Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Guide Version 0.6.0 Aug 15, 2002

Introduction

This Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Guide is intended to provide handy reference information for readera and allow readers to find out how to perform various operations quickly. This guide was written based on my own need to understand enough about the Exchange System Manager controls to be able to configure logging so I could stop spammers and determine whether a domain user account was being used by unauthorized users to send mail. This guide will specify how to:

  • Turn relaying on or off.
  • Set various logging capabilities.

This guide is under construction and more will be added over time.

Client Types

  • Mesage Application Programming Interface (MAPI) clients - Outlook corporate installation.
  • Outlook Web Access(OWA)
  • POP3 - Outlook Express and Outlook internet installation.
  • Internet Message Access Protocol version 4 (IMAP4) - Outlook Express, Netscape Navigator, and Outlook internet installation.
  • Exchange Installable File System (EXIFS) - Allows users to save documents in an Exchange 2000 mailbox folder or read mail messages using Microsoft Office.
  • Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) - Can make public folders appear as a network news site. This protocol is used by Outlook Express and Outlook internet installation.
  • Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) - Used to communicate with other mail servers and clients.
  • Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) - Used to allow clients to use their wb browsers to access their mail over the internet.

Server Versions

  • Exchange 2000 Server - Supports one database with a maximum size of 16Gb. No support for clustering or chat.
  • Exchange 2000 Enterprise Server - Supports multiple databases with unlimited size.
  • Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server - Supports video conferencing and additional file sharing and scheduling capabilities.