Management & Administration

Last Updated on 3 March 2004, Total: 26 Articles and Tutorials

  1. Using Public Folders to Maximize Exchange Standard Edition Use

    Most small businesses rarely use their public folder. At most they share their company contact list there. It is ironic that these businesses can benefit most from using public folders... Read More

  2. 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

  3. SMTP Virtual Server Uncovered

    Mastering the inner workings of Exchange 2000's SMTP service can be very useful when configuring servers to deal with mail problems such SPAM attacks and virus outbreaks. This article will provide some insight into better SMTP queue management to improve your ability to cope when your queues get swamped with spam and virus outbreaks... Read More

  4. 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

  5. Using a Public Folder as a Mailbox

    In this article we will look at how to use a Public Folder in Exchange 2000 to collect mail that can then be accessed by multiple users, this could be used for a Sales Department or Customer Service mailbox for example... Read More

  6. Creating Resource Mailboxes in Exchange 2000

    This article describes the steps you need to take to create a Resource Mailbox in Exchange 2000, it also explains what your users need to do in order to utilize the Resource Mailbox correctly... Read More

  7. Using Public Folders to Hold Company Contacts

    This article describes how you can setup a Public Folder in Exchange 2000 to hold company contacts, it also explains how to set the permissions on the folder and how to allow users to access the folder like an address book... Read More

  8. Moving the Exchange Databases in Exchange 2000

    This article explains how you can move the Exchange 2000 Databases and/or the Exchange 2000 Transaction Log files to a different location... Read More

  9. Using Exchange 2000 as a low end contact management solution

    Many companies, not wanting to invest a lot of money in an expensive contact management solution use Outlook public folders for this purpose... Read More

  10. How to get access to all mailboxes in Exchange 2000 Server

    With Exchange 5.5, this was simple because we had a service account. We simply logged in with the service account or used the credentials to gain access. This was most helpful when we were restoring a mailbox or otherwise capturing data in a lab or temporary restore server... Read More