RE: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-31 Thread Phillip Partipilo
MySpace seems to be the new IM, I don't get it. The site is terribly
designed, static backgrounds make baby jebus cry, and background music.
Yuck.
 


 
Phillip Partipilo
Parametric Solutions Inc.
Jupiter, Florida
(561) 747-6107
 
 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Susan Bradley, CPA
aka Ebitz - SBS Rocks [MVP]
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2006 8:02 PM
To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
Subject: Re: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

SBS 2000 had internal IM inside Exchange.
SBS 2003 I caught Live Messenger as I'm on SA and that gave me a copy of
LCS.

So we migrated to SBS 2003. and the first weekend I cut over the
server..second weekend I cut over the internal IM and placed it on the
member server.  Internal IM is our lunch time 'ping' board.

What was the first thing out of everyone's mouth?  Not how much faster the
network was ...Not how kewl Outlook over http or OWA or RWW..

When's IM going to be put back?

It's a gender era thing IM is the new email for a certain generation.

hitender saxena wrote:

 Dear Ajay

 How r u ?

 I think u ur self know the answer. First ask urself do you really need 
 messaging service...

 On the other hand Exch.2K3 provides u alot new features and flexiblity 
 that is important. So I would suggest u to go for Exch. 2K3.

 In case u want to discuss it further u can call me.

 Bye dear,

 Hitender Saxena


  

 - Original Message -
 From: Ajay Kumar
 To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
 Subject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server
 Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 19:06:12 +0530

 Hi,
  
 Can any one pls tell me why I should implement exchange 2003
 *enterprise* server instead of 2000 *enterprise* server In my
 organization.
 Becoz Exchange 2000 having *Messenging serivces* but 2003 doesn't
 have.
 Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.
 Pls suggest me.
  
  
 Regards,
 Ajay pardeshi
  


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RE: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread Wells, James Arthur



There are many advantages for Exchange 2003, especially in 
backend I/O performance. 

There are feature improvements/additions, like OWA 2003 and 
RPC over HTTP.


The replacement for IM in Exchange 2000 is Live 
Communications Server 2005 - an Outlook environment with Office Communicator and 
LCS 2005 is a much better experience than Exchange 2000 IM, in my 
opinion...


--James


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ajay 
KumarSent: Monday, October 30, 2006 7:36 AMTo: 
ActiveDir@mail.activedir.orgSubject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for 
exchange 2003 server

Hi,

Can any one pls tell me why Ishould implement exchange 2003 
enterprise server instead of 2000 enterprise 
server In my organization.
BecozExchange 2000 having Messenging serivces but 
2003 doesn't have.
Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.
Pls suggest me.


Regards,
Ajay pardeshi



RE: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread Robert Rutherford








Hi,



I suggest you google this type of request
before posting loads of resource around 



http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816888



Thanks,





Rob 

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From:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ajay Kumar
Sent: 30 October 2006 13:36
To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
Subject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for
exchange 2003 server







Hi,











Can any one pls tell me why Ishould implement exchange 2003 enterprise server instead of 2000 enterprise server In my
organization.





BecozExchange 2000 having Messenging
serivces but 2003 doesn't have.





Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.





Pls suggest me.

















Regards,





Ajay pardeshi
















RE: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread Kennedy, Jim








The Outlook Web Access makes Exchange 2003 worth getting, if you
use it.



However, Exchange 2007 might be worth waiting for at this point.













From:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Ajay Kumar
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2006 8:36 AM
To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
Subject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server









Hi,











Can any one pls tell me why Ishould implement exchange
2003 enterprise server instead of 2000 enterprise
server In my organization.





BecozExchange 2000 having Messenging serivces
but 2003 doesn't have.





Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne
server.





Pls suggest me.

















Regards,





Ajay pardeshi


















Re: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread Susan Bradley, CPA aka Ebitz - SBS Rocks [MVP]

Yeah but I don't think Google will say:

Because 2000 won't be supported much longer

Because when you go down the security vuln/patch list 2000 can be nailed 
from anon connections and more often than not 2003 has to be nailed from 
authenticated connections.


Because you want to stay with the community knowledge and the sweet 
spot is, I would argue 2003.


IMHO 2000 is just not good enough from a security standpoint.

Exchange 2003 sp2 has mobility features that 2k never even thought of

Robert Rutherford wrote:


Hi,

I suggest you google this type of request before posting… loads of 
resource around …


http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816888

Thanks,

Rob

Robert Rutherford
QuoStar Solutions Limited

T: +44 (0) 8456 440 331
F: +44 (0) 8456 440 332
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*From:* [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Ajay Kumar

*Sent:* 30 October 2006 13:36
*To:* ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
*Subject:* [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

Hi,

Can any one pls tell me why I should implement exchange 2003 
**enterprise** server instead of 2000 **enterprise** server In my 
organization.


Becoz Exchange 2000 having **Messenging serivces** but 2003 doesn't have.

Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.

Pls suggest me.

Regards,

Ajay pardeshi


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RE: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread joe



Well right off, you would get used to a feature that is no 
longer in the product which would be silly. 

Second off Exchange 2000 is already outside of mainstream 
support. This means no non-security hotfixes unless you want to pay for them and 
trust me, you don't want to pay for them, it isn't like $50 gets you a hot fix. 
You could be talking hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars. 


You don't get any of the huge number of fixes in the 
Exchange architecture that have been put into 2003, all of the things they found 
broken in 2K that never got fixed there.

Exchange 12 aka Exchange 2007 should be out in the next 
quarter or so, last I heard it was actually end of November, so you would then 
be at N-2 which is generally a bad place to be.

 joe


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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ajay 
KumarSent: Monday, October 30, 2006 8:36 AMTo: 
ActiveDir@mail.activedir.orgSubject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for 
exchange 2003 server

Hi,

Can any one pls tell me why Ishould implement exchange 2003 
enterprise server instead of 2000 enterprise 
server In my organization.
BecozExchange 2000 having Messenging serivces but 
2003 doesn't have.
Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.
Pls suggest me.


Regards,
Ajay pardeshi



RE: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread Technical Support








I would suggest go for Exchange 2k3. I
really enjoy working with it 



Makes life easy if you have remote/roaming
users. And rest all is explained by everyone out there.



Also question yourself Do I really
need Messaging Services? this should clear picture for you as you have
other better options open for such need.



Upgrade to 2k3 and get ready for 2k7.



Thanks!!!

Ravi Dogra











From:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ajay Kumar
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2006
7:06 PM
To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
Subject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for
exchange 2003 server







Hi,











Can any one pls tell me why Ishould implement exchange 2003 enterprise server instead of 2000 enterprise server In my
organization.





BecozExchange 2000 having Messenging
serivces but 2003 doesn't have.





Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.





Pls suggest me.

















Regards,





Ajay pardeshi

















Re: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread hitender saxena
Dear Ajay
How r u ?
I think u ur self know the answer. First ask urself do you really need messaging service...
On the other hand Exch.2K3 provides u alot new features and flexiblity that is important. So I would suggest u to go for Exch. 2K3.
In case u want to discuss it further u can call me.
Bye dear,
Hitender Saxena

- Original Message -From: "Ajay Kumar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.orgSubject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 serverDate: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 19:06:12 +0530
Hi,

Can any one pls tell me why Ishould implement exchange 2003 enterprise server instead of 2000 enterprise server In my organization.
BecozExchange 2000 having Messenging serivces but 2003 doesn't have.
Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.
Pls suggest me.


Regards,
Ajay pardeshi


-- 





Re: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server

2006-10-30 Thread Susan Bradley, CPA aka Ebitz - SBS Rocks [MVP]

SBS 2000 had internal IM inside Exchange.
SBS 2003 I caught Live Messenger as I'm on SA and that gave me a copy of 
LCS.


So we migrated to SBS 2003. and the first weekend I cut over the 
server..second weekend I cut over the internal IM and placed it on the 
member server.  Internal IM is our lunch time 'ping' board.


What was the first thing out of everyone's mouth?  Not how much faster 
the network was ...Not how kewl Outlook over http or OWA or RWW..


When's IM going to be put back?

It's a gender era thing IM is the new email for a certain generation.

hitender saxena wrote:


Dear Ajay

How r u ?

I think u ur self know the answer. First ask urself do you really need 
messaging service...


On the other hand Exch.2K3 provides u alot new features and flexiblity 
that is important. So I would suggest u to go for Exch. 2K3.


In case u want to discuss it further u can call me.

Bye dear,

Hitender Saxena


 


- Original Message -
From: Ajay Kumar
To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org
Subject: [ActiveDir] Why we go for exchange 2003 server
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 19:06:12 +0530

Hi,
 
Can any one pls tell me why I should implement exchange 2003

*enterprise* server instead of 2000 *enterprise* server In my
organization.
Becoz Exchange 2000 having *Messenging serivces* but 2003 doesn't
have.
Actually My main intention is why I go for 2003 exchagne server.
Pls suggest me.
 
 
Regards,

Ajay pardeshi
 



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