In this excerpt from "Exchange Server 2003 Distilled," author Scott Schnoll shares tuning tools, tips and tricks for Exchange Server 2003, Outlook Web Access 2003, and Microsoft Outlook 2003 that will improve the performance, security and usability of your email applications.
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I have divided this chapter into several sections. First I'll provide an overview of tuning Exchange 2003. Then I'll discuss some tuning parameters that have been deprecated from Exchange 2000. These are settings you may have added to Exchange 2000 that are no longer needed for Exchange 2003. In addition, I'll cover some new tuning parameters and other settings you can use in Exchange 2003 to control certain aspects of its behavior.
In the sections on tools and resources, I'll show you how to find the latest information on Exchange 2003 and how to use the new Exchange Technical Documentation Library. In addition, I'll cover the package of Exchange tools you can download for free and use to manage, configure, and administer your environment. I'll share with you some great third-party Web sites, forums, communities, and other resources provided by many other Exchange experts and used by countless numbers of Exchange administrators around the world. No one mind can hold it all, but don't let that stop you from trying.
7 tips in 7 minutes: Exchange Server 2003 tips and tricks
Tip 1: Tuning Exchange Server 2003 overview
Tip 2: Exchange 2000 vs. Exchange 2003 tuning parameters
Tip 3: Exchange 2003 tuning parameters -- Outlook Web Access
Tip 4: Exchange 2003 tuning parameters -- Microsoft Outlook
Tip 5: Exchange 2003 tuning parameters -- Exchange Server
Tip 6: Must-have Exchange Server 2003 tools
Tip 7: Exchange Server administration resources and links
|This chapter excerpt from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled by Scott Schnoll, is printed with permission from Addison-Wesley Professional, copyright 2004.|