Summary

In the previous chapter, you learned how to assess the needs of your organization. In this chapter, you learned how to put that to use in designing an Exchange organization. The design of an organization happens at two distinct levels: the organizational level and the server level. At the organization level, you learned how to establish a naming convention, plan public folders, and plan gateways. At the server level, you learned how to plan for the major hardware subsystems of a server: disk, processor, memory, and network.

Part II of this book, "Planning Your Deployment," has shown you how to collect and use information about your situation when planning your Exchange organization. Chapter 6, begins Part III, which looks at the deployment ...

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