Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration

With this guide, you can transfer Microsoft Exchange from your internal system to the cloud, smoothly and knowledgeably. The step-by-step, comprehensive approach makes implementation and migration a painless process.

Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration

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David Greve , Loryan Strant

With this guide, you can transfer Microsoft Exchange from your internal system to the cloud, smoothly and knowledgeably. The step-by-step, comprehensive approach makes implementation and migration a painless process.
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ISBN 139781849685863
Paperback268 pages

Book Description

Microsoft Office 365 brings together cloud versions of the most trusted communications and collaboration products in a single desktop suite for businesses of all sizes. Microsoft Exchange Online gives you access to enterprise class email, calendar, and contacts from virtually anywhere, at any time, on desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices.

"Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration" is a practical hands-on tutorial that shows small businesses to enterprises how to implement and migrate to Exchange Online in Office 365. This book also places an emphasis on setting up a Hybrid and migrating from Exchange on-premise to Exchange Online.

"Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration" will show small businesses to enterprises the steps to implement and migrate to Exchange Online in Office 365. The book starts by providing an overview of the Office 365 plans available and how to make a decision on what plan fits your organization. The book then dives into topics such as the Office 365 Admin Portal, integration options for professionals and small businesses, integration options for enterprises, preparing for a simple migration, performing a simple migration, and preparing for a hybrid deployment and migration amongst others.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting Started
Office 365 plans
Office 365 for Small Businesses and Professionals—considerations and limitations
Office 365 for Enterprises
When to use a plan and when to pick à la carte
Options to start your subscription
The sign-up process
Summary
Chapter 2: Getting Familiar with the Office 365 Admin Portal
Logging in for the first time and adding your domain
Navigating the Administration Overview interface
Exchange Online administration interface
Summary
Chapter 3: Integration Options for Small Businesses and Professionals
Business scenarios
Working with a server
Managing user accounts
Working with PowerShell
Summary
Chapter 4: Integration Options for Enterprises
Directory Synchronization
Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
Exchange Hybrid
Non-Exchange messaging systems
Summary
Chapter 5: Preparing for a Simple Migration
A simple migration
Migration options
The migration process—in a nutshell
Planning for migration
Preparing your environment for migration
Summary
Chapter 6: Performing a Simple Migration
Migration from non-Exchange Server systems
Migrating from Exchange Server
Summary
Chapter 7: Preparing for a Hybrid Deployment and Migration
Preparing your Office 365 subscription
Active Directory preparation and readiness check
Basic infrastructure preparation
Defining the migration process
Summary
Chapter 8: Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure: ADFS
Deploying Active Directory Federation Services
Summary
Chapter 9: Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure: Directory Synchronization
Deploying Directory Synchronization
Summary
Chapter 10: Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure: Exchange Hybrid
Deploying Exchange Hybrid
Summary
Chapter 11: Performing a Hybrid Migration
Preparing the end user for Office 365
Performing a migration from the Exchange Management Console
Performing a migration using PowerShell cmdlets
Summary
Chapter 12: Post Migration Considerations
On-premise resource changes
Changing your MX record in a Hybrid configuration
Summary

What You Will Learn

  • Determine the differences between the Office 365 license plans and the scenarios in which your organization may fit
  • Set up and configure Office 365 for Exchange Online
  • Perform a “simple” migration, for small businesses to enterprises
  • Implement and configure Hybrid integration with Office 365
  • Perform an Exchange on-premise to Exchange Online migration
  • Handle resource mailboxes, so that you can completely move off of Exchange on-premise
  • Cut-over mail routing, to Exchange Online

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting Started
Office 365 plans
Office 365 for Small Businesses and Professionals—considerations and limitations
Office 365 for Enterprises
When to use a plan and when to pick à la carte
Options to start your subscription
The sign-up process
Summary
Chapter 2: Getting Familiar with the Office 365 Admin Portal
Logging in for the first time and adding your domain
Navigating the Administration Overview interface
Exchange Online administration interface
Summary
Chapter 3: Integration Options for Small Businesses and Professionals
Business scenarios
Working with a server
Managing user accounts
Working with PowerShell
Summary
Chapter 4: Integration Options for Enterprises
Directory Synchronization
Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
Exchange Hybrid
Non-Exchange messaging systems
Summary
Chapter 5: Preparing for a Simple Migration
A simple migration
Migration options
The migration process—in a nutshell
Planning for migration
Preparing your environment for migration
Summary
Chapter 6: Performing a Simple Migration
Migration from non-Exchange Server systems
Migrating from Exchange Server
Summary
Chapter 7: Preparing for a Hybrid Deployment and Migration
Preparing your Office 365 subscription
Active Directory preparation and readiness check
Basic infrastructure preparation
Defining the migration process
Summary
Chapter 8: Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure: ADFS
Deploying Active Directory Federation Services
Summary
Chapter 9: Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure: Directory Synchronization
Deploying Directory Synchronization
Summary
Chapter 10: Deploying a Hybrid Infrastructure: Exchange Hybrid
Deploying Exchange Hybrid
Summary
Chapter 11: Performing a Hybrid Migration
Preparing the end user for Office 365
Performing a migration from the Exchange Management Console
Performing a migration using PowerShell cmdlets
Summary
Chapter 12: Post Migration Considerations
On-premise resource changes
Changing your MX record in a Hybrid configuration
Summary

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ISBN 139781849685863
Paperback268 pages
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