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Exchange Server 2007 : Modify Recipient Configuration
By default, Exchange displays the recipient scope from the domain-level perspective. If you alter the scope, you change the set of recipients displayed.
Work with the EMC and the Exchange Management Shell
Let’s review the interface options of the EMC and the command syntax behind the EMS.
Exchange 2007 : Perform a Mailbox Active/Passive Installation
It’s not so much that the installation of the Active and Passive Mailbox servers is any different from other installations we’ve performed. Rather, you must consider the preparation before you install these two.
Exchange 2007 : Install an Edge Transport Server
Because the server with the Edge Transport role doesn’t have access to the internal AD, configuration and recipient information is stored within the Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) directory service (on pre-2008 Servers) and Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) on a server that runs 2008.
Using Exchange 2007 as a Public Folder Replica
For starters, on your Mailbox Server, you need to ensure a Public Folder database is installed. If, during the installation, you indicated that there were legacy clients in your environment, the Public Folder store would have been added automatically.
Exchange 2003 : Moving Over Mailboxes
To begin with, note that all users on Exchange 2000/2003 Mailbox Servers are easily located within the Exchange Management Console.
Install Exchange 2007 : Perform a Custom Installation
Following all of the same prerequisite rules for installing any Exchange 2007 server, you begin the installation in the same way you would the Typical installation, by performing the following
Install Exchange 2007 : Perform a Typical Installation of Roles
Assuming the installation of the .NET Framework, the 3.0 MMC Console and Windows PowerShell are taken care of when you place the DVD into the machine. or begin the installation from a mounted ISO file and the installation wizard begins
Perform a Readiness Check Using the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer
Using the Best Practices Analyzer after Exchange is installed is simple because it is located in your Toolbox within your Exchange Management Console (EMC). However, on a system that doesn’t have Exchange, you need to download and install the tool.
Exchange 2007: Plan Your Exchange Storage Architecture
Let’s take a look at how a message is handled by the Mailbox Server in terms of storage groups, databases, and transaction logs.
Exchange 2007: Choose the Right Hardware for the Role
The solution begins with the processor. You then need to determine memory and hard disk needs per role. The interesting thing is that you might already have a system in place that you can use for your Exchange Server.
Exchange Server 2007: Enable UM Users
To enable a user’s mailbox with Unified Messaging, perform the following
Exchange Server 2007: Configure a Unified Messaging Server - Configure the Auto Attendant
The Auto Attendant is helpful as a guide for users that call. Often you might find that when you call automated systems, the Auto Attendant is not helpful. The reason is that you ultimately want to speak to a human and feel the Auto Attendant is acting as a barrier to your ultimate goal.
Exchange Server 2007: Configure a Unified Messaging Server - Configure the UM Mailbox Policy
With the creation of the UM dial plan, you also have a UM mailbox policy created and associated with that plan. You can create new policies, or you can configure the one you already have created.
Exchange Server 2007: Configure a Unified Messaging Server - Create a UM IP Gateway
Although the dial plan might represent the logical grouping of users within Active Directory, the UM IP Gateway represents the actual, physical connection between the Unified Messaging server and the physical gateway (IP-PBX or IP Gateway)
Exchange Server 2007: Configure a Unified Messaging Server
There is actually a method or pattern to the configuration process, and we are going to walk you through each set of steps. Obviously, certain choices are your decision based upon your particular environment.
Exchange Server 2010 : Planning for Anti-Spam (part 3)
The Content Filter agent uses SmartScreen technology to analyze the content of every message and evaluate whether it is spam.
Exchange Server 2010 : Planning for Anti-Spam (part 2)
Connection filtering inspects the IP address of the remote server that is trying to send the message to determine what action to take on an inbound message. If a specific server is found on the IP Allow list or on the list of an IP Allow list provider, the message is not scanned anymore but directly marked as not spam.
Exchange Server 2010 : Planning for Anti-Spam (part 1)
Planning for anti-spam to reduce the massive number of spam messages that circulate nowadays through the Internet has become one of the most important tasks of message administrators.
Exchange Server 2010 : Edge Transport and Messaging Security (part 2) - Edge Transport Configurations
This section describes Edge Transport configurations that you should consider when planning for this server role: cloned configuration, delivery status notifications, header firewall, and address rewriting.
Exchange Server 2010 : Edge Transport and Messaging Security (part 1)
The Edge Transport server role in Exchange Server 2010 provides a secure SMTP gateway for all incoming and outgoing e-mail in an organization. As an SMTP gateway, the Edge Transport server's primary role is to maintain message hygiene, which includes anti-spam and antivirus filtering.
Exchange Mailbox Services Architecture
A database schema is the definition of how the data is stored in the database file. As shown in Table 1, in all earlier versions of Exchange Server, each database has a mailbox, folder, message, and attachment table.
Message Routing in Exchange 2010 (part 4) - Planning and Configuring Your SMTP Namespace
Another important aspect is to plan and configure an SMTP namespace. The SMTP message protocol is the internal message protocol of Exchange 2010. Thus, you identify an Exchange organization by its primary SMTP namespace
Message Routing in Exchange 2010 (part 3) - Planning Message Routing to the Organization Perimeter
These types of connectors can be configured on Hub Transport and Edge Transport servers. Connectors can be configured using the Exchange Management Console, but many more details are available when using the Exchange Management Shell.
Message Routing in Exchange 2010 (part 2) - Reviewing and Configuring Message Routing Between Active Directory Sites
Hub Transport servers route messages to other Hub Transport servers based on the Active Directory site and site link topology. Therefore, for Exchange 2010 to work correctly, it is crucial that the Active Directory topology does not cause any negative effects on message routing or Exchange servers.
Message Routing in Exchange 2010 (part 1) - Message Routing within an Exchange Organization
In Exchange versions prior to 2007 you defined message routing inside an Exchange organization by using routing groups and routing group connectors. Exchange Server 2007 introduced changes to internal message routing that are still valid for Exchange 2010
Exchange 2010 : Understanding Transport Agents
Transport agents allow you to install custom software on a Hub or Edge Transport server role in Exchange Server 2010. Based on an action when a message flows through the transport pipeline, the software then can process messages
Exchange Transport Server Architecture (part 2)
Exchange Server 2010 installs various Windows services so that Exchange can automatically run during startup and does not depend on administrative interaction. In most situations you do not need to consider their purpose because they are configured automatically during Exchange 2010 setup
Exchange Transport Server Architecture (part 1)
The Exchange Transport Server architecture includes several areas whose interdependence and configuration options you should understand.
Client Access Server Architecture in Exchange 2010 (part 4)
The Exchange Control Panel (ECP) is a completely new Web application. For end users, it provides a way to configure mail options, as shown in Figure 8. ECP is not only used seamlessly with OWA, but it is also used in Outlook 2010 when a user manages voicemail options.
 
 
 
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