Managing Exchange Server 2013
After installing Exchange Server 2013 and bringing it into production, it’s time to manage your Exchange 2013 environment. You have to add new mailboxes, delete mailboxes, maybe add additional mailbox databases, or move mailbox databases to another location, just to name a few such tasks. Maybe you want to add additional services, like public folders, resource mailboxes, or linked mailboxes—or at one point, you may have to troubleshoot your Exchange Server 2013 environment.
In the previous chapters I described several ways of managing the various resources, and in this chapter I discuss these tools again, ...