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Exchange 2003 Interview Queation and Answear

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Exchange 2003Interview questionsand answers – part2
Posted on February 1st, 2009 in
Excahnge 2003
by Gil Kreslavsky
Your webmaster search is: exchangeserver 2003 interview questions andanswers
What is Exchange 2003Forestprep?
Exchange 2003 Forestprep extendsthe
schema to include Exchangespecific information.02
What is Exchange 2003Domainprep?
Exchange 2003 Domainprep createsthe groups and permissionsnecessary for Exchange servers toread and modify user attributes.03
What is a DC?
A DC is a Windows 2000 or 2003Domain Controller that holds activedirectory partitions for a domain(used for things like userauthentication).04
What is a GC?
A GC is a Global Catalog Server. AGC holds a full set of attributes forthe domain in which it resides and asubset of attributes for all objectsin the Active Directory Forest.05
What is DDNS and why do I needit?
Dynamic DNS (described in RFC
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 2136) allows servers to dynamicallyupdate and create records in DNS.Dynamic DNS is used by theExchange server to create serverrecords and other entries used bythe Exchange Servers for things likemessage routing. In a simpleExchange organization, DDNS is notstrictly necessary, but makesadministration much easier.06
What is a border server?
A border server is an Exchangeserver that communicates withexternal servers. In a single serverorganization, your server is bydefault a border server. In a multi-server configuration, you may haveone or more dedicated servers thatcommunicate directly or indirectlywith foreign servers and then passthe mail to other internal Exchangeservers.07
What is a mixed mode Exchangeenvironment?
An Exchange environment whichcontains Exchange 2003 or Exchange2000 and Exchange 5.5 servers.08
How does an Exchange 5.5 sitecompare to an Exchange 2003Routing Group or AdministrativeGroup?
In a mixed mode Exchangeenvironment the Exchange 2003Administrative Group and RoutingGroup correspond to the Exchange5.5 site. In a native Exchange 2000environment, the AdministrativeGroup is a group of Exchangeobjects sharing a common set of permissions and routing groupsdefine how those serverscommunicate with one another. Asingle Administrative Group cancontain several Routing Groups.Example: Your North AmericanExchange servers might be groupedin a single Administrative Group, butsubdivided into several RoutingGroups to optimize interserver 
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communication. An AdministrativeGroup contains zero or more RoutingGroups.
09Where’s the Instant MessagingServer?
The Exchange Instant MessagingService is being replaced by the
Office Real-TimeCommunications (RTC) server. It isno longer a component of theExchange Server. For moreinformation, see
What is OMA?
Outlook Mobile Access and ExchangeServer ActiveSync features, formerlyfound in
MobileInformation Server 2002, are nowbuilt-in with all Exchange
Standard installations.Complementing the
Outlook 2003
and Outlook Web Access mobileimprovements, Outlook MobileAccess and Exchange ServerActiveSync help enable securecorporate e-mail on a range of mobile devices includingbrowser-based mobile phones,
Windows Powered PocketPC, and
WindowsPowered Smartphone devices.Adding this functionality to the coreExchange
Server 2003
productreduces the need to deployadditional mobile server products inthe corporate environment, thuslowering the total cost of ownership.11
Why should I go to Exchange 2003now?
There are several reasons. A feware:1. Opportunity for ServerConsolidation From Exchange 5.5and Exchange 2000 because you can 
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