Synopses & Reviews
Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers immediate answers for managing desktop, mobile, and remote messaging with Exchange Server 2003. Zero in on core support procedures and everyday tasks using quick-reference tables, step-by-step instructions, and lists. You get fast, accurate information to solve problems and get the job done—whether you’re at your desk or in the field!
Get fast facts to:
- Configure and manage Exchange clients
- Use Active Directory directory service to administer users and contacts
- Set up mailbox rights, permissions, and storage limits
- Implement Exchange policies and security settings
- Manage storage groups, data stores, and databases
- Use security and distribution groups, address lists, and templates
- Create and administer public folders
- Configure SMTP, IMAP4, POP3, and HTTP virtual servers
- Support mobile Microsoft Outlook users and Outlook Web Access
- Perform backups and recovery and monitor server performance
A concise, easy-to-use reference for anyone who administers Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server. Whether kept on the desk or toted from workstation to workstation, this guided provides answers fast, providing ready-to-read tables, lists, and step-by-step instruction--straight from Microsoft.
A guide to Microsoft Exchange server 2003 provides information on such topics as configuring Exchange clients, setting up mailboxes, using public folders, and performing backups and recovery.
About the Author
William R. Stanek is a leading network technology expert and an award-winning author. He is a regular contributor to leading publications such as PC Magazine and has written, co-authored, or contributed to numerous computer books, including Microsoft Windows 2000 Administratoras Pocket Consultant, Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Administratoras Pocket Consultant, and Windows 2000 Scripting Administratoras Guide. Stanek has a masteras degree in information systems, with distinction, and a bacheloras degree in computer science, magna cum laude. He has been involved in the commercial Internet community since 1991 and has experience developing server technology, encryption, and e-commerce technology.
Table of Contents
Tables; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Who Is This Book For?; How Is This Book Organized?; Conventions Used in This Book; Support; Part I: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Administration Fundamentals; Chapter 1: Overview of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Administration; Microsoft Exchange Server 2003; Exchange Server and Windows Integration; Hardware and Component Requirements for Exchange Server; Exchange Server Administration Tools; Chapter 2: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Clients; Configuring Mail Support for Outlook 2003 and Outlook Express; Leaving Mail on the Server with POP3; Checking Private and Public Folders with IMAP and UNIX Mail Servers; Managing the Exchange Server Service in Outlook 2003; Using Mail Profiles to Customize the Mail Environment; Chapter 3: Managing Mobile Outlook Users for Wireless, Web and Dial-Up Access; Mastering Outlook Web Access Essentials; Mastering Mobile Device and Wireless Access Essentials; Creating Mobile Outlook Profiles for Remote Mail and RPC over HTTP; Part II: Active Directory Services and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003; Chapter 4: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Administration Essentials; Understanding Exchange Server Organizations; Data Storage in Exchange Server; Using and Managing Exchange Server Services; Chapter 5: User and Contact Administration; Understanding Users and Contacts; Understanding the Basics of E-Mail Routing; Working with Active Directory Users And Computers; Managing User Accounts and Mail Features; Managing Contacts; Chapter 6: Mailbox Administration; Managing Mailboxes: The Essentials; Configuring Mailbox Delivery Restrictions, Permissions, and Storage Limits; Managing Advanced Mailbox Settings; Chapter 7: Working with Groups, Lists, and Templates; Using Security and Distribution Groups; Working with Security and Standard Distribution Groups; Working with Query-Based Distribution Groups; Other Essential Tasks for Managing Groups; Managing Online Address Lists; Managing Offline Address Lists; Customizing Address Templates; Chapter 8: Implementing Directory Security and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Policies; Controlling Exchange Server Administration and Usage; Auditing Exchange Server Usage; Exchange Server Recipient Policies; Exchange Server System Policies; Part III: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Data Store Administration; Chapter 9: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Data and Storage Groups; Controlling the Information Store; Content Indexing; Chapter 10: Mailbox and Public Folder Store Administration; Using Mailbox Stores; Using Public Folder Stores; Managing Data Stores; Using Mailbox Recovery Center; Chapter 11: Using and Replicating Public Folders; Making Sense of Public Folders and Public Folder Trees; Accessing Public Folders; Creating and Managing Public Folder Trees; Creating and Working with Public Folders; Managing Public Folder Settings; Chapter 12: Backing Up and Restoring Microsoft Exchange Server 2003; Understanding the Essentials of Exchange Server Backup and Recovery; Recovering Exchange Server with the Restore Wizard; Part IV: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Group Administration; Chapter 13: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organizations; Configuring Global Settings for the Organization; Configuring Antispam and Message Filtering Options; Managing Administrative Groups; Managing Routing Groups; Creating Routing Group Containers; Chapter 14: Managing Message Transfer and Routing Within the Organization; Configuring the X.400 Message Transfer Agent; Setting Local MTA Credentials; Using Routing Group Connectors; Using SMTP Connectors; Using X.400 Connectors; Handling Core Connector Administration Tasks; Chapter 15: Administering SMTP, IMAP4, and POP3; Working with SMTP, IMAP4, and POP3 Virtual Servers; Mastering Core SMTP, IMAP4, and POP3 Administration; Managing SMTP Virtual Servers; Managing IMAP4; Managing POP3; Chapter 16: Managing HTTP Virtual Servers for Web and Mobile Access Users; Using Front-End and Back-End Server Configurations for Web and Mobile Access; Creating Additional HTTP Virtual Servers; Managing HTTP Virtual Servers; Chapter 17: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Maintenance, Monitoring, and Queuing; Tracking and Logging Activity in the Organization; Monitoring Connections, Services, Servers, and Resource Usage; Working with Queues; Managing Queues; Appendix : About the Author;