Chapter 21. Connecting to Other Messaging Systems with X.400

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 can connect to a multitude of modern and legacy messaging systems. Until this point, we have focused primarily on working within the Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 environment. You have set up your Exchange system and learned how to deploy and administer all of its components—from routing groups to clients to clustered servers. Exchange Server 2003 is not the only messaging system out there, however. Many types of messaging systems are available today, and you might have to connect your Exchange system to one or more of them. You might, for example, be upgrading from ...

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