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Exchange Server Training

An Overview

what is Exchange Server 2010 /2013?
what is new in Exchange server 2010 /2013?
what is missing in Exchange Server 2010 /2013 that was available in prior versions?


Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Editions

Services of Exchange Server 2010 /2013
Exchange Server 2010 /2013 and Active directory


Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Architecture

Architectural goals with Exchange Server2010 /2013
Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Hardware Requirements
Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Operating System Requirement
64-Bit Support Only
Graphical Administration Tools
Command-line Administration Tools
Database SizeServer Roles and Permissions


Role based Deployment and Server Roles

Mailbox Server Role
Client Access Server Roles
Hub Transport Server Role
Unified Messaging Server Role
Edge Transport Server Role
HA Improvements
Exchange Server Permissions


Planning and Deploying Exchange Server 2010 /2013

Planning for Exchange Server 2010 /2013
Significant Changes in Exchange Server 2010 /2013
Logical Structure of Active Directory
Active Directory Requirements
Preparing the Active Directory Schema
Preparing the Active Directory
Understanding the AD Forest


Installing Exchange Server 2010 /2013

Preparing the Windows Server 2003
Windows Requirements
Memory Configuration
Disk Configuration
Exchange Prerequisites
Installing Exchange
Performing Post-Installation Tasks
Delegating Permissions


Administering Exchange 2010 /2013 and Installing Anti-virus and Anti-spam

Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange
Server Forefront Security
Securing Communication
Installing the ForefrontLesson 4.2 Administering Exchange 2010 /2013
Understanding the New Administrative Architecture
Installing the Exchange 2010 /2013 Management Tools
Exploring the Exchange Management Console
Exchange management Console Customization
Toolbox Work Center
Finalize Deployment Tip


Module 5 Delegating Administrative Permissions

Delegating Administrative Permissions
Exchange 2010 /2013 Administrative Roles
Exchange 2010 /2013 built-in Administrative Groups
Tuning Your Operating System
Exchange management Shell Primer
Command Syntax
PowerShell vs. Exchange Management Shell
Object Oriented
Filtering Output
Formatting Output
Getting Help


Exchange Organization, Server and Recipient Management

Understanding the Active Directory Configuration Partition
Verifying the Installation of Exchange Server 2010 /2013
Active Directory Configuration Partition
Configuring Administrative Permissions
Adding and Removing Exchange 2010 /2013 Server Roles
Uninstalling Exchange Server 2010 /2013
Managing Recipients Using the Exchange 2010 /2013 Management Console
Managing Recipients
Managing Mailboxes
Creating a User Mailbox
Manipulating Mailboxes in Exchange 2010 /2013
Moving a Mailbox
Enabling Unified Messaging for a Mailbox
Creating a Custom Recipient Management Console


Managing Distribution Groups and Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Server

Managing Distribution Groups
Distribution Groups
Managing Mail Contacts and Mail Users
Creating a Mail Contact
Recipient Filtering in Exchange 2010 /2013
Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Server Role
Managing the Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Server
Exchange 2010 /2013 Storage Groups
Creating a New Storage Group
Moving a Storage Group
Managing Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Databases


Exchange 2010 /2013 Public Folder Database

Configuring a Public Folder
Using a Public Folder
Creating a New Public Folder Database
Administering Public Folder Permissions
Managing Public Folder Replica Settings
Mail Enabling a Public Folder


Managing Address Lists and Client Access Server

Managing Address Lists
Address Lists
Managing Global Address Lists
Creating Global Address Lists
Applying Global Address Lists to Mail Objects
Applying Permissions to Global Address Lists
Managing Address Lists
Managing Offline Address BooksLesson 9.2 Managing the Exchange 2010 /2013 Client Access Server
Client Access Server Role
Managing the Client Access Server
The Auto Discover Service
The Availability Service
SSL Certificate
Managing Outlook Anywhere
Installing a Third party SSL Certificate


Managing Folder Content and Messages in Transit

Understanding the Basics of Messaging records Management
Messaging Records Management
User Participation
Possible Scenarios
Managing Default Folders
Creating and Managing Custom Folders
Managed folder Mailbox Policies
Assigning Managed Folder mailbox Policies to Users
Enabling on the Mailbox Server
Managing Messages in Transit
New Exchange 2010 /2013 Transport Architecture
Setting Up Message Classifications 280
Deploying Message Classifications 282
Setting Up Transport Rules 283
Selecting Conditions and Exceptions 284
Selecting Actions 286
Creating New Rules with the Exchange management Console


Reliability and Availability

Reliability and Availability
Reliability vs. Availability
Scheduled Maintenance
Building a Reliable Platform
Fault Tolerance vs. High Availability
Outlook Local Cached Mode and Perceived Downtime
Building Redundancy
Network Load Balancing
Supporting Infrastructure Redundancy
Clustered Continuous Replication Clusters


Securing Logging, Auditing and Monitoring of Exchange 2010 /2013

Securing Exchange Server 2010 /2013
Exchange Server Security Basics
Message Security Types
Security Configuration Wizard
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) with Exchange
Choosing an Antivirus System
Blocking File Attachments
Implementing Multiple Layers of Protection
Using a Reverse Proxy to protect Web Services
Logging, Auditing and Monitoring Exchange 2010 /2013
Exchange Best Practices Analyzer
Auditing and Logging
Increasing the size of Event Logs
Exchange Diagnostics Logging
Message Tracking
Protocol and Connectivity Logs


Frequenty Asked Questions


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