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Enable the Global Audit Policy by Using the Command Line
To enable the global audit policy by using the command line, perform the following steps
Enable the Global Audit Policy by Using the Windows Interface
To enable the global audit policy by using the Windows interface, perform the following stepsour programmable objects.
Exchange Server 2007 : Modify Recipient Configuration Modify
By default, Exchange displays the recipient scope from the domain-level perspective. If you alter the scope, you change the set of recipients displayed.
Managing an Exchange Server 2003 Cluster
Once you have installed Exchange Server 2003 on a Windows Server 2003 cluster, there are additional administrative tasks to perform in order to create the Exchange Server 2003 virtual server.
Installing Exchange Server 2003 in a Clustered Environment
Clustering servers is one of the most common techniques for providing hardware and software redundancy for an application such as Exchange Server 2003.
Configuring Exchange Server 2003 to Coexist with X.400-Compliant Messaging Systems
There are two primary messaging standards in use for transporting e-mail between foreign messaging systems. The most popular is SMTP, which most people are familiar with. The other is X.400, which is less used in the United States but is prevalent in Europe and Canada.
Configuring Exchange Server 2003 to Coexist with Lotus Notes
One of the more common non-Microsoft messaging systems in use is Lotus Notes. Exchange Server 2003 includes a Connector for Lotus Notes that allows synchronization between the two messaging systems.
Troubleshooting Connectivity Between Active Directory and Exchange Server 5.5
When you merge multiple directories, the possibility exists that you will encounter duplicate accounts. To handle this situation, Exchange Server 2003 comes with the Active Directory Account Cleanup Wizard (ADclean.exe).
Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 : Configure Directory Synchronization Using ADC Tools
To configure the ADC using ADC Tools, perform the following steps
Connecting Exchange Server 5.5 to Active Directory
As stated previously, because Exchange Server 5.5 was designed to run in the non-directory Windows NT 4 environment, it has its own directory and no way of communicating with Active Directory.
Exchange Server 2007 : Configuring Cluster Services with Server 2008
Some people might wonder whether it is better to use Server 2008 over Server 2003. This is logically true. There are enhancements with the clustering services, now called Failover Clustering, that can assist you in creating a more stable and secure cluster for CCR
Exchange Server 2007 : Configuring Cluster Services with Server 2003
CCR uses the same continuous replication technology that we see in LCR; however, it performs the failover automatically. It does this through cluster services that we have to install and configure.
Exchange server 2010 : Designing and Implementing Messaging Records Management (part 2)
A mailbox can be placed on retention hold when the user is absent for an extended period of time with no access to e-mail; this retention hold can be indefinite, or have scheduled start and stop dates and times.
Exchange server 2010 : Designing and Implementing Messaging Records Management (part 1)
The e-mail compliance capabilities introduced in Exchange Server 2007 and built on in Exchange Server 2010 are focused on regulatory compliance and legal discovery.
Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Infrastructure : Front-End and Back-End Servers
Having a front-end and back-end architecture allows you to manage Internet access protocols on a server that is separate from servers where mailbox and public folder stores are located.
Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Infrastructure : Mixed Mode and Native Mode
An Exchange Server 2003 organization can operate in one of two modes: native mode or mixed mode. Native mode offers full Exchange Server 2003 functionality, while mixed mode offers limited Exchange Server 2003 functionality but the benefit of interoperability between Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 5.5
Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Infrastructure : Administrative and Routing Groups
Versions of Exchange Server prior to Exchange 2000 Server used the concept of sites, which defined the administrative and routing topology for an Exchange organization. Sites are familiar to administrators who have worked with Active Directory directory service, and the concept is very similar in defining the physical infrastructure of the organization.
Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Infrastructure : Post-Installation Considerations
Several new services are installed as part of the Exchange Server 2003 installation process. Figure 1 shows these services and their default configuration for Startup Type, the account the services Log On As, and the current state of the service (started or stopped).
Exchange Server 2010 : Troubleshooting Methodology
Troubleshooting is part art and part science. This section presents one possible method to troubleshoot issues, but it is not necessarily the only approach you can take. The goal of troubleshooting is to quickly resolve the issue and find the root cause whenever possible
Exchange 2007 : Enable Local Continuous Replication
Remember, to implement LCR you can only have one database per storage group. You want to make sure you certainly have sufficient disk space for your LCR copy. You can implement LCR in one of two ways—either during the creation of the storage group or afterward.
Exchange 2007 : Choose a High Availability Solution
High availability comes into play as a term in the Exchange world in absolute measurements of uptime that you strive for or offer to others when implementing a strategy.
Exchange Server 2010 : Planning for Messaging Security
Secure messaging in Exchange 2010 can be separated into three levels: network-based, session (or SMTP)–based, and client-based. It is important to understand at what level you want to implement protection.
Exchange Server 2010 : Antivirus Considerations
Besides planning for anti-spam, you need also to consider protecting your Exchange organization from viruses or other dangerous software applications.
Exchange Server 2007: Examine Your Hardware Needs for Unified Messaging
The diagram shows that your company has multiple ways for users to access their mail from external sources. The method for external access to the UM server is through a PBX (through a VoIP Gateway) or an IP-PBX.
Exchange Server 2007: Envision Unified Messaging Within Your Environment
First, Unified Messaging in Exchange 2007 unifies voicemail and incoming faxes with your email services. It sounds easy, but consider that voicemail and faxes are typically analog services whereas email services are digital, and Exchange administrators traditionally are more aware of the digital side.
Exchange 2007: Manage Public Folder Databases
To accomplish the creation of a new Public Folder database, perform the following
Exchange 2007: How and Why Do I Monitor Online Defragmentation?
The answer is through the Event Viewer and Performance Monitor. You need to enable certain counters in the Registry.
Exchange 2007: How Do I Modify the Messages That Are Sent When Certain Quotas Are Reached?
It would be nice if you could type these in easily in the EMC, but unfortunately, these are some of the features they left for the EMS.
Exchange 2007: How Do I Modify a Database Size Limit?
First, Microsoft doesn’t mind if you make this change (although it encourages you to be careful editing your Registry). In fact, Microsoft tells us how to do it in the TechNet Center.
Exchange Server 2007 : Manage MB Database Properties
To understand the various settings within the properties of a mailbox database, we are going to break it down into tabs and sections as follows
 
 
 
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