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Pro Exchange 2013 SP1 PowerShell Administration: For Exchange On-Premises and Office 365

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Pro Exchange 2013 SP1 PowerShell Administration is your one-stop resource for both basic and advanced administration of Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1 and Exchange Online, Microsoft's best-selling hosted Exchange service.

The industry shift that is currently happening toward ‘the cloud’ is not just about hosting your applications somewhere else. It’s also driving automation and standardization of technical solutions, which in turn is leading to greater productivity. Embracing PowerShell will help you administer your existing environment more efficiently and also teach you valuable ‘cloud-ready’ skills as well. This book is your best-in-class companion for gaining a deep, thorough understanding of managing all facets of Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 with PowerShell.

Authors Michel de Rooij and Jaap Wesselius, both Microsoft messaging MVPs, take you through tips, tricks, and little known facts that will make your administration life simpler and more effective. Along with revealing what’s new in Exchange Server 2013, this well-paced, deeply engaging tutorial provides detailed deployment guidance, for upgraders and migrators as well as for organizations entirely new to the Exchange platform. The book details how all of the major Exchange components fit together, from SMTP messages to all kinds of clients. It also provides in-depth configuration examples with an eye toward creating scalable, reliable, and secure installations. Additionally, this guide covers the tools and techniques for monitoring an Exchange environment and troubleshooting when things go wrong.

Discover how to automate time consuming management tasks, configure a Hybrid environment with an on-premises Exchange deployment, and more today with Pro Exchange 2013 SP1 PowerShell Administration.

  • Teaches you the basics of PowerShell and provides a foundation for more advanced scripting
  • Deploy an Office 365 tenant in hybrid mode with your existing Exchange servers
  • Learn how to manage Exchange Online with Remote PowerShell
  • Table of Contents

    1. Cover
    2. Title
    3. Copyright
    4. Dedication
    5. Contents at a Glance
    6. Contents
    7. About the Authors
    8. About the Technical Reviewers
    9. Acknowledgments
    10. Introduction
    11. Chapter 1: Introduction to Exchange 2013 SP1
      1. Getting Started
        1. The Editions
        2. What’s New in Exchange 2013 SP1?
        3. What Has Been Removed from Exchange Server
      2. Integration with Active Directory
        1. Active Directory Partitions
        2. Active Directory Permissions
        3. Active DirectorySites
      3. Exchange 2013 Architecture
        1. The Client Access Server
        2. The Mailbox Server
      4. Exchange 2013 Management
        1. Exchange Admin Center
        2. Exchange Management Shell
      5. Virtualization
        1. Sizing Virtual Exchange 2013 Servers
      6. Summary
    12. Chapter 2: Installing Exchange Server 2013
      1. Designing Exchange Server 2013
        1. Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator
      2. Green-Field Installation of Exchange 2013
        1. Hardware Requirements
        2. Software Requirements
        3. Exchange 2013 SP1 installation
        4. Unattended Installation of Exchange 2013
        5. Scripted Installation
        6. Post-Installation Tasks
      3. Installation and Configuration of Exchange 2013 Using the GUI
        1. Install Exchange 2013
        2. Post-Installation Tasks Using the Exchange Admin Center
        3. Connectors
        4. Outlook Anywhere
        5. MapiHttp
        6. External URLs
        7. Service Connection Point
      4. Coexistence with Previous Versions of Exchange Server
        1. Transition to Exchange Server 2013
        2. Prerequisites
        3. Configuring the Namespaces and Coexistence
        4. SMTP Mail in a Coexistence Scenario
        5. Moving Resources to Exchange 2013
      5. Patch Management
        1. Installing a Cumulative Update
      6. Summary
    13. Chapter 3: Exchange 2013 Client Access Server
      1. Overview of Client Access Technologies
        1. Introducing the Client Access Front End Service
        2. The Death of RPC/TCP
        3. Introducing MapiHttp
      2. Client Connectivity
        1. Outlook Clients
        2. Web-Based Clients
        3. Exchange Admin Center
        4. Exchange Web Services
        5. Office Web Apps
        6. Mobile Clients
        7. POP3 and IMAP4
      3. Namespaces
        1. Split-DNS
        2. Single Common Namespace
      4. Virtual Directories
      5. SSL Certificates
        1. Request a New SSL Certificate
        2. Export an SSL Certificate
        3. Import an SSL Certificate
      6. Load Balancing
      7. SSL Offloading
      8. SMTP Transport
        1. The Send Connector
        2. The Receive Connectors
        3. Anti-Spam Features
        4. Load-Balancing SMTP
      9. Publishing Exchange
        1. Direct Connection
        2. TMG 2010
        3. IIS/ARR
        4. Windows 2012 R2 Web Application Proxy
        5. Load Balancer Reverse Proxy
      10. Summary
    14. Chapter 4: Exchange 2013 Mailbox Server
      1. The Mailbox Server Role
        1. The Mailbox Database
        2. Database Pages
        3. Transaction Log Files
        4. Checkpoint File
        5. How This All Fits Together
        6. Header Information
        7. Single-Instance Storage
        8. Microsoft Exchange Information Store
        9. Database Caching
      2. Managing theMailbox Databases
        1. To Rename a Mailbox Database
        2. To Move a Mailbox Database
        3. To Enable Circular Logging
        4. To Change Quota Settings
        5. To Assign an Offline Address Book
        6. To Create a New Mailbox Database
        7. To Delete a Mailbox Database
        8. Online Mailbox Database Maintenance
      3. Managing theMailboxes
        1. To Create a User Mailbox
        2. To Set Additional Mailbox Properties
        3. To Use Mailbox Delegation
        4. To Create a Resource Mailbox
        5. To Create a Shared Mailbox
        6. To Create a Linked Mailbox
        7. To Remove a Mailbox
      4. Modern Public Folders
        1. Some Background on Public Folders
        2. Public Folders in Exchange Server 2013
        3. To Create Public Folders
      5. Distribution Groups
        1. To Create a New Distribution Group
        2. To Mail-Enable an Existing Group
        3. To Manage Distribution Group Membership
        4. To Set Membership Approval
        5. Dynamic Distribution Groups
        6. Moderated Distribution Groups
        7. The Expansion Server
        8. To Remove a Distribution Group
      6. Contacts
      7. Address Lists
        1. Default Address Lists
        2. Custom Address Lists
        3. Offline Address Book
        4. Address Book Policies
      8. The Transport Service
        1. The Transport Pipeline
        2. Routing Destinations
        3. Delivery Groups
        4. Queues
        5. Safety Net
      9. Autodiscover
        1. Domain-Joined Clients
        2. Non-Domain-Joined Clients
        3. Autodiscover Redirect
        4. Autodiscover SRV Records
      10. Summary
    15. Chapter 5: High Availability
      1. Mailbox Server High Availability
        1. Cluster Nodes and the File Share Witness
        2. Cluster Administrative Access Point
        3. Replication
        4. Active Manager
        5. DAG Across (Active Directory) Sites
        6. DAG Networks
        7. DAG Creation Process
        8. Monitoring the DAG
      2. Client Access Server High Availability
        1. Managed Availability
        2. The Architecture of Managed Availability
        3. Exchange 2013 CAS and Managed Availability
        4. Front End Transport Server High Availability
      3. Transport High Availability
        1. Mailbox Server Transport High Availability
        2. Edge Transport High Availability
      4. Summary
    16. Chapter 6: Message Hygiene
      1. The Exchange 2013 Edge Transport Server
        1. Installation of an Exchange 2013 Edge Transport Server
      2. Anti-Spam Settings
        1. Reverse DNS
        2. Connection Filtering Agents
        3. Sender Filtering
        4. Recipient Filtering
        5. Sender ID Filtering
        6. Content Filtering
        7. Sender Reputation
      3. SSL Certificates
      4. Test of the Edge Transport Server
      5. Export and Import Edge Configuration
      6. Load-Balancing the Edge Transport Servers
      7. Exchange 2013 Anti-Malware
      8. Summary
    17. Chapter 7: Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery in Exchange Server 2013
      1. Backing up Exchange 2013
        1. A Refresher on Mailbox Database Technologies
        2. The Backup Technologies
        3. Backing up a Mailbox Database
        4. Backup of Other Configuration Information
      2. Restoring Exchange Server 2013
        1. Restoring a Mailbox Database to Its Original Location
        2. Restoring a Mailbox Database to Another Location
      3. Disaster Recovery with Exchange Server 2013
        1. Rebuilding the Exchange Server
        2. ESEUTIL and Corrupted Databases
        3. File Recovery Tools
      4. Exchange Native Data Protection
        1. Deleted Items Retention
        2. In-Place Hold
        3. Single Item Recovery
        4. Archive Mailboxes
        5. Retention Policies
        6. Database Availability Groups
        7. Lagged Copies
        8. Circular Logging
        9. Point-in-Time Recovery
      5. Summary
    18. Chapter 8: Unified Messaging
      1. Features of Unified Messaging
      2. The Role of Unified Messaging
      3. Objects of Unified Messaging
        1. UM Dial Plans
        2. UM Hunt Groups
      4. UM Mailbox Policies
      5. UM Auto Attendant
        1. Configuring UM Auto Attendent with Exchange Admin Center
        2. Creating a UM Auto Attendant with Exchange Management Shell
        3. Additional Configurations
        4. Creating a Custom Navigation Menu
      6. UM Language Packs
      7. Certificates
      8. UM Mailbox Management
      9. Lync Server 2013 Integration
        1. Lync Server Configuration
        2. Configuring Exchange Server
        3. Unified Contact Store
        4. Exchange Archiving
      10. Call Answering Rules
      11. Voice-Mail Preview
        1. Outlook Voice Access
      12. Summary
    19. Chapter 9: Compliance
      1. In-Place Archiving
        1. Enabling In-Place Archives
        2. Disabling In-Place Archives
        3. Reconnecting In-Place Archives
        4. Checking and Modifying in-Place Archive Quotas
        5. Relocating the in-Place Archives
        6. Exporting and Exporting in-Place Archives
      2. In-Place eDiscovery
        1. Management of In-Place eDiscovery
        2. Discovery Mailbox
        3. Searching Mailboxes
      3. In-Place Hold
        1. Enabling in-Place Hold
        2. Disabling in-Place Hold
      4. Messaging Records Management
        1. Retention Policy Tags
        2. Retention Policies
        3. Managed Folder Assistant
      5. Transport Rules
        1. Creating a Transport Rule
        2. Priority Rankings for Transport Rules
      6. Journaling
        1. Options for Journaling Rules
        2. Creating a Standard Journal Rule
        3. Creating a Premium Journal Rule
        4. Configuring an Alternative Journal Recipient
      7. Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
        1. Creating the DLP Policies
        2. Importing and Exporting DLP Policies and Templates
        3. Customizing Your DLP Policy
        4. DLP Document Fingerprinting
      8. Auditing
        1. Administrator Audit Logging
        2. Mailbox Audit Logging
      9. Message Classification
        1. Outlook and Classifications
      10. Information Rights Management
        1. Configuring the Active Directory Rights ManagementServices
        2. Choosing AD RMS Templates
        3. Protecting Messages Using IRM
        4. Outlook Protection Rules
        5. Transport Protection Rules
      11. Summary
    20. Chapter 10: Security
      1. Role-Based Access Control
        1. The Basic RBAC Components
        2. Putting it All Together: Management Role Assignments
      2. Split Permissions
        1. RBAC Split Permissions
        2. Active Directory Split Permissions
      3. S/MIME
        1. Configuring S/MIME in Exchange 2013 SP1
        2. Outlook Web Access and S/MIME
        3. Outlook and S/MIME
        4. Windows Phone 8.1 and S/MIME
      4. Summary
    21. Chapter 11: Office 365 and Exchange Online
      1. Deployment Options
      2. Connecting to Office 365
        1. Exchange Online
        2. Windows Azure Active Directory
        3. Autodiscover
        4. DNS Checks
      3. Federation
      4. Sharing of Information
        1. Organizational Relationships
        2. Custom Organizational Relationships
        3. Sharing Policies
        4. Internet Calendar Publishing
      5. OAuth Authentication
      6. Access Management
        1. Windows Azure Active Directory Synchronization Tool
        2. Single Sign-On
      7. Multi-Factor Authentication
        1. Configuring MFA using the WAAD Module
        2. App Passwords
      8. Onboarding and Offboarding Mailboxes
        1. Onboarding Mailboxes Using EAC
        2. Onboarding Mailboxes Using EMS
        3. Onboarding Multiple Mailboxes
        4. Offboarding Mailboxes
        5. Incrementally Managing Mailbox Moves
      9. Exchange Online Archiving
      10. Mail Flow
      11. Reporting
        1. Service Health
        2. Tenant Reports
        3. Message Tracking
      12. Summary
    22. Index