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What Will You Learn from This Book?
Who Should Read This Book?
How is This Book Structured?
What Are the Requirements to Complete the Procedures In This Book?
Preparing to Administer Exchange Server 2003
Understanding Exchange Administration Architecture
Interacting with Active Directory
Selecting the Right Management Tools
Working with Exchange System Manager
Working with Active Directory Users and Computers
Performing Exchange Tasks
Managing Exchange in Multiple Domains
Deciding Where to Manage Exchange
Setting Up a Management Station
Using Custom Consoles
Creating Custom Consoles
Automating Administrative Tasks
Managing an Exchange Organization
Promoting an Exchange Organization from Mixed Mode to Native Mode
Applying Global Settings
Associating File Name Extensions with MIME
Selecting Message Delivery and Message Filtering Options
Creating and Managing Administrative Groups
Understanding the Types of Administrative Models
Displaying Administrative Groups
To display administrative groups
Creating Administrative Groups
Moving Objects Between Administrative Groups
Deleting Administrative Groups
Using System Policies
Understanding How System Policies Affect Individual Settings
Creating a Server Policy
To create a server policy
Adding Servers to a Server Policy
To add servers to a server policy
Viewing the Objects Controlled by a System Policy
Configuring Exchange Server Settings
Configuring Server-Specific Settings
Viewing Messages in Message Tracking Center
Enabling Message Tracking
Managing Message Tracking Log Files
Designating a Front-End Server
To designate a front-end server
Sending Error Information to Microsoft
To send error information to Microsoft
Configuring Language Settings
Scheduling Mailbox Manager Processes
Defining a Schedule
Setting Reporting Options
Configuring Diagnostics Logging on a Server
Customizing Public Folder Referrals
Assigning Costs on the Public Folder Referrals List
Understanding Directory Access Options
Understanding Recipients
Understanding Recipient Policies
Managing E-Mail Addresses
Managing Mailboxes Using Mailbox Manager
Creating Recipients
Mailbox-Enabled and Mail-Enabled Recipients
Mail-Enabled Groups
Understanding Query-Based Distribution Groups
Query-Based Distribution Groups Described
How Query-Based Distribution Groups Work
Deployment Recommendations for Query-Based Distribution Groups
Guidelines for Creating Query-Based Distribution Groups
Creating Query-Based Distribution Groups
Combining Multiple Query-Based Distribution Groups
Managing Recipients
Notes for Exchange 5.5 Administrators
Managing Recipients with Recipient Policies
Managing Recipient Settings
Configuring Message Settings for Mailbox-Enabled Recipients
Exchange Advanced Settings for Mailbox-Enabled Recipients
Configuring Message Settings for Mail-Enabled Recipients
Distribution Groups
Understanding Address Lists
Address Lists Described
Creating Address Lists
Configuring Routing for Internal Mail Flow
Understanding Routing Groups
Creating Routing Groups
Moving Servers Between Routing Groups
To move servers between routing groups
Renaming a Routing Group
Deleting a Routing Group
Connecting Routing Groups
Connecting to the Internet
Defining SMTP Dependencies
Configuring SMTP
Using a Wizard to Configure Internet Mail
Manually Configuring the Sending of Internet Mail
Manually Configuring the Receipt of Internet Mail
Enabling Filtering to Control Junk E-Mail Messages
Connecting to Exchange 5.5 Servers and Other X.400 Systems
Customizing the X.400 Protocol
Understanding X.400 Connectors
Disabling or Removing Connectors
Using Queue Viewer to Manage Messages
Disabling Outbound Mail
Finding Messages
Using SMTP Queues to Troubleshoot Message Flow
Using X.400 (MTA) Queues to Troubleshoot Message Flow
Configuring Diagnostic Logging for SMTP
Modifying Logging Settings
Enabling Debugging Level Logging
Configuring Diagnostic Logging for the X.400 Service (MSExchangeMTA)
Starting, Stopping, or Pausing a Virtual Server
Terminating Connected Users
To terminate connected users
Managing Calendaring Options for the POP3 and IMAP4 Virtual Servers
Managing the HTTP Virtual Server
Working with IMAP4-Specific Settings
Configuring NNTP Posting Limits and Moderation Settings
Managing Outlook 2003
Configuring Cached Exchange Mode
Managing Outlook Web Access
Enabling and Disabling Outlook Web Access for Internal Clients Only
Using Browser Language
Setting Up a Logon Page
Enabling Outlook Web Access Compression
Blocking Web Beacons
Blocking Attachments
Filtering Junk E-Mail Messages
Simplifying the Outlook Web Access URL
To simplify the Outlook Web Access URL
Managing Exchange ActiveSync
Enabling Exchange ActiveSync for Your Organization
Enabling Up-to-Date Notifications for Your Organization
To enable up-to-date notifications for your organization
Managing Outlook Mobile Access
Configuring Exchange to Use Outlook Mobile Access
Enabling Outlook Mobile Access for Your Organization
To enable Outlook Mobile Access for your organization
Managing Mailbox Stores and Public Folder Stores
Working with Permissions for Public Folders and Mailboxes
Using Exchange Administrative Roles with Exchange Store Components
Using Mailbox Permissions
Using Public Folder Permissions
Managing Storage Groups and Stores
Configuring Transaction Logs for a Storage Group
Overwriting Deleted Data During Backup
Adding a Storage Group
Mounting or Dismounting Stores
Moving Store Files to a New Directory
Configuring Store Maintenance and Backup Options
Configuring Mailbox Stores
Configuring Public Folder Stores
Managing Mailboxes
Creating a Mailbox
Deleting a Mailbox
Recovering a Mailbox
Moving a Mailbox Within an Administrative Group
Managing Public Folders
Understanding Types of Public Folders
Understanding Public Folder Referrals
Configuring Public Folders
Maintaining Public Folders
Managing Exchange Clusters
Reviewing Exchange Clusters
Reviewing the Exchange Resources Associated with Exchange Clusters
Understanding How Failover Works in an Exchange Cluster
Using Cluster Administrator to Manage Exchange Clusters
Customizing Your Exchange Cluster Configuration
Configuring Exchange Virtual Server Settings
Configuring Exchange Cluster Resources
Taking Exchange Virtual Servers or Exchange Resources Offline
Adding IMAP4 and POP3 Resources
Adding a Node
Adding an Exchange Virtual Server
Removing an Exchange Virtual Server
Moving All Mailboxes and Public Folder Content
Taking the Exchange System Attendant Resource Offline
To take the Exchange System Attendant resource offline
Using Cluster Administrator to Remove the Exchange Virtual Server
Deleting the Remaining Cluster Resources
Removing Exchange 2003 from a Cluster Node
Migrating an Exchange Cluster Node to a Stand-Alone (Non-Clustered) Server
Monitoring Performance of an Exchange Cluster
Monitoring Active/Passive Clusters
Monitoring Active/Active Clusters
Monitoring Virtual Memory in a Cluster
Enabling Exchange Logging
Tuning Servers in a Cluster
Removing Exchange 2000 Tuning Parameters
Setting the /3GB Switch
Configuring /Userva and SystemPages
Troubleshooting Your Exchange Clusters
Identifying the Cause of a Failure
Performing Disaster Recovery on Your Exchange Clusters
Tools Used with Exchange
Services Used by Exchange
Configuration Settings for a Four- Node Cluster
Identifying and Accessing Exchange Store Components
Controlling Public Folder Replication
How Replication Works
The Basic Hierarchy and Content Replication Process
Status and Backfill Messages
Configuring the Default Replication Schedule
Configuring Replicas
Adding or Removing Content Replicas
Setting a Folder-Specific Replication Schedule
Setting Replication Message Priority
Checking Replication Status
Replicating Data Manually
Special Considerations for Mixed-Mode Topologies
Connection Agreements and Public Folder Replication
Avoiding Common Replication Problems in Mixed Mode
Managing Inter-Organization Replication
Using Full-Text Indexing
Verifying Recommended Hardware Configurations
Preparing Your Exchange 2003 Organization
Deploying Full-Text Indexing
Creating a Full-Text Index
Optimizing Full-Text Indexing
Performing a Full Population
Setting a Schedule for Incremental Populations
Enabling Full-Text Indexing Queries
Notifying and Educating Users
Managing Full-Text Indexing
Troubleshooting and Repairing Store Problems
Problems with Full-Text Indexing
Safe Event Viewer Messages
Population Process Is Slow
Population Process Is Found in a Paused State
Deleted Message Is Still Visible in Search Results
Wrong Location Is Displayed After Moving the Index
Using Gather Log Entries to Identify Problems
Language Settings Problems
Queries Fail During Server Startup
Restoring Missing Performance Counters
Avoiding Disk Bottlenecks
High Paging
Problems with Permissions in a Mixed Exchange 5.5-Exchange 2003 Environment
Determine What is Preventing a User from Seeing the Public Folder in Outlook
View Access Control Lists in Exchange System Manager
Monitor Permissions Events in Event Viewer
Problems with Public Folder Replication
Replication Messages Not Being Received
Backfill Takes a Long Time
Server Does Not Appear to Backfill
Other Problems
Unable to Access Permissions on a Public Folder (Invalid Windows Handle Error)
One or More Users Could Not Be Added to the Folder Access List
Mail Messages to Public Folder Were Not Delivered
Attachment Exceeds Storage Limit on Public Folder
Web Sites
Exchange Server 2003 Books
Exchange 2000 Server Books
Technical Articles
Resource Kits
Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles
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