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Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Merge Program Software Utilities Microsoft
The Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Merge Program (Exmerge.exe) enables an Exchange Server administrator to extract data from mailboxes on an Exchange Server computer and then merge this data into the same mailboxes on another computer that is running Exchange Server. The Exchange Server 4.0, 5.0, and 5.5 version of this program is included in the Microsoft BackOffice Resource Kit, Second Edition. The Exchange 2000 Server version of Exmerge is included on the Exchange 2000 Server CD in the Support Tools folder.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q265/4/41.ASP


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Outlook Travel Request Form Free tools Microsoft
You can use the Travel Request Form for Microsoft Outlook® to send an e-mail request to a travel agent or department to have travel arrangements made. The Travel Request form requires that all the information necessary to make the arrangements will be included.
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/9798/travelr.aspx


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Microsoft Site Server Search Fulltext Retrieval Microsoft
Say hello to Microsoft® Site Server 3.0 and Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5. While Site Server provides the necessary features for full-text indexing, and search and knowledge delivery; Exchange Server provides the collaborative infrastructure and functionality that makes creating Internet newsgroups, threaded discussions, customer contact databases, and custom collaborative applications easy. Combine these two products and you have a knowledge management solution that can make your search page the most popular page on your intranet.

See also the Microsoft white paper:
"Integrating Microsoft Site Server Search with Microsoft Exchange"

http://www.microsoft.com/siteserver/site/30/whpprs/exchange.htm


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Exchange SNADS Connector Connectivity Microsoft
Organizations are migrating to Microsoft Exchange because it provides the robustness and scalability they need. At the same time, many of these organizations have large host user communities which depend on SNA Distribution Services (SNADS) for mail connectivity. Connecting Exchange users to SNADS users, for either migration or coexistence, has emerged as a critical communications requirement.
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorSNADS.asp


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Exchange OV/VM Connector Connectivity Microsoft
The actual version of the Microsot Exchange Connector for OV/VM can be found at the address below:
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorIBMS.asp


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Microsoft® Personal Fax for Windows® Fax Connectors Microsoft
Microsoft Personal Fax for Windows is a new component under development for Windows NT® Workstation 4.0 that provides users with the ability to send and receive faxes directly from their desktop. This Technology Preview has been made available for Windows NT Workstation 4.0 customers to evaluate and test as a solution for their desktop faxing requirements. Microsoft Personal Fax for Windows provides a low-end, standalone desktop fax solution for Windows NT Workstation 4.0. It supports one local fax device per workstation that can be used for either inbound or outbound faxing (or both).
http://www.microsoft.com/ntworkstation/fax.htm


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Outlook Calendar Access for Microsoft Schedule+ 7.x Calendaring Microsoft
This driver enables you to open Microsoft Outlook calendars from within Schedule+ 7.x. This works only with Windows NT or Windows 95 versions of Schedule+ 7.x. You must also be using Microsoft Exchange Server.
http://www.microsoft.com/officefreestuff/outlook/dlpages/msoutl.htm


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Great Plains Webparts Sharepoint Portal Server Microsoft
With SharePoint Portal Server and Digital Dashboard Resource Kit 3.0, Microsoft is allowing progressive companies like yours to deploy customizable solutions for employees and knowledge workers throughout an organization. SharePoint Portal Server is the flexible portal solution that lets you find, share, and publish information easily. With SharePoint Portal Server, you are able to utilize existing information effectively, and to capture information in new ways that make sense for your business. In addition, you can rapidly deploy an out-of-the-box portal site and easily use Web Parts technology to customize a Web-based view of your organization. Microsoft Great Plains Business Solutions offers Web Parts for Dynamics and eEnterprise with seamless integration to the corresponding back office data already built in.
http://www.greatplains.com/webparts/


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Microsoft White Paper Workflow Microsoft
Microsoft Exchange Server: Infrastructure for Workflow Solutions
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/workflow/work.htm


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Outlook 97/98 Add-in: Three-Pane Preview Extension Free tools Microsoft
If you want to see more than the first three lines of unopened messages in Microsoft Outlook® 97, the Three-Pane Message Preview Extension constructs this layout for you. With it, you can read an entire message in a third pane without opening the message. By moving the border between it and your message window, you can adjust the size of the message preview to see as much of or as little of the selected message as you choose. You can use the message preview by itself or with the AutoPreview view.
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/9798/ol3pane.aspx


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Exchange Server 5.5 Routing Objects Workflow Microsoft
Components to provide server-side routing and state tracking to help you build workflow applications with Microsoft Exchange Server. Includes the Microsoft Exchange Routing Wizard sample application.
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/guide/papers/ex55sp1.asp?A=2&B=6


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OWA Performance & Extensibility Outlook Web Access Microsoft
Increasingly, organizations seek the ability to allow employees and customers to communicate and share information over the Internet. Today, a popular solution is Microsoft Outlook® Web Access, which allows developers to expose Exchange data to the Internet in several simple ways.
This paper explains the architecture of Outlook Web Access as a Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) server and discusses its relationship to the browser and server-side components, such as Exchange Server, Microsoft Internet Information Service (IIS)—the Microsoft Windows 2000® Server built-in Web server, scripts, and the Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) library.
Although powerful and flexible, the ASP page platform for Outlook Web Access creates specific opportunities and resource issues. The paper treats this topic and other security and performance issues for Outlook Web Access, as well as deployment strategies.
http://www.microsoft.com/Exchange/techinfo/development/2000/OWAPerf.asp


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OWA Setup & Deployment Outlook Web Access Microsoft
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. The Interactive Training Tool is a streaming medium that includes a PowerPoint presentation. You'll learn:
- Setting up new Outlook Web Access user accounts
- Logon and mailbox display
- Using Outlook Web Access as an Exchange Server client to access e-mail, calendar, and public folders
- Outlook Web Access deployment
- Scalability and capacity planning
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/tcevents/itevents/office2000/tnq10110.asp


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Exchange 2000 OWA White Paper Outlook Web Access Microsoft
Exchange 2000 Server marks another step in Microsoft's investment in Web technology by extending back-end and client applications to support the latest advances in Web technology. Microsoft Outlook® Web Access is a tightly integrated component of Exchange 2000 and a direct descendant of the Outlook Web Access introduced in Exchange Server 5.0. Enhancements to the Exchange 2000 architecture dramatically affect the way Outlook Web Access works, and these enhancements significantly increase Outlook Web Access scalability and functionality. This white paper addresses Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2000, specifically Outlook Web Access architecture and deployment.
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/techinfo/outlook/2000/0WA2000.asp


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Sales Tracking Form Free tools Microsoft
With this application for Microsoft Outlook®, you can track company and contact information, create action items, and store meeting minutes and notes about phone conversations. Responses can be posted for any items created.
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/9798/sales.aspx


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Account Tracking Form Free tools Microsoft
With this Microsoft Outlook® 97 application, you can track a food and beverage company's clients. Each client company is tracked through associated lists of contacts and products. Product Information fields include areas for marketing data, such as how the product is displayed and how well it is selling. Information about competitor products can be tracked and compared to help determine areas for improvement.
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/9798/atrack.aspx


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Customizing Outlook Today Free tools Microsoft
Microsoft Outlook® 2000 provides a unique view for displaying appointments, tasks, and other information in the form of a Web page. You can customize the Outlook Today page for your organization, or for individuals or groups within your organization, to display the information most relevant to them.
A new white paper is now available to guide you through the process of customizing Outlook Today. This document describes Outlook Today features that are new to Outlook 2000, and helps you accomplish the following tasks:
Add custom content and functionality to the Outlook Today page, including text, links, graphics, styles, ActiveX® controls, and scripting. Choose a distribution method for your customized Outlook Today page. You can distribute Outlook Today as an HTM file or in a DLL file. Avoid browser-related display errors. Disable Outlook Today for your organization.
Sample versions of the Outlook Today source files are also available. You can customize these files and use them in place of the default Outlook Today files stored on your hard drive.
The Office Resource Kit includes the Customizing Outlook Today white paper, sample Outlook.htm and Custom.htm source files, and an example of a customized page with GIF files. Download Outlook Today information and sample files from the Office Resource Kit Toolbox.
http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2000/journ/OutTodayIntro.htm


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OWA Troubleshooting Guide Outlook Web Access Microsoft
This document is a guide for troubleshooting known issues with the Microsoft Outlook Web Access components that are included with Microsoft Exchange Server versions 5.0 and 5.5.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/exchange/content/whitepapers/owa_tshoot.asp?PR=ECH&FR=0&A=T&T=B&M=S&


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Pocket Contact Synchronizer Free tools Microsoft
The Microsoft Outlook® Add-in: Pocket Contact Synchronizer version 1.2 (PCS) helps you synchronize contacts with devices such as your Microsoft Windows® CE or Pocket PC device. From any contact folder you specify, this add-in moves contacts easily to the device you want. For example, you can synchronize a public folder that contains team contacts. Using the Outlook PCS, you can synchronize as many contact folders as you want.
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/2002/opcs.aspx


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Microsoft SharePoint Solutions and Services Directory Sharepoint Portal Server Microsoft
This is the definitive reference book of partners who can help you leverage and extend the SharePoint technologies. This directory includes knowledgeable companies that provide a wide range of products, services, training, and hosting solutions. These trusted partners are ready to deliver customized solutions that will help you get the most out of your SharePoint deployments.
http://mssqlserver.e-storefront.com/qmedia/product.asp?productid=39


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Exchange SNADS Connector Connectivity Microsoft
Organizations are migrating to Microsoft Exchange because it provides the robustness and scalability they need. At the same time, many of these organizations have large host user communities which depend on SNA Distribution Services (SNADS) for mail connectivity. Connecting Exchange users to SNADS users, for either migration or coexistence, has emerged as a critical communications requirement.
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorSNADS.asp


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Exchange SNADS Connector Connectivity Microsoft
Organizations are migrating to Microsoft Exchange because it provides the robustness and scalability they need. At the same time, many of these organizations have large host user communities which depend on SNA Distribution Services (SNADS) for mail connectivity. Connecting Exchange users to SNADS users, for either migration or coexistence, has emerged as a critical communications requirement.
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorSNADS.asp


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Exchange OV/VM Connector Connectivity Microsoft
The actual version of the Microsot Exchange Connector for OV/VM can be found at the address below:
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorIBMS.asp


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Exchange Migration Website Connectivity Microsoft
This site is designed to provide you with the information you need to assist in your migration to Microsoft Exchange Server. Regardless of where you are in your planning and implementation of Exchange, even if you're just now starting to evaluate new messaging and collaboration solutions, you'll find this migration information valuable. We've designed this site as a migration guide, divided into sections that we believe will best target your needs.
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/migrate


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Exchange SNADS Connector Connectivity Microsoft
Organizations are migrating to Microsoft Exchange because it provides the robustness and scalability they need. At the same time, many of these organizations have large host user communities which depend on SNA Distribution Services (SNADS) for mail connectivity. Connecting Exchange users to SNADS users, for either migration or coexistence, has emerged as a critical communications requirement.
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorSNADS.asp


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Exchange OV/VM Connector Connectivity Microsoft
The actual version of the Microsot Exchange Connector for OV/VM can be found at the address below:
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorIBMS.asp


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Education Email Forms Electronic Forms Microsoft
Whether your education environment is full of e-mail novices or collaboration experts, this collection of Outlook forms will help your school maximize the benefits of Microsoft Exchange Server. Even if you don't have Exchange Server, you can try out an evaluation copy and these forms for your school.
http://www.microsoft.com/education/technical/network/edforms/


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Exchange Migration Website Connectivity Microsoft
This site is designed to provide you with the information you need to assist in your migration to Microsoft Exchange Server. Regardless of where you are in your planning and implementation of Exchange, even if you're just now starting to evaluate new messaging and collaboration solutions, you'll find this migration information valuable. We've designed this site as a migration guide, divided into sections that we believe will best target your needs.
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/migrate


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Exchange Migration Website Connectivity Microsoft
This site is designed to provide you with the information you need to assist in your migration to Microsoft Exchange Server. Regardless of where you are in your planning and implementation of Exchange, even if you're just now starting to evaluate new messaging and collaboration solutions, you'll find this migration information valuable. We've designed this site as a migration guide, divided into sections that we believe will best target your needs.
http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/migrate


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Exchange OV/VM Connector Connectivity Microsoft
The actual version of the Microsot Exchange Connector for OV/VM can be found at the address below:
http://backoffice.microsoft.com/downtrial/moreinfo/connectorIBMS.asp


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Junk E-Mail Filters for Outlook Monitoring Microsoft
Microsoft Outlook® includes a set of built-in filters that identify junk e-mail, such as commercial bulk e-mail and e-mail suspected of having adult content, and enable you to highlight the message or move it to a folder for later review and disposal.
http://office.microsoft.com/assistance/9798/junkmail.aspx


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Tracking and Fighting Spam: A Primer for Postmasters Monitoring Microsoft
Unauthorized email floods are one of the biggest headaches faced by system administrators of Internet-connected networks. There are some effective strategies for reducing its drain on your resources. Spammers are thieves. They can argue about this all they want. They're hijacking your system to deliver their unrequested, unwanted advertising. If you pay for your bandwidth consumption, then they're charging you for the privilege. If you don't, then they're charging against your ISP for the privilege, and you can be sure that's included in your monthly fee—one way or another. The allegedly "legitimate" spammers have a bit more of a case; they don't hide where their mail is coming from, and they at least pretend to offer a way off their lists. But I'm not talking about that sort. I'm talking about the run-of-the-mill spammers. The pedestrian make-money-fast/mortgage fraud/gambling/pornmeisters who forge everything they can in the header, those who dump email on unsuspecting third parties to deliver for them—thus stealing from even more people than do "legitimate" spammers. These are the people who've forced site administrators to shut down relay services on their machines to stem the flow, thereby defeating a useful design function of the Internet. What does all this mean to you? If you want to track down spammers and get them shut down, you have the moral right, even, perhaps, the duty to do so. OK, maybe it's just a desire to see a spammer get hammered. Whatever. It's all right; they're the villains here. So where do you start? With a few specific tools available on the Web and a bit of analysis of the header you'll be ready to fight back.
http://www.microsoft.com/mind/1299/spam/spam.asp


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Manage Junk and Adult Content Mail in Outlook 2002 Monitoring Microsoft
In much the same way that retailers and businesses use postal mailing lists to send potential customers catalogs and other information, an increasing number are using e-mail messages as a direct marketing tool. Some of these messages may also be of an adult nature or may contain potentially offensive advertisements and links. Here are a few ways to manage both types of e-mail.
http://office.microsoft.com/assistance/2002/articles/OlManageJunkAndAdultMail.aspx


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How to Filter Junk Mail in Exchange 2000 Monitoring Microsoft
When you use Exchange 2000, you can prevent the delivery of messages that were sent by a particular user, domain, or event by an automated junk e-mail script that delivers messages that have a blank address in the From box.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q276321


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Microsoft Outlook 98 Stationery Outlook Microsoft
For special messages or just for fun, take a look at these stationery designs for use with Microsoft Outlook 98. From "Column Twill" to "Forest Floor" and "Pinstripe," Outlook 98 stationery is a free download for members of Office Update.
http://www.microsoft.com/outlook/enhancements/stationery.asp


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Outlook Basics Outlook Microsoft
The topics covered provide a introduction to Microsoft Outlook. The topics in the section "Introduction to Profiles and Services" are basic to Outlook and you should read them carefully. In the sections "Creating a Profile Containing an Information Service" and "Working With Address Books" you can select the secific topic or topics that apply to how you want to setup and use Outlook.
http://premium.microsoft.com/support/outlook/content/basics/Basics.asp?PR=CHS&FR=0&M=S&


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Outlook Express Outlook Microsoft
Internet Explorer 4.0 presents Outlook Express, the messaging tool that takes your e-mail and newsgroup communications to new heights! Outlook Express is the full, Internet standards-based e-mail client that is included with standard or full installations of Internet Explorer 4.0. Outlook Express is easy to set up and use, and provides you with secure, personalized, and complete features that make creating, sending, and reading your e-mail a more rich and dynamic experience.
http://www.microsoft.com/ie/ie40/oe/main.htm


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CompuServe Mail for Microsoft Exchange Connectivity Microsoft Corp.
CompuServe® Mail for Microsoft® Exchange allows CompuServe members using Microsoft Exchange to send and receive messages through CompuServe Mail. You can use CompuServe Mail for Microsoft Exchange to exchange messages with other CompuServe members and with users of the Internet, X.400, and LAN-based e-mail systems. You can also send faxes and telexes.
http://www.microsoft.com/magazine/feature/allabout/emside4.htm


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CompuServe Mail for Microsoft Exchange Connectivity Microsoft Corp.
CompuServe® Mail for Microsoft® Exchange allows CompuServe members using Microsoft Exchange to send and receive messages through CompuServe Mail. You can use CompuServe Mail for Microsoft Exchange to exchange messages with other CompuServe members and with users of the Internet, X.400, and LAN-based e-mail systems. You can also send faxes and telexes.
http://www.microsoft.com/magazine/feature/allabout/emside4.htm


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CompuServe Mail for Microsoft Exchange Connectivity Microsoft Corp.
CompuServe® Mail for Microsoft® Exchange allows CompuServe members using Microsoft Exchange to send and receive messages through CompuServe Mail. You can use CompuServe Mail for Microsoft Exchange to exchange messages with other CompuServe members and with users of the Internet, X.400, and LAN-based e-mail systems. You can also send faxes and telexes.
http://www.microsoft.com/magazine/feature/allabout/emside4.htm