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Whitepaper: Exchange 2007 Transport Rules

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

Exchange 2007 message transport is very different than it was in previous versions of Exchange server. Using transport rules to apply policies to e-mail as it traverses through Exchange 2007 organization. Regulatory compliance, corporate policy and this little thing called security are more prevalent than ever and maintaining compliance and security in large Exchange organizations is difficult. This paper goes over using transport rules to apply policies to e-mail as it traverses through


Whitepaper: Exchange 2007 Message Classifications (Part 1)

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

This paper from MSExchange describes about the new Message Classification feature available in Exchange Server 2007. Exchange Server 2007 has a new feature called Message Classification where a message can be classified by the user or Administrator. This kind of feature helps organizations maintain e-mail policies as well as regulatory norms. When a message is classified, it receives metadata that describes the message use or audience. This classification is visible in OWA 2007 and Outlook 2007,


Whitepaper: Publishing Exchange 2007 OWA With ISA Server 2006

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

Exchange Server 2007 is a great product with several new functions. The changes in Outlook Web Access (OWA) are significant. From the option to specify the language of Outlook Web Access during OWA logon, to the option of specifying different Out of Office messages for internal and external users, and also the option to block access of some file types through OWA. Outlook Web Access publishing with ISA Server 2006 is the ideal combination if one wants to give the users secure access from


Whitepaper: Exchange 2007 Store Related Changes and Improvements

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

During the early stages of the development phase of Exchange Server 2007, rumors about changing the store to SQL circulated the Internet. Although the Exchange still is based on a more or less unchanged ESE database a lot of work went into providing a much more scalable, reliable, and optimized product which performs better than was the case with previous versions of Exchange. This paper published by MS Exchange discusses the changes and improvements done to Exchange 2007 in brief.


Whitepaper: Managing Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2007 (Part 1)

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

This paper has reviewed the steps required to create users (in the traditional way) by using the Exchange Management Console. Then, it reviews similar tasks using the flexibility of the Exchange Management Shell to help the user to create one or more users through commandlets. At the end of this paper, the author discusses how to manage some mailbox features at user level.


Whitepaper: Transitioning From Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange Server 2007 (Part 1)

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

In this paper the company takes one through how to perform a transition from Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange Server 2007. A transition is the process in which one performs an upgrade to Exchange 2007 that is one moves data from any legacy Exchange servers in the Exchange organization to new Exchange 2007 Servers, after which one can decommission the legacy Exchange servers. It’s important to note that in-place upgrades from Exchange 2000 or 2003 to Exchange Server 2007 aren’t supported,


Whitepaper: Transitioning From Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange Server 2007 (Part 2)

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

This paper published by TechGenix presents series covering how one transition from Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange 2007 Server deployed in the same Active Directory Forest. For the purpose of this paper TechGenix will only install one Exchange 2007 Server, and they will do so by selecting a typical installation of Exchange 2007. Since a typical installation of Exchange Server 2007 installs the Mailbox, Hub Transport and Client Access Server roles on the respective server, one must make sure the


Whitepaper: Installing, Configuring and Testing an Exchange 2007 Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) Based Mailbox Server (Part 3)

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

The user benefits from several advantages when he chooses to install the Exchange 2007 Mailbox Server role in a Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) setup in the organization. The primary reason is that the user no longer has a single point of failure, when talking about the Mailbox/Public Folder databases. Should the database on one node crash, an automatic fail over to the other node containing the secondary database is completed. This also means the user no longer needs to use a shared


Whitepaper: Uncovering the New Outlook 2007 AutoDiscover Service

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

A really interesting new feature in Exchange Server 2007 is the new AutoDiscover Service or more specifically Exchange Web Service, which among other things makes it much simpler and easier to configure the Outlook profiles in the Exchange 2007 organization. The AutoDiscover service is provided by the Client Access Server (CAS) role, which is the server role that replaces the front-end server from Exchange 2000 and 2003. So in order to make use of the new AutoConnect feature, at least one


Whitepaper: Installing, Configuring and Testing an Exchange 2007 Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) Based Mailbox Server (Part 2)

by MSExchangeJan 01, 2008

This paper from MSExchange shows how to install the necessary Windows components, enable and configure the Majority Node Set (MNS) Quorum with File Share Witness and the Transport dumpster on the Hub Transport Server. In this paper the paper will install the Windows components required by Exchange Server 2007 as well as configure the Majority Node Set (MNS) Quorum with File Share Witness.