Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner's Guide 2 9780071486392 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Support a Seamless Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Messaging Environment Get started using Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 quickly with help from this easy-to-follow resource. Using screenshots and step-by-step instructions, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner's Guide shows you how to set up Exchange Server, migrate from earlier releases, manage recipients, and administer storage. You'll learn how to integrate with Outlook, support mobile users, handle backup and recovery, and implement security measures. The latest monitoring and reporting tools, performance enhancement techniques, and regulatory compliance procedures are also covered. Install and configure Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or migrate from earlier versions Create and manage recipients, mailboxes, and public folders Administer storage groups and databases Integrate seamlessly with Outlook 2007 Support remote users with Outlook Web Access, Outlook Anywhere, Outlook Voice Access, and Active Sync Monitor, administer, and optimize your system using the Exchange Management Console Back up and recover Exchange databases Take advantage of the Exchange Management Shell capabilities
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner's Guide

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner's Guide

2nd Edition
By Nick Cavalancia
ISBN10: 0071486399
ISBN13: 9780071486392
Copyright: 2008

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ISBN10: 0071486399 | ISBN13: 9780071486392



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Program Details

Part 1 - Migration and Deployment

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Exchange Server 2007

Chapter 2 -- Installing Exchange Server 2007

Part II – Administration

Chapter 3 - Creating and Managing Recipients

Chapter 4 - Creating and Managing Public Folders

Chapter 5 - Administering Storage

Chapter 6 - Managing Hub Transport Servers

Chapter 7 - Managing Unified Messaging Servers

Chapter 8 - Managing Client Access Servers

Chapter 9 - Managing Edge Transport Servers

Part III – Administering Clients

Chapter 10 - Administering Exchange Server 2007 Clients

Chapter 11 -Administering Mobile Clients

Part IV – Advanced Administration

Chapter 12 - Securing Exchange Server 2007

Chapter 13 - Scripting Exchange Server 2007 Administration

Chapter 14 - Monitoring Exchange Server 2007

Chapter 15 - Backup & Recovery

Chapter 16 - Performance Tuning Exchange Server 2007

Chapter 17 - Exchange and Regulatory Compliance

About the Author

Nick Cavalancia

Nick Cavalancia, MCSE, MCT, MCNE, MCNI, is an accomplished consultant, trainer, author, columnist, and speaker and has been in the IT industry for over 15 years, having designed Exchange environments for some of the most well-known companies today. He has contributed to over a dozen books on topics such as Windows, Active Directory, SQL Server and Exchange, and is the coauthor of Exchange 2000 Server Administration: A Beginner's Guide and Exchange 2000 Server: The Complete Reference. Nick currently serves as Vice President of Product Marketing for ScriptLogic Corporation, where he assists in driving innovation and leads the evangelism of ScriptLogic solutions.