Monthly Archives: March 2005

Interesting Exchange KB articles

Here are a couple of interesting KBs that have come out or been updated recently: KB.884863 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/884863) – “Update to Exchange 2000 Server adds application event logging for deletion of public folders” An additional feature that is related to public … Continue reading

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Antivirus getting in the way of IsAlive checks

  Evan Dodds wrote a long time ago about the IsAlive behavior in Exchange 200x clusters, but one interesting scenario was brought to his attention recently. Remember that the IsAlive check for the SMTP resource requires the cluster node actively running the … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Exchange Server

  A brief history lesson, for those of us that have lived through this, it is great to see where we have been. Microsoft Exchange Server started its life as Exchange Server 4.0, shortly after Microsoft discovered the Internet.  Prior … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2003 SP1 Is Coming. Before You Install It On Exchange Server 2003…

If you are looking to roll out Windows Server 2003 SP1 on your Exchange servers and you are doing clustering on back-end servers, we have a hotfix that you will need to install.From: 841561 “500 – Internal server error” error … Continue reading

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HP Enhances E-Mail Archiving Storage Array

Bolstering its information life-cycle management lineup, Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday made hardware and software enhancements to the HP StorageWorks Reference Information Storage System (RISS), an application-aware, content-based archiving array. RISS, which shipped last May, is an integrated storage, search and retrieval … Continue reading

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IMF Enhancements via NEMX

SecurExchange IMF edition extends the IMF by: Allowing any number of thresholds to be defined with different actions for each threshold range. For instance, a SCL rating of 4-6 can be assigned “Quarantine”, while a SCL rating of 7-9 could … Continue reading

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Phishing And Complexities Of E-Mail Security Top List Of IT Pros’ Concerns

http://www.messagingpipeline.com/159904303 Business-technology professionals want simple, fast ways to manage E-mail security, with many aiming to consolidate with one vendor.

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