Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: The Complete Reference

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-04-28
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Your complete guide to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Here is a fully overhauled, authoritative guide to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, the latest version of the premier Windows messaging system. You will learn to install and configure Exchange Server 2007; manage e-mail, shared calendars, and tasks; set up mobile and Web-based accounts; and optimize performance. Tips for migrating from existing systems as well as implementing security are also included.

Author Biography

Richard Luckett is the president of SYSTMS of New York, a consulting and services firm specializing in Information Technology. He is a recipient of the Exchange MVP Award from Microsoft.

Table of Contents

Exchange Server 2007 Fundamentals
Introduction to Exchange Server 2007
Active Directory Integration
x64-bit Computing
Exchange Server 2007Architectural Review
Designing and Deploying Exchange Server 2007
Designing an Exchange Server 2007 Infrastructure
Transport and Routing
Installing Exchange Server 2007
Transitioning and Migrating
Administering Exchange Server 2007
Administering Mailbox Servers
Administering Hub and Edge Transport
Administering Client Access Server
Administering Unified Messaging Services
Exchange Clients and SharePoint
Administering Recipients
Outlook 2007
Outlook Web Access 2007
Unified Communications and Collaboration
Administering Models
Regulatory Compliance
Securing E-mail
Perimeter Security
E-mail Continuity
High Availability
Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery
Maintenance and Optimization
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