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Exchange Server

Microsoft Exchange Server is product of Microsoft’s email, calendaring, contact, scheduling and collaboration platform. It is installed on the Windows Server operating system for a business use. To give users an access to the messaging platform from mobile devices, desktops and web-based systems support voice messages, etc. Microsoft has introduced this software. It also managing messaging traffic and is often used in conjunction with Microsoft Outlook to take advantage of Outlook’s collaborative features, such as the ability to share calendars and contact lists.

  • Exchange Server Administrator
  • System Administrator – Active Directory/Exchange

Students who plan a career into the field of network solutions using Windows server operating system

Exchange Fundamentals
• Major changes in Exchange Server
Email’s importance
• How messaging servers work?
What is Exchange Server?
• About messaging services
• Universal inbox
• Controlling Mailbox growth
• Personal folders or PST files
• Email archiving
• Public folders
Exchange Server Architecture
• X64 processor requirement
• Windows Server 2008R2,
Windows Server 2012
• Server Roles
• Edge Transport Services
• Unified Messaging
• Client connectivity
• Managed Store
• Content Storage
• Exchange Server Management
Message and Content control
• Message Transport rules
• Classifications
• New and improved Outlook webapp
• Mobile clients and improved security
Installing Exchange Server 2013
Hardware requirements
• CPU, RAM, Hard disk, Network
Operating System requirements
• Windows 7,8, Server 2008R2,
Server 2012, Server 2012R2
Active Directory requirements
• IIS Role services
Installation and Preparation
requirements
• Microsoft Unified Message Service 4.0
Installation of Exchange Server
Post installation configuration steps
Server roles and configurations
Roles and role services
Exchange server 2013 Server roles
• Mailbox server
• Client Access Server
Basics of recipient’s management
• Mailbox enabled users
• Mail enabled users
Managing Mailboxes and mail
• Creating Mailbox enabled user,
Mail enabled user, Mail contact,
Distribution group, Public folder
and Public folder mailbox
• Adding Multiple Email addresses
• Creating shared mailbox
Applying Restrictions &
Limits on user
• Message delivery restrictions
• Message size restriction on user
• Recipients limits on a user
• Storage quotas on user mailbox
Creating & managing mailbox
Planning mailbox storage
• Maximum database sizes
• Determining the number of DB
Managing mailbox databases
• Viewing, Creating user mailboxes
• Creating migration batch of user
mailboxes to different Databases
• Enabling archive mailbox to
mailbox enabled user
Managing Transport
• Configuring transport rules
• Creating delivery reports
Managing Journals
• Configuring journal rules
• Assigning in place eDiscovery &
hold permission to the user
• Configuring Auditing & recipient
management admin role Group
The client access server Role
Services that CAS provides
• Outlook webApp
• EAC
• Outlook/Outlook anywhere
Managing connectivity
with transport services
• Message routing in the company
• Sending and receiving Email
Securing Exchange Server
Antispam/anti-malware tools
• Creating antimalware filters