MICROSOFT Exchange Server 2003 Std Disk Kit - 1 User - Win - Dutch

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Exchange 2003 enables information workers to gain access to critical business communications almost whenever and wherever they need to and is designed to deliver greater security, availability, and reliability. Exchange 2003 sets a new benchmark for low total cost of ownership (TCO) by helping your information technology (IT) staff to do more with less through improved management tools.

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What's New
Ability to restrict distribution lists to authenticated users Exchange Server 2003 allows administrators to restrict distribution lists to only allow sending from authenticated users. Administrators can also specify which users can or cannot send to specific distribution lists.
Support of real-time safe and block lists Exchange Server 2003 supports connection filtering based on real-time safe and block lists. This helps organizations reduce the amount of unsolicited mail delivered to their organization.
Inbound recipient filtering The recipient filter reduces unsolicited e-mail by filtering inbound e-mail based on the recipient. E-mail that is addressed to users that are not found, or to whom the sender does not have permissions to send, is returned to the sender with the appropriate nondelivery report. This applies only to mail sent by anonymously authenticated users.
Forms-based authentication in Outlook Web Access Forms-based authentication provides support for secure logoff and timed logoff after a period of inactivity, even if the browser is left open with a current session to the server.
Kerberos authentication between a front-end and back-end server Exchange Server 2003 uses Kerberos delegation when sending user credentials between a front-end server (such as Outlook Web Access or Outlook Mobile Access) and a back-end server (such as the mailbox store) to help ensure that credentials are secure.
Mailbox Recovery Center The Mailbox Recovery Center tool provides bulk reconnection of mailboxes to the appropriate user in the Microsoft Active Directory directory service to support disaster recovery scenarios. This tool scans the mailbox database to determine all disconnected mailboxes, automatically matches user mailboxes to user accounts in Active Directory, recovers individual or multiple mailboxes, and identifies conflicts.
Automatic error reporting Error reporting allows server administrators to easily report errors to Microsoft. Microsoft collects the reports and uses the information to improve product functionality.
Suppressing Out of Office messages to distribution lists If a user is not specified on the To: or Cc: line, the Out of Office message is not sent. This prevents sending Out of Office messages to distribution lists, whose readers frequently do not want to see them.
Support for Volume Shadow Copy service Exchange Server 2003 supports the Volume Shadow Copy service implemented in Windows Server 2003. The copy service functionality provides a near-instantaneous backup and restore because a mirrored copy of the database exists at any time and can be used for restore processes.
Dynamic distribution lists Query-Based Distribution Group (QDG) is a new feature that deals with distribution groups. QDGs achieve the same functionality as standard distribution lists, but instead of specifying static user memberships, they allow use of a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) query to specify the members of the distribution lists (for example, "All full-time in my company"). This reduces the time some organizations spend managing distribution lists.
Deployment tools and Help files A set of new deployment tools and documentation helps Exchange Server 2003 be deployed easily into an existing Exchange 5.5 topology. The deployment tools provide a step-by-step approach by giving detailed information, analyzing the existing topology, checking for prerequisites, recommending a configuration setting, and validating each step.
Active Directory Connector tools As an extension of the Active Directory Connector manager snap-in, the Active Directory Connector wizard helps deployment by analyzing an existing Exchange 5.5 topology, automatically preparing the Exchange 5.5 directory, and creating the needed connection agreements to ensure successful deployment.
Internet Mail Wizard This wizard makes it easier to configure Internet mail connectivity with Exchange Server 2003.
Administrative permissions Cross-forest support and the ability to administer both Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003 help organizations that have segmented the administration of their Windows-based environment and Exchange environment into two unique groups.

New Features
Distribution list member caching The Exchange Server 2003 implementation improves performance by redesigning the cache so that lookups, insertions, and expiration can be completed more efficiently, resulting in a 60 percent reduction of Active Directory queries. 
Anti-virus API 2.5 Exchange Server 2003 improves the virus API by allowing anti-virus vendor products to run on Exchange servers that do not have resident Exchange mailboxes. Anti-virus vendor products are allowed to delete messages and send messages to the sender in the Exchange Server 2003 anti-virus API version.
Privacy protection in Outlook and Outlook Web Access By default, content from outside a user's network is blocked in Outlook 2003 and Outlook Web Access. Users can override this to view external content. This feature helps prevent spammers from identifying valid e-mail addresses by means of links to external content.
Clustering authentication Exchange Server 2003 clustering supports Kerberos authentication against an Exchange virtual server. Exchange Server 2003 also supports IPSec between front-end servers and clustered back-end servers running Exchange.
Ability to restrict relaying Relaying can be restricted to a limited number of security principles through the standard Windows 2000 Discretionary Access Control List (DACL). The ability to grant relaying to an IP address is still present.
Ability to restrict submissions Submissions can be restricted to a limited number of security principles through the standard Windows 2000 DACL. This feature helps prevent blocked senders from sending to internal-only distribution lists by spoofing, which is the practice of tricking users into providing passwords and other information to allow unauthorized access into a system.
Public folder store replication Public folder servers replicate with local servers for updates even if the local servers do not have the full set of replication content that they need. A registry key may be used to identify the first server that will be used for backfilling.
Virtual memory usage and monitoring The virtual memory (VM) usage in Windows Server 2003 in conjunction with the Microsoft Exchange Information store service reduces fragmentation and allows higher-end servers with a large number of users to achieve higher availability.
Integration with Dr. Watson 2.0 Dr. Watson 2.0 enables error reporting for the Exchange System Manager, System Attendant, DSMx, Exchange Management Service, Exchange Setup, and Microsoft Exchange Information Store service.
Public folder permissions for unknown users Folders with distinguished names in access control lists that cannot be resolved to Security IDs drop the unresolvable distinguished names. 
Public folder permissions for unknown users Folders with distinguished names in access control lists that cannot be resolved to Security IDs drop the unresolvable distinguished names. 
Cluster failover time The dependency hierarchy of Exchange services has been flattened so that the Exchange protocol services are no longer dependent on the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service. This allows administrators to bring the Exchange store online and offline in parallel with the protocols.
Outlook synchronization performance Client performance improves by reducing the number of change notifications when a client is working in the cached Exchange mode. In addition, the server detects the native format of messages and only sends that format to the client. Clients using a cached Exchange mode also receive the number and size of messages to be downloaded.
Enhanced DNS-based Internet mail delivery DNS-based Internet mail delivery achieves load balancing, better performance characteristics, and better tolerance of network/host unavailability and external DNS server responsiveness problems.
Public folder management Improvements in the user interface for public folders include several new tabs: Details, Content (shows content using Outlook Web Access), Find (uses new search capabilities), Status (provides the folder's server, the folder's public store, folder size, the number of items in the folder, and the last time it was accessed), and Replication (statistical data on replicas).
Link state Two improvements in link state are:
No change in link state if no alternate path exists. If no alternative path for the link (or route) exists, Exchanges considers the path available.
Oscillating Connections. Exchange Server 2003 improves the routing of link state code by reviewing the link state queue. If there are multiple conflicting state changes for a connector, Exchange 2003 considers the connector available. It is better to leave an oscillating connector available than to continually change the link state.
Public folder referral Public folder referral is specified through a new list in the Exchange administrator user interface.
Exchange System Manager Enhancements include the following:
User interface improvements include simplified search filter, improved sorting by columns, and the ability to select multiple queues and message for manipulation.
Queues are centralized on a per-server basis as opposed to a per-virtual basis, which means all queues on a server can be viewed in one location.
Performance in queue enumeration is improved, and all queues are initially displayed in Exchange System Manager. User control of Exchange System Manager is returned before all queues are displayed.

System queues are now exposed, which helps with troubleshooting. Exchange System Manager includes the Enable Forms-Based Authentication feature on the virtual servers so authentication cookies can be enabled or disabled easily through the UI.

Exchange System Manager now has the ability to move log files and queue data. Before Exchange Server 2003, moving log files was done manually by directory modification tools and KB articles. Now message tracking log files are moved by means of Exchange System Manager, as well as X.400 message transfer agent (MTA) queue data, and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) queue data. 

Exchange System Manager includes Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes, as well as many other new features.

Setup Several setup enhancements make deployment of an Exchange server easier:
  • Outlook Mobile Access and Exchange Server ActiveSync are installed by default on all Exchange Servers, meaning every Exchange Server 2003 is mobile-enabled and able to support mobile phones and Windows-powered mobile devices.
  • Setup permission requirement changes allow additional Exchange servers to be added to an existing Administration Group without the need of a Full Exchange Administrator.
  • Target domain controller option enables a target to be specified during setup.
  • Better batch-mode support than in Exchange 2000.
Active Directory schema Permissions change for forest preparation means that only Active Directory permissions are needed when performing the forest preparation. With single schema update, regardless of the deployment path, the Active Directory schema only needs to be updated once.
Active Directory schema Permissions change for forest preparation means that only Active Directory permissions are needed when performing the forest preparation. With single schema update, regardless of the deployment path, the Active Directory schema only needs to be updated once.
Portal enhancements (New Web Parts) Exchange Server 2003 includes specific Outlook Web Access customizations to enable Outlook Web Access Web Parts to be embedded in portals. These services allow the embedding of specific mail, calendar, tasks, and public folder information into a Web portal.
Portal enhancements (New Web Parts) Exchange Server 2003 includes specific Outlook Web Access customizations to enable Outlook Web Access Web Parts to be embedded in portals. These services allow the embedding of specific mail, calendar, tasks, and public folder information into a Web portal.
Portal enhancements (Redirection support) Portal designers now have a simple way to present the special folders of an authenticated user. Outlook Web Access supports a new URL query string that sends a redirect where module is one of the special folders (Inbox, Calendar, Contacts, or Tasks).

System Requirements
Computer/Processor Intel Pentium or compatible 133-megahertz (MHz) or higher processor
Memory 256 megabytes (MB) of RAM
Hard Disk You need:
  • 500 MB on the hard disk where you install Exchange 2003
  • 200 MB on the system drive
Drive CD drive
Display VGA or higher resolution monitor
Operating System
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, or Windows 2000 Datacenter Server with SP3 or later
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition; Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition; or Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition
Peripherals Microsoft Mouse or compatible input device
Miscellaneous File format
Disk partitions must be formatted for the NTFS file system, not the file allocation table (FAT) file system. This requirement applies to:
  • System partition
  • Partition storing Exchange binaries
  • Partitions containing transaction log files
  • Partitions containing database files
  • Partitions containing other Exchange files
Recommended
Computer/Processor Intel Pentium or compatible 733-MHz processor
Memory 512 MB of RAM
Hard Disk You need:
  • 500 MB on the hard disk where you install Exchange 2003
  • 200 MB on the system drive
Drive CD drive
Display VGA or higher resolution monitor
Operating System Windows Server 2003
Peripherals Microsoft Mouse or compatible input device
Miscellaneous Disk partitions must be formatted for the NTFS file system, not the FAT file system. This requirement applies to:
  • System partition
  • Partition storing Exchange binaries
  • Partitions containing transaction log files
  • Partitions containing database files
  • Partitions containing other Exchange files


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