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Microsoft® Exchange 2000 Server Administrator's Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 11. Managing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Organizations

This chapter discusses techniques you’ll use to manage Microsoft Exchange 2000 organizations. Exchange organizations are the root of your Exchange environment, and it’s at the organization level that you specify global settings and define the administrative and routing group structures you want to use. Global settings define default message conversion rules and message delivery options for all Exchange servers in your organization. Administrative groups define the logical structure of your organization; you use them primarily in large Exchange installations to simplify the management of permissions. Routing groups define the connectivity and communication channels for the organization’s ...

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