Synopses & Reviews
Here’s the utterly practical, pocket-sized reference for IT professionals who support Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, now updated for the new features in Service Pack 1 (SP1). This unique guide provides essential details for using this next-generation messaging and collaboration platform to deliver better performance, interoperability, and end-user experience. Written by award-winning author and technology expert William Stanek, this POCKET CONSULTANT puts expert advice for installation, migration, administration, and troubleshooting right at your fingertips. Featuring quick-reference tables, concise lists, and step-by-step instructions, this handy, one-stop guide provides fast, accurate answers on the spot—whether you’re at your desk or in the field!
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
Acknowledgments; Introduction; Who Is This Book For?; How Is This Book Organized?; Conventions Used in This Book; Support; Part I: Exchange Server 2007 Administration Overview; Chapter 1: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administration Overview; 1.1 Exchange Server 2007 and Your Hardware; 1.2 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Editions; 1.3 Exchange Server and Windows; 1.4 Exchange Server and Active Directory; 1.5 Using the Graphical Administration Tools; 1.6 Using the Command-Line Administration Tools; Chapter 2: Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2007; 2.1 Exchange Server Messaging Roles; 2.2 Integrating Exchange Server Roles with Active Directory; 2.3 Integrating Exchange Server 2007 into Existing Exchange Organizations; 2.4 Running and Modifying Exchange Server 2007 Setup; Chapter 3: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Clients; 3.1 Configuring Mail Support for Outlook 2007 and Windows Mail; 3.2 Leaving Mail on the Server with POP3; 3.3 Checking Private and Public Folders with IMAP4 and UNIX Mail Servers; 3.4 Managing the Exchange Server Service in Outlook 2007; 3.5 Using Mail Profiles to Customize the Mail Environment; Chapter 4: Managing Mobile Messaging Users; 4.1 Mastering Outlook Web Access Essentials; 4.2 Mastering Mobile Device and Wireless Access Essentials; 4.3 Mastering Remote Mail and Outlook Anywhere Essentials; Part II: Exchange Server 2007 Administration Essentials; Chapter 5: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administration Essentials; 5.1 Validating the Exchange Server Licensing; 5.2 Understanding Exchange Server 2007 Organizations; 5.3 Understanding Data Storage in Exchange Server 2007; 5.4 Using and Managing Exchange Server Services; Chapter 6: Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server with Exchange Management Shell; 6.1 Using the Windows PowerShell; 6.2 Running and Using Cmdlets; 6.3 Running and Using Other Commands and Utilities; 6.4 Working with Cmdlets; 6.5 Using the Exchange Management Shell; 6.6 Working with Exchange Cmdlets; Chapter 7: User and Contact Administration; 7.1 Understanding Users and Contacts; 7.2 Understanding the Basics of E-mail Routing; 7.3 Managing User Accounts and Mail Features; 7.4 Managing Contacts; Chapter 8: Mailbox Administration; 8.1 Creating Special-Purpose Mailboxes; 8.2 Managing Mailboxes: The Essentials; 8.3 Moving Mailboxes; 8.4 Configuring Mailbox Delivery Restrictions, Permissions, and Storage Limits; Chapter 9: Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists; 9.1 Using Security and Distribution Groups; 9.2 Working with Security and Standard Distribution Groups; 9.3 Working with Dynamic Distribution Groups; 9.4 Other Essential Tasks for Managing Groups; 9.5 Managing Online Address Lists; 9.6 Managing Offline Address Books; Chapter 10: Implementing Exchange Server 2007 Security; 10.1 Controlling Exchange Server Administration and Permissions; 10.2 Adding Exchange Administrator Permissions in the Exchange Management Console; 10.3 Auditing Exchange Server Usage; Part III: Server and Group Administration; Chapter 11: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Data and Storage Groups; 11.1 Navigating the Information Store; 11.2 Controlling the Information Store; 11.3 Content Indexing; Chapter 12: Mailbox and Public Folder Database Administration; 12.1 Using Mailbox Databases; 12.2 Using Public Folder Databases; 12.3 Managing Databases; Chapter 13: Implementing Managed Folders and Managed Records; 13.1 Introducing Messaging Records Management; 13.2 Implementing Records Management; Chapter 14: Accessing and Managing Public Folders; 14.1 Accessing Public Folders; 14.2 Creating and Working with Public Folders; 14.3 Managing Public Folder Settings; Chapter 15: Managing Hub Transport and Edge Transport Servers; 15.1 Working with SMTP Connectors, Sites, and Links; 15.2 Completing Transport Server Setup; 15.3 Managing Message Pickup and Replay; 15.4 Creating and Managing Accepted Domains; 15.5 Creating and Managing E-mail Address Policies; 15.6 Creating and Managing Remote Domains; 15.7 Configuring Antispam and Message Filtering Options; Chapter 16: Managing Client Access Servers; 16.1 Managing Web and Mobile Access; 16.2 Configuring POP3 and IMAP4; 16.3 Deploying Outlook Anywhere; 16.4 Managing Exchange Server Features for Mobile Devices; Part IV: Exchange Server 2007 Optimization and Maintenance; Chapter 17: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Maintenance, Monitoring, and Queuing; 17.1 Understanding Troubleshooting Basics; 17.2 Performing Tracking and Logging Activities in the Organization; 17.3 Monitoring Events, Services, Servers, and Resource Usage; 17.4 Working with Queues; 17.5 Managing Queues; Chapter 18: Backing Up and Restoring Microsoft Exchange Server 2007; 18.1 Understanding the Essentials of Exchange Server Availability, Backup, and Recovery; 18.2 Performing Backup and Recovery on Windows Server 2003; 18.3 Performing Backup and Recovery on Windows Server 2008; 18.4 Restoring Mailboxes Selectively from Backup; 18.5 Performing Additional Backup and Recovery Tasks;