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Using Microsoft Exchange 2000 Front-End Servers
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KC Lemson Michele Martin

Using Microsoft Exchange 2000 Front-End Servers
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KC Lemson Michele Martin

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Published: June 2000 Updated: October 2002 Applies To: Exchange 2000 Server SP3

Editors: Janet Lowen, Brendon Bennett Technical Reviewers: KC Lemson, Allen Atwood, Bryan Atwood, Karim Batthish, Ron Mondri, Andrew Moss,Brendan Power Artist: Kristie Smith Production: Stephanie Schroeder

Table of Contents
Introduction
Assumed Knowledge ................................................................................................. 1 Overview of Front-End and Back-End Topologies .................................................... 2 Advantages of a Front-End and Back-End Topology................................................ 3

Chapter 1 How Front-End and Back-End Topology Works............................... 5
Integration with Internet Information Services (IIS)................................................. 6 Dependency on DSAccess......................................................................................... 6 DSAccess in Perimeter Networks...................................................................... 6 System Attendant on Front-End Servers .................................................................. 7 Supporting POP and IMAP Clients............................................................................. 8 Authentication for POP and IMAP Clients.......................................................... 9 IMAP Access to Public Folders........................................................................... 9 Running SMTP for POP and IMAP Clients...............................................................10 Supporting HTTP (Outlook Web Access and Web Folders)....................................10 Finding User Mailboxes ....................................................................................11 Logging on toOutlook Web Access..................................................................12 Allowing Use of Outlook Web Access to Internal Clients Only ........................13 Simplifying the Outlook Web Access URL........................................................13 Enabling the “Change Password” Feature ......................................................14 Finding Public Folders...
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