This document describes how to more securely install, configure, and administer the
Microsoft Exchange Server and associated clients. The focus of these documents is
Exchange Server 5.0 and 5.5, the Exchange Client, and the Outlook 97 and Outlook 98
clients. Please note that discussions regarding Exchange Server 5.5 assume service
pack 1 (or later) has been installed. Exchange 2000 and Outlook 2000 guidance is under
This module provides students with an introduction to Microsoft® Outlook®
At the end of this module, students will be able to describe how team folders
can be used in a collaborative solution. They will also be able to use the Team
Folders Wizard and deploy this tool to other users.
Since the World Wide Web became widely available in the
mid 1990s, Web-based applications have developed rapidly.
The Web has come to be used by a range of people for many
different purposes, including online banking, e-commerce,
distance education, social networking, data sharing, collaborating
on team projects, and healthcare-related activities.
Effective user interactions are required for a Web site
to accomplish its specific goals, which is necessary for an
organization to receive a proper return on investment or other
YOU’RE holding one part of a truly stellar phenomenon in the computing industry:
the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition. This book is a key piece of a visionary
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In that time, the J2EE engineering team has defined a new ecosystem for networked
computing and taught the world a new way to develop distributed
To write code, we can choose from a variety of programming languages. The selected language for an
application may depend on the business context, on developer preferences, on the development team’s skills,
on the operating system or on the company’s policy. Whatever the language you end up with, at some point
you will have to deal with data. This data can be in files on the disk, tables in a database, XML documents
coming from the Web, and very often you have to deal with a combination of all of these.
Multi agent systems involve a team of agents working together socially to accomplish a task. An agent can be social in many ways. One is when an agent helps others in solving complex problems. The field of multi agent systems investigates the process underlying distributed problem solving and designs some protocols and mechanisms involved in this process.
As the person who led the JavaSoft team that developed the Java security
technology discussed in this book, it is extremely gratifying to see people
spend their precious time writing about our technology and products. Every
engineer’s dream is to have his or her technology deployed and used by
thousands of others, and this book is a great help to Java developers who
write security-aware applications.
The birth of the interne takes place in 1969 when
Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
(ARPANet) is commissioned by the department of
defense (DOD) for research in networking.
The ARPANET is a success from the very beginning.
Although originally designed to allow scientists to
share data and access remote computers, e‐mail
quickly becomes the most popular application.
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