Jim McBee

Jim
McBee

Jim McBee is a consultant and instructor based in Honolulu. He consults, teaches, and speaks about Exchange Server and Active Directory. He is the author of Exchange Server 2000 24seven (Sybex).

Articles
10 Tips for a Painless Exchange 2000 Migration
Migrating from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 doesn’t have to be a painful process. Just follow these 10 tips.
The Exchange 5.5 Security Check
Review several practical steps for securing Exchange 5.5 in a Windows NT 4.0 environment.
Outlook: Designating All-Day Events As Busy 3
Create a custom all-day event to make an all-day appointment occupy a full day in your calendar
The Exchange 5.5 Reality Check
Many Exchange administrators continue to support Exchange 5.x installations. Here’s how to minimize downtime in existing Exchange 5.5 systems.
OWA 2000 Security and Scalability
OWA 2000 offers better scalability than its predecessor, but security problems still exist if you configure it improperly. Here’s how to implement an OWA 2000 system that’s not only scalable but also secure.
Redirecting Users to Secure Pages 14
If you were already running OWA 2000 but not using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), users will have to start connecting to the server using HTTPS rather than HTTP. Here’s how to help users during the transition.
OWA 2000 Features and Limitations
Take a look at what Outlook 2000 can do--and what it can't do.
Rich and Reach Browsers
OWA tailors the content it sends to clients according to the features their browsers support. Find out the difference between browser types.
OWA in Exchange 2000 - 10 Apr 2001 2
Outlook Web Access 2000 offers improved performance and a better user experience. See what you can do with it.
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