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    • Managing Exchange Server Mailboxes

      Managing Exchange Server Mailboxes

      Management Tools for Administering Exchange Server The Active Directory Users and Computers Management Console The Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in is extended to support the management of mailbox configurations and settings. The Active Directory Users and Computers management console is the central tool used for creating and managing user account and computer account objects

    • Managing Exchange Server Connectivity Across Firewalls

      Managing Exchange Server Connectivity Across Firewalls

      Using Firewalls To Prevent Unauthorized Access The method, by which you can physically secure the network, is through the usage of firewalls. While firewalls provide some level of physical security, you should bear in mind that firewalls are just barriers which make it difficult for intruders to attack the network. Firewalls are categorized as follows:

    • How to Delete an Exchange Server Mail Box

      How to Delete an Exchange Server Mail Box

      Deleting a Microsoft Exchange Server mail box is a relatively simple five step process. However, it is important to note that the mailbox will remain connected for thirty days after deletion. This is called the “mailbox retention period,” during which users can reconnect their mailbox if needed. Deleting a mailbox will not permanently remove it

    • Exchange Server Maintenance and Management Activities

      Exchange Server Maintenance and Management Activities

      Managing the Different Server Roles The different roles that can be configured for Exchange Server are listed here: Mailbox Store server (back-end server): The mailbox store server is mainly responsible for the following functions: Storing of messages of mail-enabled users. Storing attachments. Storing files and folders. Managing the mailbox store server includes configurations and tasks

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