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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual

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Topic Installation Of Exchange Server 2007
Lab – 1: Installing required services Lab – 2: Installing required components Lab – 3: Installing Exchange server 2007

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Recipients and Clients
Lab – 1: Creating Mailbox Enabled User Lab – 2: Creating Mail Enabled User Lab – 3: Creating Mail Contact Lab – 4: Creating Distribution Group Lab – 5: Accessing Mailbox using Outlook Web Access Lab – 6: Accessing Mailbox using Windows Mail Lab – 7: Accessing Mailbox using Microsoft Outlook 2007 12 17 21 24 29 34 40

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User Management
Lab – 1: Adding Multiple E-Mail Addresses to single mailbox Lab – 2: Restricting users from accessing mailbox using protocols Lab – 3: Applying Message Delivery Restriction on User Lab – 4: Applying Message Size Restrictions on the User Lab – 5: Granting Send on Behalf Permission and Forwarding Mails Lab – 6: Applying Recipient Limits on a User Lab – 7: Granting Full Mailbox Access of the user to another user Lab – 8: Applying Storage Quotas on User Mailbox 44 46 48 50 52 57

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Stores and Storage Groups Management
Lab – 1: Creating a new Storage Group Lab – 2: Creating a new Mailbox Database Lab – 3: Creating a new Public Folder Database Lab – 4: Creating Public Folder

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Backup and Recovery on Client and Server
Lab – 1: Exporting Mails using Windows Mail Lab – 2: Exporting mails using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Lab – 3: Configuring Local Continuous Replication 83 96 104

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Exchange Toolbox and Management
Lab – 1: Configuring Transport Rules Lab – 2: Creating new Address lists Lab – 3: Message Tracking Lab – 4: Queue Viewer 115 124 130

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2.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 1: Installing Required Services on Windows Server 2008 1. Right Click on RolesAdd Roles. 4 . Click on StartProgramsAdministrative ToolsServer Manager.

Click Next check the box Web Server (IIS).Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4.NET 5 . Click Next  click Next check the box ASP. Click Add Required Features 5.

Dynamic Content Compression. Digest Authentication. Click Add Required Role Services 7. 6 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 6. Windows Authentication. IIS6 Management Compatibility 8. Click Nextclick Install click Close. Check the boxes Basic Authentication.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 2: Installing Required Components on Windows Server 2008 1. Click Nextclick Installclick Close.NET Framework 3. Check the boxes . Go to Server ManagerRight click on Features click Add Features 2. 7 .0 Features and Windows Power Shell. 3.

3. (For Lab: D:\Backup\Exchange 2007Double click Setup. Click Next 8 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 3: Installing Exchange Server 2007 1. Click on Install Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP1. Insert Exchange Server 2007 DVD.exe) 2.

Select I accept click Next 5. Click Noclick Next 9 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 4.

Select Typical Exchange Installationclick Next 7. Enter a Name (Ex: First Organization)click Next 10 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 6.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 8. Select Noclick Next 9. Click Install 10. 11 . Click Finish.

12 . Expand Recipient Configuration right click Mailbox select New Mailbox.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 1: Creating Mailbox Enabled User 1. 2. Click StartProgramsMicrosoft Exchange Server 2007Exchange Management Console.

Select User Mailboxclick Next 4.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Select New userclick Next 13 .

6.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Password and Confirm Passwordclick Next. click Browse 14 . In Mailbox database. Enter the Name and User Logon Name.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7. 8. Click Next 15 . Select the Mailbox Databaseclick OK.

Similarly create Mailbox Enabled User (Ex:USER2) 16 . Click Finish 11.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9. Click New 10.

Click Start Programs Microsoft Exchange Server 2007Exchange Management Console. 17 . 2.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 2: Creating Mail Enabled User 1. Expand Recipient Configurationright click Mail Contact click New Mail User.

In External e-mail address. 4. click Edit 18 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Password and Confirm Passwordclick Next. Enter the Name and User Logon Name.

In SMTP Address enter E-mail Address (Ex:temp1@yahoo.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Click New 19 .com)click OK. 6. Click Next 7.

Select Mail Contactuser is displayed in Result Pane 20 . Click Finish 9.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 8.

Expand Recipient Configuration right click Mail Contactselect New Mail Contact. 21 . 2. Click Start Programs Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Exchange Management Console.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 3: Creating Mail Contact 1.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 22 . Click New contact click Next 4. Enter Name (Ex: Support) click Edit.

Enter E-mail Address(Ex: Support@gmail.com)  click OK 6. Click New 7.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Click Finish 23 .

24 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 4: Creating Distribution Group 1. Expand Recipient Configurationright click Distribution Group select New Distribution Group. 2. Click Start Programs Microsoft Exchange Server 2007Exchange Management Console.

Select Distribution Enter Name (Ex: Sales) click Next 25 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Select New groupclick Next. 4.

Click New 6. Click Finish 26 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Adding Users to the Distribution Group 1. Select Members  click Add 27 . Right click on Group(Ex: Sales) select Properties 2.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Click Applyclick OK. Select the Usersclick OK 4. 28 .

Open Internet Explorer 2. Enter the Address https://Fully Qualified Domain Name /Virtual Directory Name (Ex: https://srv1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 5: Accessing the Mailbox using Outlook Web Access 1.com/owa) 29 .exchange.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Click OK 30 . Enter User Name and Password of the Userclick Log On 4.

Select Inbox  click New 6. Enter User Names click Check Names 31 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7. Enter the Subject  enter the Message click Send 8. Click on Log Off 32 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9. Verification: 1. Click Close Window Click Yes. Log in as User2 and check the Mails for confirmation 33 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 6: Accessing the Mailbox using Windows Mail (Note: Microsoft Exchange POP3 Service should be started on Exchange Server to access the Mails using POP3 from Windows Mail. Click on StartProgramsWindows Mail 2. Click Start  Programs  Administrative Tools ServicesRight click Microsoft Exchange POP3 Service Properties select Startup type AutomaticApplyclick StartOK) 1. Click on Tools Tab select Accounts 34 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Select E-mail Account click Next 35 . Click Add 4.

com) Click Next 36 . Enter Display Name(Ex: User1) click Next 6. Enter E-Mail Address (Ex: User1@exchange.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7.com) for Incoming mail Server and Outgoing mail Server check the box Outing server requires authentication click Next 8. Enter Passwordclick Next 37 .exchange. Enter the full server Name (Ex: Srv1.

exchange. Select the server under Mail (Ex: Srv1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9. Select Do not download my e-mail at this time click Finish 10.com)  Click Properties 38 .

39 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 11. 12. Click Advanced Tab  check This server requires a secure connection (SSL) for Outgoing mail (SMTP) and for Incoming mail (POP3)  check the box Leave a copy of messages on serverclick Apply  click OK. Go to Inbox  click Send/Receive 13. Click Create Mail and send e-mails to other users.

Enter the E-mail Address and Password (Ex: user2@exchange. 2. 3. 1. Click Start ProgramsMicrosoft OfficeSelect Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 7: How to Access Mailbox using Microsoft Outlook 2007. Click New  enter the Profile Name (Ex: User2) click OK.com)Next 40 .

com)  click OK.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 4. Select Profile Name (Ex: user2) click OKEnter User Name and Password (Ex:user2@exchange. 5. Click Finish. 41 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 6. Select Inbox Click New

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Click To Address tab.

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 8. Select the Users from Global Address List click To tabclick OK.

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Enter the Subject and Message click Send.

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Lab – 1: Adding Multiple E-Mail Addresses to single mailbox
1. Go to Exchange Management Consoleexpand Recipient Configurationclick Mailbox right click user (Ex: MD) select Properties.

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Select E-mail Addresses Tabclick Add.

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Enter the E-mail Address (Ex: Sam@exchange. Click Apply click OK. Log in to User Mailbox (Ex: User1) and Send E-mail to Sam@exchange.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3.com) click OK 4.com and verify the mail in the Inbox of MD User. Verification: 1. 45 .

46 . 2.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 2: Restricting users from accessing the mailbox using protocols. 3. Go to Exchange Management ConsoleExpand Recipient Configurationselect Mailboxright click on user (Ex: User1)select Properties. Click Applyclick OK. 1. Select Mailbox Features Tab Select Outlook Web Accessclick Disable.

2. 47 . Login as a User (Ex: User1) using Outlook Web Access. Verify for the Error Message Microsoft Outlook Web Access is currently disabled for user Exchange\User1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Verification: 1.

In Exchange Management Console expand Recipient Configuration select Mailbox right click on user (Ex: User1)  click Properties. Select Mail Flow Settings  select Message Delivery Restrictionsclick Properties.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 3: Applying Message Delivery Restriction on User 1. 48 . 2.

and verify for Undeliverable Message. Verification: 1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Login as a user (Ex: User2) and send message to User1. Click Apply OK. In Reject messages from. 4. 49 . select Senders in the following list click Add  select the user (Ex: User2) click OK.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 4: Applying Message Size Restrictions on the User 1. Select Message Size Restrictionsclick Properties 50 . In Exchange Management Console expand Recipient Configuration select Mailbox right click on user (Ex: User2)  click Properties 2.

Click Applyclick OK Verification: 1. 51 . Assign Sending and Receiving message size limits in KB’s click OK 4. Login as a User2 and try to send more than the limit (Ex: 5KB) and verify for Undeliverable Message for reason the message exceeds Max message size limit.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 5: Granting Send on Behalf Permission and Forwarding mails 1. Select Mail Flow Settingsselect Delivery OptionsClick Properties. 2. 52 . In Exchange Management Console expand Recipient Configuration select Mailbox right click on user (Ex: MD) Properties.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Click on Add 4. Select a user (Ex: PA) Click OK 53 .

Click Apply click OK. 54 . Check the box Forward to click Browse 6. Select the user (Ex: PA) click OK Check the box Deliver Message to both Forwarding Address and Mailboxclick OK.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. 7.

Create a Profile and Login to the mailbox of the user PA using Outlook 2007. 55 . 2. Select Inbox click New 3. Click Options tab select Show From Fields.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Verification: Using Send on Behalf permission and Forwarding 1.

56 . message was not sent to PA. Enter Name (MD) in From Field enter the usernames in To field click Send. still he received the copy of the message automatically. Verify for the message showing from MD but sent by PA and also verify Forwarding that.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 4. 5.

In Exchange Management Console expand Recipient Configuration select Mailbox right click on user (Ex: User2)  click Properties 2. Select Mail Flow Settingsselect Delivery Options select Properties.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 6: Applying Recipient Limits on a User 1. 57 .

Verification: 1. Login to Mailbox of the user (Ex: User2) and send a single message to more than the recipient limits (Ex: 3) i. Administrator) 58 . Click Apply click OK. 4. PA.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Check the box Maximum recipients  enter the value (Ex: 2) click OK.e. (Ex: MD..

59 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 2. The message has too many recipients. Verify the Undeliverable Message and even the reason that.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 7: Granting Full Mailbox Access of the user to another User 1. In Exchange Management Console expand Recipient Configuration select Mailbox right click on user (Ex: MD) click Manage Full Access Permissions. 60 . 2. Click Add.

4. Select the User (Ex: PA) click OK. Click Manage.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 61 .

Verification 1: Using Ms Outlook 2007 Client.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Click Finish. 1. 62 . Log in to the Mailbox of the User (Ex: PA) using Ms Outlook 2007 right click on Mailbox – PA  Select Properties for “Mailbox – PA”.

4. 5. Click Apply  click OK.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 2. 63 . Click on Advanced Tab  click Add. Enter the Name the user (Ex: MD)  click OK. 3. Click Advanced.

Access the user mailbox (Ex: PA) and the other user mailbox (Ex: MD). 2.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 6. Log in to the Mailbox of the user (Ex: PA) using Outlook Web Access click PA  select Open Other Mailbox enter name of the user (Ex: MD) click Open. 64 . Verification 2: Using Outlook Web Access client. Access the Mailbox of MD. 1.

Select Mailbox Settingsselect Storage Quotas click Properties 65 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 8: Applying Storage Quotas on the User Mailbox 1. In Exchange Management Console expand Recipient Configuration select Mailbox right click on user (Ex: User2)  click Properties 2.

uncheck the box Use mailbox database defaults  enter the value (Ex: 14)  check box Do not permanently delete items until you backup the database click OK. Click Apply  click OK. uncheck the box Use mailbox database defaults  check the boxes Issue Warning. Prohibit send. and Prohibit send and receive  enter values in KB In Deleted Item retention.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4. In Storage Quotas. 66 .

67 . Click Start Programs Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Exchange Management Console 2. Expand Server Configurationselect Mailboxselect New Storage Group.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 1: Creating a new Storage Group 1.

4.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Click Finish. Enter the Name (Ex: Second Storage Group)use default log and system paths (Ex: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\Second Storage Group)  click New. 68 .

69 . In Exchange Management ConsoleServer ConfigurationMailboxright click Second Storage Groupselect New Mailbox Database. Enter Mailbox Database Name (Ex: Sales Mailbox Database) Verify for check box Mount this database click New. 2.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 2: Creating a new Mailbox Database 1.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. In Exchange Management Console Recipient Configuration right click on Mailbox  select New Mailbox. Click Finish. 70 . Creating user mailboxes in the new Mailbox Database 1.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 2. 3. Select User Mailbox  click Next. Select New User click Next 71 .

Enter the Name and User Logon Name. Password and Confirm Passwordclick Next 5. click Browse. 72 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 4. In Mailbox database.

7. 73 . Click Next.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 6. Select Sales Mailbox Database click OK.

Click New.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 8. 9. Click Finish. 74 .

2. In Exchange Management Console  expand Server Configuration  select Mailbox  select New Storage Group.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 3: Creating a new Public Folder Database 1. Enter name (Ex: Third Storage Group) use the default paths (Ex: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\Third Storage Group)  click New. 75 .

In Exchange Management Console. 76 . Click Finish. right click on Storage Group (Ex: Third Storage Group)  select New Public Folder Database.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4.

77 .edb) verify for check box Mount this database  click New. Click Finish. Enter Name Ex: Public Folder Database  use default path (Ex: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\Third Storage Group\Public Folder Database.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. 6.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 4: Creating Public Folders 1. 78 . 2. In Exchange Management Console  select Toolbox  select Public Folder Management Console. Right click on Default Public Folders  select New Public Folder.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4. Enter Name (Ex: Sales Dept Notices)  click New. 79 . Click Finish.

Enter Subject. 80 . Message  click Post. 3. 2. Login to the Mailbox of the user (Ex: User1) using Outlook Web Access  click on Public Folders  select the folder (Ex: Sales Dept Notices)  click New.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Accessing the Public Folders using Outlook Web Access 1. Similarly Login to the Mailbox of Other User and Access the Public Folders and Post Messages to Public Folders.

Login to the Mailbox of the User (Ex: User2) using Outlook 2007click on Go tab  select Folder List. Expand Public Foldersexpand All Public Folders Select Sales Dept Notices click New. 2. 81 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Accessing the Public Folders using Outlook 2007 1.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4. 82 . Enter Subject and Message  click Post. (Message from User1 and Message from User2). Verify for both the Messages.

2.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 1: Exporting Mails using Windows Mail 1. Click on Tools Tab select Accounts 83 . Click on StartProgramsWindows Mail.

Select E-mail Account click Next 84 . Click Add 4.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3.

com) Click Next 85 . Enter Display Name(Ex: User1) click Next 6. Enter E-Mail Address (Ex: User1@exchange.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5.

Enter Passwordclick Next 86 .com) for Incoming mail Server and Outgoing mail Server check the box Outing server requires authentication click Next 8.exchange. Enter the full server Name (Ex: Srv1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7.

exchange. Select Do not download my e-mail at this time click Finish 10. Select the server under Mail (Ex: Srv1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9.com)  Click Properties 87 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 11. Go to Inbox  click Send/Receive 88 . Click Advanced Tab  check This server requires a secure connection (SSL) for Outgoing mail (SMTP) and for Incoming mail (POP3)  check the box Leave a copy of messages on serverclick Apply  click OK. 12.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 13. 89 . Click on File click Exportclick Messages 14. Select Microsoft Windows Mail click Next.

Create a Folder and select that folder (Ex: D:\Windows Mail Backup). Click Browse.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 15. 90 . 16.

91 . Click Next 18. 19. Select All Folders  click Next. Click Finish.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 17.

92 . Click File click Import click Messages.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Restoration of mails from Backup File 1. (Only for Lab) Select the mails and delete the mails 2.

93 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4. 5. Go to the backup folder and select the folder (Ex: D:\Windows Mail Backup). Select Microsoft Windows Mail 7  click Next. Click Browse.

Click Next. Click Finish. 94 . Select All Folders  click Next. 8.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 6. 7.

Verify for the mails restored from the backup file.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9. 95 .

Click New  enter the Profile Name (Ex: User2) click OK. Click Start ProgramsMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft Office Outlook 2007.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 2: Exporting mails using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. 1. 2. 3. Enter the E-mail Address and Password (Ex: user2@exchange.com)Next 96 .

com)  click OK. 97 . Select Profile Name (Ex: user2) click OK 6.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 4. Enter User Name and Password (Ex:user2@exchange. Click Finish. 5.

98 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7. Select Export to a file  click Next.pst)  click Next. 8. 9. Select Inbox click File  select Import and Export. Select Personal Folder File (.

12.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 10. 11. Select Inbox click Next. Click Browse. 99 . Select the location to store the backup file (Ex: Desktop)  enter the file name (Ex: Backup)  click OK.

Click Finish.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 13.pst file. 14. Enter Password and Confirm Password for the backup. (Only for Lab) Delete the mails. 100 . Restoration of mails from Backup File 1.

Select Personal Folder File (. 3. 4.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 2. 101 .pst)  click Next. Click File  select Import and Export. Select Import from another program or file  click Next.

Click Next.pst) from the location (Ex: Desktop)  click Open. Select the backup file (Ex: backup. 6. 7. 102 . Click Browse.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 8. Enter the Password of the backup.pst file click OK (2 times)

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Select Inbox  click Finish.

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Verify for the mails restored from backup file.

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Lab -3: Configuring Local Continuous Replication
1. Click StartProgramsMicrosoft Exchange Server 2007Exchange Management Console.

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Right click First Storage Group  select Enable Local Continuous Replication.

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Click Next.

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Click Browse.

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Select the folder (Ex: LCR) click OK. 7. 6. Click Browse.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Create a folder (Ex: LCR) in E: drive click OK. 106 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 8. 9. Click Browse. Click Next. 107 .

11. 108 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 10. Browse to the folder (Ex: E:\LCR)  click Save. Click Next.

Click Finish. 109 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 12. Click Enable. 13.

Click Yes. Restoring the Mailbox Database using Local Continuous Replication 1.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 14. Right click Mailbox Database in First Storage Groupselect Dismount Database. 2. 110 . Verify for Copy Status of First Storage Group as Healthy.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3.edb 111 . Go to the location of Mailbox Database File (Ex: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\ Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group)  delete Mailbox Database. 4. Verify for Mailbox Database is Dismounted.

Right click First Storage Group select Restore Storage Group Copy. 6.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Check box Replace production database path locations with this copyclick Next 112 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7. Click Restore 8. Click Finish 113 .

Verify for Database File Path  verify for Status Mounted. 10.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9. Right click Mailbox Database  select Mount Database. 114 .

In Exchange Management ConsoleExpand Organization Configuration select Hub Transportright click New Transport Rule 2. Enter Name (Ex: Transport Rule)  verify for check box Enable Rule click Next. 115 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 1: Configuring Transport Rules 1.

Select Conditions. (Ex: check box from people).Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Click on peopleclick Add 116 . 4.

Click OK  click Next. 117 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. 6. Select Users (Ex: User1)click OK.

118 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7. Click on addresses  click Add Select Users (Ex: Administrator) click OK. Select Action (Ex: check box Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) the message to addresses) 8.

Click OKClick on Next 10. Select Exceptions (Ex: Check box except when the message is from people) 119 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 9.

Click OK click Next 120 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 11. Click on people click Add Select Users (Ex: Administrator)click OK 12.

121 . 14.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 13. Click Finish. Click New.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Verification: 1. Login as User (Ex: User1) 2. 122 . Click New  send a message only to User2.

123 . Verify for the mail sent by User1 only to User2 automatically received by Administrator.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Login as to the mailbox of Administrator. 4.

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Lab – 2: Creating new Address Lists
1. In Exchange Management ConsoleExpand Organization Configurationselect Mailboxselect Address Lists.

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Right click and select New Address List.

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Enter the Name (Ex: Exchange).

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Check the box Users with Exchange Mailboxclick Next.

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. Click Next.

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Click Next.

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Click New. Click Finish 127 . 8.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 7.

Click New. Login to the mailbox of a user (Ex: User1) using Outlook 2007. 128 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Verification: 1. 2.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. 4. Select Drop the List Address Listselect Exchange. 129 . Click on To tab.

com) 130 . Check the box Sender  enter sender E-mail Address (Ex: user1@exchange.Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 3: Message Tracking 1. 2. In Exchange Management Consoleselect Toolboxselect Message Tracking select Open Tool.

Check box Event ID RECEIVE. 4. Verify the Message Tracking Results. 131 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3.

132 .Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual Lab – 4: Queue Viewer 1. Right click on Unreachable Domainselect View Messages. In Exchange Management Consoleselect Toolbox select Queue Viewer  select Open Tool. 2.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 3. Double Click on Message 4. Right Click on Messageselect Properties 133 .

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 – Lab Manual 5. 134 . Verify the Details of that Message.