Exchange Server 2007 How-To: Real Solutions for Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Administrators

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Pearson Education, Dec 22, 2008 - Computers - 336 pages
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Exchange Server 2007 How-To


Real Solutions for Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Administrators


J. Peter Bruzzese


Need fast, reliable, easy-to-implement solutions for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007? This book delivers exactly what you’re looking for. You’ll find tested, step-by-step procedures for everything from planning deployment and infrastructure through installing, configuring, managing, and securing Exchange in your production environment. Completely up-to-date, this book reflects Exchange Server 2007’s newest features, including the significant enhancements introduced with Service Pack 1. When time is of the essence, turn here first: get answers you can trust–and use–right now!


Fast, Accurate, and Easy-to-Use!

  • Prepare for deployment with the right hardware, software, server roles, and storage architecture
  • Upgrade, transition, or migrate from previous versions of Exchange–or from Novell or Lotus
  • Install roles, Edge Transport Servers, Active/Passive mailboxes, and more
  • Work with Exchange Management Console and Exchange Management Shell
  • Discover best practices for managing Exchange disk storage
  • Efficiently manage users, distribution groups, and mailboxes
  • Create and use Administrative Roles, Address Lists, Offline Address Books, and Managed Content Settings
  • Configure Client Access Servers, including Outlook Web Access, ActiveSync, and Outlook Anywhere
  • Fight spam with Exchange Server 2007’s powerful antispam features
  • Design and deploy disaster recovery plans you can trust
  • Plan and implement the best high availability options for your environment
  • Configure Unified Messaging to deliver voicemail and fax services
  • Monitor and troubleshoot Exchange


J. Peter Bruzzese (cofounder of is an independent consultant, trainer, and author of the

monthly column Exclusively Exchange. Bruzzese’s website,, provides screencasts about Exchange 2007 SP1, as well as Exchange blog postings and peer assistance. He has consulted with clients ranging from Goldman Sachs to Microsoft, and instructed for leading training organizations such as CBT Nuggets (for their Exchange 2007 Certification Series) and New Horizons. Bruzzese writes the Enterprise Windows blog for InfoWorld, contributes to Redmond and WindowsITPro Magazines, and speaks regularly at the MCP TechMentor Conferences. His recent books include Tricks of the Windows Vista Masters and Administrator’s Guide to Microsoft Office 2007 Servers.


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Introduction to Exchange 2007 SP1 2 Consider Deployment Scenarios
Install Exchange 2007
Consider Deployment Scenarios
Manage Storage and Databases
Manage Recipients
Manage Organization Permissions and Mailbox Settings
Configure the Client Access Server CAS
Administrate Transport Settings
Design and Deploy Disaster Recovery Settings
Design and Deploy High Availability for Exchange 2007
Configure a Unified Messaging Server
IMonitor and Troubleshoot Your Exchange Environment

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J. Peter Bruzzese is an independent consultant and trainer for a variety of clients including CBT Nuggets (the Exchange 2007 Video Series) and New Horizons. During the past ten years, Peter has worked with Goldman Sachs, CommVault Systems, and Microsoft, to name a few companies. His focus has been and continues to be corporate support and training. He has specialized in Active Directory, Exchange support, education, and certification training. He holds the following certifications: Microsoft’s MCSA 2000/2003; MCSE NT/2000/2003; MCITP: Messaging with Exchange 2007; and MCT; Novell’s can; Cisco’s CCNA; CIW’s CIW Master and CIW Certified Instructor; and CompTIA’s A+, Network+, and iNET+.


Peter enjoys taking complex technical topics such as Exchange and breaking them down into something easy to understand and enjoyable to learn. He has a love for the way messaging works and appreciates the improvements Microsoft has made to Exchange with each release.


Peter has a monthly column with Realtime Publishers called Exclusively Exchange, which formed his free site At this site, you can watch screencasts about Exchange 2007 SP1, read Peter’s blog postings about Exchange and PowerShell, and locate assistance from others in the Exchange community. He also created a variety of miniature training clips to assist others in learning more about networking, Office 2007 (including Outlook 2003 and 2007 clips), and Vista ( Peter believes that short training sessions in a familiar environment yield greater results.


Peter is also a contributor to Redmondmagazine, WindowsITPro magazine, and several tech sites. He is a speaker for the TechMentor conferences, Microsoft TechEd conferences, the IT360 Tech conferences in Canada, and more recently, the TEC conference. His conference sessions focus mainly on Exchange. Finally, he writes the Enterprise Windows blog for InfoWorld.


You can catch up with Peter at

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