Part 7: Using Outlook with Exchange Server in Visual Basic .NET

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Clicking ILS Settings on the Exchange Advanced tab allows you to configure an Internet Locator Service (ILS) server and account for the mailbox. An ILS server is essentially a server that stores address information about Internet users.
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Part 7: Using Outlook with Exchange Server
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Supporting Outlook Under Exchange Server Clicking Mailbox Rights opens a Permissions dialog box for the mailbox, which lets you (as an administrator) assign rights to the mailbox to other users. Normally the mailbox owner assigns these rights by using delegates in Outlook, but an administrator can force mailbox rights by using this dialog box. This is necessary only when you re assigning the rights to a resource mailbox to the resource administrator. You can also use Exchange System Manager to manage user mailboxes. Figure 36-8 shows the default Exchange System Manager window.
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Figure 36-8. You can use Exchange System Manager to manage user mailboxes.
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You can use Exchange System Manager to set the default message size limits and the maximum number of recipients. Double-click Global Settings in the left pane, right-click Message Delivery, and choose Properties. Click the Defaults tab to set the default size limits and max imum number of recipients for messages. These defaults apply to all users unless they have been overridden, as previously discussed. To use Exchange System Manager to manage mailbox size and deleted item retention defaults, follow these steps:
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1 Double-click the organization in which the server resides to expand the tree if needed. 2 Double-click Servers in the left pane, and then double-click the server for which you
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3 Double-click the storage group that contains the mailbox store you want to configure. 4 Right-click the mailbox store and choose Properties. 5 Click the Limits tab and set the default mailbox size limits and deleted item retention
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options, as discussed earlier. These settings apply to all users in the selected mailbox store.
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Part 7: Using Outlook with Exchange Server
Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Inside Out
Managing Mailboxes in Exchange Server 5.5
User mailboxes are created at the same time as user accounts in Exchange Server 5.5 and Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0, unless the administrator chooses otherwise. Mailboxes and user accounts in these systems are logically separate entities, however. You use the Microsoft Exchange Administrator, shown in Figure 36-9, to manage these mailboxes.
Figure 36-9. Use the Microsoft Exchange Administrator to manage user mailboxes.
To begin managing user mailboxes on a system running Exchange Server 5.5, follow these steps:
1 Choose Start, Programs, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Exchange Administrator. The
Exchange Server organization name (dev-org. in this example) appears at the root of the tree in the left pane.
2 Double-click the site (Development in this example), double-click Configuration, and
then double-click Servers.
3 Double-click the server name (Exchange in this example) and click Server Recipients.
All recipients on the selected server are displayed in the right pane.
4 Double-click a user to display that user s Properties dialog box.
Figure 36-10 shows the General tab of the Properties dialog box. Use this tab to set general information such as the user s name, address, and organizational information. In the Name group, the Display setting controls how the mailbox appears in address lists. The alias is another way to reference the mailbox. The Primary Windows NT Account button and the accompanying text box are the most important part of the General tab. They let you specify the user account that owns the mailbox. Unless other permissions are set for the mailbox, only the specified account and the service account under which Exchange Server runs can log in to the mailbox.
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Part 7: Using Outlook with Exchange Server
Supporting Outlook Under Exchange Server
Only the specified account owner can log in to the mailbox
Figure 36-10. Use the General tab to configure identification information and specify the mailbox owner.
Use the Organization tab of the Properties dialog box to specify which users report directly to the current user or to set the user s manager. Setting the user s manager causes the user to show up as a direct report; specifying another user as a direct report causes the current user to show up as that user s manager. Use the Phone/Notes tab to specify the user s phone num bers and to add any relevant notes. On the Distribution Lists tab, you can add the user to dis tribution lists; it also lists the mailbox s membership. To add the user to distribution lists, click Modify and select the lists. The E-Mail Addresses tab functions in exactly the same man ner as it does in Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003 (described in the previous section). Figure 36-11 shows the Delivery Restrictions tab. Delivery restrictions in Exchange Server 5.5 work similarly to those in Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003, but they don t work on a deny-all-except or accept-all-except list; instead, two separate lists are used to obtain the same result.
Figure 36-11. Use the Delivery Restrictions tab to set limits on who can send messages to the mailbox.
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