Uncle Jim's JavaScript Examples

Static Floating "Top of Page" Button

Author: Jim Stiles

This script displays a static, floating image on the page that allows the user to return to the top of the page when clicked. For this example, I have place the buton on the lower, right corner of the page and included some sample text. Simply scroll down the page, then click the arrow to return to the top.

Host multiple SMTP domains on Exchange 2000:

From the Exchange System Manager, navigate to Recipient Policies under the Recipients container.
Double-click Default Policies to open the Default Policies Properties window.
On the E-Mail Addresses tab, click New.
From the New E-mail Address window, select SMTP Address, and click OK.
In the address box, type the SMTP domain name (e.g., @domain.com) you're adding to your Exchange organization.
Select the This Exchange Organization Is Responsible For All Mail Delivery To This Address check box, and click OK.
In the Default Policies Properties window, note that you can either select the check box next to the new SMTP domain to make it the new primary domain or leave the existing SMTP domain as the primary domain. Make your selection, and click OK.

When you click OK, the following message appears:
Address generation for <.new SMTP domain.> has been enabled for all newly created Recipients. Do you want to automatically add this Address Type to all existing Recipient e-mail addresses?
If you want to automatically generate a new SMTP address for all existing users, click Yes. Otherwise, click No so that only newly created users automatically receive the new SMTP address. If you click No, you can manually add the new address to users' mailboxes as needed, or you can create a recipient policy for the users that need the new SMTP address.

To make your change take effect, you'll need to stop and restart the Exchange information store service.
In order for mail to be delivered from the new domains to your Exchange server, you must do some DNS setup. Each domain you host must point its MX record to your Exchange server. If you don't host your own DNS, contact your ISP about making these changes.

Configure the Internet Mail Service for multiple domains:
Follow these steps to configure the Internet Mail Service (IMS) to support multiple domains in Exchange 5.5:
From the Exchange Server Administrator program, navigate to the Connections container, and double-click the Internet Mail Service object. From the Internet Mail Service Properties dialog box, select the Routing tab, and click Add.
Enter the domain you want to add in the E-mail Sent To This Domain field, select the Should Be Accepted As "Inbound" option, and click OK. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for each domain you need to support. When you're finished adding domains, click OK to close the Internet Mail Service Properties dialog box.
Stop and restart the Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail Service to make your changes take effect.
In order for mail from the new domains to be delivered to your Exchange server, you'll need to do some DNS work. The DNS server that's authoritative for each domain you host must point the domain's MX record to the same host A record that contains the IP address of your SMTP host. If you don't host your own DNS, contact your ISP about making these changes.

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COPY - Placed directly above the ending BODY tag
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