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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Delta Guide

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Delta Guide

David McAmis, Don Jones

Dec 2003, Paperback, 192 pages
ISBN13: 9780672325854
ISBN10: 0672325853
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The Delta Guide to Exchange 2003 has been designed to become an invaluable resource to existing Exchange administrators, allowing you to quickly come up to speed on new features and functionality in Exchange, building on the knowledge and experience you already possess. The "Delta" series is designed to allow IT professionals to quickly update your skills based on what has changed between the previous and current software release. This book is for you if you are a system administrator who is responsible for administering a previous Exchange installation (v5.5 or 2000) or if you are an IT professional who has some experience with a previous version of Exchange and wish to update your skills. This book covers changes in installation, configuration, administration, clustering, security and many other important topics.

The Delta Guide to Exchange 2003 has been designed to become an invaluable resource to existing Exchange administrators, allowing you to quickly come up to speed on new features and functionality in Exchange, building on the knowledge and experience you already possess. The "Delta" series is designed to allow IT professionals to quickly update your skills based on what has changed between the previous and current software release. This book is for you if you are a system administrator who is responsible for administering a previous Exchange installation (v5.5 or 2000) or if you are an IT professional who has some experience with a previous version of Exchange and wish to update your skills. This book covers changes in installation, configuration, administration, clustering, security and many other important topics.

(NOTE: Each chapter begins with What's New.)

Introduction.
Who Should Read This Book. How to Use This Book. Conventions Used in This Book.

1. Introducing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.
Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration. Selecting an Edition. Product Licensing. Installation Prerequisites. Deprecated Features.

2. Architecture.
Active Directory. Windows Server 2003. Server Components. Typical Exchange 2003 Topologies.

3. Installation.
Verifying Prerequisites. Exchange Deployment Tools. Preparing for Installation. Creating a New Exchange Installation. Upgrading from Exchange 2000. Unattended Installation.

4. Configuration.
Exchange Manager. Internet Mail Wizard. Filtering.

5. Administration.
Installing the Administrative Tools. Administering Users. Working with Groups. Working with Mailboxes. Understanding Public Folders.

6. Maintenance and Monitoring.
Monitoring Tools. Maintaining Exchange Server. Message Tracking. Storage and Backup.

7. Reliability and Clustering.
Clustering Concepts. Exchange Clustering Prerequisites. Clustering Exchange 2003.

8. Security.
Server Security Enhancements. Client Security Enhancements.

9. Outlook 2003.
A First Look at Outlook 2003. User Interface. Email Management. Connections and Caching. Synchronization. Communications. Authentication and Security.

10. Other Exchange Clients.
OWA. Outlook Mobile Access. Exchange Server ActiveSync.

11. Exchange Virus Scanning.
Previous Anti-Virus Methods. Anti-Virus API 2.5.

12. Application Development.
Exchange Server 2003 SDK. Collaborative Applications. Management Applications. Other Application Types. Development Languages, Tools, and Utilities. Sample Applications.

Index.

David McAmis is an enterprise architect and partner in a consulting firm in Sydney, Australia. In his varied career, he has held the roles of consultant, technical trainer, university lecturer, and consulting services manager, and he has also served as the vice president of a software and services company in the U.S. David has written a number of books and more than 100 articles that have appeared in magazines and journals. He enjoys helping organizations of all sizes find technology solutions to common business problems.

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