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Author Elfassy, David.

Title Mastering Microsoft Exchange server 2013 / David Elfassy.

Publication Info. Indianapolis, Indiana : Sybex, [2014]

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Description 1 online resource (xxx, 786 pages) : illustrations.
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Mastering series
Note Includes index.
Summary Covers the features and functions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, with information on such topics as utilizing the standards and protocols, business continuity, message security, and server virtualization.
Note Print version record.
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Exchange Fundamentals -- ch. 1 Putting Exchange Server 2013 in Context -- Email's Importance -- How Messaging Servers Work -- What Is Exchange Server? -- About Messaging Services -- Many Modes of Access -- The Universal Inbox -- Architecture Overview -- Controlling Mailbox Growth -- Personal Folders or PST Files -- Email Archiving -- Public Folders -- Things Every Email Administrator Should Know -- A Day in the Life of the Email Administrator -- Finding Answers -- Tools You Should Know -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 2 Introducing the Changes in Exchange Server 2013 -- Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013 -- Exchange Server Architecture -- x64 Processor Requirement -- Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 -- Installer, Service Pack, and Patching Improvements -- Server Roles -- Edge Transport Services -- Unified Messaging -- Client Connectivity -- The Managed Store -- High-Availability Features -- Content Storage -- Exchange Server Management -- Improved Message and Content Control -- Built-in Archiving -- Message Transport Rules -- Message Classifications -- Rights Management Service Message Protection -- Programming Interfaces -- New and Improved Outlook Web App -- Mobile Clients and Improved Security -- Now, Where Did That Go? -- Features No Longer Included -- Clearing Up Some Confusion -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 3 Understanding Availability, Recovery, and Compliance -- Changing from a Technology to a Business Viewpoint -- What's in a Name? -- Backup and Recovery -- Disaster Recovery -- Location, Location, Location -- Management Frameworks -- A Closer Look at Availability -- Storage Availability -- An Overview of Exchange Storage -- Direct Attached Storage -- Storage Area Networks -- Compliance and Governance -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 4 Virtualizing Exchange Server 2013 -- Virtualization Overview -- Terminology -- Understanding Virtualized Exchange -- Understanding Your Exchange Environment -- Effects of Virtualization -- Environmental Impact -- Space Impact -- Complexity Impact -- Additional Considerations -- Virtualization Requirements -- Hardware Requirements -- Software Requirements -- Operations -- Deciding What to Virtualize -- Exchange Roles -- Testing -- Possible Virtualization Scenarios -- Small Office/Remote or Branch Office -- Site Resilience -- Mobile Access -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 5 Introduction to PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell -- Why Use PowerShell? -- Understanding the Command Syntax -- Verbs and Nouns -- Help -- The Identity Parameter -- Cmdlet Parameters -- Tab Completion -- Alias -- Object-oriented Use of PowerShell -- Filtering Output -- Formatting Output -- Directing Output to Other Cmdlets -- PowerShell v3 -- Remote PowerShell -- Tips and Tricks -- Managing Output -- Running Scripts -- Running Scheduled PowerShell Scripts -- Debugging and Troubleshooting from PowerShell -- Getting Help -- Exchange Server 2013 Help File -- Help from the Command Line -- Getting Tips -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 6 Understanding the Exchange Autodiscover Process -- Autodiscover Concepts -- What Autodiscover Provides -- How Autodiscover Works -- Site Affinity (aka Site Scope) -- Planning Certificates for Autodiscover -- The X.509 Certificate Standard -- Deploying Exchange Certificates -- The Bottom Line -- pt. 2 Getting Exchange Server Running -- ch. 7 Exchange Server 2013 Quick Start Guide -- Server Sizing Quick Reference -- Hardware -- Operating Systems -- Configuring Windows -- Active Directory Requirements -- Operating-system Prerequisites -- Installing Exchange Server 2013 -- GUI-based Installation -- Command-line Installation -- Post-installation Configuration Steps -- Final Configuration -- Configuring Recipients -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 8 Understanding Server Roles and Configurations -- The Roles of Server Roles -- Exchange Server 2013 Server Roles -- Mailbox Server -- Client Access Server -- Possible Role Configurations -- Combined-function Server -- Scaling Exchange Server 2013 Roles -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 9 Exchange Server 2013 Requirements -- Getting the Right Server Hardware -- The Typical User -- CPU Recommendations -- Memory Recommendations -- Network Requirements -- Disk Requirements -- Software Requirements -- Operating System Requirements -- Windows 7 and Windows 8 Management Consoles -- Additional Requirements -- Active Directory Requirements -- Installation and Preparation Permissions -- Coexisting with Previous Versions of Exchange Server -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 10 Installing Exchange Server 2013 -- Before You Begin -- Preparing for Exchange 2013 -- Existing Exchange Organizations -- Preparing the Schema -- Preparing the Active Directory Forest -- Preparing Additional Domains -- Graphical User Interface Setup -- Command-Line Setup -- Command-Line Installation Options -- Command-Line Server-Recovery Options -- Command-Line Delegated Server Installation -- Installing Language Packs -- The Bottom Line --
Ch. 11 Upgrades and Migrations to Exchange Server 2013 or Office 365 -- Upgrades, Migrations, Transitions, and Deployments -- Factors to Consider before Upgrading -- Prerequisites -- Choosing Your Strategy -- Transitioning Your Exchange Organization -- Upgrading Your Exchange Organization -- Order of Installation for Exchange Server 2013 Roles -- On-Premises Coexistence -- Office 365 -- Office 365 Options -- Office 365 Coexistence -- Performing an On-Premises Interorganization Migration -- Is Interorganization Migration the Right Approach? -- Choosing the Right Tools -- Maintaining Interoperability -- Preparing for Migration -- Moving Mailboxes -- Migrating User Accounts -- Permissions Required -- Importing Data from PSTs -- Tasks Required Prior to Removing Legacy Exchange Servers -- Exchange Server Deployment Assistant -- The Bottom Line -- pt. 3 Recipient Administration -- ch. 12 Management Permissions and Role-based Access Control -- RBAC Basics -- Differences from Previous Exchange Versions -- How RBAC Works -- Managing RBAC -- Exchange Administration Center -- Exchange Management Shell -- RBAC Manager -- Defining Roles -- What's in a Role? -- Choosing a Role -- Customizing Roles -- Distributing Roles -- Determining Where Roles Will Be Applied -- Assigning Roles to Administrators -- Assigning Roles to End Users -- Auditing RBAC -- Seeing What Changes Were Made -- Seeing Who Has Been Assigned Rights -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 13 Basics of Recipient Management -- Understanding Exchange Recipients -- Mailbox-enabled Users -- Mail-enabled Users and Contacts -- Mail-enabled Groups -- Mail-enabled Public Folders -- Defining Email Addresses -- Accepted Domains -- Email Address Policies -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 14 Managing Mailboxes and Mailbox Content -- Managing Mailboxes -- Using the EAC to Assign a Mailbox -- Assigning a Mailbox to a User from the EMS -- Creating a New User and Assigning a Mailbox Using the EAC -- Managing User and Mailbox Properties -- Moving Mailboxes -- Moving Mailboxes Using the EAC -- Moving Mailboxes Using the EMS -- Retrieving Mailbox Statistics -- Deleting Mailboxes -- Deleting the Mailbox but Not the User -- Deleting Both the User and the Mailbox -- Permanently Purging a Mailbox -- Reconnecting a Deleted Mailbox -- Bulk Manipulation of Mailboxes Using the EMS -- Managing Mailbox Properties with the EMS -- Scripting Account Creation -- Managing Mailbox Content -- Understanding the Basics of Messaging Records Management -- Getting Started with Messaging Records Management -- Managing Default Folders -- Creating Retention Tags -- Managing Retention Policies -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 15 Managing Mail-enabled Groups, Mail-enabled Users, and Mail-enabled Contacts -- Understanding Mail-enabled Groups -- Naming Mail-enabled Groups -- Creating Mail-enabled Groups -- Managing Mail-enabled Groups -- Creating and Managing Mail-enabled Contacts and Users -- Managing Mail-enabled Contacts and Users via the EAC -- Managing Mail-enabled Contacts and Users via the EMS -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 16 Managing Resource Mailboxes -- The Unique Nature of Resource Mailboxes -- Exchange 2013 Resource Mailbox Features -- Creating Resource Mailboxes -- Creating and Defining Resource Mailbox Properties -- Defining Advanced Resource Mailbox Features -- Defining Resource Scheduling Policies -- Automatic Processing: AutoUpdate vs. AutoAccept -- Migrating Resource Mailboxes -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 17 Managing Modern Public Folders -- Understanding Architectural Changes for Modern Public Folders -- Modern Public Folders and Replication -- Modern Public Folder Limitations and Considerations -- Moving Public Folders to Exchange Server 2013 -- Managing Public Folder Mailboxes -- Managing Public Folders -- Defining Public Folder Administrators -- Using the Exchange Management Shell to Manage Public Folders -- Using Outlook to Create a Public Folder -- Understanding the Public Folder Hierarchy -- Exploring Public Folder High Availability -- Managing Public Folder Permissions -- Comparing Public Folders, Site Mailboxes, and Shared Mailboxes -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 18 Managing Archiving and Compliance -- Introduction to Archiving -- Benefits of Archiving -- Retention -- Discovery -- Eliminating PST Files -- Reducing Storage Size -- Disaster Recovery -- Compliance -- Industry Best Practices -- Storage Management --
Note continued: Archiving PSTs -- Retention Policies -- Archiving with Exchange Server 2013 -- Exchange In-Place Archive vs. Third-Party Enterprise Archives -- Retention Policies and Tags -- Enabling Archiving -- Using the Exchange Server 2013 In-Place Archive -- Archive Quotas -- Offline Access -- Understanding Litigation and In-Place Hold -- Placing a Mailbox on In-Place Hold -- Implementing eDiscovery -- Requirements and Considerations -- Licensing -- Server Storage -- Client Requirements -- The Bottom Line -- pt. 4 Server Administration -- ch. 19 Creating and Managing Mailbox Databases -- Getting to Know Exchange Server Database Storage -- Exchange Server 2007 (Third Generation) -- Exchange Server 2010 (Fourth Generation) -- Exchange Server 2013 (Current Generation) -- Basics of Storage Terminology -- Storage in Exchange Server 2013 -- An Additional Factor: the Personal Archive (aka the Archive Mailbox) -- Disk Size vs. I/O Capacity -- What's Keeping Me Up at Night? -- Planning Mailbox Storage -- Maximum Database Sizes -- Determining the Number of Databases -- Allocating Disk Drives -- Managing Mailbox Databases -- Viewing Mailbox Databases -- Creating Mailbox Databases -- Moving the Mailbox Database EDB File -- Moving the Mailbox Database Log Files -- Properties of a Mailbox Database -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 20 Creating and Managing Database Availability Groups -- Understanding Database Replication in Exchange Server 2013 -- File Mode vs. Block Mode -- The Anatomy of a Database Availability Group -- File Share Witness -- Creating a Database Availability Group Using the EAC -- Creating a Database Availability Group Using EMS -- Managing a Database Availability Group -- Managing a DAG in EMS -- Multiple Databases per Volume -- Managing a DAG Network -- Adding a Mailbox Database to a DAG -- Automatic Reseed (aka AutoReseed) -- Understanding Active Manager -- Understanding the Best Copy and Server Selection Process -- Understanding Site Resiliency for Exchange Server 2013 -- Page Patching -- Datacenter Activation Coordination -- Implementing Site-resiliency Scenarios -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 21 Understanding the Client Access Server -- Learning the Client Access Server Role Architecture -- Requirements for the Client Access Server Role -- CAS Operating System Requirements -- CAS Hardware Recommendations -- Services the Client Access Server Provides -- Remote PowerShell -- Outlook Web App -- Exchange Admin Center -- Autodiscover -- Outlook/Outlook Anywhere -- IMAP4/POP3 -- The Availability Service -- Positioning the Client Access Server Role -- Network Placement -- Multirole Servers -- Namespace Planning -- Load Balancing -- Coexistence with Previous Versions of Exchange Server -- Coexistence with Exchange Server 2010 -- Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007 -- Certificates -- Default Certificate Usage -- Using Subject Alternative Name Certificates -- Using the Exchange Certificate Wizards -- Generating a Certificate Request in the EMS -- The Front End Transport Service -- The Front End Transport Service Architecture -- Front End Transport Message Routing -- Unified Messaging -- UM Front End Architecture -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 22 Managing Connectivity with Transport Services -- Understanding the Transport Improvements in Exchange Server 2013 -- Message Routing in the Organization -- Sending and Receiving Email -- Important Information When Receiving Email -- Receive Connectors -- Important Information When Sending Email -- Send Connectors -- Securing Mail Flow -- Accepted Domains -- Remote Domains -- Messages in Flight -- Understanding Shadow Redundancy -- Understanding Safety Net -- Using Exchange Server 2013 Anti-Spam/Anti-Malware Tools -- Updating Anti-Malware Engines -- Anti-Malware Policy -- Managing Anti-Malware Protection -- Enabling Anti-Spam Agents -- Content Filtering -- Recipient Filtering -- Tarpitting -- Sender Filtering -- Sender Reputation -- Troubleshooting Email Routing -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 23 Managing Transport, Data Loss Prevention, and Journaling Rules -- Introducing the New Exchange 2013 Transport Architecture -- All Messages Pass Through the Mailbox Server -- Setting Up Message Classifications -- Modifying and Creating Message Classifications -- Deploying Message Classifications -- Setting Up Transport Rules -- Transport Rules Coexistence -- Transport Rules and Server Design Decisions -- Selecting Conditions and Exceptions -- Creating New Rules with the Exchange Administration Center -- Creating New Rules with the Exchange Management Shell -- Introducing Data Loss Prevention -- Understanding DLP Policies -- Creating DLP Policies -- Introducing Journaling -- Implementing Journaling -- Reading Journal Reports -- The Bottom Line -- pt. 5 Troubleshooting and Operating -- ch. 24 Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2013 -- Basic Troubleshooting Principles -- General Server Troubleshooting Tools -- Event Viewer (Diagnostic Logging) -- The Test-* Cmdlets -- Troubleshooting Mailbox Servers -- General Mailbox Server Health -- Using Test-MapiConnectivity -- Checking Poison Mailboxes -- Checking Database Replication Health -- Troubleshooting Mail Flow -- Using Test-Mailflow -- Utilizing the Queue Viewer -- Using Message Tracking -- Exploring Other Tools -- Troubleshooting Client Connectivity -- Troubleshooting Autodiscover -- Using the Test-* Connectivity Cmdlets -- The Bottom Line -- ch. 25 Backing Up and Restoring Exchange Server -- Backing Up Exchange Server -- Determining Your Strategy -- Preparing to Recover the Exchange Server -- Using Windows Server Backup to Back Up the Server -- Performing the Backup -- Using Windows Server Backup to Recover the Data -- Recovering the Database -- Recover Exchange Server Data Using Alternate Methods -- Working with Disconnected Mailboxes -- Using a Recovery Database -- Recovering Single Messages -- Recovering the Entire Exchange Server -- Client Access Server Role -- Database Availability Group Members -- The Bottom Line -- Appendix: The Bottom Line -- ch. 1 Putting Exchange Server 2013 in Context -- ch. 2 Introducing the Changes in Exchange Server 2013 -- ch. 3 Understanding Availability, Recovery, and Compliance -- ch. 4 Virtualizing Exchange Server 2013 -- ch. 5 Introduction to PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell -- ch. 6 Understanding the Exchange Autodiscover Process -- ch. 7 Exchange Server 2013 Quick Start Guide -- ch. 8 Understanding Server Roles and Configurations -- ch. 9 Exchange Server 2013 Requirements -- ch. 10 Installing Exchange Server 2013 -- ch. 11 Upgrades and Migrations to Exchange Server 2013 or Office 365 -- ch. 12 Management Permissions and Role-based Access Control -- ch. 13 Basics pf Recipient Management -- ch. 14 Managing Mailboxes and Mailbox Content -- ch. 15 Managing Mail-enabled Groups, Mail-enabled Users, and Mail-enabled Contacts -- ch. 16 Managing Resource Mailboxes -- ch. 17 Managing Modern Public Folders -- ch. 18 Managing Archiving and Compliance -- ch. 19 Creating and Managing Mailbox Databases -- ch. 20 Creating and Managing Database Availability Groups -- ch. 21 Understanding the Client Access Server -- ch. 22 Managing Connectivity with Transport Services -- ch. 23 Managing Transport, Data Loss Prevention, and Journaling Rules -- ch. 24 Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2013 -- ch. 25 Backing Up and Restoring Exchange Server.
Subject Microsoft Exchange server.
Microsoft Exchange server. (OCoLC)fst01384869
Client/server computing.
Electronic mail systems.
COMPUTERS -- Computer Literacy.
COMPUTERS -- Computer Science.
COMPUTERS -- Data Processing.
COMPUTERS -- Hardware -- General.
COMPUTERS -- Information Technology.
COMPUTERS -- Machine Theory.
COMPUTERS -- Reference.
Client/server computing. (OCoLC)fst00864205
Electronic mail systems. (OCoLC)fst00907333
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Elfassy, David. Mastering Microsoft Exchange server 2013. Indianapolis, Indiana : Sybex, [2014] 9781118556832 (DLC)bl2013053585 (OCoLC)866733979
ISBN 9781118750384 (electronic bk.)
1118750381 (electronic bk.)
9781118842461 (ebk)
1118842464 (ebk)
9781118556832
1118556836

 
    
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