Customizable system messages

Exchange 2010 allows you to customize two kinds of system-generated messages: DSNs and quota warning messages. In all versions prior to Exchange 2007, if you wanted to use customized text in system-generated messages, you had to ask Microsoft to supply a custom-built replacement DLL that contained the customized text. Apart from the cost to build the new DLL, you took on two additional problems. First, the customized DLL might compromise support. In practice, if Microsoft supplied the customization, you probably received support for the work. This didn’t apply if someone other than Microsoft did the work. Second, the customization had to be tested and deployed to every hub transport server in the organization after ...

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