JSI Tip 1169. Searching the Knowledge Base for Exchange Articles.

In tip 144, we learned how to search the KB for Windows NT articles.

To search the Knowledge Base for Microsoft Exchange articles, use the following keywords:

   Keyword   Description
   XGEN      General issues, including documentation

   XADM      Administrative issues, including Exchange Server and service
             pack installation, general user interface (UI), recipient
             containers, importing and exporting, message tracking, server
             and link monitors, public and private information stores,
             directory, Key Management server (KM server), directory
             replication, folder replication, disaster recovery,
             Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), Search Control,
             and Microsoft Cluster Server Support (MSCS)

   XCLN      Client issues, including client installation, all providers,
             Shiva, Schedule+ (including Macintosh), Forms, Setup Editor,
             Sample Applications, STF Editor, Free/Busy Connector,
             Outlook and Exchange Server Support, and Server Side

   XCON      Connector issues, including X.400 Connector, Site Connector,
             general message transfer agent (MTA) and routing, transport
             stacks (TCP/IP, X.25, TP4), and Dynamic RAS Connector

   XFOR      All Microsoft Mail connectors, directory synchronization
             (dirsync), migration, cc:Mail Connector, Notes Connector
             (MSNC), SNADS Connector, PROFS Connector, LDE, SNADS
             Directory Component, Connectivity to Foreign Mail Systems

   XIMS      POP3/Imail, Internet News Service (NNTP), IMAP4, S/MIME,
             Chat Server, MCIS, NT Option Pack, SMTP

   XWEB      Web issues, including Outlook Web Access
NOTE: As of this writing, XIMS has not been implemented. If your search fails, use XFOR.
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