Fabio Pintos’ Bio


I joined the Microsoft Exchange team in 1998 and I've been working as a developer on the Exchange System Management team, building user interface, hosting and other management infrastructures since then. My work ranges from user interface components like the Exchange extensions to 'Users and Computers', the Exchange Task Wizard and several parts of the Exchange System Manager to the code behind the UI, like create, delete and move mailbox and all the other recipient-related tasks. I've also contributes to the Exchange Hosting pack and I'm now currently working on the next generation user interface for Exchange.

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  1. Steve says:

    My environment is two servers, one Win2003 DC-GC, second is Exchange 2003 with all current SP. I am hosting 5 companies on same Exch 2003 server. I set a Virtual HTTP server for each company domain so that each company can log on using their own FQDN (mail.company.com). Under Exchange Path, I selected Mailboxes for SMTP domain, and selected their UPN suffix. For recipient policies, I am only assigning each company their own FQDN, not the main Exchange Organization. All users are successfully logging on (not on Windows 2000 machines due to the three line authentication) using their full email address and password when they are using WIndows XP (2 line authentication).
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    <br>When I create the Users, I set their User logon name to what they want their email address to show up as, and select their UPN from the list. For pre-Windows 2000 I enter their name with an _ and their company name. This allows me to have the same user name for different companies. Is there a better way to do this? When they change their password, they must use their pre-Windows 2000 logon and they all get confused.
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    <br>Thank You
    <br>Steve Barak
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