E-mail configuration for the System Administrator.
Windows 2000 users will find Configuring Exchange Server 2000 valuable for its coverage of all the popular e-mail clients, such as Outlook and Outlook Express. In addition, System and E-Mail Administrators will find the coverage of large system E-Mail Providers such as Exchange indispensable.
Configuring Exchange Server 2000 focuses on e-mail configuration from the standpoint of the system administrator. It covers installation and management of all the major email programs, as well as covering mobile email, web-based email, email security and implementation of email within multinational companies.
- Covers the full range of e-mail security features
- Avoids theory and deals in specific safeguards and solutions that are readily available to users
Foreword Chapter 1 What’s New in Exchange 2000 Introduction Product Versions and Components Exchange 2000 Server Exchange 2000 Enterprise Server Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server Overview of Features Windows 2000 and Active Directory Integration Server Features Routing and Networking Features Client Features Development Changes and Features Advanced Concepts and Implementations Exchange 2000 Resource Requirements Exchange 2000 Resource Minimum Requirements Exchange 2000 Resource Recommended Requirements Exchange 2000 Licensing Summary FAQs Chapter 2 Active Directory Integration with Exchange 2000 Introduction Why Use Exchange 2000 on Active Directory The Role of Active Directory in Exchange 2000 Understanding Active Directory Architecture Hierarchical Structure Storage Internet Standard Protocols Replication Policies Working with the Architectural Details Planning for Active Directory Sizing Domain Controllers Exchange Server’s Impact on Designs Forest Domains/DNS Organizational Units Sites Implementing Active Directory and Exchange 2000 DCPromo Active Directory Connector ForestPrep DomainPrep Setting Up Your Active Directory Troubleshooting Exchange 2000 during Implementation Problems with the DNS Active Directory Connector ForestPrep and Site Configuration Removing an Exchange Server from the Active Directory More Information Summary FAQs Chapter 3 Security Applications that Enhance Exchange 2000 Introduction Understanding Your Security Needs What Needs to Be Protected? W
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