Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Pocket Consultant: Configuration & Clients

Book description

Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers ready answers for administering configuration and clients in Exchange Server 2013. Zero in on core tasks through quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. You'll get the focused information you need to save time and get the job done-whether at your desk or in the field.

Coverage includes:

  • Deploying Exchange Server 2013

  • Administration essentials

  • Using Exchange Management Shell

  • Managing Exchange clients

  • User and contact administration

  • Mailbox administration

  • Working with Distribution Groups and Address Lists

  • Implementing security

  • Table of contents

    1. Dedication
    2. Introduction
      1. Who is this book for?
      2. How is this book organized?
      3. Conventions used in this book
      4. Other resources
      5. Errata & book support
      6. We want to hear from you
      7. Stay in touch
    3. 1. Exchange Server 2013 administration overview
      1. Getting started with Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online
      2. Exchange Server 2013 and your hardware
      3. Exchange Server 2013 editions
      4. Exchange Server and Windows
        1. Services for Exchange Server
        2. Exchange Server authentication and security
        3. Exchange Server security groups
      5. Exchange Server and Active Directory
        1. Understanding how Exchange stores information
        2. Understanding how Exchange routes messages
      6. Exchange Online and Office 365
      7. Using the graphical administration tools
      8. Using Exchange Management Shell
    4. 2. Deploying Exchange Server 2013
      1. Exchange Server messaging roles
        1. Understanding Exchange Server messaging roles
        2. Deploying Mailbox servers: The essentials
        3. Deploying Client Access servers: The essentials
        4. Deploying Transport services: The essentials
        5. Deploying unified messaging: The essentials
      2. Integrating Exchange server roles with Active Directory
        1. Using Mailbox servers with Active Directory
        2. Using Client Access servers with Active Directory
        3. Using Unified Messaging with Active Directory
        4. Using Edge Transport servers with Active Directory
      3. Integrating Exchange Server 2013 into existing Exchange organizations
        1. Coexistence and Active Directory
        2. Configuring Exchange Server 2013 for use with existing Exchange organizations
        3. Setting the default Offline Address Book
        4. Moving to Exchange Server 2013
      4. Running and modifying Exchange Server 2013 Setup
        1. Installing new Exchange servers
        2. Installing Exchange Server
        3. Verifying and completing the installation
        4. Adding, modifying, or uninstalling server roles
      5. Understanding cumulative updates and service packs
        1. Working with cumulative updates and service packs
        2. Applying cumulative updates and service packs
        3. Tracking Exchange Server version numbers
        4. Using security updates with cumulative updates and service packs
      6. Installing cumulative updates and service packs
        1. Preparing to install a cumulative update or service pack
        2. Installing a cumulative update or service pack
    5. 3. Exchange administration essentials
      1. Accessing and using Exchange Admin Center
        1. Accessing Exchange Admin Center
        2. Authenticating and proxying connections
        3. Working with Exchange Server certificates
        4. Configuring Exchange Admin Center
      2. Bypassing Exchange Admin Center and troubleshooting
        1. Understanding remote execution in Exchange Admin Center
        2. Bypassing Exchange Admin Center and Exchange Management Shell
        3. Troubleshooting Outlook Web App, ECP, PowerShell, and More
        4. Resolving SSL certificate issues
        5. Resolving Outlook Web App, ECP, or other virtual directory issues
      3. Validating Exchange Server licensing
      4. Using and managing Exchange services
        1. Working with Exchange services
        2. Checking required services
        3. Starting, stopping, and pausing Exchange Server services
        4. Configuring service startup
        5. Configuring service recovery
        6. Customizing Remote Management services
    6. 4. Using Exchange Management Shell
      1. Using Windows PowerShell
        1. Introducing Windows PowerShell
        2. Running and using Windows PowerShell
        3. Running and using cmdlets
        4. Running and using other commands and utilities
      2. Working with cmdlets
        1. Using Windows PowerShell cmdlets
        2. Using cmdlet parameters
        3. Understanding cmdlet errors
        4. Using cmdlet aliases
      3. Working with Exchange Management Shell
        1. Running and using Exchange Management Shell
          1. Managing the PowerShell application
          2. Customizing Exchange Management Shell
          3. Performing one-to-many remote management
          4. Troubleshooting Exchange Management Shell
        2. Working with Exchange cmdlets
        3. Working with object sets and redirecting output
      4. Using a manual remote shell to work with Exchange
        1. Preparing to use the remote shell
        2. Connecting manually to Exchange 2013 servers
        3. Connecting manually to Exchange Online
        4. Managing remote sessions
    7. 5. Managing Exchange Server 2013 clients
      1. Configuring mail support for Outlook
        1. Understanding address lists, offline address books, and autodiscover
        2. Configuring Outlook for the first time
          1. First-time configuration: Connecting to Exchange Server
          2. First-time configuration: Connecting to Internet email servers
        3. Configuring Outlook for Exchange
        4. Adding Internet mail accounts to Outlook
        5. Repairing and changing Outlook mail accounts
      2. Leaving mail on the server with POP3
      3. Checking private and public folders with IMAP4 and UNIX mail servers
      4. Managing the Exchange configuration in Outlook
        1. Managing delivery and processing email messages
          1. Using server mailboxes
          2. Using personal folders
            1. Determining the Presence of Personal Folders
            2. Creating New or Opening Existing Personal Folders
            3. Delivering Mail to Personal Folders
        2. Repairing .pst data files
        3. Repairing .ost data files
        4. Accessing multiple Exchange mailboxes
          1. Logging on to Exchange as the mailbox owner
          2. Delegating mailbox access
          3. Opening additional Exchange mailboxes
        5. Granting permission to access folders without delegating access
      5. Using mail profiles to customize the mail environment
        1. Creating, copying, and removing mail profiles
        2. Selecting a specific profile to use on startup
    8. 6. User and contact administration
      1. Understanding users and contacts
      2. Understanding the basics of email routing
      3. Understanding on-premises and online recipient management
      4. Managing user accounts and mail features
        1. Finding existing mailboxes, contacts, and groups
        2. Finding synced, unlicensed, inactive, and blocked users
        3. Creating mailbox-enabled and mail-enabled user accounts
          1. Understanding logon names and passwords
          2. Creating mail-enabled user accounts
          3. Mail-enabling existing user accounts
          4. Managing mail-enabled user accounts
          5. Creating domain user accounts with mailboxes
          6. Creating online user accounts with mailboxes
        4. Adding mailboxes to existing domain user accounts
        5. Setting or changing the common name and logon name for domain user accounts
        6. Setting or changing contact information for user accounts
        7. Changing logon ID or logon domain for online users
        8. Changing a user’s Exchange Server alias and display name
        9. Adding, changing, and removing email and other addresses
        10. Setting a default reply address for a user account
        11. Changing a user’s web, wireless service, and protocol options
        12. Requiring domain user accounts to change passwords
        13. Deleting mailboxes from user accounts
        14. Deleting user accounts and their mailboxes
      5. Managing contacts
        1. Creating mail-enabled contacts
        2. Setting or changing a contact’s name and alias
        3. Setting additional directory information for contacts
        4. Changing email addresses associated with contacts
        5. Disabling contacts and removing Exchange attributes
        6. Deleting contacts
    9. 7. Mailbox administration
      1. Creating special-purpose mailboxes
        1. Using room and equipment mailboxes
        2. Creating room mailboxes
        3. Creating equipment mailboxes
        4. Creating linked mailboxes
        5. Creating forwarding mailboxes
        6. Creating and using archive mailboxes
          1. Creating in-place archives
          2. Creating online archives
          3. Managing archive settings
        7. Creating arbitration mailboxes
        8. Creating Discovery mailboxes
        9. Creating shared mailboxes
        10. Creating public folder mailboxes
      2. Managing mailboxes: The essentials
        1. Viewing current mailbox size, message count, and last logon
        2. Configuring apps for mailboxes
        3. Hiding mailboxes from address lists
        4. Defining custom mailbox attributes for address lists
        5. Restoring on-premises users and mailboxes
        6. Restoring online users and mailboxes
        7. Repairing mailboxes
      3. Moving mailboxes
        1. Importing and exporting mail data
        2. Performing on-premises mailbox moves and migrations
        3. Performing on-premises mailbox moves
          1. Moving mailboxes within a single forest
          2. Moving mailboxes between forests
      4. Configuring mailbox delivery restrictions, permissions, and storage limits
        1. Setting message size restrictions for contacts
        2. Setting message size restrictions on delivery to and from individual mailboxes
        3. Setting send and receive restrictions for contacts
        4. Setting message send and receive restrictions on individual mailboxes
        5. Permitting others to access a mailbox
        6. Forwarding email to a new address
        7. Setting storage restrictions on mailbox and archives
        8. Setting deleted item retention time on individual mailboxes
    10. 8. Working with distribution groups and address lists
      1. Using security and distribution groups
        1. Group types, scope, and identifiers
        2. When to use security and standard distribution groups
        3. When to use dynamic distribution groups
      2. Working with security and standard distribution groups
        1. Group naming policy
          1. Understanding group naming policy
          2. Defining group naming policy for your organization
          3. Defining blocked words in group naming policy
        2. Creating security and standard distribution groups
          1. Creating a new group
          2. Mail-enabling universal security groups
        3. Assigning and removing membership for individual users, groups, and contacts
        4. Adding and removing managers
        5. Configuring member restrictions and moderation
      3. Working with dynamic distribution groups
        1. Creating dynamic distribution groups
        2. Changing query filters and filter conditions
        3. Designating an expansion server
        4. Modifying dynamic distribution groups using cmdlets
        5. Previewing dynamic distribution group membership
      4. Other essential tasks for managing groups
        1. Changing a group’s name information
        2. Changing, adding, or deleting a group’s email addresses
        3. Hiding groups from Exchange address lists
        4. Setting usage restrictions on groups
        5. Creating moderated groups
        6. Deleting groups
      5. Managing online address lists
        1. Using default address lists
        2. Using address book policies
        3. Creating and applying new address lists
        4. Configuring clients to use address lists
        5. Updating address list configuration and membership throughout the domain
        6. Previewing and editing address lists
        7. Renaming and deleting address lists
      6. Managing offline address books
        1. Creating offline address books
        2. Configuring clients to use an offline address book
        3. Designating OAB generation servers and schedules
        4. Rebuilding the OAB manually
        5. Setting the default offline address book
        6. Changing offline address book properties
        7. Deleting offline address books
    11. 9. Implementing Exchange security
      1. Configuring standard permissions for Exchange
        1. Assigning Exchange Server and Exchange Online permissions
        2. Understanding the Exchange management groups
        3. Assigning management permissions to users and groups
        4. Understanding advanced Exchange Server permissions
        5. Assigning advanced Exchange Server permissions
      2. Configuring role-based permissions for Exchange
        1. Understanding role-based permissions
        2. Creating and managing role groups
        3. Viewing, adding, or removing role group members
        4. Assigning roles directly or via policy
        5. Configuring account management permissions
      3. Performing advanced permissions management
        1. Creating custom roles
        2. Creating custom role scopes
        3. Creating custom role entries
      4. Using shared and split permissions
        1. Shared permissions
        2. Split permissions
    12. A. About the Author
    13. Index
    14. About the Author
    15. Copyright

    Product information

    • Title: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Pocket Consultant: Configuration & Clients
    • Author(s): William R. Stanek
    • Release date: August 2013
    • Publisher(s): Microsoft Press
    • ISBN: 9780735681675