Microsoft Exchange Definitions

  • P

    POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)

    POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3) is the most recent version of a standard protocol for receiving e-mail.

  • privilege

    In the administration of a multi-user computer system, a privilege is an identified right that a particular user has to a particular system resource, such as a file folder, the use of certain system commands, or an amount of storage.

  • public folder

    In Microsoft Outlook, a public folder is a folder created to share information with others.

  • R

    registry

    In the Microsoft Windows operating systems beginning with Windows 95, the registry is a single place for keeping such information as what hardware is attached, what system options have been selected, how computer memory is set up, and what application programs are to be present when the operating system is started.

  • rehoming

    In a Windows environment, rehoming is the process of moving public folders from one Exchange server to another.

  • Remote Access Server Application Program Interface (RAS API)

    RAS API (Remote Access Server Application Program Interface) is an application program interface (API) in Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT systems that supports remote access for users with dial-up connections.

  • Remote Access server role

    Remote Access is a server role in Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 and offers administrators a central point for administering, configuring and monitoring factors related to network access.

  • Remote Installation Service (RIS)

    Remote Installation Service (RIS) is a feature included in Microsoft's Windows 2000 server that allows network administrators to install the Windows 2000 Professional operating system and its upgrades to any number of client computers at one time from a centralized location.

  • reverse proxy server

    A reverse proxy server is a proxy server that relays connection requests for inbound network traffic.

  • Rich Text Format (RTF)

    Rich Text Format (RTF) is a file format that lets you exchange text files between different word processors in different operating systems.

  • S

    seat

    In a networked computer system, a seat is a workstation that can be operated by one user at a time.

  • self-sending spam

    Self-sending spam is unsolicited e-mail that looks like you sent it to yourself: your name appears on the "from" line as well as the "to" line.

  • Sender ID

    Sender ID is Microsoft's proposed e-mail sender authentication protocol designed to protect against domain spoofing and phishing exploits.

  • service pack

    A service pack is an orderable or downloadable update to a customer's software that fixes existing problems and, in some cases, delivers product enhancements.

  • SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

    SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a TCP/IP protocol used in sending and receiving e-mail.

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