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Chapter 1: Introduction to Exchange Server 2010
1.2 What's been removed from Exchange Server 2010?
1.3 What's new in Exchange Server 2010?
1.3.2 High Availability
1.3.3 Exchange Core Store functionality
1.3.4 Microsoft Online Services
1.3.5 New administration functionality
1.3.6 Exchange Control Panel
1.3.7 Active Directory Rights Management
1.3.8 Transport and routing
1.3.10 Messaging policy and compliance
1.4 What's new in Service Pack 1
1.4.1 Revised Outlook Web App (OWA) interface
1.4.2 Mailbox archive revisited
1.4.3 Import and Export Mailbox
1.4.4 Management changes in Service Pack 1
1.5 Exchange Server 2010 SP1 and Active Directory
1.5.1 Active Directory partitions
1.5.2 Delegation of control
1.5.3 Active Directory sites
1.6 Exchange Server coexistence
1.7 Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Server Roles
1.7.1 Mailbox Server Role
1.7.2 Client Access Server Role
1.7.3 Hub Transport Server Role
1.7.4 Edge Server Role
1.7.5 Unified Messaging Server Role
Chapter 2: Installing Exchange Server 2010 SP1
2.1 Exchange Pre-Deployment Analyzer
2.2 Installing Exchange Server 2010 SP1 prerequisites
2.3 Performing a typical Exchange Server 2010 install
2.4.4 Install Server Roles
2.5 Check the Exchange installation
2.6 Installing dedicated Server Roles
2.7 Installing the Edge Transport Server
2.7.1 Installing Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services
2.7.2 Installing the Edge Transport Server Role
2.7.3 Configuring Edge Transport Synchronization
2.8 Post-setup configuration
2.8.1 Exchange Server 2010 SP1 license key
2.8.2 Accepted Domains
2.8.3 Email Address Policies
2.8.4 Configure a Send Connector to the Internet
2.8.5 Add a Certificate to the Client Access Server Role
2.8.6 Configure the Client Access Server Role
2.9 Upgrading Exchange Server 2010
Chapter 3: Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Coexistence
3.1 Coexistence with Exchange Server 2003
3.1.2 Administrative Groups are no longer used for delegation of control
3.1.3 Routing Groups are no longer used for routing messages
3.1.4 Link State is no longer used for updating the routing table
3.1.5 Recipient Update Service versus Email Address Policies
3.2 Installing into an existing Exchange Server 2003 environment
3.2.1 Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Order of Installation
3.2.2 Installing Exchange Server 2010 SP1
3.2.3 Finishing the installation
3.2.5 Final Exchange 2003 coexistence notes
3.3 Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007
3.3.1 64-Bit in Exchange Server 2007
3.4 Installing into an existing Exchange Server 2007 environment
3.4.1 Exchange Server 2010 SP1 order of installation
3.4.2 Installing Exchange Server 2010 SP1
3.4.4 Moving Mailboxes to Exchange Server 2010 SP1
Chapter 4: Managing Exchange Server 2010 SP1
4.1 The Exchange Management Shell
4.1.1 Exchange Management Shell help
4.1.3 Bulk user creation in the Exchange Management Shell
4.1.5 Reporting with the Exchange Management Shell
4.2 The Exchange Management Console
4.2.1 PowerShell and the EMC
4.2.2 Evolution of the Exchange Management Console
4.3 The Exchange Control Panel (ECP)
4.4 Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
4.5 Archiving and Compliancy
4.5.1 Exchange 2010 Archiving
4.5.2 Messaging Records Management
4.5.3 Discovery search functionality
Chapter 5: High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 SP1
5.2 Exchange Server Database Technologies
5.2.1 Extensible Storage Engine
5.3.1 Exchange database replication
5.3.2 Database Availability Group and Continuous Replication
5.3.4 Configuring a Database Availability Group
5.3.5 Managing database copies
5.3.6 Lagged copies in a DAG
5.4 High Availability on Other Server Roles
5.4.1 Hub Transport Servers
5.4.2 Client Access Servers
6.1.3 Outlook Voice Access
6.2 Unified Messaging Server Role Terminology
6.3 Installing the UM Server Role
6.3.1 Installing additional language packs
6.4 Configuring the UM Server Role
6.4.5 Configuring the actual UM Server
6.5 UM Enabling Mailboxes
7.1.2 Baseline Security Analyzer
7.1.3 Patching your Exchange Servers
7.1.4 Certificates or Public Key infrastructure
7.2.2 Reverse Proxy by using TMG
7.3.1 Connection filtering
7.3.3 Recipient filtering
7.3.4 Sender ID filtering
7.3.7 Attachment filtering
7.3.8 Anti-spam on the Hub Transport Server
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eBook Exchange Server 2010 2nd Ed

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