configuring exchange server 2000

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Elsevier, Mar 12, 2001 - Computers - 512 pages
E-mail configuration for the System Administrator.

Windows 2000 users will find Configuring Exchange Server 2000 valuable for its coverage of all the popular e-mail clients, such as Outlook and Outlook Express. In addition, System and E-Mail Administrators will find the coverage of large system E-Mail Providers such as Exchange indispensable.

Configuring Exchange Server 2000 focuses on e-mail configuration from the standpoint of the system administrator. It covers installation and management of all the major email programs, as well as covering mobile email, web-based email, email security and implementation of email within multinational companies.



* Covers the full range of e-mail security features
* Avoids theory and deals in specific safeguards and solutions that are readily available to users

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Whats New in Exchange 2000
1
Chapter 2 Active Directory Integration with Exchange 2000
29
Chapter 3 Security Applications that Enhance Exchange 2000
91
Chapter 4 Basic Administration
145
Chapter 5 Client Access to Exchange 2000 for EMail
223
Chapter 6 Deploying Exchange 2000 Server
279
Chapter 7 Defending Exchange 2000 from Attack
329
Chapter 8 RealTime Communication in Exchange 2000
355
Chapter 10 Is Your Backup and Restore Really Working?
433
Chapter 11 Clustering Your Exchange 2000 Server
473
Chapter 12 Basic Monitoring and Troubleshooting Methodology
523
Appendix A TCP and UDP Ports
573
Appendix B Physical Networking and VPN Protocol Details
577
Index
591
Related Titles
638
Copyright

Chapter 9 Application Service Providers
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