Exchange 2010 Beta is here!

Finally.  Exchange 14 is now officially Exchange 2010.  Learn more at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/2010/default.aspx.

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Part 21 – I used to do it this way… Now how do I do it? Administering Exchange 2003 vs. Exchange 2007

To return to part 1 click here Transport POP3 and IMAP4 In Exchange 2003, POP3 and IMAP4 were both receive-only protocols that enabled a client to receive e-mail. To send e-mail, these clients had to relay SMTP traffic through the Exchange organization. Below you can see that the IMAP Virtual Server is disabled. The default…

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Part 20 – I used to do it this way… Now how do I do it? Administering Exchange 2003 vs. Exchange 2007

To return to part 1 click here Transport Outbound SMTP connections to other messaging servers In Exchange 2003, the routing group represented a communication boundary between Exchange servers that were part of the same organization. All Exchange servers that were in the same routing group were able to communicate directly with each other. To create…

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Part 19 – I used to do it this way… Now how do I do it? Administering Exchange 2003 vs. Exchange 2007

To return to part 1 click here Transport Disclaimer messages In Exchange 2003, you needed to create a custom event sink to apply disclaimers to messages or purchase a third part application that would do this for you. In Exchange 2007, disclaimers are defined by Transport Rules (or you can use Exchange Hosted Services also). …

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