Exchange Server Cookbook

Paul Robichaux, Missy Koslosky, Devin L. Ganger

  • 出版商: O'Reilly
  • 出版日期: 2005-07-05
  • 定價: $1,480
  • 售價: 2.0$299
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 464
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0596007175
  • ISBN-13: 9780596007171
  • 相關分類: Exchange Server
  • 立即出貨(限量) (庫存=3)




Ask network administrators what their most critical computer application is, and most will say "email" without a moment's hesitation. If you run a network powered by Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Exchange occupies much of your time. According to Microsoft, 110 million Exchange seats have been deployed, but 60% of you are still running Exchange 5.5. That's a problem, because the difference between version 5.5 and the more efficient Exchange 2000 and Exchange Server 2003 is profound.

Don't fret. Exchange Server Cookbook offers you a comprehensive how-to guide to these newer versions of Exchange. You'll find quick solutions for the most common tasks you need to perform--everything from installation and maintenance to configuration and optimization, with proven recipes for the most useful tools and utilities. The book also has solutions to some uncommon tasks (that you may not know are possible) and advanced procedures that aren't part of day-to-day operations. These include tasks for critical situations, such as using a recovery storage group.

Our reliable desktop reference even shows you how to write scripts for Exchange management and deployment tasks. That's right. While not every Exchange job can be scripted, many can, and we provide lots of working VBScript examples for accomplishing particular goals. Whatever your particular need, you'll find it quickly, because chapters in this Cookbook are laid out by recipe, with cross references to other pertinent solutions in the book. With this guide, you'll learn:

  • The relationship between Exchange and Active Directory
  • When to use the GUI, the command line, or scripting
  • How to prepare forests, domains, and servers
  • How to use Group Policy to control Exchange
  • Diagnostic logging, measure performance, and administrative privileges
  • Recipient management: user accounts, mailboxes, mail-enabled groups
  • Mailbox and public folder database management
  • Message routing and transport functions
  • Security, backup, restore, and recovery operations

For every question you have about Exchange 2000 or Exchange Server 2003, our Cookbook has the answer--one that you can find and implement without a moment's hesitation.


Table of Contents:


1. Getting Started

      Cooking with Exchange

      Where to Get Tools

      Finding More Information

2. Installation and Infrastructure

      2.1 Verifying Your Current Infrastructure Is Ready for Exchange   Server 2003 

      2.2 Preparing a Windows 2000 Server Computer for an Exchange  Installation

      2.3 Preparing a Windows Server 2003 Computer for an Exchange   Installation

      2.4 Preparing an Active Directory Forest for Exchange

      2.5 Preparing an Active Directory Domain for Exchange

      2.6 Verifying That Forest and Domain Preparation Completed

      2.7 Installing Exchange on a Member Server

      2.8 Installing Exchange on a Domain Controller

      2.9 Using Exchange Setup in Unattended Mode

      2.10 Checking the Expiry Date of an Evaluation Version of Exchange

      2.11 Upgrading the Evaluation Version of Exchange

      2.12 Upgrading from Standard Edition to Enterprise Edition

      2.13 Enumerating All Existing Exchange Servers

      2.14 Enumerating All Exchange Connectors

      2.15 Switching Exchange from Mixed Mode to Native Mode

      2.16 Creating the First Administrative Group with a Custom Name

      2.17 Viewing Administrative Groups in Exchange System Manager

      2.18 Creating Administrative Groups

      2.19 Removing Administrative Groups

      2.20 Moving Objects Between Administrative Groups

3. Active Directory Integration

      3.1 Determining Which Domain Controllers Exchange Is Using

      3.2 Forcing Exchange to Use Specific Domain Controllers

      3.3 Determining and Specifying the DC That ESM Uses

      3.4 Removing Exchange from Active Directory

      3.5 Changing the Forest Functional Level

      3.6 Controlling Exchange Settings Through Group Policy Objects

      3.7 Installing Additional Recipient Update Service Instances

      3.8 Troubleshooting DSAccess Topology Discovery

      3.9 Checking Which Account or Group Has Been Assigned   Permissions During ForestPrep

4. Exchange Server and Organization Management

      4.1 Installing ESM on Windows XP

      4.2 Starting and Stopping Exchange

      4.3 Controlling Message Tracking Settings

      4.4 Determining Whether a Server Is a Front-End Server

      4.5 Applying Exchange System Policies

      4.6 Monitoring Exchange Service Status

      4.7 Controlling Diagnostic Logging

      4.8 Measuring Exchange Performance

      4.9 Delegating Administrative Control

      4.10 Setting Default Send and Receive Size Limits

5. Recipient Management

      5.1 Creating a User Account and Mailbox

      5.2 Creating a Mailbox for an Existing User

      5.3 Removing a Mailbox for an Existing User

      5.4 Creating a Mail-Enabled Group

      5.5 Controlling Mailbox Size Limits

      5.6 Moving Mailboxes

      5.7 Getting Mailbox Access and Logon Information

      5.8 Determining the Size of a Mailbox

      5.9 Recovering a Deleted Mailbox

      5.10 Bulk-Adding Mailboxes from an Excel Worksheet

      5.11 Creating a Mail-Enabled Contact

      5.12 Creating Multiple Address Lists

      5.13 Creating Query-Based Distribution Groups

      5.14 Granting Full Access to Mailboxes

      5.15 Getting the List of Delegates for a Mailbox

      5.16 Changing the Display Name Format in the GAL

      5.17 Hiding or Revealing Items in Address Lists

      5.18 Setting a Default Reply-to Address for a Mailbox

      5.19 Creating Recipient Policies

      5.20 Limiting Who Can Send Mail to a Distribution Group

      5.21 Granting Send-as Permissions

      5.22 Granting Send on Behalf of Permissions

      5.23 Granting Users or Groups Permission to Access Other Mailboxes

      5.24 Limiting the Number of Recipients to Which Messages Can Be Sent

      5.25 Creating and Using Offline Address Lists

      5.26 Using Mailbox Manager

      5.27 Using ADModify.NET to Update User Attributes

      5.28 Setting Properties on User Accounts

      5.29 Retrieving Properties on User Accounts

6. Mailbox and Public Folder Database Management

      6.1 Creating a Storage Group

      6.2 Deleting a Storage Group

      6.3 Enumerating the Storage Groups on a Server

      6.4 Creating a Mailbox Database

      6.5 Creating a Public Folder Database

      6.6 Deleting a Database

      6.7 Mounting a Database

      6.8 Dismounting a Database

      6.9 Moving Databases and Logs to Different Disks

      6.10 Determining How Much Whitespace Is in a Database

      6.11 Finding the Low Anchor Log File

      6.12 Rebuilding a Database File from Logs

      6.13 Enumerating Connected Mailboxes in a Database

      6.14 Turning on Circular Logging for a Storage Group

      6.15 Controlling the Online Maintenance Process

      6.16 Performing an Offline Defragmentation

      6.17 Shrinking a Database That Exceeds the 16 GB Size Limit   for Standard Edition

7. Transport, Routing, and SMTP

      7.1 Creating a New SMTP Virtual Server

      7.2 Choosing the Correct Connector

      7.3 Creating a Routing Group Connector

      7.4 Creating an SMTP Connector

      7.5 Configuring a Connector to Allow Routing of Messages   from Specific Senders

      7.6 Allowing Large Messages Through Specific Connectors

      7.7 Creating a Routing Group

      7.8 Removing a Routing Group

      7.9 Designating the Routing Group Master

      7.10 Moving a Server Between Routing Groups

      7.11 Examining Your Routing Structure

      7.12 Listing the SMTP Queues on a Specific Virtual Server

      7.13 Inspecting the Contents of a Queue

      7.14 Deleting Messages from a Queue

      7.15 Moving SMTP Queues to a New Location

      7.16 Deleting Messages from the Badmail Folder

      7.17 Sharing an SMTP Domain Between Exchange and a Foreign   Mail System

      7.18 Accepting Mail for Multiple Domains

      7.19 Controlling Mail Relaying

      7.20 Filtering Messages Based on Recipient

      7.21 Setting IP Address Restrictions for Multiple Servers

      7.22 Using a DNS Block List on Exchange Server 2003

      7.23 Controlling Global and Internet Message Format Settings

      7.24 Setting Up a Role Email Address

      7.25 Verifying Your External DNS Configuration for Inbound SMTP

      7.26 Testing SMTP Manually

8. Client Connectivity

      8.1 Blocking Specific Versions of Outlook from Connecting

      8.2 Configuring Attachment Blocking for Outlook

      8.3 Fixing Mailbox Folder Names That Appear in the Wrong Language

      8.4 Configuring Attachment Blocking for OWA 2003

      8.5 Configuring Freedoc Access for OWA 2003

      8.6 Controlling OWA 2003 Spellchecking

      8.7 Enabling SSL for OWA

      8.8 Configuring Form-Based Authentication for OWA 2003

      8.9 Allowing Password Changes Through OWA

      8.10 Changing OWA 2003 Session Timeouts

      8.11 Using the OWA Web Administration Tool

      8.12 Creating OWA 2003 Themes

      8.13 Forcing Users to Use a Specific OWA Theme

      8.14 Enabling the Use of FBA/SSL with Outlook Mobile Access   and Exchange ActiveSync

      8.15 Enabling Support for  "Unsupported" Outlook Mobile Access   Devices

      8.16 Adding Mobile Carriers for Exchange ActiveSync

      8.17 Disabling Exchange ActiveSync Certificate Checking

      8.18 Installing a Root Certificate for Use with EAS

      8.19 Configuring the POP3 Server for User Access

      8.20 Configuring the IMAP4 Server for User Access

      8.21 Configuring NNTP for Newsgroup Feeds

      8.22 Disabling User Access to POP3, IMAP4, and HTTP

      8.23 Using Protocol Logging

      8.24 Making Exchange Work Behind a Cisco PIX Firewall

9. Public Folder Management

      9.1 Using the Public Folder Migration Tool

      9.2 Rehoming Public Folders

      9.3 Getting and Setting Public Folder Permissions

      9.4 Forcing Public Folder Replication

      9.5 Replicating the Public Folder Hierarchy

      9.6 Getting Properties of the Public Folder Tree

      9.7 Creating and Deleting Public Folders

      9.8 Mail-Enabling or Mail-Disabling a Public Folder

      9.9 Finding All Replicas of a Public Folder

      9.10 Working with a Specific Server's Replica List

      9.11 Controlling Who Can Create Top-Level Public Folders

      9.12 Recreating the Schedule+ Free/Busy Folder

      9.13 Controlling Public Folder Replication Settings

      9.14 Finding or Changing the Site Folder Server

10. Exchange Security

      10.1 Scanning Exchange Servers for Security Patches

      10.2 Securing SMTP Authentication

      10.3 Enabling IPsec Between Front- and Back-End Servers

      10.4 Enabling IPsec on an Exchange Server 2003 Cluster

      10.5 Enabling SSL Offloading

      10.6 Setting Up S/MIME in Outlook

      10.7 Creating a Custom DNS Block List

      10.8 Controlling Anonymous Address Resolution

      10.9 Disabling Unnecessary Exchange Services

      10.10 Setting Up RPC over HTTPS

      10.11 Setting Up TLS Security for SMTP

      10.12 Changing Server Banners

11. Backup, Restore, and Recovery

      11.1 Backing Up an Individual Mailbox

      11.2 Backing Up a Database

      11.3 Backing Up a Storage Group

      11.4 Restoring One or More Databases to the Same Server

      11.5 Restoring a Storage Group to the Same Server

      11.6 Restoring a Database to a Different Machine in Exchange 2000

      11.7 Restoring a Database to a Different Machine in Exchange   Server 2003

      11.8 Recovering an Individual Mailbox from a Database Backup

      11.9 Performing Disaster Recovery of a Cluster Node to a   Nonclustered Server

      11.10 Using the Exchange Server 2003 Mailbox Recovery Center   to Recover a Mailbox

      11.11 Recovering to a Recovery Storage Group in Exchange Server 2003

      11.12 Performing Dial-Tone Recovery with Exchange Server 2003

      11.13 Using the Mailbox Reconnect Utility



請求網絡管理員他們最重要的電腦應用程序是什麼,大多數人會毫不猶豫地說“電子郵件”。如果您運行一個由Windows 2000或Windows Server 2003驅動的網絡,Microsoft Exchange將佔用您大部分的時間。根據Microsoft的說法,已部署了1.1億個Exchange席位,但仍有60%的人在運行Exchange 5.5。這是一個問題,因為版本5.5和更高效的Exchange 2000和Exchange Server 2003之間的差異是巨大的。

不要擔心,《Exchange Server Cookbook》為您提供了這些新版本Exchange的全面指南。您將找到執行最常見任務所需的快速解決方案,從安裝和維護到配置和優化,以及對最有用的工具和實用程序的成熟配方。該書還提供了一些不常見的任務解決方案(您可能不知道可以實現的)和日常操作中不包含的高級程序。這些包括用於關鍵情況的任務,例如使用恢復存儲組。


- Exchange和Active Directory之間的關係
- 何時使用GUI、命令行或腳本
- 如何準備林、域和服務器
- 如何使用群組策略控制Exchange
- 診斷日誌、測量性能和管理特權
- 收件人管理:用戶帳戶、郵箱、啟用郵件的群組
- 郵箱和公共文件夾數據庫管理
- 消息路由和傳輸功能
- 安全性、備份、恢復和還原操作

對於您對Exchange 2000或Exchange Server 2003的任何問題,我們的Cookbook都有答案,您可以毫不猶豫地找到並實施。

1. 入門
2. 安裝和基礎設施