A whole bunch of Exchange webcasts coming up in May


The first one will also talk about some of the changes in Exchange 2003 SP1.






















































Title Technical Level Date Time (Pacific)
Exchange Server 2003 Overview 200 4-May 8-9:30
Exchange 2003 in Multi-Forest Environments 200 4-May 11-12:30
Migrating Lotus Notes Applications to VS.NET, SQL Server, Exchange 2003, and SharePoint 300 12-May 8-9:30
Exchange Server 2003 Mobile Services 300 19-May 8-9:30
Reducing Spam with Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook 2003 300 20-May 10-11:30
Exchange Server 2003: Better Exchange Remote Access! 200 27-May 12:30-2:00
Exchange Server 2003: Technical Overview 200 28-May 9:30-11:00
Exchange Server 2003 Disaster Recovery (broadcast live from Tech-Ed!) 200 28-May 12:15 - 1:00


- KC Lemson

Comments (3)
  1. Dillon says:

    While you mention spam, Ex03, and OL03 in the same sentence…an interesting question came up today. How could you push a mass "Add sender/domain to Safe Senders list" for Outlook 2003? I know it’s stored in the registry and hidden inbox message, but changing the registry doesn’t seem to affect much. Google groups didn’t seem to have much information on how to change it, just how to retrieve it.

    Reason for asking – a company has a UNIX box that sends HTML mail notifications into the Exchange system via SMTP. The sender is from subdomain.company.com so Outlook treats it as an outside sender and blocks the images in the message. Rather than pushing instructions to all the mail users, they’d like to see it in the default configuration.

    Maybe it can or can’t be dun, but it’s a fun config problem to think about. :)

    …D

  2. Dillon says:

    Dun…wow…D-O-N-E. Fingers get tired by Friday. :)

    …D

  3. Anonymous says:

    The first one will also talk about some of the changes in Exchange 2003 SP1. Title Technical Level Date Time (Pacific) Exchange Server 2003 Overview 200 4-May 8-9:30 Exchange 2003 in Multi-Forest Environments 200 4-May 11-12:30 Migrating Lotus Notes…

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