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Managing Mailboxes, Groups, & Other Objects: EXCERPT from Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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Chapter 1. Mailbox Management

Seeking perfection halts progress

Managing Recipients

The need for mailboxes

Naming mailboxes

Creating new mailboxes

Mailbox resources provisioning management agent

Setting mailbox quotas

Removing or disabling mailboxes

Reconnecting mailboxes

Discovery mailboxes

Health mailboxes

Setting mailbox permissions

Shared mailboxes

Recalling messages

Moderated recipients

Mail-enabled contacts

Mail users

Resource mailboxes

Enough about mailboxes

There’s not much point in running an email system unless people can use it to communicate. Learning how to use the tools available to manage these objects is a fundamental first step in this process. Microsoft has justifiably been criticized in the past for making Exchange Server complex to manage, largely ...

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