Notes 01

Chap. 8: Outlook 2000



Install from CD-ROM,
Network, or unattended – pros and cons

Using Profiles

RPC components – pg.
268-269

Configurations – pg. 270

Outlook Options – pg.
274-275

Delegating Permissions –
pg. 276-278

Out-of-Office Assistant –
pg. 285

 

Chap. 9: MAPI

What is an API – pg. 289

MAPIs two layers – pg. 295

Different types of address
books – pg. 297 (mainly based on location and availability)

Messaging Profiles
(multi-users same computer) – pg. 299

 

Chap. 10: MAPI-Based
Clients in a Novell NetWare Environment

 

Chap. 11: Internet Based
Client Access

SMTP – pg. 341

  •   For sending messages

  •   Port 25

  •   ESMTP

POP3 – pg. 345

  •   Post Office Protocol Version 3

  •   For receiving mail

  •   Port 110

  •   Restricted to Inbox

IMAP4 – pg. 348

  •   Internet Mail Access Protocol Version 4

  •   For receiving mail – but not restricted to only Inbox

  •   Maintain session information — so you can work from server

NNTP – pg. 351

  •   Network News Protocol

  •   For USENET – news groups

  •   What is a news group???? – explain difference between than
    and a distribution list

  •   Part of Public Folder

  •   Pull vs. Push – pg. 353

HTTP – pg. 354

  •   HyperText Transfer Protocol (version 4.1 currently)

  •   URI / URL – pg. 355

  •   Port 80

LDAP – pg. 359

  •   Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

  •   Port 389 – by default

  •   derivative of X.500 DAP

  •   For hierarchy of directory objects

IP Ports – pg. 362

  • What is a Socket…

SSL – pg. 362



NNTP Virtual Servers – pg.
370



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