Message Tracking In Exchange 2003 & 2007
In most organizations, employees complain about undelivered mail; making message tracking often a need. Troubleshooting this problem leads to analysis of log files maintained by exchange server. This tutorial covers message tracking in exchange 2007.
Transitioning From Exchange Server 2003 To 2007 (SP3) Part-1
We have one domain controller which is running Windows Server 2003 with SP2 Enterprise Edition (32 Bit) and the same computer is also holding the roles like DNS, Global catalog and Schema master.
Transitioning from Exchange Server 2003 to 2007 (SP3) Part 2
In this second part of the article I am going to explain in detail about how to install Exchange Server 2007 SP3 in an existing exchange 2003 organization. Since I have installed Windows Server 2008 R2 as an operating system I need to install Exchange server 2007 SP3. If you want to install Exchange 2007 SP1/SP2 then you need to have Windows Server 2008 SP2 operating system because R2 supports only Exchange 2007 SP3.
Backup Databases with ES 2007 SP2
ES 2007 has introduced a new feature ‘Windows Server Backup’, among many, in SP2 to do exchange backup. It takes backup snapshots using Volume Shadow Service (VSS) which makes backup of the whole volume containing exchange data rather than ES application itself. In this article, I am doing to show you the installation and configuration of ‘Window Server Backup’ under Window Server 2008.
Exchange 2010 Security
State-of-the-art won't do, even the most advanced version of Exchange Server. Security is inevitably a circumstantial matter, and you'll always have to tailor things to a custom specification. Naturally, you'll inadvertently annoy your users, since securing attack surfaces is the corollary of taking away things people used to take for granted. Access to services might be disrupted, and features are no longer as easy to reach as before.