An email domain that your Exchange servers accept inbound mail for.
Entries on an Access Control List (ACL) that define a user's permission for an object.
A list of users and groups allowed to access a resource and the particular permissions each user has been granted or denied.
Stores information about objects in a Windows Server 2003 network and makes this information easy for administrators and users to find and use.
The set of remote addresses that can be reached through a particular connector. Each connector must have at least one entry in its address space.
Used to define administrative boundaries within an Exchange 2000/ 2003 environment.
NTFS permissions that determine what administrative tasks a user or group is permitted to perform on a public folder.
A property that specifies the length of time a unit of data may remain in its container (e.g., public folder).
An alternative name for an object. In Exchange, an alias is normally generated for a user based on the user's name.
The name for the default public folder tree in an Exchange organization. This tree is accessible by all clients that can access public folders.
Accessing a server by logging in using a Windows account set up for general access.
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