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Implementing and Maintaining Exchange 2003 to Support Message Security

 

Topic Last Modified: 2005-05-19

Understanding How Exchange 2003 Supports Message Security provided an overview of the components that make up a Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003-based message security system: Exchange Server 2003, the e-mail client, and public key infrastructure (PKI). This section and the following sections discuss the issues specific to implementing and maintaining the components that make up the Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME) system. Because each component can be controlled by a separate set of administrators, each component is addressed in its own section so that you can easily find information specific to your part of the system.

This section covers the following:

  • Issues to consider when implementing and maintaining an S/MIME system.

    noteNote:
    This section presumes that you have completed Understanding Message Security and Understanding How Exchange 2003 Supports Message Security, or you have an equivalent understanding of the concepts of S/MIME and the components in an Exchange 2003-based S/MIME system.
  • Information about implementing and maintaining Exchange 2003 to support message security.

  • Information about implementing and maintaining Exchange to support e-mail clients.

  • Information about implementing and maintaining Exchange to support the PKI.

  • Information that Exchange administrators need when working with e-mail administrators or PKI administrators to connect to Exchange to form the complete message security system.

Later sections in this guide cover the following:

After you read this section, you should be able to successfully implement and maintain Exchange Server 2003 to support a message security system and be able to work with e-mail client administrators and PKI administrators to successfully fit Exchange 2003 into the message security solution.

 
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