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All the Documentation You Need for Successfully Deploying Exchange Server2003
Author Barry Gerber shares his extensive real-worldexperience in easy-to-understand language in this comprehensive guide toMicrosoft's messaging and collaboration server. Mastering Exchange Server2003 systematically and sequentially walks you through all the essentialconcepts of planning and design, installation, deployment, administration andmanagement, maintenance, and troubleshooting. With detailed backgroundinformation, clear step-by-step, hands-on instructions, and realistic examples,Gerber teaches you how to devise and implement a system that is just right foryour environment. He then leads you to the next level with advanced coverage onreliability and availability, disaster recovery, security solutions, wirelessaccess, and building custom e-mail forms for Outlook.
- Designing a new Exchange 2003system
- Upgrading to Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server2003
- Installing and configuring Exchange Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 asa domain controller, and Outlook 2003 from a customized serverimage
- Organizing Exchange users, distribution groups, andcontacts
- Managing the Exchange Server hierarchy and corecomponents
- Managing Exchange 2003 Internet services and services for Internetclients
- Installing and administrating additional ExchangeServers
- Performing advanced administration and management
- EnsuringExchange Server reliability and availability
- Building Exchange Server systemsecurity
- Configuring wireless access to Exchange Server 2003
- Creating andmanaging Outlook forms designer applications
- Exploring third-party applications for Exchange/Outlook clients and Exchange Server
AudienceNetwork/system administrators, consultants, application developers
"Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2003" is a comprehensive reference for those who need to install, configure and administer the multifaced operating system. It carefully walks readers through planning and design, installation, administration and management, maintenance and more.
About the Author
Barry Gerber is an IS consultant focusing on communications systems, networking, and advanced database technologies. A founding editor of Network Computing Magazine, he has served as Director of Social Sciences Computing at UCLA, Vice President of Distributed Data Processing at a major insurance company, and Computing Director for a federally funded health-care program.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Understanding and Planning.
Chapter 1: Introducing Exchange Server 2003.
Chapter 2: Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003.
Chapter 3: Two Key Architectural Components of Windows Server 2003.
Chapter 4: Exchange Server 2003 Architecture.
Chapter 5: Designing a New Exchange 2003 System.
Chapter 6: Upgrading to Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003.
Part 2: Installation.
Chapter 7: Installing Windows Server 2003 as a Domain Controller.
Chapter 8: Installing Exchange Server 2003.
Part 3: The Outlook Client.
Chapter 9: Installing Outlook 2003 from a Customized Server Image.
Chapter 10: A Quick Overview of Outlook 2003.
Part 4: Basic Exchange Server 2003 Management.
Chapter 11: Managing Exchange Users, Distribution Groups, and Contacts.
Chapter 12: Managing the Exchange Server Hierarchy and Core Components.
Part 5: Expanding an Exchange Server Organization.
Chapter 13: Managing Exchange 2003 Internet Services.
Chapter 14: Managing Exchange 2003 Services for Internet Clients.
Chapter 15: Installing and Managing Additional Exchange Servers.
Part 6: Exchange and Outlook: The Next Level.
Chapter 16: Advanced Exchange Server Administration and Management.
Chapter 17: Exchange Server Reliability and Availability.
Chapter 18: Exchange Server System Security.
Chapter 19: Wireless Access to Exchange Server 2003.
Chapter 20: Building, Using, and Managing Outlook Forms Designer Applications.
Appendix: Cool Third-Party Applications for Exchange Server and Outlook Clients.