Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 24seven doesn't try to take you back to square one. Instead, it builds on the knowledge you've already earned. Expert Jim McBee with assistance from Barry Gerber delivers targeted instruction and inside tips that will help you follow the best practices established by successful Exchange organizations across a wide range of industries. This is also a great way to make a smooth transition to the latest release of Exchange Server.
Coverage includes:Getting your Exchange installation right the first time Managing interactions with Active Directory Understanding Exchange data storage Preventing and recovering from disasters Administering daily operations Customizing Exchange Optimizing performance Achieving higher availability Isolating and solving common Exchange problems Troubleshooting SMTP and DNS problems Improving security against viruses and worms Securing clients Deploying and customizing Outlook web access Supporting mobile clients
Starting where documentation, training courses, and other books leave off, McBee offers targeted instruction, practical advice, and insider tips. He covers security, connectivity, anti-spam protection, disaster recovery, and troubleshooting using an informational and common sense approach that will save you time, improve efficiency, and optimize your day-to-day operations.
You'll find:What you need to know about Exchange Server 2003 data storage and security. Real-world scenarios that focus on practical applications. Advice for managing interactions with Active Directory. Updates on mobile e-mail, including seamless Direct Push technologies, and enhancements to device security. The latest protections against spam, including updated Exchange Intelligent Message Filter and new support for Sender ID e-mail authentication. Deployment guidelines for Outlook Web Access. Information on what it takes to support POP3 and IMAP4 clients in the field.
Part of the In the Field Results series. This series provides seasoned systems administrators with advanced tools, knowledge, and real-world skills to use on the job. Going beyond what the standard documentation or classroom training provides, these practical guides address the real situations IT professionals face every day, offering streamlined solutions to improve productivity.
Written to build on the knowledge you already have. Inside, Exchange Server expert Jim McBee delivers the targeted instruction and inside tips you need to get the most out of your Exchange Server implementation. Coverage includes:Managing Exchange 2000 features in Active Directory Choosing the correct approach to migration Restricting server access Scaling Exchange Server to meet your organization's needs Detecting problems affecting uptime and mail delivery Performing backup and disaster recovery procedures Managing Exchange 2000 database operations Implementing an Exchange 2000 cluster Creating a public folder infrastructure Understanding message routing and designing routing groups Implementing and troubleshooting Internet clients
24seven: The Advanced Information You Can't Find Anywhere Else
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