Steve Bush wrote:
> Sorry about the undeliverables to email@example.com over the last
> couple of days.
> I've been wrestling with putting Exchange 2000 on my home web server to
> handle non-work email. It's a pain in the ass to get all of the
> required services working together without exposing your private network
> to the Internet: DNS, Active Directory, Internet Connection Sharing,
> DHCP, IIS and BlackIce Defender. Active Directory is a one way trip and
> it totally messes with DNS so you have to get things just right before
> installing Exchange 2000. It's amazing what you have to do to configure
> a semi-protected home LAN.
> The good news is I think I've configured everything correctly now.
> Sorry for the undeliverables....
Gee, Linux is a snap. Of course I just gotta have the newest and best
so I grab all new packages. I still get it configured faster than Win2k
would have taken me...
You have a point with the scheduling thing though. I don't know why
everyone else hasn't got their act together. If HP open sources Open
Mail we'll be all set; it supposedly does full Exchange calendaring.
-- firstname.lastname@example.org http://sdw.st Stephen D. Williams 43392 Wayside Cir,Ashburn,VA 20147-4622 703-724-0118W 703-995-0407Fax Dec2000
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