configuring exchange server 2000
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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Chapter 3 Security Applications that Enhance Exchange 2000
Chapter 4 Basic Administration
Chapter 5 Client Access to Exchange 2000 for EMail
Chapter 6 Deploying Exchange 2000 Server
Chapter 7 Defending Exchange 2000 from Attack
Chapter 8 RealTime Communication in Exchange 2000
Chapter 9 Application Service Providers
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