Public Folders are one of the most useful features of Exchange Server. However, it’s possible that there are situations in which a folder’s visibility makes it desirable to have some […]
For those of you running Exchange 2000/2003 on a Domain Controller, this article describes how to make sure that the Exchange services are automatically stopped before Active Directory, substantially improving […]
Issuing certificates has historically been a fairly complicated process requiring the installation of Certificate Services, but a less well-known utility from the IIS6 Resource Kit Tools known as SelfSSL can […]
Automatic Updates often require a reboot, and if you have a Domain Controller with Exchange installed on it, a reboot can take a very long time indeed. This article discusses […]
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 […]
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