Here is a
free tool to monitor your Exchange Server. Download and
install the utility, then inspect your mail queues, monitor the Exchange
server's memory, confirm there is enough disk space and check the CPU
This is the real deal - there is no catch. SolarWinds provides this
fully-functioning freebie, as part of their commitment to supporting
the network management community.
Most of the big changes in directory services came between Windows Exchange 5.5 and Exchange
2000. Nevertheless, there are lots, and I emphasise lots, of neat improvements
in Exchange 2003 that were missing in Exchange 2000. For example, RPC over HTTP, ExDeploy, ExMerge and
Query Based Distribution Groups.
Exchange 2003 is a 0.5 upgrade over Exchange 2000 (Exchange Version 6.0 --> version 6.5). My guess is that those who have not yet migrated from Exchange 5.5, will now go straight to Exchange
2007 (rather than Exchange 2000 or even 2003).
My mission, is two fold, getting you started with Windows Exchange 2003 server and to supply you with tips to troubleshoot your configuration problems. Here are are a selection of features new in Exchange 2003