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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled by Scott Schnoll

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Exchange Error Reporting

Support for Microsoft Error Reporting—also known as Windows Error Reporting, Microsoft Event Reporting, and Automatic Error Reporting—was first added to Exchange with Exchange 2000 Service Pack 2. Exchange 2003 includes an enhanced version of Microsoft Error Reporting called Exchange Error Reporting (EER) that streamlines error reporting to administrators, integrates with Corporate Error Reporting, and provides enhanced reporting for the Exchange 2003 Recipient Update Service. As I wrote in Chapter 3, error reporting enables Microsoft's customers to transmit crashes and other fatal errors via HTTPS over the Internet to a Microsoft error-reporting server (https://watson.microsoft.com).

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