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MCITP: Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Messaging Design and Deployment: Study Guide by Rawlinson Rivera

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Chapter 13. Planning the Deployment of Exchange Server 2007 Services

Planning the Deployment of Exchange Server 2007 Services

In this chapter we will look at how to plan the deployment of those Exchange Server 2007 services. We will dive into the requirements that are set for implementing both required and some optional Exchange services. We also will cover the deployment process itself to highlight the procedures to successfully configure your Exchange 2007 organization.

The main subjects in this chapter are as follows:

  • Implementing Autodiscover

  • Implementing Availability service

  • Implementing mobile devices

  • Implementing Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA)

  • Implementing Outlook Anywhere

  • Implementing POP3/IMAP4

  • Implementing public folders

  • Implementing connectors

  • Implementing content indexing

  • Implementing DSAccess

Implementing Autodiscover

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 introduces Autodiscover, a new service that allows Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to automatically discover the configuration information needed to successfully access Exchange Server 2007 features such as Offline Address Book, Unified Messaging, Out-of-Office, and Availability. The Autodiscover service also can provide the same functionality for supported mobile devices, but this depends on the mobile device operating system that you are using.

Note

To find out if your mobile device that supports synchronization with Exchange Server also can take advantage of the Autodiscover service, contact ...

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