Managing Client Access to Exchange Server 2003
Topic Last Modified: 2005-05-25
This section describes how to manage the client access settings for the protocols and clients that you support. This section also reviews basic client access concepts, and how you manage the protocols that are used by the individual clients that access Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and the front-end and back-end server architecture.
|To correctly manage client access to Exchange 2003, you must first understand how Microsoft Windows technologies, such as Internet Information Services (IIS) and Microsoft Active Directory® directory service, interact with Exchange. You must also understand protocols such as HTTP and MAPI, and how client applications such as Exchange ActiveSync® and Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003 use these respective protocols to interact with Exchange.|