Monitoring and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003


  • Mike Daugherty, Dallas, TX. Manager of the Microsoft Consulting Resource Unit for the Central Region as well as a Senior Solution Architect and Program Manager with HP Consulting and Integration Services

This authoritative book teaches IT professionals responsible for Exchange messaging systems how to efficiently manage the program's many and complex system capabilities and features. Once you've designed and implemented a messaging system, the bulk of the day-to-day work involves monitoring to ensure an optimum traffic flow, accomplished by continuously reviewing and fine-tuning dozens of system specifications and components. Monitoring and Managing Microsoft Exchange 2003 teaches readers proven and innovative techniques, tools, and procedures for managing and optimizing systems of all sizes and types built on Exchange 2003. Based on the author's own twenty years of messaging system experience and the collective experience of HP, the leading implementer of Exchange Server systems, this book will be a leading resource for Exchange administrators and designers.
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Exchange system managers and administrators who are responsible for maintaining the user and mailbox accounts; help desk workers who must quickly solve reported problems; Exchange architects and designers


Book information

  • Published: March 2004
  • Imprint: DIGITAL PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-1-55558-302-6

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 — Introduction Chapter 2 - Preparing to Manage Exchange 2003Chapter 3 - Operations FrameworksChapter 4 - Management and Monitoring ToolsChapter 5 - Managing the Exchange Organization Chapter 6 - Managing Exchange ServersChapter 7 - Managing E-mail Connectivity EnvironmentsChapter 8 - Managing RecipientsChapter 9 - Addresses, Address Lists, and Offline Address ListsChapter 10 - Backup and Recovery OperationsChapter 11 - Virus and SPAM ProtectionChapter 12 - Monitoring ExchangeChapter 13 - Microsoft Operations ManagerChapter 14 - Proactive Administration Summary