Creating and Managing Exchange Server 2003 Administrative Groups

Exchange Server 2003 Administrative Groups are created to group and maintain Exchange objects for reasons of permissions management and administrative distribution. For example, if an organization is based in three locations worldwide with three groups of Exchange administrators in each location, three separate Administrative Groups can be created and managed by each location to maintain servers and policies in the separate Administrative Groups.

Exchange Server 2003 Administrative Groups are used to manage and maintain Routing Group containers, chat networks, public folder containers, and system policies. Each of these containers can house multiple objects and each can be managed ...

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