The folks over at msexchange.org have just posted a useful comparison chart of anti-spam products, they also invite you to submit suggestions of other anti-spam products that should be included:
Date/Time: September 8th 2004 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Microsoft Office, Southfield
Brad Billison, Microsoft Partner Technology Specialist, will talk on Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1 and the Intelligent Messaging Filter
This article explains how you can create and use General Purpose Public Folder Trees in Exchange 2003
This release adds the A, B, and C drives to the available drive list for home folder and terminal server home folder.
This guide explains how features work in the Exchange Server architecture, and how to configure and manage these features for optimal results. This content ranges from configuring global settings at an organizational level, to managing individual servers, to managing Exchange clusters. After reading this guide, you will have a solid understanding of what it takes to configure and manage your Exchange Server 2003 organization.
Replaces: “Using Microsoft Exchange 2000 Front-end Servers”
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server support using a server architecture that distributes server tasks among front-end and back-end servers. In this architecture, a front-end server accepts requests from clients and proxies them to the appropriate back-end server for processing. This guide discusses how Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2000 Server support the front-end and back-end server architecture. This guide also describes several front-end and back-end scenarios and provides recommendations for configuration.
Just posted by Ted Kolvoord over on the Exchange Team Blog:
David over at The P0stmaster blog has just published an interesting article on Exchange Storage Management.
This book describes how to transition Lotus Notes/Domino applications to the Microsoft platform. The goal of the book is to provide a step-by-step explanation for the migration of Notes/Domino applications to the Microsoft platform. The migration strategy uses a reference architecture, combined with established best practices developed in partnership with our customers and our top partners, who are experienced in these transitions.
The Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 store is a storage platform that provides a single repository in which you can manage multiple types of unstructured information. This guide provides in-depth information to make administration and troubleshooting tasks easier for you to perform.