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 installation or upgrading from a previous version of Exchange Server, this guide will help you plan and deploy a highly available Exchange Server 2003 messaging system.
Many of the high availability recommendations in this guide are related directly to the planning recommendations in Planning an Exchange Server 2003 Messaging System. Before using this guide to implement your high availability strategy, you should first read Planning an Exchange Server 2003 Messaging System
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Server Consolidation Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
As e-mail messaging continues to grow in both volume and business importance, organizations are looking for new options to manage future demand in a reliable and cost-effective way. One option is to build a messaging strategy based on advanced technologies available in Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. This article discusses strategies for server consolidation using Exchange 2003.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging Language Packs
Use unified messaging language packs to allow the Exchange Server 2007 system to speak additional languages to callers. This download contains pre-recorded prompts, for example “Welcome, you are connected to Microsoft Exchange” in the language specified by this download. It also enables text to speech translation such that content (e-mail, calendar, contact information, etc.) can be read to the caller in the language of the Unified Messaging language pack.
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Exchange Server 2007 – Evaluation Software
crosoft Exchange Server 2007 provides built-in protection technologies to help keep the e-mail system up and running and better protected from outside threats while allowing employees to work from wherever they are using a variety of clients including Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Web Access, and mobile devices. Exchange Server 2007 makes it easier for IT to deliver these new capabilities to their organizations by making the messaging environment easier to manage and more cost efficient.
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Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange 10.0 MOM 2005 Management Pack
The new Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Management Pack for MOM supports the 10.0 version of Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server. The MOM pack supplies critical events and alerts on virus and worm activity to MOM 2005, and also monitors the health and availability of these products.
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Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server
Forefront Security for Exchange Server includes multiple scan engines from industry-leading security firms integrated in a single solution to help businesses protect their Exchange messaging environments from viruses, worms, and spam. It ships with and integrates multiple industry-leading antivirus engines to provide comprehensive, layered protection against the latest threats. Through deep integration with Exchange Server, scanning innovations and performance controls, Forefront Security for Exchange Server helps protect messaging environments while maintaining uptime and optimizing server performance. Forefront Security for Exchange Server also enables administrators to easily manage configuration and operation, automated scan engine signature updates and reporting at the server and enterprise level.
Forefront Security for Exchange Server provides protection specifically designed for Exchange 2007 servers. Forefront Security for Exchange Server is an on-premise solution that provides protection for Exchange 2007 Edge, Hub and Mailbox servers. Customers who purchase Forefront Security for Exchange Server to protect Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 will also be licensed to use Microsoft Antigen for Exchange, Microsoft Antigen for SMTP Gateways, and Antigen Spam Manager to protect their Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 environments.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Release Notes
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Release Notes contain late-breaking information for Exchange Server 2007.
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Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server Readme
Forefront Security for Exchange Server includes multiple scan engines from industry-leading security firms integrated in a single solution to help businesses protect their Exchange messaging environments from viruses, worms, and spam. It ships with and integrates multiple industry-leading antivirus engines to provide comprehensive, layered protection against the latest threats. Through deep integration with Exchange Server, scanning innovations and performance controls, Forefront Security for Exchange Server helps protect messaging environments while maintaining uptime and optimizing server performance. Forefront Security for Exchange Server also enables administrators to easily manage configuration and operation, automated scan engine signature updates and reporting at the server and enterprise level.
Forefront Security for Exchange Server provides protection specifically designed for Exchange 2007 servers. Forefront Security for Exchange Server is an on-premise solution that provides protection for Exchange 2007 Edge, Hub and Mailbox servers. Customers who purchase Forefront Security for Exchange Server to protect Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 will also be licensed to use Microsoft Antigen for Exchange, Microsoft Antigen for SMTP Gateways, and Antigen Spam Manager to protect their Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 environments.
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Microsoft Office Visio Stencil Containing Shapes for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
This stencil and template provided enable you to create Visio drawings that contain Exchange Server 2007 objects. These shapes include icons for Exchange 2007 server roles, networking, telephony and Unified Messaging objects, Active Directory and directory service objects, client computers and devices, and other Exchange organization elements.
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Reference Architecture for Lotus Domino to Microsoft Exchange Migrations
This document presents a difference architecture process that creates a high-level reference architecture for a Lotus Domino to Microsoft technologies migration. You can use this document as a framework/reference point to build out a solution as you consider a migration from Lotus Domino technologies to Microsoft technologies. As part of the broader Microsoft Migration Planning Process, this material is used in the third and fourth phases of the Microsoft Migration Planning Process (formerly called the Application Analysis Envisioning Process or AAEP) with a goal of providing a standard set of components, tools, and design elements to be used during the envisioning and planning processes of a Lotus Domino migration.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Connector for Lotus Notes
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Connector for Lotus Notes supports messaging and calendaring interoperability between Lotus Domino R5/R6 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 Active Directory. This
tool replaces the Connector that ships with Exchange Server 2003 (including SP2), and includes several updates to support better message fidelity when routing email between Exchange and Domino, support of iNotes and Domino Web Access clients, enhanced Unicode support and reliability.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Migration Wizard for Lotus Notes
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Migration Wizard for Lotus Notes supports the migration of Lotus Domino R5 and R6 mailboxes and associated Domino directory information to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 Active Directory. This tool replaces the Migration Wizard that ships with Exchange Server 2003 (including SP2), and includes improved retention of contents and Unicode characters during the migration from Domino to Exchange Server 2003.
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Update for Exchange Server 2003 SP2 (KB 924334)
This update resolves an issue where the Outlook Web Access (OWA) form would stop responding when you compose a message using the S/MIME control on a client running Internet Explorer 7.0 and accessing a mail server running Exchange Server 2003.
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Introduction to the Exchange Management Shell
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 introduces a new management platform called the Exchange Management Shell, based on Microsoft Windows® PowerShell, formerly codenamed “Monad”. This document outlines the key benefits that the Exchange Management Shell provides to Exchange administrators and developers, and explains how cmdlets are structured, and how data is managed.
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Update for Exchange 2003 (KB 911829)
In the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista Beta 2 release, the Dynamic HTML Editing ActiveX control is being removed from the Internet Explorer browser. As a result, there is functionality missing that Microsoft Exchange Outlook Web Access relies on. This update replaces that deprecated functionality on the Microsoft Exchange servers so that Microsoft Exchange Outlook Web Access continues to function smoothly.
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Microsoft Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging PBX Configuration Note for Cisco Call Manager 4.1 (Preview)
This PBX configuration note (preview) contains information about deploying Exchange 2007 UM with a Cisco Call Manager 4.1 using direct SIP connection. You can use it to help decide if Exchange 2007 UM is the appropriate solution for your organization.
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Microsoft Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging PBX Configuration Note for Cisco Call Manager 5.1 (Preview)
This PBX configuration note (preview) contains information about deploying Exchange 2007 UM with a Cisco Call Manager 5.1 using direct SIP connection. You can use it to help decide if Exchange 2007 UM is the appropriate solution for your organization.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Transport Server Role Architecture Diagrams
Many components are involved in the transport of messages through the Exchange Server 2007 mail flow pipeline. These diagrams can help you understand how each component affects the processing of messages that enter the Exchange 2007 mail flow pipeline. Exchange administrators can use this information to help diagnose mail flow problems. Developers can use this information to help create third-party agents and applications to work with Exchange 2007.
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Quick Reference for Outlook Voice Access
Outlook Voice Access lets UM-enabled users to access their Exchange 2007 mailbox using analog, digital, or cellular telephones. By using the menu system found in Outlook Voice Access, UM-enabled users can read e-mail, listen to voice messages, and interact with their Outlook calendar. This quick reference sheet shows the navigational tree and the options that are available to UM-enabled users when they are using Outlook Voice Access.
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Going 64-Bit with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
This topic illustrates how Microsoft met evolving business needs with the deployment of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, such as reducing risks associated with spam, improving business agility, and lowering TCO. The 64-bit platform enables Microsoft IT to keep pace with ever-increasing performance expectations, raise mailbox quotas, lower storage costs, and eliminate tape backups to save additional
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New KBs
An incorrect pattern end date is returned when you use a WebDAV application to query the “patternend” property of a meeting request in Exchange Server 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923420

The Microsoft Exchange message transfer agent stops responding, and multiple event ID messages are logged in Exchange Server 2003
http://support.
microsoft.com/kb/924835

Known issues that cause the “HTTP 500 internal server error” error message in Exchange Server 2003 Outlook Web Access
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894965

Error message when you use ActiveSync to synchronize a Windows Mobile-based device to Exchange 2003: “0x85030027 — The Exchange Server requires certificates to log on”
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927467

The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service stops responding in Exchange 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925846

Information about why the size of a digitally signed or encrypted e-mail message increases in Exchange 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927469

The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service does not start, and event ID 26 is logged in Exchange 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927462

Error message when an Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access client tries to send a digitally signed or encrypted e-mail message: “A digital ID that allows you to encrypt this message is missing”
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927463

How to use the Custom Installation Wizard or the Custom Maintenance Wizard to customize user profiles to load default junk e-mail filter lists in Outlook 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927470

How to configure mail forwarding in Exchange Server 2007
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927459

You cannot access a customized property for an appointment item in Outlook Web Access on Exchange Server 2003 after you save the appointment item two times
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926463

How to move shared cluster resources to new hard disk drives by using the same drive letters in Exchange 2003 in a clustered environment
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927468

Certificates in the personal store of a Windows Mobile-based mobile device are removed when you connect to Exchange Server 2003 SP2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927905

You may notice inaccurate queue information in Exchange Server 2003 and in Exchange 2000 Server
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928447

Error message when you try to synchronize a Windows Mobile-based device by using Exchange ActiveSync for Exchange 2003: “Synchronization failed”
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927465

How to remove Exchange 2007 from a computer
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927464

How to determine whether an Exchange Server 2007 cluster is a “cluster continuous replication” cluster or a “single copy clusters” cluster
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927460

You are not logged off when you click “Log Off” in Outlook Web Access on a front-end server that is running Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927907

The performance of a server that is running Exchange 2003 deteriorates over time when you run a WMI script to enumerate public folders
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926986

The Exchange Server Quota Message Service tool is supported by Customer Support Services
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928582

Event ID 1047 is logged in the Application log, and the Microsoft Exchange System Attendant service may not start in Exchange 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928436

You cannot move or copy a Unicode-formatted message to the Inbox in an Exchange 2003 SP2 organization
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927735

CSS supports the Exchange Server 2003 tools that you can download from the Download Center
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928583

The UI appears to stop responding periodically when you create a new Exchange virtual server resource in Cluster Manager
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929444

Problems may occur with the group e-mail when you change the SMTP e-mail address of a group in Exchange Server 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929394

You receive an error message, and event ID 7048 is logged when you use the Exchange Migration Wizard with Exchange 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929392

Upcoming and On-Demand WebCasts and Events
Friday, January 05, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: Overview of Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
Join this webcast to find out how Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 gives you more control, enables anywhere access to your e-mail inbox, and provides built-in security and protection mechanisms. We cover the new Exchange Management Console and describe how the improved management interface is simpler for you to use and quicker for you to navigate. We also explore Windows PowerShell, the new administrative interface that provides a rich command-line experience. Attend this session for a look at the significant client improvements and transport rules in Exchange Server 2007.
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Wednesday, January 10, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: Introduction to the New Exchange Server 2007 Administrator Interface (Level 200)
In this webcast, we focus on using the new Exchange Management Console in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We begin the session with an overview of the differences between the Exchange Management Console and the administrative management interface in the previous version of Exchange Server, the Exchange System Manager. Next, we show you how to manage different aspects of your messaging system with the Exchange Management Console, including recipients, servers, organizational structure, transport rules, and more. We conclude the presentation with a look at the new toolbox, which includes the Queue Viewer and the Best Practices Analyzer Tool.
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Friday, January 12, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: Recipient Management, Policies, and Permissions in Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
In this webcast, we focus on the recipient management model in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, and discuss how it has changed since Exchange Server 2003. Learn how Exchange Server 2007 handles resources and find out about the changes to the administrative permission model. We also show how you can now use features in Exchange Server 2007 to separate your Active Directory directory service administration from your Exchange Server administration.
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Wednesday, January 17, 2007 – Microsoft Webcast: Optimizing Your Application Platform Infrastructure
A company’s application platform serves as the foundation for transactional and strategic business. The application platform dictates how data is stored and managed, how applications interact with each other, and what the user experience is like. In this webcast, we describe the different levels of optimization associated with an application platform. Learn how IT managers can use an optimization framework to plan, build, and maintain a connected, flexible, and secure application platform. We also introduce specific capabilities of Microsoft products and solutions, such as business intelligence (BI), service oriented architecture (SOA), and data management.
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Wednesday, January 17, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: Deploying and Migrating to Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
In this webcast, we look at deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We start by examining the hardware, software, infrastructure, and security requirements you need to meet before you can deploy the first Exchange Server computer. We then demonstrate the five server roles provided with Exchange Server 2007, illustrate what they do, and explore the options you have for implementing these roles within your organization. We also describe the installation process itself, looking at both the GUI and command-line installation routines. Attend this session to learn more about the migration from and coexistence with earlier versions of Exchange Server in your environment.
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Friday, January 19, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 01 of 24): Integration of Exchange Server 2007 and Active Directory (Level 200)
This session kicks off our 24-hour learning series on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. In this webcast, we cover the basic relationship between the Active Directory directory service and Exchange Server 2007. Learn about the important components of Active Directory that are required before you can install Exchange Server 2007. We also discuss the components Exchange Server installs and modifies, and we explain what these components do. This presentation starts on a high level with a review of some basic Active Directory concepts; we then get specific and look at the objects and scheme extensions Exchange Server 2007 installs
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Wednesday, January 24, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 02 of 24): Transport and Routing Architecture (Level 200)
In this installment of our 24-hour learning series, we discuss the changes made to the routing and transport functions in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We review the pros and cons of message routing and transport services in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2000. Then we look at the improvements made to transport and message routing in Exchange Server 2007, highlighting the benefits these enhancements offer users and administrators.
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Friday, January 26, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 03 of 24): Planning Installation (Level 200)
In part three of our series, we focus on planning for the installation of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We concentrate on deploying the five distinct server roles in Exchange Server 2007: Edge Transport, Hub Transport, Client Access, Mailbox, and Unified Messaging. We also cover other planning considerations, including storage sizing, server sizing, server placement, and management options, such as Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM). Join us for part four, the next session of our series, for greater detail on installing Exchange Server 2007.
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Wednesday, January 31, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 04 of 24): Installing Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
In this webcast, we continue with the installation of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 we started in the previous session. We provide an overview of the complete installation process, starting with the Active Directory directory service preparation. Join us as we explore the options for installing Exchange Server 2007 in unattended mode. We describe how to verify your installation was successful and provide troubleshooting techniques if you experienced any issues with the installation. We conclude this presentation by illustrating how to install additional software that might be required by your installation of Exchange Server 2007.
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Friday, February 02, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: Labcast Series (Part 1 of 8): Installing Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
Join this labcast as we walk you through the basics of installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We demonstrate how a standard installation works, and how you can add a server role to an existing deployment with a Windows PowerShell script. A labcast is a blend of webcast and virtual lab that provides a guided, hands-on learning environment. Watch and listen as we demonstrate different tasks via Microsoft Office Live Meeting, then switch to a virtual lab where you can try it yourself. Experts are standing by to answer any questions you may have along the way.
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Monday, February 05, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 05 of 24): Transitioning and Migrating to Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
In the previous session of this series, we discussed installing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. But what if you have an existing Exchange Server environment? What are your options then? What if you are using another messaging environment? In this webcast, we cover transitioning from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to Exchange Server 2007. We also examine upgrading from Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 or Exchange Server 5.5 and explore migrating from a Lotus Notes environment to Exchange Server 2007.
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Wednesday, February 07, 2007 – TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 06 of 24): Configuring Exchange Server Introduction (Level 200)
This webcast and the next webcast in this 24-part series are dedicated to configuring Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. In the first part of this two-part session on configuring the installation of Exchange Server 2007, we look at some post-installation tasks for securing the installation and the delegation of permissions. We explore the administration tools in Exchange Server 2007 and introduce Windows PowerShell, a new command-line shell and task-based scripting technology that we explore in greater detail in later sessions. We also cover implementing the Mailbox server role in Exchange Server 2007, explain how to configure this server role, and describe the database and storage groups. To complete the homework that is associated with this webcast series, you can register and attend the live Labcast Series, or you can register for a self-paced Virtual Lab
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Thursday, February 08, 2007 – Microsoft Webcast: Deploying Exchange Server 2007
Join this webcast to learn about the architecture within Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 from an IT professional’s perspective. Receive guidance on planning for the supported Exchange Server 2007 organization models (simple, standard, large, and complex) before deploying Exchange Server 2007 in your new or existing organization. We also show you several architectural advances in Exchange Server 2007, including features and components that have been redesigned, added, or removed
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New On-Demand Exchange Webcasts
TechNet Webcast: High Availability and Clustering in Exchange Server 2007 (Level 300)
Join this webcast presentation to learn about the technologies and features built into Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that enable high data availability solutions with fast, one-click recovery. We cover the enhancements to availability management on clustered and non-clustered systems running Exchange Server 2007.
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TechNet Webcast: Exchange Server 2007 Overview (Level 200)
In this webcast, we discuss how Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 gives you more control, enables anywhere access to your e-mail inbox, and provides built-in security and protection mechanisms. We cover the new Exchange Management Console and describe how the improved graphical user interface (GUI) management tool is simpler for you to use and quicker to navigate. We explore Windows PowerShell, the new administrative interface that provides a rich command-line experience, and we look at the significant client-side improvements and transport rules.
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TechNet Webcast: Deploying and Migrating to Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
In this webcast, we look at deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We start by examining the hardware, software, infrastructure, and security requirements you need to meet before you can deploy the first Exchange Server computer. We also demonstrate the five server roles Exchange Server 2007 provides, illustrate what they do, and explore the options you have for implementing these roles within your organization. We describe the installation process itself, looking at both the GUI and command-line installation routines. Attend this session to learn more about the migration from and coexistence with earlier Exchange Server environments.
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TechNet Webcast: Storage Sizing and Testing for Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)
In this webcast, we look at storage, storage sizing, and testing for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We provide an overview of storage and discuss the storage design goals in Exchange Server 2007. Join us as we compare and contrast the storage architectures in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007. Learn about the reliability and high availability of Exchange Server 2007 using Single Copy Clustering (SCC), Local Continuous Replication (LCR), and Cluster Continuous Replication. Attend this session to understand the five server roles introduced in Exchange Server 2007, as we illustrate how each role uses storage and examine the issues that affect storage design for each of these roles. We also explore the critical area of backup and recovery in Exchange Server 2007, before concluding with a discussion on monitoring and testing storage.
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TechNet Webcast: Mobile Messaging with Exchange Server 2003 SP2 and Windows Mobile 5.0 (Level 200)
In this webcast, we examine how Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 provides improved support for the mobile devices already in use in your organization. Join this session to learn the basic steps for administering mobile access, setting security, and enabling mobile messaging on Exchange Server and the mobile device itself. We focus on the simplicity and usability of services like Microsoft Office Outlook Mobile and explore your administrative options when using these mobile devices in the field. We also discuss how to secure your mobile messaging deployment using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2), Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server, and the Messaging and Security Feature Pack for Windows Mobile 5.0.
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