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Implementing Exchange Store Views

Exchange Server 2003

Implementing Exchange Store Views

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A view is defined as tabular data represented in a column. Views can be configured, view titles can be modified, and views can be grouped and sorted. A Web page can contain multiple views.

There are two ways to implement Exchange store views: behaviors and the form renderer.

Internet Explorer 5 View

For Internet Explorer 5 or later, the view is used to display the view on the client. The view processes the HTTP/XML view description on the client and requests appropriate data from the server. Data is displayed as Dynamic HTML (DHTML).

HTML 3.2 View

For non-Internet Explorer 5 Web browsers, the server renders the view as a static HTML 3.2 table. "Group By" views are not supported, and the information is displayed in sorted rows.

This section covers the following topics:

Specifying the View in a Web Page

URL Overrides

Important  Microsoft® FrontPage® Server Extensions are not supported on Microsoft 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.