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    New to exchange .....

    I have just installed Exchange 2003 on a server at a primary school.

    Now I know absolutly nothing about IIS and exchange etc, so what im looking for is an ebook anyone may be able to upload for me etc.?

    Just setup a School diary all teachers can edit but not sure how to view it via the intranet(iis).

    Training would be lovely but as a close second edugeek rarely fails me.

    Cheers

    Si

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    You want to setup a public folder whose content type is calender.
    The teachers can then add it to their favourites if they have Outlook 2003.

    As for IIS, I think it should be already setup.

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    Here ya go m8... this site will give you a good start....
    http://www.msexchange.org/

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    Thanks will have a play

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    If you have Outlook Web Access set up, try going to:

    http://exchangeservername/public/

    And browsing there. (Try under a mail-enabled admin account first)

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    I use the Microsoft Press Exchange Server 2003 Administrators Pocket Guide. Fnatastic little book. It has all tasks in easy to follow steps.

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    Gimme a link DB :P

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    Re: New to exchange .....

    Here y'go
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...847241-9714258
    I can recommend ALL of the Microsoft Press Pocket Administrator Guides. They are fantastic little books.

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