Installing Exchange Server and Configuring Server Roles in VS .NET

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6. Click the Limits tab. Change the settings so that the value for transient failure retry attempts is set to 10, that the maximum time since submission for message expiration is three days, and that senders will be notified if their message is delayed more than one hour, as shown in Figure 2-29. Click OK to close the Glasgow Properties dialog box. 7. Under Microsoft Exchange, expand the Organization Configuration node and then click the Hub Transport node. 8. Click the Accepted Domains tab and then click New Accepted Domains under Actions. This will start the New Accepted Domain Wizard. 9. On the New Accepted Domain page, enter Tailspintoys.com in the Name box and tailspintoys.com in Accepted Domain. Verify that the Authoritative Domain option is selected, as shown in Figure 2-30. Click New. 10. Flick Finish to close the wizard. The Exchange Server 2007 organization that you deployed in the first lesson of this chapter is now authoritative for both the tailspintoys.com and the tailspintoys.internal domain.
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Installing Exchange Server and Configuring Server Roles
Practice 2: Configuring Client Access Server Role
In this practice, you will configure OWA so that remote users can change their password. You will also configure OWA so that remote users can access File Shares and SharePoint sites. To complete this practice, perform the following steps: 1. Log on to the Exchange Server 2007 computer using the Kim_Akers user account. 2. Open the DNS console from the Administrative Tools menu. 3. Create a new primary forward lookup zone called Tailspintoys.com. Create a new host record called outlkany in the tailspintoys.com zone. Assign the new host the IP address of the Exchange Server 2007 computer. 4. Open Exchange Management Console. Dismiss the unlicensed server warning and expand the Server Configuration node. 5. Click the Client Access node. In the Actions pane, click Enable Outlook Anywhere. 6. On the Enable Outlook Anywhere page, set the external host name to outlkany.tailspintoys.com and verify that basic authentication is set, as shown in Figure 2-31, and then click Enable.
Figure 2-31
Enable Outlook Anywhere
7. When the Completion page is shown, click Finish.
Lesson 2: Configuring Exchange Server Roles
8. Under the Outlook Web Access tab, right-click owa (Default Web Site) and then click Properties. 9. Click the Segmentation tab, as shown in Figure 2-32. Verify that the Change Password item is set to be enabled.
Figure 2-32
Allowing OWA users to change passwords
10. Click the Public Computer File Access tab and remove the checks next to the Windows File Shares and Windows SharePoint Services items, as shown in Figure 2-33. Click Apply. 11. Click the Remote File Servers tab and then click Allow. 12. In the Allow list, enter the hosts sharepoint.tailspintoys.internal and fileserver. tailspintoys.internal and click OK twice to close the dialog box. 13. From the Administrative Tools Program menu, open the Services console. 14. Right-click the Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 service and then click Properties. 15. On the General tab, change Startup Type to Automatic and then click Start. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box. 16. Repeat this process for the Microsoft Exchange POP3 service.
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Installing Exchange Server and Configuring Server Roles
Figure 2-33
Restricting access to shared files on public computers
Practice 3: Configuring the Mailbox Server Role
In this practice, you will create a storage group. Once you have created the storage group, you will create a new mailbox database within the group. You will then also configure the retention settings of the new mailbox database. To complete this practice, perform the following steps: 1. Log on to the Exchange Server 2007 computer using the Kim_Akers user account. 2. Open the Exchange Management Console. Dismiss the unlicensed server warning and expand the Server Configuration node. 3. Click the Mailbox item. 4. In the Actions pane, click New Storage Group. This will bring up the New Storage Group dialog box. 5. Enter the name Second Storage Group in the Storage group name text box and accept the default values for the Log Files And System Files path, as shown in Figure 2-34. Click New. 6. Click Finish to close the New Storage Group Wizard. 7. Verify the creation of the new storage group by examining the Database Management pane when the Mailbox node is selected under Server Configuration. Click Second Storage Group.
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