MCTS: Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Configuration Study Guide: Exam 70-236
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Chapter 1: Exchange Server 2007 and Active Directory Review.
Chapter 2: Preparing for the Exchange Server 2007 Installation.
Chapter 3: Installing Exchange Server 2007.
Chapter 4: Configuring Exchange Server Roles.
Chapter 5: Configuring the Exchange Security Infrastructure.
Chapter 6: Configuring and Managing Exchange Recipients.
Chapter 7: Configuring Exchange Server Rules and Policies.
Chapter 8: Configuring and Managing Client Connectivity and Public Folders.
Chapter 9: Managing and Maintaining the Exchange Organization.
Chapter 10: Creating, Managing Highly Available Exchange Server Solutions.
Chapter 11: Disaster Recovery Operations for Exchange Server.
Chapter 12: Monitoring and Reporting on the Exchange Server Infrastructure.
Kevin Miller is an Exchange architect currently working for 3Sharp after leaving the Exchange team at Microsoft and the professional services consulting arm of Dell. Kevin has been involved with Exchange since the beginning, pre-Microsoft, when it was known as Network Courier. Before joining the Exchange team at Microsoft, Kevin was an Exchange MVP for a number of years and is still very involved in the Exchange communities. Kevin currently resides in Woodinville, Washington, with his wife Coraleigh and his son Trenton.
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Exchange Server 2007 is Microsoft’s brand-new certification that is both a one-exam certification, granting students the MCTS designation, and an entry exam for both the IT professional developer and IT professional administrator certifications.
This comprehensive study guide offers students a solid introduction to both the development and administrative aspects of Exchange Server 2007.
Topics include: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Exchange Server 12; Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting the Exchange Organization; Managing Security in the Exchange Environment ; Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists; Consolidation of varied methods of email retrieval: PDAs, BlackBerry devices, smart phones; Scalability due to increased size and volume of customers' messages; Migrating from previous versions of Exchange to Exchange 12.
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