Support for Push E-mail was added to exchange server 2003 with Service Pack 2. For the messaging professional, the Exchange 2007 admin, or even a network admin well versed in Exchange 2003 the book is ideal. Pocket Consultant Concise, easy-to-use reference for looking up quick, specific information needed to accomplish a task. These features include quick step-by-step instructions, lists, tables with fast facts, and extensive cross-references. The book covers everything you need to perform the core administrative tasks for Exchange Server 2010, whether your servers are running on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2.
The first two chapters provide an overview of Exchange servers and Exchange clients. Chapter 2 discusses deploying Exchange Server. Next I cover the fundamental tasks you need for Exchange Server administration. Youll get the focused information you need to solve problems and get the job donewhether youre at your desk or in the field! The E-mail message field is required. Chapter 12 provides a comprehensive discussion of deploying and managing Hub Transport servers and Edge Transport servers.
Description: xxii, 664 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: Exchange Server 2010 Administration Overview Chapter 2: Deploying Exchange Server 2010 Chapter 3: Exchange Server 2010 Administration Essentials Chapter 4: Using the Exchange Management Shell Chapter 5: User and Contact Administration Chapter 6: Mailbox Administration Chapter 7: Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists Chapter 8: Implementing Exchange Server 2010 Security Chapter 9: Managing Data and Database Availability Groups Chapter 10: Mailbox and Public Folder Database Administration Chapter 11: Accessing and Managing Public Folders Chapter 12: Managing Hub Transport and Edge Transport Servers Chapter 13: Managing Client Access Servers Chapter 14: Exchange Server 2010 Maintenance, Monitoring, and Queuing Chapter 15: Backing Up and Restoring Exchange Server 2010 Chapter 16: Managing Exchange Server 2010 Clients Chapter 17: Managing Mobile Messaging Users Responsibility: William R. You will also find complete details on all the essential Exchange administration tasks. Stanek walks through the admittedly simple steps allowing any administrator to setup 2-16 servers as passive copies of an Exchange database. Over the years, his practical advice has helped millions. The chapter also examines configuring Exchange Server features for mobile devices, including Autodiscover, Direct Push, Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policy, Remote Device Wipe, Password Recovery, Direct File Access, Remote File Access, and WebReady Document Viewing. He has written more than 100 books.
In short, this book is designed to be the one resource you turn to whenever you have questions regarding Exchange Server 2010 administration. Introduction Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Administrator's Pocket Consultant is designed to be a concise and compulsively usable resource for Exchange Server 2010 administrators. Here are the outlines of the chapters: Chapter 1 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Administration Overview Exchange Server 2010 and Your Hardware Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Editions Exchange Server and Windows Services for Exchange Server Exchange Server Authentication and Security Exchange Server Security Groups Exchange Server and Active Directory Understanding How Exchange Stores Information Understanding How Exchange Routes Messages Using the Graphical Administration Tools Using the Command-Line Administration Tools Chapter 6 Mailbox Administration Creating Special-Purpose Mailboxes Using Room and Equipment Mailboxes Creating Room and Equipment Mailboxes Creating Linked Mailboxes Creating Forwarding Mailboxes Creating Archive Mailboxes Managing Mailboxes: The Essentials Viewing Current Mailbox Size, Message Count, and Last Logon Setting Alternate Mailbox Display Names for Multilanguage Environments Hiding Mailboxes from Address Lists Defining Custom Mailbox Attributes for Address Lists Moving Mailboxes Moving Mailboxes: The Essentials Performing Offline Mailbox Moves Performing Online Mailbox Moves Importing and Exporting Mailbox Data Configuring Mailbox Delivery Restrictions, Permissions, and Storage Limits Setting Message Size Restrictions for Contacts Setting Message Size Restrictions on Delivery to and from Individual Mailboxes Setting Send and Receive Restrictions for Contacts Setting Message Send and Receive Restrictions on Individual Mailboxes Permitting Others to Access a Mailbox Forwarding E-mail to a New Address Setting Storage Restrictions on an Individual Mailbox Setting Deleted Item Retention Time on Individual Mailboxes The sample chapters add up to 74 pages. How Is This Book Organized? Zero in on core support and maintenance tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. Zero in on core support and maintenance tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. This is a reference work first and foremost, not a teaching guide. In the next several chapters, I discuss advanced tasks for managing and maintaining Exchange organizations.
Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, interactive tutorials, and more. Because the focus of this book is on giving you maximum value in a pocket-size guide, you don't have to wade through hundreds of pages of extraneous information to find what you're looking for. Chapter 13 provides a comprehensive discussion of deploying and managing Client Access servers. To this end, the book zeroes in on daily administrative procedures, frequently performed tasks, documented examples, and options that are representative although not necessarily inclusive. Zero in on core support and maintenance tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists.
Shell users will perform every task that can be performed in the exchange server graphical user interface plus extra tasks, and will program often-used or complicated tasks into scripts that may be saved, shared, and re-used. The book has an expanded table of contents and an extensive index for finding answers to problems quickly. Other equally important new features, including online mailbox moves, the new web-based Exchange Control Panel and the numerous new specialty mailboxes are well covered by Stanek. Zero in on core support and maintenance tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. This is the readable resource guide that you'll want on your desk at all times.
The Pocket Consultant series delivers problem-solving information and procedures in a fast-access format, including easy-to-scan tables, lists, and step-by-step instructions that help the reader complete tasks quickly. Chapter 11 looks at how you can use public folders in the enterprise. The chapter also covers how to recover disconnected mailboxes and deleted messaging items. I do, however, provide complete details on the components of Exchange organizations and how you can use these components to build a fully redundant and highly available messaging environment. I do, however, provide complete details on the components of Exchange organizations and how you can use these components to build a fully redundant and highly available messaging environment. Instead, you'll find exactly what you need to get the job done.
Get fast facts Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers immediate answers for the day-to-day administration of Exchange Server 2010. One of the goals is to keep the content so concise that the book remains compact and easy to navigate while at the same time ensuring that the book is packed with as much information as possible—making it a valuable resource. He is a leading technology expert, an award-winning author, and a pretty-darn-good instructional trainer. The book covers everything you need to perform the core administrative tasks for Exchange Server 2010, whether your servers are running on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2. The book covers everything you need to perform the core administrative tasks for Exchange Server 2010, whether your servers are running on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2. Zero in on core support and maintenance tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers immediate answers for the day-to-day administration of Exchange Server 2010.