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Registering an Exchange Web Form

Exchange Server 2003

Registering an Exchange Web Form

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Custom Exchange Web forms can be registered in the Exchange store. After forms are properly registered, Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 displays the custom forms.

Important  Microsoft FrontPage® Server Extensions are not supported on Exchange Server 2003 because the mapped M: drive required to upload some data to Exchange is no longer supported. Existing applications can no longer use this functionality.
To register an Exchange Web form manually
  1. Create the form the editor appropriate to your needs.
  2. Modify the form to add the functionality that you want. You can also choose to add the form itself to the store.
  3. Log on to the Exchange Server computer as a user with rights to write to the intended directory.
  4. Register the Web form in the store.

For additional information about registering Exchange Web forms, see the following topics:

Registering an Exchange Web Form Using PROPPATCH

Using ADO to Set the SCR and Default Document Properties

Binding Messages to Custom Forms

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