Learning Exchange Server 2003 (Microsoft Windows Server System Series)
  • Learning Exchange Server 2003 (Microsoft Windows Server System Series)
  • Learning Exchange Server 2003 (Microsoft Windows Server System Series)

Learning Exchange Server 2003 (Microsoft Windows Server System Series)

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by William Boswell
     
 

ISBN-10: 032122874X

ISBN-13: 9780321228741

Pub. Date: 09/28/2004

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

Learning Exchange Server 2003

Bill Boswell

· Exchange Server 2003 for working administrators

· Maximizing performance, reliability, and business value

· Integrating Exchange into your overall IT infrastructure

· Contains detailed process analyses and dozens of how-to diagrams

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Learning Exchange Server 2003

Bill Boswell

· Exchange Server 2003 for working administrators

· Maximizing performance, reliability, and business value

· Integrating Exchange into your overall IT infrastructure

· Contains detailed process analyses and dozens of how-to diagrams

· Migrating from legacy versions of Exchange

· Reviewed by Exchange MVPs and approved for technical accuracy by Microsoft

Real-world Exchange 2003 deployment and management for working administrators

working administrators whose responsibilities now include Exchange Server 2003. He addresses every facet of Exchange from architecture to address lists, answering three key questions: How does it work? How do I get the most out of it? How do I fix it if it breaks?

some books, this one recognizes that you’re deploying Exchange in the context of a complex IT infrastructure. Boswell thoroughly discusses Exchange’s key dependencies and connections, and offers detailed process analyses¿complete with diagrams and step-by-step integration guidance. You’ll learn exactly what you need to know to make Exchange work seamlessly with Outlook--and with other email clients. Boswell even introduces third-party administration tools that work when Microsoft’s don’t.

you can rely on this book. It was written by one of the world’s leading Exchange and Windows Server consultants, then reviewed by Microsoft Exchange MVPs, and approved by Microsoft itself for technical accuracy.

· Getting up-to-speed on an Exchange system you’ve inherited

· Migrating from legacy versions of Exchange

· Ensuring service continuity in any environment--from small business to Fortune®-class enterprise

· Designing Exchange Server 2003 for maximum performance

· Deploying distributed Exchange architectures

· Implementing security best practices to prevent system compromise

· Managing storage, mailboxes, message routing, public folders, distribution lists, and more

· Troubleshooting Exchange: isolating and correcting a wide range of Exchange problems

· Includes step-by-step procedures and lab exercises for testing and production deployment

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780321228741
Publisher:
Addison-Wesley
Publication date:
09/28/2004
Series:
Microsoft Windows Server System Series
Pages:
807
Product dimensions:
6.96(w) x 9.24(h) x 1.51(d)

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1Installing an Exchange 2003 server1
Ch. 2Understanding and using messaging protocols67
Ch. 3Exchange 2003 service architecture131
Ch. 4Managing Exchange 2003 servers149
Ch. 5Managing recipients and distribution lists203
Ch. 6Publishing address lists285
Ch. 7Managing storage and mailboxes305
Ch. 8Message routing361
Ch. 9Outlook Web access409
Ch. 10Managing public folders459
Ch. 11Deploying a distributed architecture501
Ch. 12Migrating from Legacy Exchange539
Ch. 13Service continuity619
App. ABuilding a stable Exchange 2003 deployment infrastructure705
App. BLegacy Exchange operation755
App. CDetailed deployment log contents769

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Learning Exchange Server 2003 (Microsoft Windows Server System Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Email is one of the core functionalities of a computer network. If those computers are running Microsoft operating systems, then Exchange Server 2003 often handles the mail. Due to the crucial nature of email, the book shows how Microsoft has built up a lot of capabilities into it. The book assumes that you are the sysadmin delegated to setting up and running it. So there are lengthy but necessary explanations about the message formats. In the header and body. You can see the difference between bodies written in plain text, HTML or Rich Text Format. Though the latter is mostly supported only by Microsoft, and has gained relatively little traction elsewhere. Despite what the book says about RTF, you can often safely ignore it. Just concentrate on understanding the other two. You will probably have to maintain distribution lists of your local users. The book gives elaborate GUIs built to simplify this work. Much fancier than editing files like /etc/aliases under unix. The book also teaches a lot about how SMTP is handled by ES2003. Plus, it gives a good discussion about current antispam and antivirus filters. The level of detail about the antispam filters is concise and understandable, and is a fair summary of the main methods currently deployed.