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Deploying Multimedia Messaging on Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server: Oct 18

Q: Deploying Multimedia Messaging on Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server: Oct 18

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Exchange 2000 Server provides support for multimedia enhancement of messages. To take advantage of the multimedia features in Exchange 2000, you must have an e-mail client that supports multimedia enhancement, such as Microsoft Outlook 2000 or Microsoft Outlook Web Access. This Exchange technical article discusses the options available to you when deploying Microsoft Exchange Multimedia Control for use with Outlook 2000 or Outlook Web Access.

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44278&area=search&ordinal=2

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eddie

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Windows Clustering is a Microsoft Windows® 2000 Server feature that administrators can use to achieve continuous availability of server resources. Read this Exchange Online Book to help you understand how Exchange 2000 uses Windows Clustering and how to:
• Plan for and create Exchange 2000 clusters
• Monitor the performance of Exchange 2000 clusters
• Maintain the availability of Exchange 2000 clusters

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44277&area=search&ordinal=3

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Microsoft Exchange Conferencing Server extends the productivity and connectivity of knowledge workers through multi-party audio, video, and data conferencing services. This article introduces the concepts behind Exchange Conferencing Server and provides guidelines and topologies for deploying data and video conferencing services, plus information to assist you with regular maintenance tasks

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

Microsoft Word 2000 or later
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...40-1094-441b-bb85-32c00b718f16&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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Hi all,

I have the above system set up on 13gig partition. Thier is only 8% free space left.

Normally I just clear out the event logs and recoup enough space to keep running comfortably, but not this time.

All user data is in on a different partion. Is 13g just not enogh room for exchange and the server software or is something else clogging up the system???

Any help greatfully accepted.

Phil
 

A:Microsoft exchange/ MS Server 2000

Just a note

Program files takes up about 5.78 gig

WIndows nt directory 1.96gig

Is it possible, I just need eceryone to clean out there mail boxes?

Thanks

Phil
 

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Hiya

This step-by-step article provides instructions for configuring Microsoft Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server to host attendees connecting over the Internet. This article describes the process of configuring conferencing resources for Internet attendance. It also discusses bandwidth and firewall considerations.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...0c-7953-46cf-8d96-108e605ace42&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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This book explains how to configure Microsoft® Exchange 2000 Server for sending and receiving Internet mail. Although Exchange supports many Internet protocols and features, this book mainly focuses on Internet mail and SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...e1-3761-4e7a-b6ca-f31fe957c024&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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Application Management Pack is designed to help e-mail administrators of all experience levels monitor and manage an Exchange 2000 deployment. The detailed alert descriptions and integrated knowledge base empower less experienced Exchange administrators by helping them to diagnose problems. Included in this document:

Application Management Pack Features
What Application Management Pack Monitors
Alerts Generated by Application Management Pack
Integrated Knowledge Base
Reports

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...90-6719-423b-b170-20bc30196fea&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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This step-by-step technical article provides instructions for installing Microsoft® Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server into a Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 mixed site. This article describes the process of configuring your Exchange environment so that both Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000 users are able to schedule, join, and participate in online conferences by using Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server.

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44691&area=search&ordinal=19

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eddie
 

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Mailbox management is a critical skill for Exchange administrators. Exchange 2000 provides functionality to protect and to recover mission-critical mailboxes. In this article, you learn how to protect mailboxes, how to restore damaged mailboxes from backup to a separate server and then reconnect those mailboxes to the original server, and how to recover deleted mailboxes.
System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44699&area=search&ordinal=18

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eddie
 

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Disaster Recovery for Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server is a .NET Enterprise Servers Online book in .PDF format that shows you how to develop and implement a well-planned backup strategy to prevent the loss of business-critical data within a Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server organization. This book also shows you how to perform the necessary backup and restore procedures so that you can prepare for and implement a recovery if a disaster occurs

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 98 & 2000 & Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=42746&area=search&ordinal=12

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eddie
 

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This article presents a recommended configuration for deploying a supported configuration of a dual-homed Microsoft Exchange server to act as a gateway server for the Exchange organization. This server can process mail individually or act as a bridgehead for other servers in an Exchange organization.

System Requirements

Minimum Requirement - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=43539&area=search&ordinal=1

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eddie
 

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This document explains the process by which Exchange 2000 Server uses permissions to control access to objects in the Exchange store (public folder databases and mailbox databases). This document provides detailed answers to the following questions and more:
-When I open a folder or message, what does Exchange check in order to determine whether I have access?
-How do Exchange store permissions differ from permissions in Windows 2000 Active Directory and the Windows 2000 file system?

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=43501&area=search&ordinal=6

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eddie
 

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The Microsoft Exchange 2000 Instant Messaging service allows users on a TCP/IP network to participate in real-time conversations, just as they would in a chat room. In Instant Messaging, messages are received immediately on the recipient's desktop, regardless of what application the recipient is using. This technical article provides detailed information about Exchange 2000 Instant Messaging architecture and deployment.
System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44707&area=search&ordinal=15

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eddie
 

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This article provides an Exchange 2000 deployment case scenario for an imaginary company called Coho Vineyard, which guides you through the following six steps of an Exchange deployment:

Create a detailed deployment plan.
Begin a successful deployment of Microsoft Windows® 2000.
Prepare Active Directory® directory service and Exchange directories.
Install your first Exchange 2000 server.
Upgrade the information stores and other Exchange components.
Switch to Exchange native mode.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...00-ec34-4864-9f56-38928d12b79c&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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In Exchange 2000, as in Exchange 5.5, a public folder is a storage container for messages or information shared among all users in your organization. Public folders can still contain different types of information, and they are still part of the information store that Exchange clients and Web browsers can access. Now, Microsoft Office 2000 and custom applications can also access Exchange public folder stores. You can open and save documents directly in the public folder stores.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Microsoft Word 2000 or later
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...f6-25c1-485d-8b05-0160699a68eb&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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is there a way i can get a list with all the users login time, log off time, and all the info?
 

A:windows 2000 server/exchange server

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I have installed Exchange 5.5 on a windows 2000 Server machine and would like to find some resources on how to setup mail accounts, could someone steer me in the right direction? I have Outlook 2000 setup on my LAN and have no problems setting up users using Outlook, But when it comes to Exchange I have very little knowledge.
 

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Hey, everyone...I hope someone can help me on this thing. I'm a bit of a fledgling to Exchange Server 2000 (I have some experience in the setup and database repairing [eseutil is a pain in the ***]). I have a bit of a scenario that I can't seem to get an answer on from one of my exchange sources, and wanted to post it here and see if I can get a hand. Here's what we have:

My company is divided into two divisions. The parent company holds the company's e-mail server in house (they are right next door to us so access to the main mail server is not a problem). Despite the split of divisions, we all use the same e-mail address naming scheme (example: @bob123.com). In our office, I have set up an exchange server of our own to receive the mail to pull the mail from the main server for only our division. (example...[email protected] is set up on the main server and I want to be able to have our exchange server pull down her e-mail only to ours). We are on seperate networks and the domain names for the two servers are different (mail server is mail.bob123.com and my server is mail.bob123oem.local). There seems to be some connectivity problems between the two servers and I cannot seem to be able to get the mail from the main server to our server.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Brian
 

A:Exchange 2000 server

Are you using AD? Is there a trust between the two domains? Do both email servers live in the same domain? What prompted setting up a second email server strickly for one company's email?

Ultimately, what are you trying to do with your email? I don't think a second server is required for what you need (if my assumptions are correct)....
 

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Hello all,

Does anyone have a quick fix to remove an active mailbox from the global address list? I've looked at the MS knowledge base and it all points to offline, filtered lists, etc. I just need to remove one mailbox from the list.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
 

A:Exchange 2000 Server question

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Have Exchange 2000 working in my home lab. Have a LinkSys NAT router/cable modem to the internet. I do NOT have a registered domain out on the internet. Question: Is it possible to send an e-mail to my exchange server via [email protected] (public IP addess) ? I can't get that to work. Also when I send an e-mail to my [email protected] account from my local OutLook it does not arrive.

Internally the Exchange Server works with OutLook just fine.

I have Active Directory e-mail enabled accounts set up and ports opened on my router but no luck.

Any e-mail savy folks willing to help ? I really would like to use my Exchange server for real... if even in a crude way.

Thanks
 

A:Home Exchange 2000 Server

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OK i have a mail server setup on my exchange 2000 server, its the standard MS imap and smtp servers that are setup. I can receive email, It takes its time to arrive but i do receive it, but i can not send at all, when i check the properties in exchange system manager i seeing the error message....

Unable to deliver the remote message because the destination address was misconfigure as a mail loop.

i sometimes receive a delay notification email from postmaster saying the message will be delayed and sometimes the mail does get sent but not all of the time.

I hope someone can help with this problem.

Thanks
Mick
 

A:Exchange 2000 Mail Server

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I have 400 users with email. My current server is 550 Mhz PIII, 512 Mb, NT4 Server, a 3, 5 and 8 gig hard drives. I am planning on upgrading to a dual Xeon (2.4Ghz+ each), 2gig Ram. I am not sure what size or how many hard drives, Raid level to get. Also, what operating system should I go with ? What version of Exchange should I go with. Thanks in advance!
 

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Ok here is my situation, I have a Windows 2000 server DC with 5 clients running Windows 2000, I also have a Windows 2000 server running Exchange 5.5 on that same domain, my 2000 server DC also acts as my DNS server, my question is how and what are the best way to setup my Exchange 5.5 mail server, as it stands now I cannot send or receive mail what am I doing wrong? I understand these questions are a bit general so I will be happy to supply any info you may need to help me.
 

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I have a old 2000 server with exchange server 2000. The exchange server was crashed. Users' outlook can't open. I stopped the exchange server now. Someone told me to mount store for mailbox, but failed to mount. I saw the following error messages from the event view:

MSExchangeSA
Error: 9175

"The MAPI call 'OpenMsgStore' failed with the following error:
The Microsoft Exchange Server computer is not available. Either there are network problems or the Microsoft Exchange Server computer is down for maintenance.
The MAPI provider failed.
Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store
ID no: 8004011d-0526-00000000

For more information, click http://www.microsoft.com/contentredirect.asp. "
MSExchangeFBPublish
Error: 8197

"Error initializing session for virtual machine. The error number is 0x8004011d. Make sure Microsoft Exchange Store is running.

For more information, click http://www.microsoft.com/contentredirect.asp. "
Please help me to fix this major problem and users need to use outlook daily.

Thank you very much.
 

A:Exchange server 2000 crashed

If the server that Exchange is running on is down you need to fix that first. Have you rebooted the server? Occaisionally the Exchange services stop and a reboot will set things right if other services the store uses have also stopped. Reboot and check back.
 

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When you send an email, you have your choice of "Contacts: list:
1. Outlook Address Book
2. Global Address List
3. All Address List
All Address List -sub contacts..
4. Public Folders

And a few others:

I would like to deletea few "Contacts" list and add.

Dreamboat...help((((((
 

A:Outlook 2000 on Exchange Server

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im trying to find my keycode for my exchange 2000 server box, i know that magicjelly bean finds your keycodes for all other os'es...what free tool does anyone know of that will find my keycode on my already installed xchange?
 

A:Solved: Exchange 2000 server

i found a program that found it for me thanks anyways.
 

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Hiya

There is a flaw in how the System Attendant makes these Registry
configuration changes. This flaw could allow an unprivileged user
to remotely access configuration information on the server.
Specifically, this flaw inappropriately gives the "Everyone"
group privileges to the WinReg key. This key controls the ability
of users and groups to remotely connect to the Registry. By
default, only Administrators are given the ability to remotely
connect to the Registry, by granting permissions on this key.

The flaw does not grant any abilities beyond the ability to
connect remotely. However, an attacker's ability to make changes
to the Registry once they have successfully connected would be
dictated by the permissions on the specific keys within the
Registry itself. Thus, while this vulnerability does not itself
give an attacker the ability to change Registry settings, it
could be used in conjunction with inappropriately permissive
registry settings to gain access to, and make changes to a
systems Registry.

Affected Software:

Microsoft Exchange Server 2000

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms02-003.asp

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eddie
 

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I need urgent help...

This morning our server automatically restarted, just as everyone was logged in first thing in the morning...
the server is back up, but it appear the Exchange service is not running... as when people try and open up Outlook, it says "There are not enough user licences for you to log into exchange server etc" or "unable to open user folder" etc...

Any Ideas???
 

A:Need Urgent help with EXCHANGE SERVER 2000

Check the license manager first off to make sure you have enough licenses installed and then check the event logs. Sounds like your information store may be corrupted due to the unexpected reboot. If there are no events go into the services and try to manually restart the Exchange services and Internet mail connector...if there is a corrupt information store it will tell you right there.
 

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1. Exchange account and password ok, can setup the account
on another computer, no problem.

2. Problem computer: XP Pro all service packs.
P4 1.5 Intel motherboard
512MB
40GB
Outlook 2002

3. Problem: Opening outlook, enter username, passord, domain.

Message: Your logon information was incorrect. Check our
username and domain..... etc..

4. Is there a file that needs to be deleted or edited on the user
computer ?
 

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I am currently using the backup program that comes with Windows 2000 Server When I back up the exchange server I get the following report-

Warning: Portions of “\Mailbox Store (Server name) cannot be read. The backup data is corrupted or incomplete. This file will not restore correctly.

Everything seems to be working fine. Has anyone else received this message, and if so, what did you do about it?

Thanks in advance, this looks like a great forum.
 

A:Question backing up Exchange Server 2000

The reason for the error is because the mail store is a database and is always in use and thus the file is always open. Most native backups cannot backup open or in use files. YOu might want to check that your backup utility has the proper permissions to backup maibox resources.
 

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Hello All,
I'm after some more help and advice.

I work for a small Charity, which unfortunately is having some funding problems. This is very bad timing, as we have a backup problem too.

I know throwing money at the issue would solve it, but that is not currently an option.
Here’s our setup:

Windows Server 2000
- File Store (10 Users My Docs)
- MS Exchange Server (10 users)
- Symantec Anti-Virus 10.
- Backup Tape Drive DDS3 (8 x12GB tapes)
and
Windows XP (x 10 users)

My problem is; BackUp isn’t running, and I can’t afford to get professional advice or help (other that you!).
I’d like to think I can do it, but when I follow instruction, I get a warning in the morning saying ‘insert tape #2’, or something to that effect. I figured I have too much data backup.

I need to know:
What Backup software should I use? I have been using NTBackup in the past.
Should I use the last of our cash, and buy VERITAS?
I’m told VERITAS would compress the data, and I wouldn’t need to get bigger tapes (and possibly a newer tape drive to cope with the new tapes).
Or should I buy bigger tapes, (DDS3 24GB) and would they work on with the Tape drive I have?

Or does anyone have any better suggestions?

Please help.
Ps. I’m in London (Old Street), so if anyone wants to pop round out of the goodness of their heart to help, I’m more than happy.
Here’s where I work for http://www.vertic.org
 

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(I've already posted this message in Business Applications, but it only got 6 hits, and I'm sure 3 of them were me, so I'm gonna see if it does better here)

Hello All,
I'm after some more help and advice.

I work for a small Charity, which unfortunately is having some funding problems. This is very bad timing, as we have a backup problem too.

I know throwing money at the issue would solve it, but that is not currently an option.
Here’s our setup:

Windows Server 2000
- File Store (10 Users My Docs)
- MS Exchange Server (10 users)
- Symantec Anti-Virus 10.
- Backup Tape Drive DDS3 (8 x12GB tapes)
and
Windows XP (x 10 users)

My problem is; BackUp isn’t running, and I can’t afford to get professional advice or help (other that you!).
I’d like to think I can do it, but when I follow instruction, I get a warning in the morning saying ‘insert tape #2’, or something to that effect. I figured I have too much data backup.

I need to know:
What Backup software should I use? I have been using NTBackup in the past.
Should I use the last of our cash, and buy VERITAS?
I’m told VERITAS would compress the data, and I wouldn’t need to get bigger tapes (and possibly a newer tape drive to cope with the new tapes).
Or should I buy bigger tapes, (DDS3 24GB) and would they work on with the Tape drive I have?

Or does anyone have any better suggestions?

Please help.
Ps. I’m in London (Old Street), so if anyone wants to pop round out of the goodness of their he... Read more

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Hiya

This technical article discusses Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server terms and concepts, shows specific design details for the fictitious Woodgrove Bank Exchange environment, and describes best practices with regard to Exchange 2000 design principles.

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44709&area=search&ordinal=13

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eddie
 

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Does anyone know of a good method of moving all events from the Personal Folders Calendar to the Exchange Server Mailbox Calendar? I am using Outlook 2000. Please advise.
 

A:Outlook 2000 - Exchange Server environment

Sure.

Open your pst calendar. View it so that you see a LIST of all events. Click on one of the events and hit ctrl-a. This should highlight (select) all events.

Click on the server-side calendar folder, and hit Paste.
 

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Can anyone tell me or does anyone know why I can see message headers in public folders, but I can't actually get or see the messages.

Background info: Router/Firewall setup but unsure of exchange setup.

Thanks.
 

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I work for a large company. Because of their licensing arrangement, they gave me permission to download/install MS Office 2000. I did so over the internet. I wanted to create a profile to connect to their Exchange Server. However - from the control panel - under "Mail" - its comments read "Microsoft Outlook Profiles". It does not permit the creation of the proper profile. I have another PC, which already had Office 2003 on it. On the control panel, the comments for "Mail" read "Microsoft Office Outlook Profiles". Note the word Office. From there I could create a profile to connect to the server. It's as if on the first PC it didn't recognize that Office had been installed. How can I get it to connect?

BTW, both have Windows XP Home SP2 on them.
 

A:Can't connect Outlook 2000 to Exchange Server

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Hello!

I'm using Exchange 2000 Server. With Exchange 5.5 there was a way under the Internet Mail Service to specify the Administrator account.... and that account would collect all the incoming mails that don't match a specific user.
I'd like to do the same on Exchange 2000, but I can't find that option.
Can anyone help me please?

Thanks a lot!
ZurdoLand.
 

A:Exchange 2000 Server - Undeliverable e-mails

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This article discusses the principles of designing an Exchange 2000 storage solution. It does not, however, provide a procedure for configuring and deploying Exchange 2000 storage solutions, nor does it discuss storage from a clustering perspective, although the principles outlined in this article are applicable to a clustered version of Exchange. This article focuses mainly on mailbox storage, but the principles and concepts apply to public folder storage as well.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Minimum Requirements - Microsoft Word 2000 or later.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...12-bbbe-402e-9e2d-3b7b0820d2f4&DisplayLang=en
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eddie
 

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Microsoft Outlook Web Access is a tightly integrated component of Exchange 2000. Enhancements to Exchange 2000 architecture dramatically affect Outlook Web Access functionality, specifically increased scalability and functionality. This technical article addresses Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2000, focusing on the architecture and deployment of Outlook Web Access
System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=45079&area=search&ordinal=4

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eddie
 

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I use Microsoft exchage to check work email and schedule. I can read the emails, but in the area where you normally type the body of the email there is a small red x in top left corner and you cannot type anything in it. Any ideas out there why? Thanks.

A:Using Vista with Microsoft exchange 2000

Ive got the same issue, anyone thats got any idea let us know.

Thanks.

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Hiya

Exchange 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) is a cumulative service pack that provides interoperability with Microsoft Windows® .NET Server Domain Controllers, fixes to customer-reported issues, and updates based on the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Initiative.

System Requirements

Read the release notes for SP3 to ensure a successful SP3 installation. This service pack cannot be uninstalled.

Prior to installing SP3, you will need to make a complete backup of all your Exchange data.

After installing SP3, you will need to make another complete backup of your Exchange data for your records.

Operating System - Windows 2000

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40689&area=search&ordinal=6

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eddie
 

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Hi, I am hoping you guys can help me solve this problem.

We have Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 at our Organisation, it has been working great over the past couple of years, however, all of a sundden, in the past month, some (not all) emails which have been sent to some people in the organisation have not been reaching them.

This happens in two ways, some external parties cant email someone inside out organisation (when they were able to like last week), yet other people are able to...
And also sometime when a continual email conversation is occuring, some replys do not rech their recipient inside out organisation.

Can someone please tell me why this is occuring, and how I can rectify it, its quite urgent as we are trying to get some important documents emails into us, yet they are not getting through. HELP! HELP HELP! Thankyou... It would be greatly appreciated...
 

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Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server performs very similarly with all protocols including Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3), Internet Message Access Protocol version 4 (IMAP4), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI), and Microsoft Outlook Web Access. This technical article demonstrates how servers processing POP3, IMAP4, and Outlook Web Access requests perform on Exchange 2000 Server as varying amounts of load are run against 4, and then, 8-processor servers.

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=45074&area=search&ordinal=9

Regards

eddie
 

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I downloaded something from the internet and it totally screwed up my system. I had to format my hard drive.

I am very tired and sick of this computer. But I am almost whole again.

I was configuring Outlook 2000.

I want to get to the Outlook Setup Wizard. Specifically I want to be able to choose/use Microsoft Exchange Server and use those screens.

But all I can do is use Internet Mail Only.

I have deleted
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Messaging
Subsystem\Profiles\Microsoft Outlook Internet Settings

But it still setups with internet mail only.

I have deleted Office 2000 three times and reinstalled it. Once after deleting the HKEY.

I do not know how to remove/uninstall just Outlook 2000. I remove the complete Office 2000 Suite.

Basically, I want to get out of this Outlook 2000 Internet Only Mail Hell.

I just want my Outlook Wizard (Microsoft Exchange Server)... thanks!!!

P.S. This is an awesome site. Glad I found it.
 

A:Outlook 2000 Exchange Server/Internet e-mail

merlynda,

Welcome to TSG!

Open Outlook and go to Tools > Options > Mail Delivery.

At the bottom of the window, click the button labeled Reconfigure Mail Support... Select Corporate or Workgroup and follow the prompts.
 

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Hiya

This article is intended for Exchange 2000 or Outlook Web Access administrators who are familiar with HTTP and basic Microsoft Windows 2000 concepts. A familiarity with Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) will also aid troubleshooting.
Use the five steps presented in this article to troubleshoot the most common Outlook Web Access logon errors. These steps help you to determine:
What type of error you may have
What the error means
Possible causes for the error
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Minimum Requirements - Microsoft Word 2000 or later

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...81-9a3a-469f-9014-eedf45f8eb92&DisplayLang=en

I've also popped some in Networking, but they may be off better in here. Oh, well

Regards

eddie
 

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We had a problem in exchange server 2000, like it was denying clients request. I formated and installed windows 2000 server and exchange server from the scratch.

After the installation i opened pop3 connectors from system manager, and did the configuration for all the users to retrieve mails from our webmail. All the required services are running.

After retrieving i noticed that all the mails from a user mailbox disappeared from webmail inbox, that means it transferred all the user mails to exchange server mailbox. But, in clients outlook inbox no mails is there. They can send mails but not receive.

I dont know what is hapenning, can someone help me?
 

A:Exchange server 2000-problem in receiving mails

We are/were/am having the same problem???

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

freddy
 

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