Exchange SP2 notes

Microsoft had already released the SP2 for the Exchange server. With lots of goddies to the It people and the users. So it’s time to dig into the web and read lot of info. My concern is all about how it apply to the Small business Server 2003. Surfing around few favourite sites I came across a blog which gives you nice article about the upgrade and other info for a newbie (just like me..) So it’s my pleasure to share it wiht all the other readers.

Hope this site will give you some idea about the SP2 even though he is not going very deep about it.

Usful links I came across in my studies.

www.overclockers.comMy first subscription to a technical web site and where I came a overcloking addict. Really cool web site adn you can get lot of help from the techncial forum.
– this is a site I came to hang around most of them time, when I found out there is a server software called Small Business Server. Now I’ve providing support for this product so sticking to get more information from these guys. Cool techncail forum too. – To send a large file to someone. If your ISP won’t allow you then these guys will allow you upto 1 GB. – Can’t say much about this site because I’m still getting into it. But it’s seems to be useful to anyone because this guy offer lot of information. thanks pal keep up your good work, at least I’m promoting you in a good manner. – Another paradise to hang around if ya scratching your head to troubleshoot Exchange server. – Great web asite, and he is doign a great service. Really worth a looking. It’s all about windows server software and windows XP tweaks.

So far that’s all for now until I find intrestign places for you all. Well these are my tasing but if anyoen looks for more info please let me know soI’ll be keen enough to look intot hat also.

Configuring POP3 Connector in SBS 2003

Oki I’m back to my own space after a long time. Keep on pulling my hair to resolve a Small Business Server 2003 matter for the past few weeks. When you are a real idiot with less knowledge and trying to do a big task it is really painful hahahah! You’ll have to be in that position to feel that. Anyway my task is to configure an Exchange mail sever to receive mails from ISP and then send mails to outside world. Things will be easy if this is a new company and wanted to host their own e-mail server but in my scenario this company have already started and they have 200 branch offices!! Head office is also not hosting mail server but relying on ISP to do that one. So here I’m with a branch office screaming they want to keep their own mails in a server. Initially I didn’t have any idea how to configure this apart from the information I grab from the Internet but sometimes they are so confusing. Finally I managed to setup my own server computer and install SBS 2003 to it. Today I successfully completed the mail part and managed to send and receive e-mail to branch members.
Big thanks goes to the SBS development team making the taks wizard driven. It makes really easy to understand what we are doing. To me it’s all about configuring the POP3 connector to reterive the mails from the ISP gloabal accoutn and deliver it to the relavant user accounts. The task is completed after several mouse clicks.