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Microsoft Exchange 2000 Implementation Tutorial

Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server provides an ideal messaging and collaboration environment for small to large businesses and enterprises. Exchange 2000 integrates seamlessly with the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server operating system utilizing the benefits of Server 2000’s built in Active Directory Services. In this, the first in a two part series, author Mark Long will show users how to implement and manage Exchange 2000. The second title in this series will cover Exchange in the Enterprise. Click on one of the movie topics below to start learning!

Introduction To Microsoft Exchange 2000

Course Overview
Electronic Mail History
Exchange History pt. 1
Exchange History pt. 2
Exchange 2000 Editions
Exchange 2000 Improvements
Exchange 2003
Shared-File Systems
Client-Server Systems

Email Technologies

SMTP Basics
SMTP Example

Active Directory

What is Active Directory?
How AD & Exchange Work Together pt. 1
How AD & Exchange Work Together pt. 2

Installing Microsoft Exchange 2000

Exchange Requirements
Installation Homework
Forest Prep pt. 1
Forest Prep pt. 2
Domain Prep pt. 1
Domain Prep pt. 2
Installing Exchange 2000 pt. 1
Installing Exchange 2000 pt. 2
Installation and AD Review
Native or Mixed?

Exchange Operation Basics

Exchange in Action pt. 1
Exchange in Action pt. 2
Key Exchange Services
Administrative Groups
Creating Administrative Groups
Routing Groups
Creating Routing Groups

Administering Exchange

Administrative Tools
Microsoft Management Console
Exchange System Manager
System Manager Layout
AD Administration Tool
Active Directory Schema
Active Directory Users And Computers

Data Storage

Exchange Data Storage Basics
Exchange Store Basics
Exchange Storage Group Basics
Transaction Logs
Using Multiple Stores
Creating Storage Groups
Creating Stores
Data Storage Considerations


Recipient Basics
Creating Mailbox-Enabled Users
Exchange Tasks Wizard
Creating Mail-Enable Users
Creating Mail-Enabled Contacts
Creating Mail-Enabled Groups

Configuring Exchange

Configuring Mailboxes
Configuring E-mail Addresses
Mailbox Permissions
Moving Mailboxes
Configuring Mail-Enabled Groups
Configuring Contacts

Configuring Clients

Client Configuration

Public Folders

What are Public Folders? pt. 1
What are Public Folders? pt. 2
Creating Public Folders
Administering Public Folders
Public Folder Trees
Administrative Issues
Configuring Public Stores
Mail Enabling Public Folders
Native/Mixed Public Folders
Public Folder Permissions

Message Routing

What is Message Routing?
Mixed/Native Routing Groups
Bridgehead Servers
Routing Group Connector
SMTP Connector
X.400 Connector
Determinine Message Route

Outlook Web Access

What is OWA?
OWA Clients
OWA Under The Hood

Instant Messaging

Instant Messaging Basics
Network Considerations

Monitoring Exchange

Monitoring Tools
What To Monitor
Information Store Monitoring
SMTP Performance Monitoring
Exchange 5.5 IM Performance
Disk Subsystem Monitoring
Memory Monitoring
Processor Monitoring
Network Monitoring

Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery Basics
What Should I Back Up?
Using Windows Backup
Verifying Backups
Restoring Exchange
Best Practices


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