Author: Tony Redmond
Publisher: Digital Press
Release Date: 1998
Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5: Planning, Design and Implementation describes the best practices used during the planning, design, and implementation phases of projects to deploy Microsoft Exchange Server. It incorporates the author's general expertise gained from 16 years working with corporate messaging systems as well as experience gained from enterprise-level projects around the world, including Digital's own deployment of 55,000 Exchange clients across 160 servers. The new functionality of Exchange V5.5 is covered, but the real values lies in the pragmatic and practical attitude taken to solving the problems posed by large-scale implementations of any messaging system. This book shows system designers, implementation teams, and e-mail administrators what Exchange V5.5 is capable of and where it needs human assistance to succeed. Covers Exchange 5.5 SP1 and advanced security and message journaling Describes best practice used during the planning, design and implementation phases of deploying Microsoft Exchange Server Foreword by Elaine K. Sharp, Worldwide Messaging Server Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation, March 1992 to October 1996
Author: Tony Redmond
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Business & Economics
A guide to the latest version of All-In-1 for new and experienced users. All-In-1: Managing and Programming in V3.0 assists both new and experienced All-In-1 system managers and programmers to make the best use of All-In-1 V3.0 - the biggest single release since of All-In-1 since V2.0 (1985): * How to best use the facilities, functionality, and opportunities that V3.0 provides * How to upgrade smoothly to V3.0 - with minimum effort * A look at exciting possibilities that the latest batch of desktop clients represent, and opinions on their deployment alongside IOS
This content is a direct excerpt of Chapters 5 and 6 from the book Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox & High Availability (ISBN 9780735678583). This concise ebook is offered independently of the larger book for those seeking specific, focused information on managing mailboxes, groups, and other objects in Exchange Server 2013. Directly excerpts Chapters 5 and 6 from the book Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox & High Availability Offered as concise, standalone content for Exchange professionals looking for narrowly focused reference or specific problem-solving information on managing mailboxes, groups, and other objects Written by award-winning author Tony Redmond, MVP for Exchange Server
Author: Tony Redmond
Publisher: Digital Press
Release Date: 2003
Providing thorough coverage of implementation, migration and management issues for Exchange 2000 and 2003, this book also describes the best practices of one of the largest Exchange consulting groups outside Microsoft. This revised edition features key updates based on two years of consulting practices from Exchange 2000 service packs and the new Exchange 2003 (code name Titanium) release. It also offers expanded coverage of performance and updated coverage of clustering issues. It has been cleared of out-of-date material and the coverage of basic introductory material has been streamlined. *Expanded coverage of SharePoint Portal server MS Office XP and .Net (Dot Net) issues *Revised and updated coverage of clustering issues *Streamlined coverage of basic introductory material
THIS BOOK: ...provides you with answers to all these questions, and more... *how good is Exchange server ? *how can I connect it to other systems ? *what items should feature in a pilot implementation ? *how can I migrate from my existing system ? *what steps do I have to take to lay the basis for a successful implementation ? Microsoft Exchange Server is the premier electronic messaging product for Windows NT. Exchange Server builds on Microsoft's success with Microsoft Mail (over 7 million clients connected to over 40,000 post offices) and sets new standards for messaging systems. Exchange's one-seamless integration into the Windows NT operating system, seat system administration, high-powered transactional information store, extensive range of user features, and powerful connection engine to other messaging systems make Exchange Server a product that anyone interested in electronic messaging should know something about. Exchange offers excellent scaleability from a single server handling 50 users to a distributed network of systems to serve many thousands. The product can be installed in under half an hour, but that's just the start of the "Exchange experience". Knowing what to do next, how to plan a successful implementation, and the black holes that exist for the unwary to fall into are all items that wise implementers seek to establish before they begin. THIS BOOK : is for people interested in deploying Microsoft's electronic messaging and groupware server in the distributed environments commonly encountered in large corporations. The book focuses in on the challenges encountered by those involved in the design, implementation, and support of corporate messaging systems and offers many helpful suggestions to overcome the challenges.
Exchange 2007 represents the biggest advance in the history of Microsoft Exchange Server technology. Given Exchange's leap to x64 architecture and its wide array of new features, it isn't surprising that the SP1 release of 2007 would be particularly robust in terms of hotfixes, security enhancements and additional functionality. Tony Redmond's upgraded edition of his popular Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 bible features extensive coverage of the significant changes and additions offered with SP1. Every chapter has been updated, with particular focus on the most pivotal aspects of SP1, including: *install enabling on Windows Server 2008 *IVp6 support *Unified Messaging inclusion *EMC enhancements *Client Access Improvements for Outlook Web Access and Activesync *New user interfaces for POP3 and IMAP4 *System resource monitoring and message routing improvements *New features for the mailbox server role *.pst file data managment improvements *new high-availability features *optimization for mobile access *and much more! *Complete coverage of all the updates in SP1 ensure admins skip the initial 2007 release's bugs and upgrade with ease *Written by HP Services CTO Tony Redmond, the world's most trusted author of Exchange books for over a decade *250+ pages of updates throughout, including totally new sections on Windows 2008 compatibility, Microsoft Yona, Windows Mobile 6 and 6.1 devices, Apple iPhone, and more!
This content is a direct excerpt of Chapter 11 from the book Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox & High Availability. This concise ebook is offered independently of the larger book for those seeking specific, focused information on compliance management and support in Exchange Server 2013. Directly excerpts Chapter 11 from the book Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox & High Availability Offered as concise, standalone content for Exchange professionals looking for narrowly focused reference or specific problem-solving information on compliance issues and features Written by award-winning author Tony Redmond, MVP for Exchange Server
With over 40% new and revised material throughout the book, this updated version provides thorough coverage of implementation, migration and management issues for Exchange 2000 and 2003, all backed up by best practices developed by HP, Microsoft’s only world-wide Prime Integrator for Exchange. The best and most comprehensive coverage of Exchange from the Chief Technology Officer of HP Services, Microsoft’s only worldwide Prime Integrator for Windows and Exchange. - With over 40% new and revised material throughout the book, this updated version provides thorough coverage of implementation, migration and management issues for Exchange 2000 and 2003, all backed up by best practices developed by HP, Microsoft's only world-wide Prime Integrator for Exchange. - New coverage of Exchange Intelligent Message Filter - Revised and updated coverage of best practices for the design, deployment, and operation of Exchange 2003 - Comprehensive treatment of major issues facing email deployments, including anti-virus and anti-spam techniques - Review of Microsoft's future strategy for Exchange since dropping the Kodiak approach
Author: Tony Redmond
Publisher: Digital Press
Release Date: 2011-04-08
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 marks the biggest advancement in the history of the Exchange Product group. The completely re-engineered server system will change the face of how IT administrators approach Exchange. Tony Redmond, one of the world’s most acclaimed Exchange experts, offers insider insight from the very basics of the newly transformed architecture to understanding the nuances of the new and improved Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 3.0 and the two new administrative interfaces—the Exchange Management Console (EMC) and the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). How Exchange works with Active Directory How the new management model works How to use the Exchange Management Shell to automate administrative operations How Outlook, Outlook Web Access, and Windows Mobile clients work with Exchange How Exchange 2007 message routing differs from previous versions How to help your users to use Exchange intelligently How to select hardware for Exchange 2007
Dive into Exchange Server 2010 and SP1—and discover how to really put your messaging solutions to work! This well-organized and in-depth reference packs all the details you need to deploy and manage Exchange 2010, including hundreds of timesaving solutions, expert tips, and workarounds. Topics include preparing for the deployment of Exchange 2010; new features of Service Pack 1; using Remote PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell; understanding how the new Role Based Access Control (RBAC) permissions model works and how to customize it to your requirements; the new high availability model for the Exchange Store and how to approach designs for Database Availability Groups; using compliance features such as archive mailboxes, retention policies, and multi-mailbox discovery searches; the new role of the Client Access Server as the MAPI endpoint for Microsoft Outlook clients; the redesign of Outlook Web App (OWA) and the introduction of the Exchange Control Panel; and many more topics to ease the roll-out of Microsoft’s latest messaging server.
With a focus on mailbox and high availability features, this book delivers the ultimate, in-depth reference to IT professionals planning and managing an Exchange Server 2013 deployment. Guided by Tony Redmond, a Microsoft MVP and award-winning author, you will: Understand major changes to Exchange Server architecture Get inside insights for planning your upgrade or deployment Examine the new web-based Exchange admin center (EAC) Take a deep dive into configuring mailboxes, distribution groups, and contacts; planning and managing the Managed Store; database availability groups; mailbox replication service; compliance, data leakage, and data loss prevention; site mailboxes; modern public folders
$120 value for $89.99; two books by three of the industry's top experts, with over 2,200 pages of invaluable tips and referential information for system administrators and IT professionals. The two books included in this kit are: 9780735640610 Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out 9780735627192 Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices Learn from the best team of experts how to deploy and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 with SP1. Designed for messaging engineers and administrators, this definitive resource set features hundreds of timesaving solutions, expert insights, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds for designing, deploying, and managing Exchange Server 2010 in-depth.
This content is a direct excerpt of Chapters 8 and 9 from the book Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox & High Availability (ISBN 9780735678583). This concise ebook is offered independently of the larger book for Exchange administrators seeking specific, focused information on managing the Store and database availability groups (DAG). Directly excerpts Chapters 8 and 9 from the book Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox & High Availability Offered as concise, standalone content for Exchange professionals looking for narrowly focused reference or specific problem-solving information on managing the Store and DAG Written by award-winning author Tony Redmond, MVP for Exchange Server