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Exchange 2000 Mail Clients

Learn more about how to use Microsoft Office 2000 and its e-mail client, Microsoft Outlook© 2000, with Microsoft Exchange Server to automate your business processes.

Where to Start

Exchange Clients: An Important Part of Your Exchange Server Deployments
It's important to look closely at your Exchange client choice when migrating to Exchange 2000 Server. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (November 2000)

Exchange Chat Service White Paper
Get details about deploying online chat, from setting up and managing large chats to integrating chat into your Web site.
Source: Microsoft.com

Exchange 2000 Outlook Web Access White Paper
Read about Microsoft Outlook Web Access for Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, which builds on the features of Outlook Web Access for Exchange Server 5.5. Source: Microsoft.com

Microsoft Outlook Web Site
Visit Microsoft's Outlook Web site for the latest support information, software updates, tips and tricks, and technical information for developers and IT pros.
Source: Microsoft.com

 

Planning and Deploying Outlook Web Access White Paper
Delve into details about the Exchange Server application design environment and how it can be used to develop collaborative solutions.
Source: Microsoft.com

Setup and Configuration
Customizing Outlook Installations
Customizing Outlook Installations By Rick Varvel, Microsoft Consulting Services, Portland AT A GLANCE Key Point: An automated Microsoft Outlook installation improves the speed and accuracy of deployment to end-users. Source: Microsoft.com

Customizing the Outlook Bar in MS Outlook 2000
Customizing the Outlook Bar in MS Outlook 2000. In Microsoft Outlook©, the Outlook Bar is the column on the left side of the Outlook window that contains groups of shortcuts. Users click a shortcut to open a frequently used item, such as their Inbox or a network folder. Source: Microsoft.com

Deploying an enterprise-wide Office Calendar in Exchange and Outlook
In this session, you will learn how deploy and administer a centralized Office Calendar using Outlook and Exchange (developed using client and server side scripting). With this solution, when users add, change or delete items on their personal calendars the Office Calendar will be automatically updated. Sample code will be provided so you can immediately put this solution into practice. Source: Microsoft.com

Deploying MS Outlook 2000 Before MS Office 2000
Deploying MS Outlook 2000 Before MS Office 2000 July 1999 Although it is usually simpler to deploy all of Microsoft Office 2000 at once, your organization might benefit from a staggered deployment of some Office applications. For example, you might choose to install Microsoft Outlook. Source: Microsoft.com

Hosting Your Own SMTP Mail Using Exchange 2000
In this article Mark Fugat explains how to configure Exchange 2000 to host your own SMTP Internet mail. Source: MSExchange.org

How to Build a Digital Dashboard Using Outlook 2000
This session focuses on how to build a 'Digital Dashboard' in Outlook 2000. You will learn how to enable users to get the most out of their IT infrastructure by making it easy to access critical email, document libraries, intranet information and search from a single customized Outlook Today style page. Source: Microsoft.com

How to Deploy and Manage Microsoft Outlook 2000
During this session, you'll learn how to use the available tools to deploy Outlook 2000 in your organization. If you are about to undertake or are considering the deployment of Outlook 2000, this is a must see session. Source: Microsoft.com

How to get access to all mailboxes in Exchange 2000 Server
With Exchange 5.5, this was simple because we had a service account. We simply logged in with the service account or used the credentials to gain access. This was most helpful when we were restoring a mailbox or otherwise capturing data in a lab or temporary restore server. Source: MSExchange.org

How to Set Up a Conference Room as a "Resource" in Outlook 2000
Kent Compton, a senior Microsoft consultants has transcribed the process for setting up conference rooms as resources, and also created a document on how to use this capability, which you can pass out to your users. Source: Microsoft.com

Migrating Applications to MS Outlook 2000
This article details the issues a developer might encounter when running an Outlook 98- or Outlook 97-based application on Outlook 2000. Source: Microsoft.com

MS Outlook 2000 Features and Configuration Guide
The Microsoft© Outlook? 2000 messaging and collaboration client can be used with a wide variety of e-mail servers and services, including standard Internet (SMTP/POP3 or IMAP4) mail servers and Microsoft Exchange Server. Outlook 2000 can also be used without an e-mail server for stand-alone contact, task, and schedule management. Because the capabilities of e-mail servers vary, the features available in Outlook 2000 vary, depending on which e-mail server©if any?you use. This document describes the Outlook features that are available with different types of e-mail servers.
Source: Microsoft.com

The Super-Easy Guide to the MS Outlook 2000 Object Model
The Super-Easy Guide to the MS Outlook 2000 Object Model White Paper Published: March 1999

Tips for Configuring Your MS Outlook 2000 Installation
Tips for Configuring Your MS Outlook 2000 Installation July 1999 When you deploy Microsoft Outlook© 2000 in your organization. Source: Microsoft.com

Outlook Web Access

Exchange 2000 Outlook Web Access
Microsoft Outlook Web Access is a tightly integrated component of Exchange 2000 and a direct descendant of Outlook Web Access introduced in Microsoft Exchange Server version 5.0. Enhancements to the Exchange 2000 architecture dramatically affect the way Outlook Web Access works. These enhancements significantly increased scalability and functionality. This paper addresses Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2000, specifically Outlook Web Access architecture and deployment. Source: Microsoft.com

Outlook Web Access Setup and Deployment
Microsoft Outlook Web Access for Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 provides secure access to messages, calendars, contacts, and public folders with only a Web browser. In this overview session, you'll learn how to utilize Outlook Web Access for Exchange Server 2000. Source: Microsoft.com

A Logon Screen For MS Exchange 2000 Outlook Web Access
In Exchange 2000, Outlook Web Access takes you straight into the Inbox without asking for a mailbox name. Not everyone misses the logon screen, but many people do, and a surprising number of people are asking how they can get it, or something similar, back again. Source: MSExchange.org

Securing Outlook Web Access using SSL
In this article we shall look at how we can secure OWA access using Secure Socket Layers (SSL).
Source: MSExchange.org

 

 

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