A bestselling Exchange Server guide, updated for the 2016 release Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is the gold-standard reference for system administrators and first-time users alike. Fully updated to align with the latest release, this expert-led guide provides comprehensive coverage and easy-to-follow tutorials for all aspects of Exchange Server installation, configuration, and management. Whether you're migrating from an earlier version or installing Exchange Server for the first time, this book gives you quick access to the answers you need. Step-by-step instructions walk you through planning and design, installation, administration and management, maintenance, and more, so you can get up to speed quickly and get back to work. With a focus on the hands-on details, the Microsoft Certified Masters author team provides practical insight and invaluable guidance on every aspect of Exchange Server 2016, from mastering the basics to leveraging new features. Microsoft Exchange allows access to e-mail, voicemail, and calendars at any time, from almost any device. The 2016 release is designed specifically to appeal to enterprises; if you've been tasked with the implementation, this guide has the information you need.
Get up to speed with the latest changes and features Understand server configurations, requirements, installation, and migration Manage mailboxes, groups, connectivity, and the client access server Troubleshoot common issues efficiently and effectively Exchange Server 2016 shifts even more control to the user, freeing administrators to perform more critical tasks. Beefed-up architecture and more centralized functions have eased configuration and upgrades, and a robust cloud implementation is expected to draw enterprises sooner rather than later. Systems administrators need to become familiar with the latest changes, and Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is the ultimate reference and tutorial.
, Brian Svidergol
, Byron Wright
, Vladimir Meloski
, David Elfassy
Country of Publication:
21 October 2016
Professional and scholarly
Introduction xxvii Part 1 * Exchange Fundamentals 1 Chapter 1 * Putting Exchange Server 2016 in Context 3 Chapter 2 * Introducing the Changes in Exchange Server 2016 25 Chapter 3 * Understanding Availability, Recovery, and Compliance 41 Chapter 4 * Virtualizing Exchange Server 2016 71 Chapter 5 * Introduction to PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell 91 Chapter 6 * Understanding the Exchange Autodiscover Process 145 Part 2 * Getting Exchange Server Running 169 Chapter 7 * Exchange Server 2016 Quick Start Guide 171 Chapter 8 * Understanding Server Roles and Configurations 195 Chapter 9 * Exchange Server 2016 Requirements 209 Chapter 10 * Installing Exchange Server 2016 227 Chapter 11 * Upgrades and Migrations to Exchange Server 2016 or Office 365 249 Part 3 * Recipient Administration 273 Chapter 12 * Management Permissions and Role-Based Access Control 275 Chapter 13 * Basics of Recipient Management 315 Chapter 14 * Managing Mailboxes and Mailbox Content 331 Chapter 15 * Managing Mail-Enabled Groups, Mail Users, and Mail Contacts 389 Chapter 16 * Managing Resource Mailboxes 413 Chapter 17 * Managing Modern Public Folders 435 Chapter 18 * Managing Archiving and Compliance 463 Part 4 * Server Administration 493 Chapter 19 * Creating and Managing Mailbox Databases 495 Chapter 20 * Creating and Managing Database Availability Groups 519 Chapter 21 * Understanding the Client Access Services 559 Chapter 22 * Managing Connectivity with Transport Services 597 Chapter 23 * Managing Transport, Data Loss Prevention, and Journaling Rules 635 Part 5 * Troubleshooting and Operating 665 Chapter 24 * Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2016 667 Chapter 25 * Backing Up and Restoring Exchange Server 691 Appendix * The Bottom Line 719 Index 753
Clifton Leonard is a consultant specializing in Windows Server, Exchange Server, Skype for Business, Microsoft Azure, and Office 365. Brian Svidergol, author and MCT, builds infrastructure and cloud solutions with a focus on identity and access, messaging, Windows Server, and Office 365. Byron Wright, MVP Exchange Server, is a consultant specializing in Exchange Server, Microsoft Office 365, and Windows Server solutions. Vladimir Meloski is an MVP on Office Servers and Services, MCT and consultant, providing unified communications and infrastructure solutions based on Microsoft Exchange Server, Skype for Business, Office 365 and Windows Server.