PacktLib: Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook

Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook

Credits

About the Author

Acknowledgments

About the Author

Acknowledgments

About the Reviewers

www.PacktPub.com

Preface

Planning an Exchange Server 2013 Infrastructure

Introduction

Gathering the business requirements

Sizing Exchange 2013

Preparing for Exchange 2013

Designing storage for Exchange

Understanding Active Directory and DNS dependencies

Planning related platform components

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

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

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

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

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

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

Configuring Security and Compliance Features

Introduction

Configuring In-Place Archiving

Enabling In-Place Hold for a mailbox

Retrieving Discovery Search results

Configuring Transport rules

Working with Data Loss Prevention policies

Using mailbox audit logging

Performing Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery

Introduction

Defining backup objectives

Creating a new backup job with Windows Server Backup

Restoring an Exchange Server Database

Recovering a failed Exchange server

Implementing Security

Introduction

Configuring role-based access control

Configuring administrator audit logging

Configuring anti-spam and anti-malware features

Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013

Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013

Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013

Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013

Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013

Getting to Know Exchange Server 2013

Index