Chapter 7. Mailbox administration

The difference between a good Microsoft Exchange Server administrator and a great one is the attention he or she pays to mailbox administration. Mailboxes are private storage places for messages you’ve sent and received, and they are created as part of private mailbox databases in Exchange. Mailboxes have many properties that control mail delivery, permissions, and storage limits. You can configure most mailbox settings on a per-mailbox basis. However, with Exchange Online, some settings are configured for all users of the service while other settings are ...

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