Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administrators Pocket Consultant

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Here’s the utterly practical, pocket-sized reference for IT professionals who support Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, now updated for the new features in Service Pack 1 (SP1). This unique guide provides essential details for using this next-generation messaging and collaboration platform to deliver better performance, interoperability, and end-user experience. Written by award-winning author and technology expert William Stanek, this POCKET CONSULTANT puts expert advice for installation, migration, ...

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Here’s the utterly practical, pocket-sized reference for IT professionals who support Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, now updated for the new features in Service Pack 1 (SP1). This unique guide provides essential details for using this next-generation messaging and collaboration platform to deliver better performance, interoperability, and end-user experience. Written by award-winning author and technology expert William Stanek, this POCKET CONSULTANT puts expert advice for installation, migration, administration, and troubleshooting right at your fingertips. Featuring quick-reference tables, concise lists, and step-by-step instructions, this handy, one-stop guide provides fast, accurate answers on the spot—whether you’re at your desk or in the field!

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This is a quick, practical, in-the-trenches guide to running Exchange Server 2007 on a day-to-day basis. Sound like something that would come in handy? Better believe it.

Author William Stanek has earned Microsoft's coveted MVP award for expertise in Windows servers (and his commitment to sharing that knowledge). As editor of Microsoft's Administrator's Pocket Consultant series, he's also become a leading expert in distilling technical knowledge for IT pros. It's remarkable how much useful stuff he's squeezed into these 500 pages.

If you want to get quick results with Exchange's new management shell, Stanek shows you how. You'll find focused, step-by-step walkthroughs for managing contacts, mailboxes, and users -- including a full chapter on mobile messaging. Need to tweak server permissions (or storage groups, or public folders) right now? Turn here.

This book's replete with sample commands, reference tables, and real-world tips. Why wouldn't you want it? Bill Camarda, from the April 2007 Read Only

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735625860
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 5/10/2008
  • Series: Pocket Consultant Series
  • Edition description: 2nd ed.
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

William R. Stanek has over 20 years of hands-on experience with advanced programming and development. He has written nearly 100 books including: Microsoft Windows Vista Administrator's Pocket Consultant, Windows Server 2008 Inside Out, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administrator's Pocket Consultant 2nd Edition, and Microsoft IIS 7.0 Administrator's Pocket Consultant (all from Microsoft Press). He also wrote MCSE Core Exams in a Nutshell and Windows Vista: The Definitive Guide for O'Reilly.

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Table of Contents

Who Is This Book For?;
How Is This Book Organized?;
Conventions Used in This Book;
Part I: Exchange Server 2007 Administration Overview;
Chapter 1: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administration Overview;
1.1 Exchange Server 2007 and Your Hardware;
1.2 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Editions;
1.3 Exchange Server and Windows;
1.4 Exchange Server and Active Directory;
1.5 Using the Graphical Administration Tools;
1.6 Using the Command-Line Administration Tools;
Chapter 2: Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2007;
2.1 Exchange Server Messaging Roles;
2.2 Integrating Exchange Server Roles with Active Directory;
2.3 Integrating Exchange Server 2007 into Existing Exchange Organizations;
2.4 Running and Modifying Exchange Server 2007 Setup;
Chapter 3: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Clients;
3.1 Configuring Mail Support for Outlook 2007 and Windows Mail;
3.2 Leaving Mail on the Server with POP3;
3.3 Checking Private and Public Folders with IMAP4 and UNIX Mail Servers;
3.4 Managing the Exchange Server Service in Outlook 2007;
3.5 Using Mail Profiles to Customize the Mail Environment;
Chapter 4: Managing Mobile Messaging Users;
4.1 Mastering Outlook Web Access Essentials;
4.2 Mastering Mobile Device and Wireless Access Essentials;
4.3 Mastering Remote Mail and Outlook Anywhere Essentials;
Part II: Exchange Server 2007 Administration Essentials;
Chapter 5: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administration Essentials;
5.1 Validating the Exchange Server Licensing;
5.2 Understanding Exchange Server 2007 Organizations;
5.3 Understanding Data Storage in Exchange Server 2007;
5.4 Using and Managing Exchange Server Services;
Chapter 6: Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server with Exchange Management Shell;
6.1 Using the Windows PowerShell;
6.2 Running and Using Cmdlets;
6.3 Running and Using Other Commands and Utilities;
6.4 Working with Cmdlets;
6.5 Using the Exchange Management Shell;
6.6 Working with Exchange Cmdlets;
Chapter 7: User and Contact Administration;
7.1 Understanding Users and Contacts;
7.2 Understanding the Basics of E-mail Routing;
7.3 Managing User Accounts and Mail Features;
7.4 Managing Contacts;
Chapter 8: Mailbox Administration;
8.1 Creating Special-Purpose Mailboxes;
8.2 Managing Mailboxes: The Essentials;
8.3 Moving Mailboxes;
8.4 Configuring Mailbox Delivery Restrictions, Permissions, and Storage Limits;
Chapter 9: Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists;
9.1 Using Security and Distribution Groups;
9.2 Working with Security and Standard Distribution Groups;
9.3 Working with Dynamic Distribution Groups;
9.4 Other Essential Tasks for Managing Groups;
9.5 Managing Online Address Lists;
9.6 Managing Offline Address Books;
Chapter 10: Implementing Exchange Server 2007 Security;
10.1 Controlling Exchange Server Administration and Permissions;
10.2 Adding Exchange Administrator Permissions in the Exchange Management Console;
10.3 Auditing Exchange Server Usage;
Part III: Server and Group Administration;
Chapter 11: Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Data and Storage Groups;
11.1 Navigating the Information Store;
11.2 Controlling the Information Store;
11.3 Content Indexing;
Chapter 12: Mailbox and Public Folder Database Administration;
12.1 Using Mailbox Databases;
12.2 Using Public Folder Databases;
12.3 Managing Databases;
Chapter 13: Implementing Managed Folders and Managed Records;
13.1 Introducing Messaging Records Management;
13.2 Implementing Records Management;
Chapter 14: Accessing and Managing Public Folders;
14.1 Accessing Public Folders;
14.2 Creating and Working with Public Folders;
14.3 Managing Public Folder Settings;
Chapter 15: Managing Hub Transport and Edge Transport Servers;
15.1 Working with SMTP Connectors, Sites, and Links;
15.2 Completing Transport Server Setup;
15.3 Managing Message Pickup and Replay;
15.4 Creating and Managing Accepted Domains;
15.5 Creating and Managing E-mail Address Policies;
15.6 Creating and Managing Remote Domains;
15.7 Configuring Antispam and Message Filtering Options;
Chapter 16: Managing Client Access Servers;
16.1 Managing Web and Mobile Access;
16.2 Configuring POP3 and IMAP4;
16.3 Deploying Outlook Anywhere;
16.4 Managing Exchange Server Features for Mobile Devices;
Part IV: Exchange Server 2007 Optimization and Maintenance;
Chapter 17: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Maintenance, Monitoring, and Queuing;
17.1 Understanding Troubleshooting Basics;
17.2 Performing Tracking and Logging Activities in the Organization;
17.3 Monitoring Events, Services, Servers, and Resource Usage;
17.4 Working with Queues;
17.5 Managing Queues;
Chapter 18: Backing Up and Restoring Microsoft Exchange Server 2007;
18.1 Understanding the Essentials of Exchange Server Availability, Backup, and Recovery;
18.2 Performing Backup and Recovery on Windows Server 2003;
18.3 Performing Backup and Recovery on Windows Server 2008;
18.4 Restoring Mailboxes Selectively from Backup;
18.5 Performing Additional Backup and Recovery Tasks;

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2007

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    William Stanek has been my favorite tech author for many years now. Ever since starting with Windows NT Pocket Consultant in 1999, I've been hooked. He packs more into his books than any one. It's always clear and to the point, and it's one of the reasons his books are my favorites. With almost 17 years of Win experience under my belt, I got this book to sharpen up on the newest version of Exchange. The stuff in here is amazing. I've learned a lot of new tricks from this book. Nothing escapes his eye, every section clears up something or gives expert insights in ways i wouldn't have thought of myself. I would highly recommend this book to anyone upgrading from previous versions and any current administrators. For day to day work it can't be beat. Great work, William !

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