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Migrating to microsoft exchange 2000

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Migrating to microsoft exchange 2000

Migrating to microsoft exchange 2000

Stan Reimer

540 pages, parution le 01/10/2001


How to upgrade your current messaging and collaboration system to take full advantage of Microsoft Exchange 2000 Almost half of Fortune 1000 companies have either standardized their messaging platform on the Microsoft Exchange Server or plan to migrate to it. Microsoft Exchange 2000 is a significant improvement over previous versions. In this book, networking expert Stan Reimer presents a case study of a model company that provides IT professionals with a realistic view of the migration path from Exchange 4.0/5.x to 2000, including how to contend with problems such as legacy systems, planning, product integration, implementation, system maintenance, and more. Because the migration path involves migration to both Windows 2000 Active Directory and Exchange 2000, it is unusually complex. As a result, this book is as relevant to the large corporation with multiple domains, locations, and Exchange servers, as it is to the small company with a single-server location.

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Table of Contents

Introduction xv
Part 1 Introducing the Exchange 2000 Migration 1
Chapter 1 Why Migrate? Exchange 2000 Enhancements 3
Active Directory Integration 4
User and Group Management 5
Integrated Security 6
More Administration Options 7
Custom Management Tools 8
Better Client Support 11
Configuration Information 12
Exchange 2000 and Active Directory Schema Changes 14
Information Store Enhancements 14
Storage Groups and Stores 15
Other Information Store Enhancements 17
Internet Information Services Integration 19
Exchange Protocol Architecture 19
Internet Protocol Support 20
Multiple Virtual Servers 21
Distributed Internet Protocol Services 22
Outlook Web Access 23
Administration and Routing 25
Delegating Administration with Administrative Groups 25
Controlling Message Flow with Routing Groups 26
Exchange System Policies 28
Real-Time Collaboration Tools 29
Instant Messaging 29
Chat Server 30
Conferencing Services 31
Developer Tools Enhancements 33
Accessing the Information Store 33
Exchange Server Events 35
Conclusion 36
Chapter 2 Comparing Exchange 4.0/5.x and Exchange 2000 39
Administration Interface Changes 40
Recipient Management 43
Creating Mailboxes and Distribution Lists 43
Managing Address Lists 47
Managing Recipient Policies 49
Internet Protocol Support 50
Internet Protocol Architecture 51
Server Message Flow 54
Configuring Protocol Virtual Servers 56
Outlook Web Access 59
Configuring Distributed Servers 60
Configuring Administration 62
Sites Versus Administrative Groups 62
Configuring Administrative Groups 64
Moving Exchange Servers between Administrative Groups 66
Message Routing 67
Sites Versus Routing Groups 67
Message Routing Administration in Exchange 4.0/5.x 68
Message Routing Administration in Exchange 2000 70
SMTP and E-Mail Security 71
Link State Table 72
Administering External Connectors 75
Implementing Routing Groups 76
Implementing Routing Group Connectors 76
Information Store 78
Information Store Configuration 78
Exchange System Policies 84
Public Folders 87
Public Folder Trees 88
Public Folder Administration 89
Conclusion 90
Chapter 3 Introduction to North American Air 93
Purpose of the Business Scenario 94
North American Air Overview 96
Corporate IT Infrastructure 97
North American Air Messaging Infrastructure 103
Texas 103
Winnipeg 106
Atlanta 107
Chicago 107
San Diego 108
Vancouver 108
Portland 109
Conclusion 110
Part 2 Planning 111
Chapter 4 Migrating to Exchange 2000: The Planning Phase 113
Corporate Preplanning 115
Identifying the Corporate Vision and Goals 115
Identifying Opportunities and Obstacles 116
Choosing the Technology 117
Assembling the Project Team 119
Collecting Corporate Information 122
Corporate Structure and Locations 122
Current Network Infrastructure 123
Current Messaging Infrastructure 123
Current Desktop Configurations 125
Current Administrative Practices 126
Current Business Applications 127
Application Development with Exchange 2000 127
Developing the Project Plan 128
Planning and Scope Document 128
Gap Analysis Document 130
Risk Mitigation Document 131
North American Air Business Issues 134
Windows 2000 Domain Structure 135
Organizing and Managing Information Using Exchange 2000 136
Outlook Web Access 137
Consolidating Servers 137
Lowering Support Costs 138
Future Growth 138
Developing a Test Environment 139
Purpose of the Test Environment 139
Test Environment Configuration 140
The North American Air Test Environment 144
Conclusion 148
Chapter 5 Completing the Planning Process 151
Windows 2000 Deployment Planning 152
Should You Migrate to Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 at the Same Time? 152
Active Directory Planning 154
Exchange 2000 and Active Directory Planning 164
North American Air Domain Planning 164
Active Directory OU Design and Exchange 168
DNS Planning 168
Active Directory Site Planning 171
Locating Domain Controllers and Global Catalog Servers 175
The Effect of Exchange 2000 on the Global Catalog 178
Group Planning and Implementation 179
Migration Process and the Active Directory Connector 182
Exchange 2000 Deployment Planning 183
Administrative Planning 183
Message Routing Planning 186
Server Planning 188
Conclusion 191
Part 3 Migrating to Windows 2000 Active Directory 193
Chapter 6 Migrating to Active Directory 195
Migration Options 196
Upgrading a Domain 199
Disaster Recovery Planning 199
The Upgrade Process 200
Domain Upgrade Issues 203
Switching to Native Mode 206
Planning the Domain Upgrade Order 208
Domain Restructuring 209
When to Restructure 209
Migrating Security Principals 210
Intra- and Inter-Forest Restructuring 211
Domain Restructuring Tools 213
Migrating North American Air to Windows 2000 216
Installing the Root Domain 218
Upgrading an Existing Domain 223
Domain Restructuring 226
Exchange Server and the ADMT 234
Conclusion 234
Chapter 7 Using the Active Directory Connector 237
Preparing the Exchange Organization for Migration 238
The Active Directory Connector 239
ADC Synchronization Overview 243
Installing and Configuring the ADC 246
ADC Installation Procedure 247
Configuring Connection Agreements 250
Planning and Deploying the ADC 261
Exchange 4.0/5.x Distribution Lists and Universal Groups 261
Replicating Multiple Recipient Containers 263
Migrating User Information to Active Directory 265
Designing ADC Connection Agreement Scenarios 271
Implementing the ADC at North American Air 278
The ADC in the Winnipeg Domain 278
The ADC in the Atlanta-Chicago Domain 280
The ADC in the Texas Domains 281
Conclusion 282
Part 4 Migrating to Exchange 2000 Server 283
Chapter 8 Migrating a Single Site to Exchange 2000 285
Preparing the Forest for Exchange 2000 286
Using /forestprep 286
Running Domainprep 292
Upgrading the Exchange Site 294
Upgrading an Existing Exchange 5.5 Server 294
Upgrading the Site with a Move Mailbox Upgrade 301
Leapfrog Migration 306
Upgrading Public Folders 308
Upgrading and Managing the Internet Mail Service 316
Upgrading Outlook Web Access 319
Upgrading Other Connectors 320
Removing the First Exchange Server in the Site 321
Upgrading the Winnipeg Site at North American Air 323
Conclusion 326
Chapter 9 Coexisting with Exchange 4.0/5.x Servers 329
Coexistence Issues 329
Sites, Administrative Groups, and Routing Groups 332
Messaging Coexistence 334
Directory Coexistence 336
Configuration Connection Agreements 337
Site Replication Service 341
Active Directory Replication and Exchange Directory Replication 347
Implementing the SRS at North American Air 348
GWART and the Link State Table Coexistence 353
Other Coexistence Issues 354
Proxy Address Coexistence 354
Site Service Account Coexistence 355
Address Book Views and Address Lists 357
Offline Address Lists 358
Coexistence with Another Organization 361
Conclusion 364
Chapter 10 Completing the Migration 365
Upgrading the Site Connectors 365
Upgrading a Site Connector 366
Upgrading an X.400 Connector 367
Upgrading an Internet Mail Service Connector 368
Replacing a Dynamic RAS Connector 369
Migrating from Other Messaging Systems 371
Migrating from MS Mail 372
Migrating from Lotus Notes 380
Completing the Migration at North American Air 382
Migrating the Atlanta and Chicago Locations 382
Migrating the Texas Locations 384
Migrating the Vancouver Location 388
Migrating the San Diego MS Mail Server 388
Migrating the Portland Domino/Lotus Notes Server 389
Switching to Native Mode 389
Conclusion 390
Part 5 Managing and Maintaining the Exchange 2000 Server Organization 391
Chapter 11 Managing the Exchange 2000 Organization 393
Configuring Global Settings 394
Configuring the Internet Message Formats and Automatic Responses 394
Configuring Message Delivery Options 397
Administering Exchange 2000 Virtual Servers 399
Setting General Options 399
Setting Access Options 400
Setting Message Options 403
Setting Delivery Options 405
Managing the Virtual Server Queues 410
Configuring Exchange 2000 Routing Group Connectors 413
Configuring the Routing Group Connector 414
Configuring the SMTP Connector 422
Configuring the X.400 Connector 429
Conclusion 430
Chapter 12 Implementing Additional Exchange 2000 Services 431
Implementing Outlook Web Access 431
OWA in Exchange 2000 433
Configuring Distributed Servers 438
Configuring Secure OWA 440
Implementing Public Folder Enhancements 451
Configuring Multiple Public Folder Trees 451
Administering Full-Text Indexing 457
Implementing Instant Messaging 463
Instant Messaging Overview 463
Planning for Instant Messaging 468
Implementing Instant Messaging 469
Implementing Conferencing Services 473
Conclusion 483
Chapter 13 Monitoring and Maintaining Exchange 2000 485
Monitoring the Exchange Organization 486
Monitoring Server Performance 486
Configuring Notifications 492
Configuring Diagnostic Logging 495
Monitoring Message Flow 499
Monitoring the North American Air Exchange Organization 503
Maintaining the Exchange Organization 505
Understanding Exchange Database Design 505
Using the Database Utilities 510
Backing Up Exchange Servers 514
Restoring Exchange Servers 518
Maintaining the North American Air Organization 524
Conclusion 525
Epilogue 527
Index 529

L'auteur - Stan Reimer

Stan Reimer is an independent consultant and trainer specializing in Microsoft Exchange Server, ISA Server, and Active Directory design and implementation. He has developed courseware and security clinics and coauthored an Active Directory Technical Reference for Microsoft Learning.

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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Stan Reimer
Parution 01/10/2001
Nb. de pages 540
Format 17,6 x 22,8
Couverture Broché
Poids 858g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780471061168
ISBN13 978-0-471-06116-8


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