Mobility & Client Access

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 and SharePoint: Two Peas in a Pod?

It is rarely wise to do something simply because you can. With Service Pack 2 of Exchange 2000, it is now possible to run Exchange 2000 and Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server on the same box. I may argue against such a configuration in the name of network efficiency, but I am not completely one-sided in my opinions when I touch ever so cautiously—on the few special scenarios for which it may be a good idea after all.

Configuring and Using OWA in Exchange 2000 Server

Business today is said to travel at the speed of light, unlike one particular thrill ride at a local amusement park that travels at the speed of fright (but then again, that’s a completely separate story). If you’ve personnel who travel frequently or large production (i.e. manufacturing) environments or a any of a thousand other things going on, you might want to consider using Outlook Web Access to allow your users to access their Exchange Server mailboxes—literally from anywhere in the world.

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