Index

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X

A

acceptable use policies, 455–456

access control list (ACL), 562, 588

access control model, Windows Server 2003 security, 563

Account tab, mailbox usage information, 277–278

accounts

administrator account setup, 124–125

assigning existing, 138–139

new user, 139–140

ACID tests, 52, 394–395

ACL (access control list), 562, 588

Actions pane (Exchange Management Console), 252, 657

active clustered mailbox role, 40, 657

Active Directory

application mode installation, 495

client authentication, 29–30

configuration partition, 27, 35

Default-First-Site-Name site, 31

defined, 657

directory structure, 20

domain naming partition, 34–35

domain partition, 27

domains, 20–23

Exchange Server and

- centralized object management benefits, 31

- data storage, 33–37

- directory information access benefits, 31

- distribution list creation benefits, 31

- security management benefits, 31

- site topology, 31–33

Global Catalog servers, 28–29

groups

- comparisons between, 27

- distribution, 26

- domain local, 26–27

- global, 26–27

- security, 25

- universal, 26–27

P site links, 31–33

location service providers, 28

logical structure, 20–25

naming schemes, 30

OU (organizational units), 23–24

overview, 19

partitions, 27

preparing for Exchange Server installation, 126–127

resource assessment, 96–97

schema, 127

schema partition, 27, 35–36

site routing, 14

sites, 28

storing data in, 33–37

trees and forests, 24–25

Windows Server 2003 security, 562

X.509 standard, 24

Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM), 9, 484, 492

active systems, messaging systems, 7

active/passive clusters, 239, 657

ActiveSync, 41–42

ADAM (Active Directory Application Mode), 9, 484, 492

Add Exchange Administrator Wizard, 477–479

add-in program support, Outlook 2007, 568, 664

Address and Phone tab, mailbox usage information, 277

address books

explained, 11

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 173

offline, 140–142

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 203–204

address lists

all contacts, 299

all groups, 299

all rooms, 299

all users, 299

custom creation, 300–302

default global, 300

explained, 11

public folders, 300

address rewriting, 44

addressing, naming conventions and, 102

administration issues, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 152–156

administrative control

limiting, 24

needs assessment, 98

administrative group, 657

administrative security, 474–478

administrators

account setup, Exchange Server installation, 124–125

Add Exchange Administrator Wizard, 477–479

Exchange organization, 125

Exchange Recipient, 125

Exchange Server, 125

organization, 476

recipient, 476

view-only, 125, 476

administrators roles

Exchange Organization, 255–256

Exchange Recipient, 256

Exchange Server, 255

Exchange View-Only, 256

AgeLimit parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

agent log file locations, 649

alias, 657

anonymous authentication, 602, 657

anti-spam features

attachment filtering, 520–524

connection filtering

- IP Allow List feature, 506–507

- IP Allow List Providers list, 508–509

- IP Block List, 509–511

- IP Block List Providers, 511–513

content filtering, 502–506

Hub Transport server role, 43

new features, 15

recipient filtering, 514–515

sender filtering, 515–516

sender ID configuration, 517–519

antivirus management

Forefront Security capabilities, 525–528

Hub Transport server role, 43

new features, 15

third-party antivirus options, 524

APPEND command, IMAP4, 633

application log, 374, 657

archives, security policies, 461–462

assymmetric keys, 532, 657

asynchronous system, messaging systems, 6

attachment filtering, 520–524, 657

attachments, searches/indexing, 65

attacks, security, 472–474

audit failure event type, Event Viewer utility, 375

audit success event type, Event Viewer utility, 375

AUTHENTICATE command, IMAP4, 633

authentication

client, 29–30

cross-forest, 36–37

Kerberos, 562

methods, 563–564

OWA

- anonymous authentication, 602

- basic authentication, 602

- explained, 601

- forms-based authentication, 603–606

- IWA (Integrated Windows Authentication), 480, 602

- security default authentication, 602–603

simple, 536

strong, 536

Auto Attendant, Unified Messaging server role, 43–44

AutoDiscover service, 42, 657

Autodiscover virtual directory, 609

automated attendants, 349

automatic tasks, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 148–149

Availability Service, 42, 657

average counter type, 430

B

backups. See also restoration

ACID tests, 394–395

best practices, 425–426

copy, 401, 404

daily, 417–418

differential, 401, 404

before Exchange Server installation, 125

Exchange Streaming Backup API, 401–402

full, 325, 400, 404

implementation strategies, 420–425

incremental, 325, 401, 404, 417

mailbox database, 417

mailbox server, 416

sample scenarios, 424–425

security policies, 461–462

server roles, 405–406

storage architecture, 49

storage group benefits, 319

streaming backup programs, 401–404, 423–424

VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service), 398–401, 424–425

weekly and daily combination methods, 417

baseline, 658

basic authentication, 602, 657

best practices

backups and restoration, 425–426

storage, 68

transaction logs, 61

Best Practices Analyzer tool, 385–387, 658

bifurcation point, message routing, 77

bit flip errors, 398

bottleneck, 428–429, 658

Boyce, Jim (Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Inside Out), 577

B-tree structure, 53

budgets, storage, 45

buffer overflows, 472, 658

C

CA (certificate authority), 535, 658

Cached Exchange Mode, 580–582, 658

caching, 59

calendar configuration options, OWA, 623

CAPABILITY command, IMAP4, 633

catalog files, indexing services, 66

CCR (cluster continuous replication)

configurable cluster heartbeats, 225

defined, 658–659

explained, 40, 46

failover, server verification, 236–237

file share witness, 225, 227

installing Exchange Server on, 235

MNS quorum, 225, 233

network adapter configuration, 229

overview, 223–224

preparing for, 226–227

status verification, 236

transport dumpster, 226, 237–238

two-node cluster establishment, 229–232

certificate authority (CA), 535, 658

certificate revocation list (CRL), 536

certificate services

Advanced Request option, 550–551

architecture, 536–537

certificate database records, 540

certificate templates, 538–540

certificate templates, installing, 560–561

CRL (certificate revocation list), 536

digital certificates, 535–536

entry module, 537

exit module, 540

explained, 534

installing and configuring, 540–544

policy module, 537–538

templates, 658

trust-specific CAs, 556

viewing information about, 551–554

Web enrollment pages, 545–550

checkpoint files, 60–61, 658

checksum function, 55, 398

cipher, 658

circular logging, 60, 329, 398, 658

clean pages, 53

Client Access container, 257

Client Access server role

client-facing activities, 41–42

defined, 658

description, 130

explained, 9, 33

suggested memory configurations based on, 108

suggested processor configurations based on, 107

client authentication, 29–30

client selection, 574–575

client services, transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 200

client settings

clients/server systems, 7

Exchange Server installation, 133

client/server systems, 7–8

CLOSE command, IMAP4, 633

cluster continuous replication. See CCR

clustered mailbox roles, Mailbox server role, 40

clustering, Exchange Server installation setup, 124

cmdlets, 262–263, 658

coexistence

2003 native mode, 147–148

2007 installation, 150–152

administration issues, 152–156

automatic tasks, 148–149

defined, 658

deployment considerations, 147–149

e-mail, 157–161

explained, 145–146

global settings, 149

public folders, 162–167

Recipient Update Service (RUS), 168

routing group connectors, 154

SMTP connectors, 156–162

version compatibility notes, 168–180

version-specific administration, 155–156

collaborative software, 4

communication methods, transport architecture, 81–82

completion screen, Exchange Server installation, 129, 134

compliance and messaging policy, new features, 15

configuration changes, storage groups, 329–332

configuration cluster heartbeats, 225

configuration management tools, Exchange

Management Console, 259–260

configuration partition, 27, 35

connection filtering

explained, 487

IP Allow List feature, 506–507, 659

IP Allow List Providers list, 508–509, 659

IP Block List, 509–511, 659

IP Block List Providers, 511–513, 659

connection objects, 28

connections, user needs assessment, 90–91

connectivity log file locations, 649

connectors, messaging systems, 11

Console Tree, Exchange Management Console, 252, 653

contacts configuration options, OWA, 623

containers, 248–249, 659

content filtering, 502–506, 659

content management features, Outlook 2007, 569

contiguous namespace, 24

continuous replication

CCR (cluster continuous replication)

- configurable cluster heartbeats, 225

- Exchange Server installation, 233–235

- failover, server verification, 236–237

- file share witness, 225, 227

- MNS quorum, 225, 233

- network adapter configuration, 228–229

- overview, 223–224

- preparing for, 226–227

- status verification, 236

- transport dumpster, 226, 237–238

- two-node cluster establishment, 229–232

LCR (local continuous replication)

- counters, enabling, 222

- data recovery, through passive copy, 222

- disk failure, 213

- enabling for existing storage group, 215–217

- enabling for mailbox database, 218–219

- enabling for new storage group, 218–219

- preparation, 214–215

- viewing status of, 221–222

transition logs and, 210–213

copy backups, 401, 404

COPY command, IMAP4, 633

core operating system features, Windows

Server 2003 security, 562

corruption planning, 419

counters

defined, 659

performance monitoring, 429–430

SMTP system monitor counters, 437–438

Unified Messaging, 439–441

Crawford, Sharon (Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrators Companion, Second Edition), 19, 38, 120, 123

CREATE command, IMAP4, 633

CRL (certificate revocation list), 536

cross-site scripting, 473, 659

custom application needs, user needs assessment, 91

custom consoles, MMC, 251

custom installation, 129, 131

custom tools, MMC, 250–251

D

DACL (discretionary access control list), 31

daily backups, 417–418

DAP (Directory Access Protocol), 20

data collection, performance, 429–431

data information, transaction logs, 58

data processing errors, 473

data security policies, 459–460

database file structure, on-demand content conversion, 50

databases

dismounted, 49, 318

mailbox, 12

message, 11–12

RAID levels, 68

date and time configuration options, OWA, 623

DBA (Dynamic buffer allocation), 55–56

decommission, 659

Default-First-Site-Name site, 31

delegation

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 169

organizational unit uses, 24

DELETE command, IMAP4, 633

deleted item recovery configuration options, OWA, 623

delivery status notification codes, 645–647

delivery status notifications (DSNs), 645

Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, 473, 659

departmental and geographical boundaries, organizational units, 24

deployment considerations, coexistence, 147–149

deployment, OWA

multiserver scenario, 597–600

single-server scenario, 596–597

Details pane (MMC), 248

diagnostics logging, 375–378, 649

dial plans

associating servers with, 366

configuration, 352–356

creating new, 350–351

defined, 659

overview, 348

dialing restrictions, 348

difference counter type, 430

differential backups, 401, 404

digital certificates, 535–536, 659

digital signatures, 557, 659

Direct file access, 659

Directory Access Protocol (DAP), 20

directory information access benefits, 31

directory structure

Active Directory, 20

Exchange Server 2007, 643

direct-relay method, message routing, 74

dirty pages, 53

disaster recovery tools, Exchange Management Console, 259

discretionary access control list (DACL), 31

disk failure, LCR, 213

disk performance test, 443

disk space

mailbox disk space calculations, 321–324

minimum hardware configurations, 117

multiple storage group planning, 324–325

planning, 69–70, 104–106

disk subsystem stress test, 443

disk usage evaluation, 434–435

dismounted database, 49, 318

dismounting mailbox databases, 341

distinguished name (DN), 30, 659

distribution groups, 10, 26

creating new, 292–293

defined, 268, 660

dynamic, 291, 296

group configuration, 293–295

mail-enabled universal security group, 291

distribution list creation benefits, Exchange Server and Active Directory, 31

DN (distinguished name), 30, 659

DNS (Domain Name System)

configuration, 37–38

defined, 660

SRV (service) records, 28

suffix verification, 493–494

dnsdiag.exe utility, 390, 660

DNS-style domain name, 21

domain and forest boundaries, Exchange Server installation setup, 121–123

domain controller, 20, 28

domain local groups, 26–27

Domain Name System. See DNS

domain naming partition, Active Directory, 34–35

domain partition, 27

DomainController parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

domains, Active directory

DNS-style name, 21

domain naming master role, 22

FSMO roles, 21–22

infrastructure master role, 23

names, 21

NetBios name, 21

overview, 20

PDC Emulator, 23

RID (relative identifier) master role, 22–23

schema master role, 22

SID (security identifier), 23

dormant phase, viruses, 485

DoS (Denial of Service) attacks, 473, 659

DSNs (delivery status notifications), 645

dual-core processors, 107

dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF), 347

Dynamic buffer allocation (DBA), 55–56

dynamic distribution groups, 291, 296

E

Edge Transport server role

communication settings

- network interface, 495

- subscription process, 497–498

defined, 660

description, 131

DNS suffix verification, 493–494

features, 44–45

firewall configuration, 494–495

installation, 495–497

overview, 9

requirements and recommendations, 492

server deployment, 493

services, 491–492

subscription file

- copying to Hub Transport server, 499

- exporting, 498

- importing, 499–501

suggested memory configurations based on, 108

suggested processor configurations based on, 107

synchronization verification, 501–502

EdgeSync synchronization process, 502, 660

editions, 4–5

e-mail

clients, 573

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 157–161, 180

integrity, 462–463

junk, 487–488

phishing, 473

privacy and junk e-mail prevention configuration options, 623

security policies, 463

shared-file system, 6

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 186–192

unwanted, legal exposure to, 460–461

E-Mail Address tab, mailbox usage information, 279

encryption

algorithms, 534

defined, 660

encryption schemes, 534–535

methods, 563–564

and Outlook 2007, 556–557

symmetric keys, 532

Enterprise Edition, 5

entry module, certificate services, 537

e-policies, 452–453

equipment mailbox, 288

error event types, Event Viewer utility, 375

error reporting screen, Exchange Server installation, 129

error-correcting RAM, 108

errors, bit flip, 398

ESE (Extensible Storage Engine)

defined, 660

explained, 48, 50

memory management and, 55–56

recovery and transaction logs, 51–52

eseutil.exe offline tool, 383–384, 419, 660

ESEUTI/ML command, 58

Event Viewer utility, 373–374, 376, 651–656, 660

EWS virtual directory, 609

Exadmin virtual directory, 609

EXAMINE command, IMAP4, 633

Exchange Installable File System (ExIFS), 47

Exchange (legacy) virtual directory, OWA, 608

Exchange Load Generator, 660

Exchange Management Console

Actions pane, 252

configuration management tools, 259–260

Console Tree, 252

defined, 660

disaster recovery tools, 259

explained, 251

mail flow tools, 259–260

managing public folders in, 307–311

Organization Configuration container, 254–257

performance tools, 260

Recipient Configuration container, 258–259

Results pane, 252

Server Configuration container, 257–258

toolbox categories, 259–260

Work pane, 252

Exchange Management Shell

cmdlets, 262–263

creating and managing public folders in, 311–314

defined, 660

help options, 263–265

overview, 260

tab completion, 264–265

viewing shell commands from, 261

Exchange Server 2003

Exchange Server 2007 coexistence, 155–156

- 2003 native mode, 147–148

- 2007 installation, 150–152

- administration issues, 152–154

- automatic tasks, 148–149

- deployment considerations, 147–149

- e-mail, 157–161

- explained, 145–146

- global settings, 149

- public folders, 162–167

- Recipient Update Service (RUS), 167–168

- routing group connectors, 153–154

- SMTP connectors, 156–162

- version compatibility notes, 168–180

- version-specific administration, 155–156

Exchange Server 2007

completion screen, 129

defined, 3–4

Enterprise Edition, 5

installation

- Active Directory preparation, 126–127

- administrator account setup, 124, 135

- backups before, 125

- on CCR cluster, 235

- client settings option, 133

- clustering capabilities, 124

- completion screen, 134

- custom, 129, 131

- domain and forest boundaries, 121–123

- error reporting screen, 129

- into Exchange Server 2003 organization, 150–152

- in existing organization, 135

- hardware requirements verification, 116–117

- installation type screen, 129

- Internet information services setup, 124

- introduction screen, 128

- license agreement screen, 128

- in new organization, 128–134

- optimization and performance considerations, 119–120

- organization, creating new, 132

- pre-installation phase, 114–122, 125

- progress screen, 129

- readiness checks, 133

- readiness checks screen, 129

- server roles, defining, 118–119, 130–131

- service packs, retrieving, 117–118

- stages of, 113

- system requirements verification, 120–121

- TCP/IP support, 123

- testing, 142–143

- typical installation, 126, 129

- verification, 136

Office Outlook 2007 and, 4

Standard Edition, 4–5

Exchange Streaming Backup API, 401–402

Exchweb (legacy) virtual directory, OWA, 609

ExIFS (Exchange Installable File System), 47

exit module, certificate services, 540

EXPUNGE command, IMAP4, 633

Extensible Storage Engine (ESE)

defined, 660

explained, 48, 50

memory management and, 55–56

recovery and transaction logs, 51–52

extension snap-ins, 250

F

failover, 241, 660

failures, delivery status notification codes, 645–647

fault tolerance, ways to add, 108

fax services, Unified Messaging server role, 9, 44, 346

FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface), 96

FETCH command, IMAP4, 633

file locking, 62

file share witness, 225, 227

file structure, database, 50

file type support, searches/indexing, 66

filever.exe utility, 390, 661

filtering

attachment, 520–524

content, 502–506

Edge Transport server role, 44

recipients, 296–297, 514–515

sender, 515–516

firewalls

configuration, 494–495

perimeter network, 481

placing client access server inside, 599

placing client server between, 599–600

placing client server outside, 599

Flexible Single Master Operation (FSMO), 21–22

folder contact, 661

folder owner, 661

Forefront Security capabilities, 525–528

foreign address lists, connectors, 11

foreign connector, 74

foreign systems, naming conventions, 102

forest and domain boundaries, Exchange Server installation setup, 121–123, 661

forests

cross-forest authentication, 36–37

limitations, 36

forests and tress, Active Directory components, 24–25

forms-based authentication, 603–606, 661

fragmentation, 383

front end/back end, 661

FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operation), 21–22

full backups, 325, 400, 404

G

gateways

defined, 661

planning the organization, 103–104

GC (Global Catalog), 25, 28–29, 661

General tab, mailbox usage information, 274–275

geographic profiles, resource assessment, 92

geographical and departmental boundaries, organizational units, 24

Gerend, Jason (Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrators Companion, Second Edition), 19, 38, 120, 123, 427

Get-Command command, 264

Get-ExCommand command, 264

Get-Help command, 263–264

Get-MailboxServer command, 264

Global Address List, 11, 661

global addresses, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 171

Global Catalog (GC), 25, 28–29, 661

global groups, 26–27

global settings, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 149

globally unique identifier (GUID), 30, 661

group configuration, distribution groups, 293–295

groups

comparisons between, 27

defined, 661

distribution, 26

domain local, 26–27

global, 26–27

security, 25

universal, 26–27

groupware, 4

GUID (globally unique identifier), 30, 661

H

hackers

how they work, 470–471

motivations of, 469

handoff, 661

Hardware Compatibility List, 116

hardware requirements verification, Exchange Server installation, 116–117

header information, transaction logs, 58

heartbeats, 225, 661

help options

Exchange Management Shell, 263–265

newsgroups, 391–392

product documentation, 391

TechNet center, 391

HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

high-availability planning, 209–210, 661

host, 37

hotfixes, 117–118

HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), 597, 600

Hub Transport container, 257

Hub Transport server role, 9, 32. See also transport architecture

defined, 661

description, 131

responsibilities, 42–43

suggested memory configurations based on, 108

suggested processor configurations based on, 107

hunt groups, 348–349, 662

Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), 597, 600

I

IFS (Installable File System), 61–62

IIS (Internet Information Services), 596, 662

IMAP4 (Internet Messaging Access Protocol v4)

access, limiting, 635–636

administering, 634

Client Access server role and, 9, 41

commands, 633

considerations, 639–640

defined, 662

enabling, 633–634

overview, 632

parameters, 637–639

Inbox Repair Tool, 379–380, 662

incremental backups, 325, 401, 404, 417

indexing/searches

attachments, 65

catalog files, 66

crawl-type indexing process, 65

explained, 64

file type support, 66

index size considerations, 67

new features, 65

partial-word matches, 65

server-based searches, 65

storage recommendations, 71

word-based, 65

information event type, Event Viewer utility, 375

Information Security Policies Made Easy (Charles Cresson Wood), 450

Information Store Integrity Checker, 318

Infrastructure Master, 662

infrastructure master role, 23

Installable File System (IFS), 61–62

installation

Active Directory application mode, 495

certificate services, 540–544

certificate templates, 560–561

Edge Transport server role, 495–497

Exchange Server

- Active Directory preparation, 126–127

- administrator account setup, 124, 135

- backups before, 125

- on CCR cluster, 235

- client settings option, 133

- clustering capabilities, 124

- completion screen, 129, 134

- custom, 129, 131

- domain and forest boundaries, 121–123

- error reporting screen, 129

- into Exchange Server 2003 organization, 150–152

- in existing organization, 135

- hardware requirements verification, 116–117

- Internet information services setup, 124

- introduction screen, 128

- license agreement screen, 128

- in new organization, 128–134

- optimization and performance considerations, 119–120

- organization, creating new, 132

- pre-installation phase, 114–125

- progress screen, 129

- readiness checks, 133

- readiness checks screen, 129

- server roles, defining, 118–119, 130–131

- service packs, retrieving, 117–118

- stages of, 113

- system requirements verification, 120–121

- TCP/IP support, 123

- testing, 142–143

- typical installation, 126, 129, 131

- verification, 136–137

Outlook 2007, 577–579

instances, 662

instantaneous counter type, 430

Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA), 480, 602, 662

Internet

e-mail clients, 573

information services setup, 124

message routing, 81

newsgroups, as help option, 391–392

Internet Information Services (IIS), 596, 662

Internet Mail Wizard, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 169

Internet Messaging Access Protocol v4, 41. See IMAP4

Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA), 600–601

introduction screen, Exchange Server

installation, 128

invalid character, naming conventions, 100

IOPS (I/O operations per second), 72, 106, 323, 662

IP Allow List feature, 506–507

IP Allow List Providers list, 508–509

IP Block List, 509–511

IP Block List Providers, 511–513

IP gateways

configuring, 364–365

creating, 363

defined, 662

explained, 348

IP security, 563–564

IP site links, 31–33

ISA (Internet Security and Acceleration), 600–601

isinteg.exe utility, 390, 419, 662

IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), 464

IWA (Integrated Windows Authentication), 480, 602, 662

J

Jetstress tool, 72, 442–443, 663

journaling features, Outlook 2007, 570

junk e-mail, 487–488

K

Kaczmarek, Steven D. (Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Administrator's Companion), 94

KCC (knowledge consistency checker), 28

KDC (key distribution center), 562

Kerberos authentication, 562

Kerberos version 5 protocol, 531, 662

key distribution center (KDC), 562

key pair, 533, 662

knowledge consistency checker (KCC), 28

L

L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol), 563

LAN (local area network), 94–95

LCR (local continuous replication)

counters, enabling, 222

data recovery, through passive copy, 222

defined, 662

disk failure, 213

explained, 46

enabling

- existing storage group, 215–217

- for mailbox database, 218–219

- for new storage group, 218–219

preparation, 214–215

viewing status of, 221–222

LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), 20

LDIF (LDAP Data Interchange Format), 36

leaf objects, MMC, 249

legacy systems

recipient names, 102

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 205–206

uninstalling Exchange from, 207

license agreement, Exchange Server installation, 128

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), 20

link state routing, 74–75

link translation security, 600

LIST command

IMAP4, 633

POP3, 626

load balancing security, 600

Load Generator (LoadGen) tool, 72, 444–445, 660

local area network (LAN), 94–95

local continuous replication. See LCR

LocalReplicAgeLimit parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

location service providers, 28

log files. See transaction logs

log shipping, 211–213, 662

log stream, 211

logging

circular, 60, 329, 398, 658

restoration and, 395–397

logical structure, Active Directory, 20–25

logical undo, 59

logical unit number (LUN), 70–71, 416, 662

LOGIN command, IMAP4, 633

logon security policies, 454–455

LOGOUT command, IMAP4, 633

LSUB command, IMAP4, 633

LUN (logical unit number), 70–71, 416, 662

M

Macintosh clients, 574

mail contact recipients

configuration, 291

creation, 289–290

defined, 268, 662

mail contacts, recipients, 10

mail filters, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 171

mail flow

Exchange Management Console, 259–260

Hub Transport server role, 43

Mail Flow Settings tab, mailbox usage information, 282–285

Mail Flow Troubleshooter tool, 387–389, 663

mail, sending. See also message routing

mailbox databases

backups, 417

client settings, 340

enabling LCR for, 218–219

general options, changing, 335–336

mounting/dismounting, 341

moving, 341

recovery, 414

removing, 342

setting limits on, 338–339

Mailbox Features tab, mailbox usage information, 285–286

mailbox policies

configuring, 358–362

creating, 357–358

mailbox resource recipients, 268, 288–289

mailbox server

backups, 416

recovery, 410–412

Mailbox server role

clustered mailbox roles, 40

description, 130

explained, 9, 32

suggested memory configurations based on, 108

suggested processor configurations based on, 107

Mailbox Settings tab, mailbox usage information, 279–281

mailbox store creation, managing stores, 333–334

mailbox user recipients

defined, 663

existing users, creating mailbox for, 273

mailbox property configuration, 274–286

new users, creating mailbox for, 270–272

overview, 269–270

mailbox-enabled user objects, 10

mailboxes

enabling Unified Messaging on, 367–369

storage group benefits, 320

synchronization, 582

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 192–199

mail-enabled universal distribution groups, 291

mail-enabled universal security group, 291

mail-enabled user recipients, 286–287, 663

Malicious Software Removal Tool, 488, 663

MAPI (Message Application Programming Interface), 50, 663

MaxItemSize parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

MBSA (Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer) tool, 488–489, 663

Member Of tab, mailbox usage information, 279

memory

error-correcting, 108

ESE and memory management, 55–56

minimum hardware configurations, 117

physical, 56

suggested configuration based of server roles, 108

memory considerations, planning the servers, 108

memory usage evaluation, performance monitoring, 432–433

memory utilization, DBA, 56

menus, MMC, 246–247

Message Application Programming Interface (MAPI), 50, 663

message databases, 11–12

message delivery, Hub Transport server role, 43

message integrity check (MIC), 558

message routing

bifurcation point, 77

direct-relay method, 74

functionality, 74–77

scenarios, 78

sending mail between users in different site, 80–81

sending mail between users in same site, 79

sending mail between users on same server, 79

sending mail to Internet, 81

message submission, 43

message tracking log file locations, 649

messaging configuration options, OWA, 623

messaging delivery, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 170

messaging features, Outlook 2007, 569

messaging policy and compliance, new features, 15

messaging records management (MRM), 256

messaging systems

active systems, 7

address lists, 11

asynchronous system, 6

characteristics, 6

client/server systems, 7–8

connectors, 11

explained, 5

passive systems, 6

recipients, 10

reliable delivery of messages, 6

routing information, 37

shared-file systems, 6

transport rules, 15

user needs, defining, 88–89

metadata (property) access, 62

MfcMAPI tool, 419

MIC (message integrity check), 558

Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) tool, 488–489, 663

Microsoft Entourage, 663

Microsoft Management Console. See MMC

defined, 663

Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Inside Out, 577

Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF), 464

Microsoft Operations Framework Service Management Functions guide, 320

Microsoft Outlook, 663

Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Administrator's Companion (Kaczmarek), 94

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrators Companion, Second Edition, 19, 38, 119–120, 123, 427

MIME type, attachment filtering, 520

MMC (Microsoft Management Console)

console mode, 247

console name, 247

containers and objects, 248–249

custom consoles, 251

custom tools, 250–251

Details pane, 248

explained, 14, 245

menus, 246–247

packages, 250

Scope pane, 247

snap-in root container, 248

snap-ins, 250

toolbar features, 246–247

MNS quorum, CCR preparation, 225, 233

mobile servers, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 170

moderated folders, 306, 663

MOF (Microsoft Operations Framework), 464

mounting mailbox databases, 341

moving mailbox databases, 341

MRM (messaging records management), 256

multiline text. See paragraph text

N

Name parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

name resolution, 37

names, domain, 21

namespace, contiguous, 24

namespace development, WebDAV features, 62

naming conventions

addressing and, 102

defined, 663

foreign systems, 102

invalid characters, 100

planning the organization, 99–102

recipient names, 101–102

server names, 101

naming partition, 663

naming schemes

DN (distinguished name), 30

GUID (globally unique identifier), 30

relative distinguished name, 30

user principal name, 30

NAS (Network Attached Storage), 67, 664

Native mode (Exchange), 663

Native mode (Windows), 663

NDR (nondelivery report), 645

needs assessment

administrative needs, 98

planning, 87

resource assessment

- Active Directory model, 96–97

- geographic profiles, 92

- network topology, 93–96

- networking, 96–97

- software environment, 92

user needs, defining

- connections to other systems, 90–91

- custom application needs, 91

- messaging systems, 88–89

- public folder usage, 89–90

- remote access needs, 91

- training and support needs, 91–92

NetBios domain name, 21, 664

network adapter configuration, CCR preparation, 229

Network Attached Storage (NAS), 67, 664

network considerations, planning the servers, 108

network load balancing (NLB), 597, 664

Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP), 664

network topology, resource assessment, 93–96

network usage evaluation, 436–437

new features

64-bit architecture, 16

Active Directory site routing, 14

anti-spam and antivirus, 15

Exchange Management, 14

explained, 13

indexing, 65

messaging policy and compliance, 15

OWA enhancement, 16

performance and stability, 16

readiness checks, 14

server roles, 15

split permissions model, 14

Technet center, What's New section, 16

Unified Messaging server role, 15

new user account, 139–140

newsgroups

defined, 664

as help option, 391–392

NLB (network load balancing), 597, 664

NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol), 664

nondelivery report (NDR), 645

NOOP command

IMAP4, 633

POP3, 626

notes features, Outlook 2007, 570

NTLM security protocol, 531, 664

O

OAB virtual directory, 609

OABs (offline address books), 256

object management benefits, Exchange Server and Active Directory, 31

objects, 248–249, 664

Office Customization tool, 664

Office Outlook 2007, 4

offline address books (OABs), 256

offload processing advantages, multi-server configuration, 597

on-demand content conversion, database file structure, 50

operating systems, RAID levels, 68

operations, 53

optimization and performance considerations, Exchange Server installation, 119–120

organization administrators, 476

Organization Configuration container, Exchange Management Console, 254–257

organization, planning

gateways, 103–104

naming conventions, 99–102

organization names, 100

public folders, 102–103

recipient names, 101–102

server names, 101

Organization tab, mailbox usage information, 277

OST Integrity Check tool, 664

OU (organizational units), 23–24, 664

out of office configuration options, OWA, 623

Outlook 2007

add-in program support, 568, 664

contact management features, 569–570

digital signatures and, 557

enabling multiple users in, 586–590

encryption and, 556–557

installation, 577–579

journaling features, 570

messaging features, 569

notes features, 570

profiles, 586–587

public folders in, 305–307

roaming user setup, 589–590

scheduling features, 569

S/MIME and, 557–558

task management, 570

Outlook Anywhere

benefits of, 590

Client Access server role, 41

defined, 664

enabling, 591–592

installing RPC over HTTP Windows Proxy

component, 591

requirements, 590–591

Outlook Express, 570–571, 664

Outlook profile, 664

Outlook Voice Access, 43

overwrite protection, 62

OWA (Outlook Web Access)

additional instances, creating, 608–610

authentication

- anonymous, 602

- basic, 602

- explained, 601

- forms-based, 603–606

- IWA (Integrated Windows Authentication), 602

- securing default, 602–603

calendar configuration options, 623

Client Access server role, 41

contacts configuration option, 623

date and time format configuration, 623

defined, 664

deleted item recovery configuration options, 623

deployment

- multiserver scenario, 597–600

- single-server scenario, 596–597

disabling user access to, 606–608

enhancements, 16

Exchange (legacy) virtual directory, 608

Exchweb (legacy) directory, 609

features, 572, 595

ISA Server and, 600–601

Light version, 595

messaging configuration options, 623

out of office configuration options, 623

password configuration options, 623

Premium version, 595

privacy and junk e-mail prevention

- configuration, 623

Public (legacy) directory, 608

reminders configuration option, 623

segmentation, 617–622

spelling configuration options, 623

UNC shares and SharePoint document

- repositories, managing access to, 611–616

user features, 622–624

versions, 572

WebReady Viewer application, 623

P

packages, MMC, 250

pages

clean, 53

defined, 53

dirty, 53

parameters

defined, 664

IMAP4, 637–639

POP3, 629–632

partial-word matches, searches/indexing, 65

partitions, 27

PASS command, POP3, 626

passive clustered mailbox role, 40, 664

passive systems, messaging systems, 6

password configuration options, OWA, 623

password security policies, 453–454

PBX (Private Branch Exchange), 345

PDC Emulator, 21–23, 664

percentage counter type, 430

performance

bottleneck, 428–429

counters, 429–430

data collection, 429–431

disk usage evaluation, 434–435

explained, 427

Jetstress tool, 442–443

LoadGen (Load Generator) tool, 444–445

memory usage evaluation, 432–433

network usage evaluation, 436–437

OWA (Outlook Web Access), 438–439

performance monitoring concepts, 428–429

processor usage evaluation, 433–434

queue, 429

response time, 429

SMTP system monitor counters, 437–438

System Center Configuration Manager tool, 442

throughput, 428–429

Unified Messaging counters, 439–441

performance and optimization considerations, Exchange Server installation, 119–120

performance and stability, new features, 16

performance snap-in, 665

performance tools, Exchange Management Console, 260

Performance Troubleshooter tool, 389–390, 665

perimeter network, firewalls, 481

permissions, 14

PerUserReadStateEnabled parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

phishing, 473, 667

physical memory, 56

physical security, 474

physical undo, 59

pilot number, hunt groups, 348

PIN policies, 348

planning

fault tolerance, ways to add, 108

needs assessment, 87

organization

- gateways, 103–104

- naming conventions, 99–102

- organization names, 100

- public folders, 102–103

- recipient names, 101–102

- server names, 101

servers

- disk space considerations, 104–106

- memory considerations, 108

- network considerations, 108

- processor considerations, 106–107

platform vulnerabilities, 473

Play on Phone, 665

policy module, certificate services, 537–538

POP3 (Post Office Protocol v3)

access, limiting, 628

administering, 627

Client Access server role and, 9, 41

considerations, 639–640

defined, 665

enabling, 627

LIST command, 626

NOOP command, 626

overview, 625

parameters, 629–632

PASS command, 626

QUIT command, 626

RETR command, 626

RSET command, 626

STAT command, 626

USER command, 626

Post Office Protocol v3, 41. See POP3

PostStorageQuota parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

power surges, 108

PRA (purported responsible address), 518

Premium version, OWA, 595

printers, full control over, organizational units, 24

privacy and junk e-mail prevention configuration

options, OWA, 623

Private Branch Exchange (PBX), 345

private folders, 12

processor considerations, planning the server, 106–107

processor usage evaluation, 433–434

processors, minimum hardware configurations, 117

product documentation, help options, 391

Profile Analyzer tool, 69, 72

profiles, Outlook, 586–587

progress screen, Exchange Server installation, 129

property (metadata) access, 62

protocol log file locations, 649

protocols

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 178

transport, 81

public computer, 605

public folder databases, 12–13, 665

public folder recipients, 268

public folder referrals, 665

public folder tree, 665

public folders

administrative needs assessment, 98

defined, 665

in Exchange Management Shell, 311–314

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 162–167, 177

explained, 63–64

managing in Exchange Management Console, 307–311

in Outlook 2007, 305–307

planning the organization, 102–103

recipients, 300

replication, 163–164

Set-PublicFolder cmdlet parameters, 313–314

storage, 304

synchronization, 583–585

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 201–202

user needs assessment, 89–90

public key infrastructure, 540–554

Public (legacy) virtual directory, OWA, 608

public key infrastructure

encryption and keys, 532–533

encryption schemes, 534–535

purported responsible address (PRA), 518

Q

Queue Viewer tool, 260

queues

defined, 665

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 177

performance monitoring concepts, 429

QUIT command, POP3, 626

quorum, 665

R

RAID levels, 67–68, 105, 665–666

rate counter type, 430

RBLs (real-time block lists), 511–513

readiness checks

Exchange Server installation, 129, 133

new features, 14

real-time block lists (RBLs), 511–513

receive connectors, 665

Receive SMTP connector, 73

recipient administrators, 476

Recipient Configuration container (Exchange Management Console), 258–259

recipient filtering, 514–515, 666

recipient names, planning the organization, 101–102

recipient policies

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 174–176

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 199

Recipient Update Server (RUS), 168, 204, 666

recipients

address list collections, 299–302

defined, 665

distribution groups, 10

- creating new, 292–293

- defined, 268

- dynamic, 291, 296

- group configuration, 293–295

- mail-enabled universal, 291

- mail-enabled universal security group, 291

explained, 267

filtering, 296–297

mail contact

- configuration, 291

- creation, 289–290

- defined, 268

mailbox resource, 268

mailboxes, 10

public folder, 268

template recipient object, 298–299

user

- defined, 268

- mailbox users, 269–286

- mail-enabled, 286–287

records management, 15

recoverability enhancement, storage architecture, 46

recovery

ACID tests, 52

checkpoint files, 60–61

corruption planning, 419

ESE (Extensible Storage Engine), 51–52

logical undo, 59

mailbox database, 414

mailbox server, 410–412

physical undo, 59

Recovery Point Objective (RPO), 666

Recovery Time Objective (RTO), 666

Relative Distinguished Name, 666

relative distinguished name, 30

relative identifier (RID) master role, 22–23, 666

reminders configuration options, OWA, 623

remote access needs, user needs assessment, 91

remote procedure calls (RPCs), 380–383

removing mailbox databases, 342

removing storage groups, 332–333

RENAME command, IMAP4, 633

Replicas parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 313

replication. See continuous replication

ReplicationSchedule parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 314

resident viruses, 485

resource assessment

Active Directory model, 96–97

geographic profiles, 92

network topology, 93–96

networking, 96–97

software environment, 92

resource mailbox, 666

resources, security policy, 464

response time, 429, 666

restoration. See also backups

best practices, 425–426

logging and, 395–397

process of, 405

storage architecture, 49

storage group benefits, 319

testing, 408–410

Results pane, 666

Results pane (Exchange Management Console), 252

RetainDeletedItemsFor parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 314

RETR command, POP3, 626

RID (relative identifier) master role, 22–23, 666

RMS (Rights Management Services), 464

roaming groups, 666

roaming user setup, Outlook, 589–590

roaming users, 666

room mailbox, 288

routing, administrative needs assessment, 98

routing group connectors

Exchange 2003/2007 coexistence, 154, 179

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007, 207–208

routing information, messaging systems, 37

routing table log file locations, 649

RPCs (remote procedure calls), 380–383

RPing utility, 380–383, 666

RPO (Recovery Point Objective), 666

RSET command, POP3, 626

RTO (Recovery Time Objective), 666

RUS (Recipient Update Server), 168, 204, 666

Russel, Charlie (Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrators Companion, Second Edition), 19, 38, 120, 123, 427

S

SACL (system access control list), 588

SAM (Security Accounts Manager), 562

SAN (storage area network), 40, 667

SAS (Serial Attached SCSI), 67

SATA (Serial ATA), 67

scalability advantages, multi-server configuration, 598

SCC (single copy clusters)

active/passive configuration, 239

defined, 667

explained, 40, 46

failover ability, testing, 241

operational status verification, 240

preparation, 241

with streaming backups, 423–424

troubleshooting, 242

scheduling features, Outlook 2007, 569

scheduling systems, recipient names, 102

schema, 127, 666

schema extensions, security policies, 457–458

schema master role, 22

schema partition, 27, 35–36

Scope pane (MMC), 247

SCW (Security Configuration Wizard), 489, 666

SEARCH command, IMAP4, 633

searches/indexing

attachments, 65

catalog files, 66

crawl-type indexing process, 65

explained, 64

file type support, 66

index size considerations, 67

new features, 65

partial-word matches, 65

server-based search, 65

storage recommendations, 71

word-based, 65

secure messaging configuration options, OWA, 623

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), 597, 667

security

administrative, 474–478

attacks, 472–474

authentication

- client, 29–30

- cross-forest, 36–37

- Kerberos, 562

- methods, 563–564

- simple, 536

- strong, 536

certificate services

- Advanced Request option, 550–551

- architecture, 536–537

- CA (certificate authority), 535

- certificate database records, 540

- certificate templates, 538–540

- certificate templates, installing, 560–561

- CRL (certificate revocation list), 536

- digital certificates, 535–536

certificate services

- entry module, 537

- exit module, 540

- explained, 534

- installing and configuring, 540–544

- policy module, 537–538

- trust specific CAs, 556

- viewing information about, 551–554

- Web enrollment pages, 545–550

e-mail

- integrity, 462–463

- legal exposure to unwanted, 460–461

e-policies, 452–453

Forefront Security capabilities, 525–528

hackers

- how they work, 470–471

- motivations of, 469

HTTP compression, 600

IP, 563–564

ISA Server 2006 features, 600–601

junk e-mail, 487–488

Kerberos version 5 protocol, 531

link translation, 600

load balancing, 600

Malicious Software Removal Tool, 488

MBSA (Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer) tool, 488–489

MIC (message integrity check), 558

NTLM protocol, 531

offload processing advantages, 597

physical, 474

public key infrastructure, 532–533

scope of, 468

single sign-on, 601

SMTP, 480–484

user accounts, unauthorized use, 473

USG (Universal Security Groups), 14

Web publishing, 600

Windows Server 2003

- access control model, 563

- Active Directory, 562

- core operating system features, 562

- explained, 561

- IP security, 563–564

- Kerberos authentication, 562

Security Accounts Manager (SAM), 562

Security Configuration Wizard (SCW), 489, 666

security default authentication, 602–603

security groups, 25, 667

security identifier (SID), 23, 562

security log, 374, 667

security management benefits, Exchange Server and Active Directory, 31

security policies

acceptable use policies, 455–456

archives, 461–462

backups, 461–462

data security, 459–460

e-mail system, 463

importance of, 450–452

logon policies, 454–455

overview, 449

password policies, 453–454

resources, 464

schema extensions, 457–458

viruses, trojans, worms, 456

seeding, 667

segmentation, 617–622, 667

SELECT command, IMAP4, 633

self-recognition viruses, 485

send connector, 667

Send SMTP connector, 73

sender filtering, 515–516, 667

Sender ID

configuration, anti-spam features, 517–519

defined, 44, 667

Edge Transport server role, 44

sending mail. See also message routing

Serial ATA (SATA), 67

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), 67

Server Configuration container, Exchange Management Console, 257–258

server names, planning the organization, 101

Server parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 314

server-based indexing process, 65

servers

Client Access role

- client-facing activities, 41–42

- description, 130

- explained, 9, 33

- suggested memory configurations based on, 108

- suggested processor configurations based on, 107

client/server systems, 7

defining roles for Exchange Server installation, 118–119

Edge Transport role

- communication settings, network interface, 495

- communication settings, subscription process, 497–498

Edge Transport role

- description, 131

- DNS suffix verification, 493–494

- explained, 9

- features, 44–45

- firewall configuration, 494–495

- installation, 495–497

- requirements and recommendations, 492

- server deployment, 493

- services, 491–492

- subscription file, copying to Hub Transport

- server, 499

- subscription file, exporting, 498

- subscription file, importing, 499–501

- suggested memory configurations based on, 108

- suggested processor configurations based on, 107

- synchronization verification, 501–502

Global Catalog, 28–29

Hub Transport role

- description, 131

- explained, 9, 32

- functionality, 74–77

- responsibilities, 42–43

- suggested memory configurations based on, 108

- suggested processor configurations based on, 107

Mailbox role

- clustered mailbox roles, 40

- description, 130

- explained, 9, 32

- suggested memory configurations based on, 108

- suggested processor configurations based on, 107

message routing, 79

overview, 8

planning

- disk space considerations, 104–106

- fault tolerance, ways to add, 108

- memory considerations, 108

- network considerations, 108

- processor considerations, 106–107

power surges, 108

role-based deployment, 9

server roles

- defining for installation, 130–131

- new features, 15

Unified Messaging role

- Client Access server role and, 42

- description, 131

- explained, 9, 15, 33

- services provided by, 43–44

- suggested memory configurations based on, 108

- suggested processor configurations based on, 107

Service Level Agreements (SLAs), 210, 320, 406–407

Service Pack 2 (SP2), 55

service packs, 117–118

service (SRV) records, 28

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), 347

Set-MailboxDatabase command, 339

Set-PublicFolder cmdlet parameters, 313–314

Set-SenderFilterConfig command, 517

Setup customization file, 667

setup log file locations, 649

Setup Wizard, 14

shared-file systems, 6. See also public folders

Sheresh, Beth (Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Inside Out), 577

Sheresh, Doug (Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Inside Out), 577

SID (security identifier), 23, 562

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), 625

single copy clusters. See SCC

single namespace advantages, multi-server configuration, 597

single sign-on security, 601

Single-Instance Message Store (SIS), 50–51

single-server scenario, OWA deployment, 596–597

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), 347

SIS (Single-Instance Message Store), 50–51

sites

Active Directory, 28

defined, 667

IP site links, 31–33

message routing, 79–81

site routing, new features, 14

SLAs (Service Level Agreements), 210, 320, 406–407

S/MIME, 557–558, 667

SMS (Systems Management Server), 94

SMTP connectors

automatic creation, 74

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 156–162, 178

foreign connector, 74

implicit creation, 74

manual creation, 74

Receive connector, 73

Send, 73

SMTP security, 480–484

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), 625, 667

SMTP system monitor counters, 437–438

snap-ins

defined, 667

extension, 250

performance, 665

snap-in root container, MMC, 248

stand-alone, 250

software environment, resource assessment, 92

SP2 (Service Pack 2), 55

spam

anti-spam features

- attachment filtering, 520–524

- connection filtering, IP Allow List feature, 506–507

- connection filtering, IP Allow List Providers list, 508–509

- connection filtering, IP Block List, 509–511

- connection filtering, IP Block List Providers, 511–513

- content filtering, 502–506

- Hub Transport server role, 43

- new features, 15

- ecipient filtering, 514–515

- sender filtering, 515–516

- sender ID configuration, 517–519

defined, 667

security attacks and, 473

speech-enabled automated attendant, 346

spelling configuration options, OWA, 623

split permission model, 14

SRV (service) records, 28

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), 597, 667

stand-alone snap-ins, 250

Standard Edition, 4–5

STAT command, POP3, 626

STATUS command, IMAP4, 633

storage

architecture, 45–46

backups and restoration, 49

best practices, 68

budgets, 45

clustering capabilities, 46

comparisons between, 46

database file structure, 50–51

disk space planning, 69–70

- mailbox disk space calculations, 321–324

- multiple storage group planning, 324–325

ESE (Extensible Storage Engine), 48, 50

Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 177, 180

how data is stored, 53–55

increased user support advantages, 48–49

Information Store Integrity Checker, 318

infrastructure reliability, 45

IOPS guideline, 72

Jetstress tool, 72

Load Generator tool, 72

LUN (logical unit number), 70–71

mailbox databases, 12

message databases, 11–12

NAS (Network Attached Storage), 67

personal stores, 12

Profile Analyzer tool, 69, 72

public folder databases, 12–13

public folders, 304

RAID levels, 67–68

recommendations, 71

recoverability enhancement, 46

requirements calculation, 68

SIS (Single-Instance Message Store), 50–51

storage groups, 46–48

store, 46–48

stores per server values, 47

storing data in Active Directory, 33–37

supported technologies, 67

testing, 72

version store, 54

storage area network (SAN), 40, 667

storage groups

architecture, 315–317

backup and restore benefits, 319

backup and restore throughput, 325–326

circular logging, 329

configuration changes, 329–332

creation, 326–328

defined, 667

increased user support benefits, 318

mailbox databases

- changing general options, 335–336

- client settings, 340

- mounting/dismounting, 341

- moving, 341

- removing, 342

- setting limits on, 338–339

mailbox store creation, 333–334

mailbox support benefits, 320

multiple business hosting benefits, 319–320

path, moving, 331

removing, 332–333

renaming, 329

stores per server values, 316

storage quotas, 668

StorageQuota parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 314

STORE command, IMAP4, 633

streaming backup programs, 401–404, 423–424

streaming backup test, 443

SUBSCRIBE command, IMAP4, 633

support, user needs assessment, 91–92

symmetric keys, 532, 668

synchronization

mailbox, 582

public folders, 583–585

system access control list (SACL), 588

System Center Configuration Manager tool, 321, 442

System Center Operations Manager tool, 321

system log, 374

system performance goals, DBA, 56

system requirements verification, Exchange Server installation, 120–121

Systems Management Server (SMS), 94

T

tab completion, 264–265

task management, Outlook 2007, 570

TCP/IP address device, 37

TCP/IP support, Exchange Server installation setup, 123

Technet center

defined, 663

as help option, 391

What's New section, 16

Telnet sessions, 471

template recipient object, 298–299

testing

disk performance, 443

disk subsystem stress test, 443

Exchange Server installation, 142–143

restoration procedures, 408–410

storage architecture, 72

streaming backup, 443

throughput, 428–429, 668

timestamps, transaction logs, 58

toolbar features, MMC, 246–247

trace log file locations, 649

training, user needs assessment, 91–92

transaction logs

best practices, 61

checkpoint files, 60–61

circular logging, 60

committed transactions, 61

continuous replication and, 210–213

data information, 58

database files, 55

ESEUTI/ML command, 58

generations, 57

header information, 58

how log entries are written to database, 61

log file locations, 649

log file names, running low on, 57

log shipping, 211

RAID levels, 68

reduced files, 57

replaying, 59

temporary log files, 57

timestamps, 58

version store, 54

write-back caching, 59

transactions, 53

transition, 668

transitioning to Exchange Server 2007

address books, 203–204

client services, 200

e-mail, 186–192

example scenario, 184–185

explained, 183

legacy systems

- removing SMTP connectors from, 200–201, 205–206

- uninstalling Exchange from, 207

limitations, 185–186

mailboxes, 192–199

public folders, 201–202

recipient policies, 199

Recipient Update Service (RUIS), 204

routing groups, 207–208

transition options, 185

transport architecture. See also Hub Transport server

communication methods, 81–82

message routing

- bifurcation point, 77

- direct-relay method, 74

- functionality, 74–77

- scenarios, 78

- sending mail between users in different site, 80–81

- sending mail between users in same site, 79

- sending mail between users on same server, 79

- sending mail to Internet, 81

protocols, 81

SMTP connectors

- automatic creation, 74

- foreign connector, 74

- implicit creation, 74

- manual creation, 74

- Receive connector, 73

- Send, 73

transport dumpster, CCR, 226, 237–238, 668

transport rules

Edge Transport server role, 45

Hub Transport server role, 43

messaging and compliance, 15

trees and forests, Active Directory components, 24–25

trojans, 456, 473, 486

troubleshooting

Best Practices Analyzer tool, 385–387

diagnostics logging, 375–378

dnsdiag.exe utility, 390

eseutil.exe offline tool, 383–384, 419

Event Viewer utility, 373–374, 376

filever.exe utility, 390

Inbox Repair Tool, 379–380

isinteg.exe utility, 390, 419

Mail Flow Troubleshooter tool, 387–389

Performance Troubleshooter tool, 389–390

RPing utility, 380–383

SCC (single copy clusters), 242

trust specific CAs, 556

trusted computer, 606

typical installation, 126, 129, 131

U

Unified Messaging

Active Directory integration, 347

automated attendants, 349

Client Access server role and, 42

counters, 439–441

defined, 668

description, 131

dial plans, 348, 352

- associating servers with, 366

- configuring, 352–356

- creating new, 350–351

enabling on individual mailboxes, 367–369

explained, 9, 15, 33

fax messaging, 346

flexible PBX integration, 347

hunt groups, 348–349

IP gateways, 348

- configuring, 364–365

- creating, 363

mailbox policies, 348

- configuring, 358–362

- creating, 357–358

services provided by, 43–44

speech-enabled automated attendant, 347

suggested processor configurations based on, 107

voice messaging, 346

voice-based inbox access, 347

Unified Messaging server role, 345

uniterruptible power supply (UPS), 108

universal groups, 26–27

Universal Security Groups (USG), 14

UNIX operating systems, 574

UNSUBSCRIBE command, IMAP4, 633

UPN (User Principal Name), 30, 603, 668

UPS (uniterruptible power supply), 108

UseDatabaseAgeDefaults parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 314

UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults parameter, Set-PublicFolder cmdlet, 314

UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule parameter, SetPublic-Folder cmdlet, 314

UseDatabaseRetentionDefaults parameter, SetPublic-Folder cmdlet, 314

user access, disabling to OWA, 606–608

user accounts, unauthorized use, 473

USER command, POP3, 626

user features, OWA, 622–624

User Information tab, mailbox usage information, 275

user management, administrative needs assessment, 98

user needs assessment

connections to other systems, 90–91

custom application needs, 91

messaging systems, 88–89

public folder usage, 89–90

remote access needs, 91

training and support needs, 91–92

User Principal Name (UPN), 30, 603, 668

user recipients

defined, 268

mailbox users, 269–270

mail-enabled, 286–287

USG (Universal Security Groups), 14

V

VDS (Virtual Disk Service), 399

verification, Exchange Server installation, 136–137

version compatibility notes, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 168–179

version store, 54

version-specific administration, Exchange Server 2003/2007 coexistence, 155–156

view-only administrators, 476

Virtual Disk Service (VDS), 399

viruses, 473

antivirus management

- Forefront Security capabilities, 525–528

- Hub Transport server role, 43

- new features, 15

- third-party antivirus options, 524

dormant phase, 485

resident, 485

security policies, 456

self-recognition, 485

Voice Access (Outlook), 43

voice mail functions, 44

voice messaging, 9, 346, 352

voice-based inbox access, 347

VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service) backup,398–401

clustered continuous replication with, 421–423

defined, 668

single multi-role mailbox server with, 424–425

W

WAN (wide area network), 93–96

warning event type, Event Viewer utility, 375

Web Development Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV)

namespace development, 62

overwrite protection, 62

property (metadata) access, 62

Web Folder client, 63

Web enrollment pages, 545–550

Web folder client, 63

Web publishing security, 600

WebDAV (Web Development Authoring and Versioning)

namespace management, 62

overwrite protection, 62

property (metadata) access, 62

Web Folder client, 63

WebReady Viewer application, OWA, 623, 668

weekly and daily combination backup methods, 417

wide area network (WAN), 93–96

Windows Mail, 570–571, 668

Windows Rights Management Services, 464

Windows Server 2003

security

- access control model, 563

- Active Directory, 562

- core operating system features, 562

- explained, 561

- IP security, 563–564

- Kerberos authentication, 562

system requirements verification, 120–121

Wood, Charles Cresson (Information Security Policies Made Easy), 450

word-based indexing, 65

Work pane (Exchange Management Console), 252, 668

worms, 456, 473, 486–487, 668

write-back caching, 59

X

X.509 standard, 24, 668

 

 

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