Help Where Can I Go?

Help! Where Can I Go?

Now that we have looked at the what, why, and how of Exchange Server 2003 along with some of the new features of Outlook 2003 and Windows 2003, I want to show you some of the things I have experienced in working with Exchange Server 2003 over the past couple of years. By no means is the information covered in this lesson the only choice when dealing with Exchange Server, but it gives you avenues to explore when looking for third-party products and support.

We will take a look at four main areas:

  • Backup tools Third-party archiving products for Exchange 2003.

  • Antivirus utilities Third-party antivirus products for Exchange 2003.

  • Antispam utilities Third-party antispam products for Exchange 2003.

  • The Online Exchange Server Community Who, what, and where of the online support community for Exchange 2003.

Information in this lesson, including URLs and website references, may change without notice. I've tried to include only those references that I believe will be around for the long haul. I have no control over the resources and links and therefore cannot prevent them from changing. If they do change, there is a good chance that you will still be able to locate them on the Internet:

  • Old links may refer you to the new site.

  • A parent site may provide new links to the information.

  • Use search tools such as MSN Search, Google, or Yahoo to locate information.

If all else fails, try the Wayback Machine at the Internet Archive ( The Wayback Machine is an Internet time machine that provides the capability to access and browse stored archives of web pages and sites. Give it a try, it's pretty cool!

Sams Teach Yourself Exchange Server 2003 in 10 Minutes
Sams Teach Yourself Exchange Server 2003 in 10 Minutes
ISBN: 0672327244
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 130
Authors: James Walker © 2008-2017.
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