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|Microsoft Exam 70-284|
|Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
|Skills measured by exam 70-284|
|Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2003|
|Prepare the environment for deployment of Exchange Server 2003|
|Install, configure, and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2003|
|Install, configure, and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2003 in a clustered environment|
|Upgrade from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003|
|Migrate from other messaging
systems to Exchange Server 2003
|Configure and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2003 for coexistence with other Exchange organizations|
|Configure and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2003 for coexistence with other messaging systems|
|Configure and troubleshoot Exchange Server 2003 for interoperability with other SMTP messaging systems|
|Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Computers|
|Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot server health|
|Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot data storage|
|Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot Exchange Server clusters|
|Perform and troubleshoot backups and recovery|
|Remove an Exchange Server computer from the organization|
|Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization|
|Manage and troubleshoot public folders|
|Manage and troubleshoot virtual servers|
|Manage and troubleshoot front-end and back-end servers|
|Manage and troubleshoot connectivity|
|Monitor, manage, and troubleshoot infrastructure performance|
|Managing Security in the Exchange Environment|
|Manage and troubleshoot connectivity across firewalls|
|Manage audit settings and audit logs|
|Manage and troubleshoot permissions|
|Manage and troubleshoot encryption and digital signatures|
|Detect and respond to security threats|
|Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists|
|Manage recipient policies|
|Manage user objects|
|Manage distribution and security groups|
|Manage address lists|
|Managing and Monitoring Technologies that Support Exchange Server 2007|
|Diagnose problems arising from host resolution protocols|
|Diagnose problems arising from Active Directory issues|
|Diagnose network connectivity problems|
William R. Stanek (email@example.com) has over 20 years of hands-on experience with advanced programming and development. He is a leading technology expert and an award-winning author. Over the years, his practical advice has helped millions of programmers, developers and network engineers all over the world. He has written over 50 computer books, which are sold all over the world and there are more than 3 million copies of his books in print. Current or forthcoming books include Windows Server 2008 Inside Out, Windows Command-Line Administrator's Pocket Consultant, Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Pocket Consultant 2nd Edition, Windows Server 2008 Administrator's Pocket Consultant, Windows Vista Administrator's Pocket Consultant and IIS 7.0 Administrator's Pocket Consultant.William has been involved in the commercial Internet community since 1991. His core business and technology experience comes from over 11 years of military service. He has substantial experience in developing server technology, encryption, and Internet solutions. He has written many technical white papers and training courses on a wide variety of topics. He is widely sought after as a subject matter expert.
William has an MS in Information Systems degree with distinction and a BS Computer Science degree magna cum laude. He is proud to have served in the Persian Gulf War as a combat crewmember on an electronic warfare aircraft. He flew on numerous combat missions into Iraq and was awarded nine medals for his wartime service, including one of the United States of America's highest flying honors, the Air Force Distinguished Flying Cross. Currently, he resides in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and children.
Speed and ease of reference is an essential part of this hands-on guide. The book has an expanded table of contents and an extensive index for finding answers to problems quickly. Many other quick reference features have been added as well. These features include quick step-by-step instructions, lists, tables with fast facts, and extensive cross-references. The book is broken down into both parts and chapters. Each part contains an opening paragraph or two about the chapters contained in that part.
Part I, “Exchange Server 2007 Administration Fundamentals,” covers the fundamental tasks you need for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 administration. Chapter 1 provides an overview of Exchange Server 2007 administration concepts, tools, and techniques. Chapter 2 covers Exchange client setup and management. Chapter 3 extends the Exchange client discussion and looks at mobile Outlook users as well as Outlook Web Access. With more and more users working on the road or from home, this chapter helps ensure that you can give these mobile users the best support possible.
In Part II, “Active Directory and Exchange Server 2007,” I show you how to manage resources that are stored in the Active Directory database. You'll also learn about the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 features that are integrated with Active Directory services. Chapter 4 examines essential concepts and tasks that you need to know to work with Exchange Server 2007. Chapter 5 takes a look at creating and managing users and contacts. You’ll learn all about Exchange aliases, enabling and disabling exchange mail for individual users, forwarding mail offsite, and more. Chapter 6 discusses mailbox administration, including techniques for configuring, moving and recovering mailboxes. In Chapter 7, you’ll find a detailed discussion of how to use address lists, distribution groups, and templates. You’ll also learn how to manage these resources. The final chapter in this part covers directory security and Exchange policies.
Part III, “Data Store Administration” covers Exchange Server 2007 data store administration. In Chapter 9, you learn how to manage Exchange data and storage groups. Chapter 10 examines administration of mailbox and public folder stores. Chapter 11 looks at how you can use public folders in the enterprise. Finally, chapter 12 details how to back up and restore Exchange server. You’ll learn key techniques that can help you reliably backup and more importantly, recover Exchange server in case of failure.
In Part IV, “Server and Group Administration”, I discuss advanced tasks
for managing and maintaining Exchange organizations. Chapter 13 provides the
essentials for managing servers, administrative groups and routing groups.
You’ll also learn how to configure global settings for the organization.
Chapter 14 explores message routing within the organization. The discussion
starts with a look at the X.400 Message Transfer Agent and X.400 stacks then
goes on to detail how to install and use connectors for routing groups, SMTP
and X.400. Chapter 15 explores tasks for configuring SMTP, IMAP4 and POP3
virtual servers. Chapter 16 covers HTTP virtual servers and also discusses
how they are used with Outlook Web Access and Outlook Mobile Access.
Finally, Chapter 17 discusses Exchange maintenance, monitoring and queuing.
The obligatory copyright statement:
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