Sunday Reading...

Here's a bit of a 'mixed bag' for you...

The first Microsoft Security Newsletter is now available - it contains a whole wealth of security related information, including details about Microsoft's future security strategy, the security features of XP SP2, Exchange 2003 security enhancements... and a whole lot more besides...

Deane Barker meanwhile has written-up details on how it's possible to use Exchange 2000 as an enterprise-wide blogging platform, which is pretty interesting and worth looking into (thanks Deane!)

There's a new article over at Outlook Exchange in which Henrik Walther details the steps that are needed to peform an in-place upgrade from Exchange 2000 to 2003.

The Register has reported that "three workers at Hewlett Packard’s plant in Renfrewshire, Scotland, who were fired after sending or receiving e-mails of a sexual nature, have won a claim of unfair dismissal...The tribunal found that HP had not been consistent in its response to abuse of the company's email system"

Did you know that Microsoft run an internet based Outlook free/busy service? "How does it work? Once users join the service, they have a shared location on the Internet for publishing their free and busy times. Outlook then works with the service to display the times in an Outlook meeting request"

and finally..."Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Exam Demos.. Hot area, active screen, drag and drop, build list and reorder, create a tree, testlet exam format, and simulation question types"

Chris Meirick on December 14, 2003 at 04:41 PM in News
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