Exchange 2000 Articles

Last Updated on 6 July 2004, Total: 71 Articles and Tutorials

4 High Availability & Recovery
26 Management & Administration
5 Migration & Deployment
9 Mobility & Client Access
8 Monitoring & Operations
10 Planning & Architecture
7 Security & Message Hygiene
2 Tools
  1. A Logon Screen For MS Exchange 2000 Outlook Web Access

    In Exchange 2000, Outlook Web Access takes you straight into the Inbox without asking for a mailbox name. Not everyone misses the logon screen, but many people do, and a surprising number of people are asking how they can get it, or something similar, back again... Read More

  2. Accelerating the Exchange Server shut down process

    What do you do when your Exchange server takes a long time to shut down? Here is a short simple way to speed up your Exchange server shutting down... Read More

  3. Administering Exchange 2000

    Part of the planning process for deploying Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server in your organization is determining how to administer it. With the introduction of Active Directory, you can separate the administration of servers from the administration of recipients. Understanding this separation is important in deciding how to administer Exchange. In addition, understanding the new administration models is necessary to administer... Read More

  4. Allowing Users to Access Multiple Mailboxes or Creating a Group Mailbox

    Many organizations require their users to have access to multiple mailboxes or have access to a common mailbox, this article will explain how to configure Exchange 2000 to achieve this... Read More

  5. Backing up Exchange 2000 using Windows 2000 Backup

    This article explains the steps taken to backup your Exchange 2000 Information Store using the built-in Windows 2000 Backup program on your Exchange 2000 Server. It also explains the other information that should be backed up to ensure you can recover from a disaster... Read More

  6. Blocking Incoming Mail Using Microsoft Exchange 2000

    An employee comes to you and reports they are receiving email from an old friend and they don’t want it anymore, or the HR department manager is getting inappropriate emails from an ex-employee, do you know what to do. Now, you could go out and purchase a third-party tool to block the mail, but with Exchange 2000 you have a... Read More

  7. Blueprint for an Exchange Service Level Agreement

    This document was prepared in order to detail the mechanics behind a Service Level Agreement between a fictitious Company ABC and an outsourcing vendor. Several specific requirements have been assumed and documented in this article. My goal was to product a template that other companies could use to begin work on their own SLA... Read More

  8. Changing the Display Order in the Exchange 2000 Address List

    In this article we will look at how we can modify the DisplayName field in Active Directory to use the LastName, FirstName format, this will then ensure that the Address Lists used by your users will be sorted by LastName... Read More

  9. Configuring DNS for Exchange 2000

    Exchange 2000, internally, unlike traditional SMTP mail servers, does not rely on DNS MX records for mail delivery within the organization. Instead, it maintains a dynamic routing table used to transport mail around the Exchange organization. However, Exchange 2000 does depend on DNS for resolving host names, finding global catalog servers and finding other mail servers on the Internet. Also,... Read More

  10. Configuring Exchange 2000 before Installing: The path less traveled

    Have you ever wished that you could install Exchange 2000 Server your way? Do you wish that you could have all of your Administrative Groups and Routing Groups not only planned out on paper but configured and laid out in your domain or forest before actually installing the first Exchange 2000 Server? Well…you can!... Read More