Fabio Longo

Fabio
Longo

Fabio Longo is a system integrator at Compaq Computer S.p.A in Rome. He specializes in Exchange Server mail and messaging solutions.

Articles
Running Exchange Server 5.5 on Windows 2000 6
Exchange Server 5.5 on Win2K offers some interesting benefits. Find out the advantages and how to set up your system.
Using MIXER for SMTP Internet Connectivity
MIME Internet X.400 Enhanced Relay (MIXER) lets SMTP users communicate with users on X.400 systems. Find out MIXER’s ins and outs and some interesting ways to use this feature.
Configuring the X.25 Card
Troubleshooting the X.25 card can be complicated. These tips will get you started.
Restoring a Broken Exchange Cluster
When your Exchange Server/Microsoft Cluster Server configuration is irretrievably broken, here are two procedures you can use to restore the cluster.
Restoring a Deleted Exchange Object
Learn how to manually restore single items (e.g., mailboxes, public folders, messages) and entire Exchange servers that you've permanently deleted.
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