Exchange 2003

Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000 – Table of Contents

I recently finished a five part series on how to publish the Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access Web site using ISA Server 2000. The inspiration behind this series was the realization that ISA Server 2000 provides an absolutely unique ability to protect my OWA 2003 Web sites in a way that no other firewall in its class can do. Check out this series *before* you publish that OWA 2003 site!

Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000 – Part 3: SSL Bridging Drill Down and Requesting a Web Site Certificate

We continue our series on publishing Exchange 2003 OWA sites with a drill down on SSL to SSL bridging and the importance of Web site certificate configuration. Then the steps by steps for obtaining the Web site certificate and exporting it are discussed. Come on in if your wresting with OWA publishing and certificate assignment!

Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000 Part 2: Understanding SSL Bridging and Installing an Enterprise CA

In the first part of this series on how to publish the Exchange 2003 OWA site using ISA Server 2000, we went over some of the advantages the Exchange 2003 OWA site has over previous versions and a high level overview of the steps required to make the internal Exchange 2003 OWA available to external network users via ISA Server 2000 Web Publishing Rules. In this article we'll look at how the ISA Server firewall uses SSL bridging to provide a unique level of protection for your Exchange 2003 OWA site

Publishing Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with ISA Server 2000

ISA Server 2000 is the firewall of choice when publishing Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 services. If you are running, or plan to run, Exchange 2000 or 2003 services and want to make those services available to external network users, then it behooves you replace any existing firewall setup you current have in place and use an ISA Server 2000-based firewall offering. Check out this series on OWA 2003 publishing to get off to a good start.

Exchange 2003 Active Directory Connector Wizardry

Migration from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 was a bit of a headache for those who tried it, especially using the early versions of ADC, the component used to synchronize Exchange 5.5 and Active Directory. Microsoft will soon release Exchange 2003, which is not a great leap in design as Exchange 2000 but basically, the same product with some additional capabilities, improved web interface and Windows 2003 operating system support. The Exchange 2003 ADC has evolved to make basic migration scenarios more easy using automated and wizard based mechanisms. Let's look at some of the changes.

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Exchange 2003 Beta 2 – Improvements and Questions

Exchange 2003 is supposed to be a minor upgrade of Exchange 2000, mainly delivering improvements based on customer feedback. Exchange 2000, a major leap from Exchange 5.5 had some incomplete features and stability issues. Some features have been added through services packs (STM files virus checking, fault tolerant domain controller access, and more) and some have been saved for the new code named Titanium version. Some of the new features are only available when installed on the Windows 2003 platform, some only when used with the upcoming Outlook 11 client, also in its beta cycle.

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