To make the Exchange Advanced tab available for to view, follow these steps :
- In Active Directory Users and Computers, click View.
- Click to select the Advanced Features check box.
By default, this setting is not turned on. After you complete the steps that are described in this article, the Exchange Advanced
tab is available for you to view. On the Exchange Advanced
tab, you can select among the following options:
- Change the simple display name
You can use the Change the simple display name option to specify a simple display name for a mailbox-enabled user. The simple display name is used by systems that cannot interpret all of the characters in a typical display name. Therefore, it is best if you specify a simple display name that uses only ANSI characters.
- Hide from Exchange address lists
You can use the Hide from Exchange address lists option to prevent a mailbox-enabled user from appearing in an address list. If you select this option, the mailbox-enabled user is hidden from all address lists. You can also use this option to hide the mail-enabled Administrator account and any other account that is not associated with an actual user, such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Downgrade high priority mail bound for X.400
You can use the Downgrade high priority mail bound for X.400 option to downgrade e-mail messages that are set for high priority delivery to an X.400-type e-mail address. This downgrade causes the outbound e-mail messages to match the original 1984 X.400 conventions.
- Custom attributes
You can use the Custom attributes option to specify Exchange 2000 custom attributes. Exchange 2000 provides 15 custom attributes. You can select the mailbox-enabled user information you want to track by assigning values to these custom attributes. For example, if your company uses an employee identification numbering system, you can type the identification number of a user in a custom attribute.
- Protocol settings
You can use the Protocol settings option to turn on, turn off, and modify Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), Internet Message Access Protocol version 4 (IMAP4), and Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3).
- ILS settings
You can use the ILS settings option to specify an Internet Locator Service (ILS) server. ILS gives Internet service providers and Web site managers the ability to increase communication between users who visit a Web site. ILS stores information about each user, including the Internet Protocol (IP) address. This information allows online users to find each other.
- Mailbox Rights
You can use the Mailbox Rights option to grant and deny mailbox permissions for a mailbox-enabled user. You can view and change mailbox permissions for a mailbox-enabled user, assign mailbox permissions to another user or group, and change inherited permissions.