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Questions about Exchange Server 2010? Flip open this easy-access guide!
Have all your questions about Microsoft's new Exchange Server 2010 answered on the spot with this handy reference guide. Designed for easy access with special headings, thumb tabs, easy-to-read lists, and more, this book is the perfect quick resource for those day-to-day issues that come up just when you least expect them.
- Covers the number one product of its kind, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
- Offers a quick-access reference for your day-to-day administration of Exchange Server 2010
- Includes thumb tabs, secondary and tertiary tables of contents, and special heading treatments to provide quick and easy lookup, as well as quick-reference tables, lists, and step-by-step instruction to provide Exchange administrators answers on the spot
Keep this helpful, handy guide within easy reach.
All your Exchange Server 2010 questions answered—on the spot!
If you need quick answers as you administer Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, keep this indispensable guide on hand. Designed for busy IT professionals, it's the perfect go-to resource. You'll find easy-to-read lists, quick-reference tables, helpful thumb tabs, and much more in a handy, compact format that puts what you need at your fingertips, fast.
Planning, installing, and deploying Exchange Server 2010
Using the various Exchange management tools
Understanding and using PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell
Managing recipients, client access, message routing, mailbox databases, and public folders
Maintaining reliability and availability
Monitoring performance and setting up and maintaining security
About the Author
Ken St. Cyr, Microsoft Certified Master of Directory Services, Microsoft Certified Master of Advanced Infrastructure, is a Solution Architect for Microsoft. He is an expert in Microsoft's Active Directory and Exchange Server architectures, x.500 compliant directory services, Windows core infrastructure components, Microsoft Lightweight Directory Services (formerly known as ADAM), enterprise disaster recovery and fault tolerance solutions, and enterprise consolidation solutions.
Table of Contents
Part I Getting Started.
1 Deploying Exchange Servers.
2 Using the Exchange Management Console and the Exchange Management Shell.
3 Managing the Organization.
4 Administering Recipients.
5 Managing Client Access.
6 Managing Message Routing.
Part II Managing Exchange Server Roles.
7 Managing Mailbox Databases.
8 Managing Public Folders.
9 Administering Mailbox Content.
10 Maintaining Reliability and Availability.
Part III Mitigating Risk.
11 Monitoring Health and Performance.
12 Securing Exchange Server.