Special Edition Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 emphasizes integrating Exchange with the Internet, as well as extending its functionality into the area of collaboration. The authoring team from Software Spectrum provides both the theory and the best practices when working with Exchange. Specifically, Kent Joshi, a Managing Consultant draws upon his 13 years of corporate experience including his work at Microsoft, IBM, and his own company to cut through the hype and get down to nuts and bolts. In addition, this edition features additional coverage of undocumented features, workarounds, and practical (and unapologetic) advice for avoiding features that don't work well.
Introducing Exchange 2000 Server. How This Book Was Authored. What's New in Exchange 2000? Conventions Used in This Book.
I. INTRODUCING EXCHANGE 2000 SERVER.1. Introducing Exchange 2000 Server.
The History of Messaging.
A Chronology of Messaging. Understanding Shared-File Messaging. Understanding Client/Server Messaging.
Overview of Exchange's Core Components. What's New in Exchange 2000?
Active Directory Integration. IIS 5.0 Extensions. Virtual Servers. Storage Enhancements. Administrative Enhancements. Client Enhancements. Application Development Enhancements. Exchange Conference Server.
Exchange's Momentum in the Marketplace and Within Microsoft.2. Understanding Exchange 2000's Hierarchy.
Exchange 2000 Organization. Understanding Exchange 2000 Administrative Groups.
When to Add an Administrative Group. Creating Administrative Groups.
Understanding Exchange 2000 Routing Groups. Administrating Routing Groups.
Criteria to Be a Member of the Same Routing Group. Multiple Routing Groups.
Routing Groups and Public Folders. Exchange 2000 Policies. Message Transport in Exchange 2000. Key SMTP Components. Basic Message Flow.
Exchange 2000 Message Routing. How Messages Are Routed.
Using Mail-Enabled Recipients. Best Practices.
Design Phase Considerations. Post-Implementation Suggestions for Troubleshooting.3. Exchange's Core Components.
Design Goals. Architecture Similarities. Terminology Changes. Architecture Changes. Directory Services. Directory Access. Transport Services. IIS Integration. Distributed Configurations.
Addressing with Exchange 2000.
Address Generation. Directory Connectivity. Address Lists.
Active Directory Users and Computers.
Creating Users. Creating Groups. Creating Contacts. Managing Users. Managing Groups. Managing Contacts.
DS Referral. Configuration of Diagnostic Logging.4. Integrating Exchange 2000 with Windows 2000.
Windows 2000 Core Functionality.
Windows 2000 Server. Windows 2000 Advanced Server.
The Windows 2000 Security Model. Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 Integration.
Active Directory. Transport. Name Resolution. Exchange 2000 Integration with Windows 2000 Security. Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
Windows 2000 Key