What Is New in Exchange Server 2003
These topics provide important information about using Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003. The purpose is to outline the features in Exchange Server 2003 and provide the basic information necessary to begin using these new features. This is not a comprehensive document about Exchange, but a guide for getting started with testing and running Exchange 2003.
These topics supplement the release notes (releasenotes.htm), and should be read only after reviewing the release notes. The release notes contain critical information about known issues with Exchange 2003.
These topics are designed to benefit Exchange administrators who will be testing and deploying Exchange 2003. Furthermore, these topics assume that you have an excellent working knowledge of Exchange 2000 Server. The structure is based on Exchange components; specifically, each section itemizes the new component features and discusses how to begin using them.
For more information about Exchange Server 2003, see the Microsoft Exchange Server TechCenter.
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New in Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1
The sections listed in the following topics contain information about the updates made to Exchange Server 2003 in Service Pack 1.
- The Note in Moving Mailboxes in Exchange System Manager
- New in SP1: Improved Support for Multiple Processors
New in SP1: Exchange Site Consolidation Tools
New in SP1: Exchange 2003 Migration Wizard
New in SP1: Support for Device Update 4 (DU4)
New in SP1: Security Enhancement for Outlook Web Access
New in Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2
The sections listed in the following topics contain information about the updates made to Exchange Server 2003 in Service Pack 2.
New in SP2: Enabling or Disabling MAPI Access for a Specific User
New in SP2: Enabling Direct Push Technology
New in SP2: Managing Security Settings for Mobile Clients
New in SP2: Remote Wiping of Mobile Devices
New in SP2: Global Address List Search for Mobile Clients
New in SP2: Certificate-Based Authentication and S/MIME on Mobile Devices
New in SP2: Tracking Public Folder Deletions
New in SP2: Manually Stopping and Resuming Replication
New in SP2: Synchronizing the Public Folder Hierarchy
New in SP2: Using the Manage Public Folders Settings Wizard
New in SP2: Moving Public Folder Content to a Different Server
- New in SP2: Improved Offline Address Book Performance
New in SP2: Step 3: Specifying the Servers to Exclude from Connection Filtering
New in SP2: Sender ID Filtering
New in SP2: Intelligent Message Filtering
Updated in SP2: Understanding How Enabled Filters Are Applied
- New in SP2: Database Size Limit Configuration and Management