Use the following sections to learn how Microsoft Exchange 2000
Server closely integrates with Internet Information Services (IIS)
so that you can provide an efficient and secure environment for
users running Internet clients to access Exchange data locally and
Global Settings. In these sections you
learn how to configure global settings so that you can customize
default formatting configurations and message size limits that are
applied across every mailbox and virtual server in your
HTTP Support. In these sections you
learn how Exchange 2000 supports HTTP and Web Distributed Authoring
and Versioning (WebDAV) so that users have more functionality when
accessing their information. You learn how Exchange uses HTTP,
which is the underlying protocol used by the World Wide Web, and
WebDAV, which is an extension to the HTTP version 1.1 protocol, to
allow an HTTP client to retrieve and manipulate information in Web
Storage System. More...
IMAP4 Support. In these sections you
learn how users with an Internet Message Access Protocol version 4
(IMAP4) client can access mail in their Exchange 2000 mailbox
without downloading the entire mailbox to a specific computer.
NNTP Support. In these sections you
learn how Exchange uses Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) to
enable Microsoft Outlook users to participate in online discussions
over the Internet. Exchange also enables users running client
applications that support NNTP to access newsgroup public folders
on computers running Exchange. More...
POP3 Support. In these sections you
learn about Exchange supports Post Office Protocol version 3
(POP3). Exchange supports POP3 so that POP3 users can access their
private Inbox on Exchange. However, the limitations of POP3 do not
allow POP3 users to access other public or private folders. POP3 is
not intended to provide full manipulation of mail on the server.
Although messages can be left on the server, mail is usually
downloaded to a user's computer and then deleted. More...
Outlook Web Access. In these sections
you learn how to configure an Outlook Web Access virtual server so
that users can access e-mail, calendar information, shared
applications, and any content in the public folder store simply and
efficiently using a Web browser. More...