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Exchange Server 2003 uses _ _ as the storage mechanism for its data
Active Directory
Exchange Server 2003 still uses its own databases for storing the content of _ and _ logs
messages
transaction
Active Directory is partitioned into naming contexts. The three naming contexts are
■ _
■ _
■ _
Domain
Configuration
Schema
These naming contexts provide _ for and _ to the Active Directory database and can have their own _ and _ configuration
boundaries
structure
replication
permissions
in contrast to Exchange Server 5.5, Exchange Server 2003 mailboxes and Active Directory user accounts are not _ objects.
separate
The configuration naming context stores information about the _ _ of the Exchange organization
physical structure
The configuration naming context stores information about the physical structure of the Exchange organization, such as _ groups and _.
routing
connectors
Active Directory replicates this data to all domain controllers in the forest, which marks the _ _ of an Exchange organization.
security boundary
The schema naming context contains information about all of the _ _ and
their _ that can be stored in Active Directory.
object classes
attributes
During the deployment of Exchange Server 2003, the
Active Directory _ is _ to include the classes and attributes specific to Exchange Server 2003.
schema
extended
Exchange Server 2003 uses two services—_ and _ —to access the global catalog.
DSProxy
DSAccess
Exchange Server 2003 provides a proxy service called DSProxy
to function as an _ between the _ and the _ _.
intermediary
client
global catalog
DSProxy works as a facilitator to allow Outlook clients to access information within Active Directory through the _ _ _ _
Name Service Provider Interface (NSPI).
The DSProxy service supports older _ _ _ _ _
clients by forwarding requests _ from the client to the global catalog server.
Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI)
directly
DSProxy does not _ the request; instead, it blindly _the request and
then returns the results. The process is transparent to the user.
examine
forwards
Exchange Server 2003 shares _ _ _ with other Active Directory
services, so it is important to _ the impact of Exchange Server 2003 queries.
global catalog functionality
reduce
_ implements a directory access _ that stores recently accessed information for a configurable _ _ _.
DSAccess
cache
length of time
Increasing the cache and timeout period too much can causeproblems with _-_-_ data
out-of-date
a cache that is too _ and a _ _
period can cause performance problems, as well.
small
short timeout
Exchange Server 2003
does not maintain its own _ _.
distribution lists
Active Directory security groups and distribution groups are _ to support _ _.
extended
e-mail addresses
In this ____________ ____________ ____________ can ____________ used as a mail recipient, with ____________ message being distributed ____________ ____________ member of the group.
way
the group
be
to each