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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Administrator's Companion by Walter Glenn, Bill English

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Chapter 9. Creating and Managing Recipients

Sending and receiving information is the foundation of messaging, groupware, and, of course, of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. In this chapter, we start looking at the message transfer process within an Exchange system. Exchange Server 2003 is based on a multitude of messaging components, but with some analysis, it becomes apparent how these components interact to create an enterprise-wide messaging system.

Recipients are objects in the Active Directory directory service that reference resources that can receive messages through interaction with Exchange Server 2003. Such a resource ...

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