Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook


Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook
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  • Deploy Microsoft Exchange 2013 in the real world
  • Understand the key changes with regards to previous versions
  • Design and plan an implementation or migration towards Exchange 2013

Book Details

Language : English
Paperback : 354 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : September 2013
ISBN : 1782170626
ISBN 13 : 9781782170624
Author(s) : Michael Van Horenbeeck, Peter De Tender
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Enterprise Products and Platforms, Cookbooks, Enterprise, Microsoft

Table of Contents

Preface
Chapter 1: Planning an Exchange Server 2013 Infrastructure
Chapter 2: Installing Exchange Server 2013
Chapter 3: Configuring the Client Access Server Role
Chapter 4: Configuring and Managing the Mailbox Server Role
Chapter 5: Configuring External Access
Chapter 6: Implementing and Managing High Availability
Chapter 7: Transitioning to Exchange Server 2013
Chapter 8: Configuring Security and Compliance Features
Chapter 9: Performing Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery
Chapter 10: Implementing Security
Appendix: Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013
Index
    • Chapter 2: Installing Exchange Server 2013
      • Introduction
      • Preparing the Active Directory
      • Installing Exchange 2013 prerequisites
      • Installing Exchange 2013 using the Setup Wizard
      • Installing Exchange 2013 from the command line
      • Verifying the Exchange 2013 installation
      • Introducing the Exchange Admin Center
      • Uninstalling an Exchange 2013 Server or Server role
      • Chapter 3: Configuring the Client Access Server Role
        • Introduction
        • Configuring certificates
        • Configuring Autodiscover
        • Configuring Outlook Anywhere
        • Configuring Outlook Web App
        • Configuring Exchange Web Services
        • Configuring Exchange ActiveSync
        • Configuring ActiveSync Device Access
        • Configuring SMTP
        • Configuring POP and IMAP
        • Using non-Microsoft clients with Exchange Server 2013
        • Chapter 4: Configuring and Managing the Mailbox Server Role
          • Introduction
          • Creating and removing mailbox databases
          • Mounting and dismounting mailbox databases
          • Moving database files to another location
          • Configuring circular logging
          • Creating and removing mailboxes
          • Managing resource mailboxes
          • Configuring mailbox size limits
          • Managing personal archives
          • Assigning mailbox permissions
          • Moving mailboxes to another database
          • Managing public folders
          • Configuring outbound mail flow
          • Configuring accepted domains
          • Configuring message size limits
          • Chapter 5: Configuring External Access
            • Introduction
            • Configuring Exchange workloads for external access
            • Configuring Autodiscover
            • Configuring Outlook Anywhere to support external access
            • Publishing Exchange onto the Internet through TMG 2010
            • Publishing Exchange onto the Internet through UAG 2010 SP3
            • Publishing Exchange 2013 to the Internet without using a reverse proxy solution
            • Chapter 6: Implementing and Managing High Availability
              • Introduction
              • Designing for high availability
              • Creating a highly available Client Access Server infrastructure
              • Load balancing at layer 4 using DNS round robin
              • Load balancing at layer 4 using a single IP address and a load balancer
              • Load balancing at layer 4 using multiple IP addresses and a load balancer
              • Load balancing at layer 7 using a load balancer
              • Creating a highly available mailbox server infrastructure
              • Configuring a DAG
              • Managing a DAG
              • Configuring transport high availability
              • Configuring redundant inbound mail delivery
              • Performing maintenance in a highly available environment
              • Chapter 7: Transitioning to Exchange Server 2013
                • Introduction
                • Installing Exchange 2013 in an existing Exchange organization
                • Performing Exchange 2013 post installation steps
                • Moving mailboxes to Exchange 2013
                • Moving Public Folders to Exchange 2013
                • Post migration steps
                • Performing maintenance in a co-existence scenario
                    • Chapter 10: Implementing Security
                      • Introduction
                      • Configuring role-based access control
                      • Configuring administrator audit logging
                      • Configuring anti-spam and anti-malware features
                      • Appendix: Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013
                        • Exchange, then and now
                        • Exploring some new features in Exchange Server 2013
                        • Understanding the new system architecture
                        • Features removed from Exchange Server 2013
                        • Understanding Exchange 2013 hybrid deployments

                        Michael Van Horenbeeck

                        Michael Van Horenbeeck is a technology consultant, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master (MCSM), and Exchange Server MVP from Belgium, mainly working on projects involving Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Active Directory, and a bit of Lync. Michael has been active in the industry for about 12 years and developed a love for Exchange back in 2000. He is a frequent blogger and a member of the Belgian Unified Communications User Group Pro-Exchange, (www.pro-exchange.be). Besides writing about technology, Michael is a regular contributor to The UC Architects podcast (www.theucarchitects.com) and he speaks regularly at various conferences around the world. You can follow Michael via twitter (@mvanhorenbeeck) or his blog: michaelvh.wordpress.com.

                        Peter De Tender

                        Peter De Tender started his career as an IT professional with over 16 years of experience. Peter has a strong focus on Microsoft Infrastructure technologies, with an expertise in Exchange Server since Version 4.0 back in 1995. He has worked on numerous design and implementation projects in Belgium and with International Customers. He has also worked in SMB environments and on large-scale 50,000 mailbox platforms. Besides doing Exchange consulting, Peter frequently works on general Microsoft Core IO platform integration and consultancy projects as an Infrastructure Architect, mainly working with Windows Server, HyperV, and System Center Operations Manager. Peter is a also a recognized Microsoft Certified Trainer and out of that expertise he is both country lead for Belgium and European Chairman of IAMCT, the International Association of Microsoft Certified Trainers (http://www.iamct.org). He is also a Microsoft Springboard Series member. For the last few years, Peter has been regularly traveling around the world for speaking at international conferences on Microsoft technologies such as MCT Summits NA and EU, TechFuse Minneapolis and Community Day, or for working as a staff member at Microsoft TechEds NA and EU, MMS, and so on. Peter started his career as a database admin for an international organization, where he got his first exposure to with Windows Server NT4 back in 1996. He decided to work as an IT engineer on Windows Server, and never looked back. Having worked for some of the largest IT organizations in Belgium, he became the managing partner of a Microsoft technology oriented company in Belgium having 25 high-skilled consultants under his wings. Peter is now working as an independent and has also his own company out of which he is available for hire for giving training, coaching, consulting ,or speaking at your conference. As a technical writer for TrainSignal (http://www.trainsignal.com) and Petri Knowledgebase (http://www.petri.co.il), Peter writes many technical how-to articles on a multitude of Microsoft products, always with a twist from his own experience. You can follow Peter via http://www.twitter.com/pdtit Besides this Cookbook, Peter is also the co-author of Upgrading Skills to Exchange Server 2013, a courseware training guide published by MVP-Press (http://www.mvp-press.com).
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                        - 1 submitted: last submission 21 Feb 2014

                        Errata type: Technical | Page number: 223

                        On this page, the first paragraph is the following:
                        The organization is called "Exblog" and iscurrently running a single Exchange 2010 Service 
                        Pack 3 multi-role server (EX2010-01). The organization is preparing to move to two new 
                        Exchange 2013 servers: EX2013-01 will take on the Client Access Server server role and 
                        EX2013-02 will have the mailbox server role installed. Although a single Exchange 2013 
                        server could be used, we are splitting CAS and mailbox across two servers to clearly distinct 
                        actions that apply to the one or the other.

                        It should be
                        The organization is called "Exblog" and is currently running a single Exchange 2010 Service Pack 3 multi-role server (EX2010-01). The organization is preparing to move to two new Exchange 2013 servers: EX2013-01 will take on the MAILBOX SERVER server role and EX2013-02 will have the CLIENT ACCESS SERVER role installed. Although a single Exchange 2013 server could be used, we are splitting CAS and mailbox across two servers to clearly distinct actions that apply to the one or the other.

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                        What you will learn from this book

                        • Configure and work with the common features of Microsoft Exchange 2013
                        • Identify and configure some of the new security features of Microsoft Exchange 2013
                        • Configure the new Client Access Server role
                        • Plan a deployment of Exchange 2013
                        • Configure and work with the new Mailbox Server role
                        • Design and configure High Availability
                        • Configure secure external access
                        • Migrate to Exchange 2013 from Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010
                        • Configure security and compliance features

                        In Detail

                        Exchange 2013 is much more than just a messaging platform. Because of the multitude of features both targeted at the end user as well as the platform’s administrator, deploying, migrating to or managing it might take just that little extra.

                        Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook is a practical, hands-on guide that will provide you with a number of clear, step-by-step exercises that help you to understand how the product works and how you should go about it in your own deployment.

                        Throughout the book, you will be taken on a journey through the different aspects of Exchange 2013. We will look at the differences with previous versions and highlight how to configure and work with the product’s different features in a practical way.

                        You will learn how to deploy, configure, and maintain Exchange 2013 from scratch or in an existing environment. We will walk you through different scenarios you’ll encounter in your day-to-day administration and explain how Exchange 2013 works. You will fundamentally understand what Exchange 2013 is all about and how to actually do things.

                        You will learn all you need to know to successfully deploy (or migrate to) Exchange 2013 and maintain it once it’s been deployed.

                        Approach

                        This book is a practical, hands-on guide that provides the reader with a number of clear, step-by-step exercises.

                        Who this book is for

                        "Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook" is targeted at network administrators who deal with the Exchange server in their day-to-day jobs. It assumes you have some practical experience with previous versions of Exchange (although this is not a requirement), without being a subject matter expert.

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