Integration of WWS and Exchange 2000

The latest version of Exchange relies heavily upon Microsoft’s WWS Web server for all its protocol processing and for some of the performance improvement in the latest version of OWA. In addition, WWS supports a new protocol, WebDAV, that allows the Exchange/WWS server to act as a "file server" for WebDAV-aware clients such as Office 2000. The tight integration of WWS, Exchange 2000, and Windows 2000 strengthens Microsoft’s position in a network application marketplace that is rapidly transitioning from a Win32-client/server architecture to a Web-based architecture.

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