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Exchange 2000 Recipient Policies Explained

Recipient Policies are new in the latest version of Exchange Server. They are supposed to provide you a way to conform any of your mail-enabled objects to your standards. They are supposed to ease the overwhelming administrative tasks that are common to the everyday Exchange Administrator. I’ll give you an overview of what they exactly do. [Read More]

What's New In Outlook XP?

I cover some of the new features that you find in Microsoft's latest version Microsoft Outlook. Officially dubbed Office XP, included in the suite of products is the newest version of Outlook. Outlook XP, which Microsoft denotes “XP” as “experience”, adds new features that make management of your personal data much easier and more automated. This short review of Outlook XP covers the newest features. [Read More]

Justin Braun is a Systems Architect who specializes in Exchange Server infrastructure design and implementation, migration strageties and proxy solutions. His expertise includes SQL database administration as well as web development using ASP and ASP.net to deliver dynamic content.

Justin holds the certifications of MCSE and MCP+Internet. His current primary projects include implementing a proxy solution that utilizes Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server.

You may contact Justin at jbraun@outlookexchange.com.


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