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If you want to change back to the model used with the release version, run the Setup /PrepareAD /ActiveDirectorySplitPermissions:false command.
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Exchange has several options with which an administrator can successfully manage the environment. These options are through the EMC, EMS, and ECP. The EMC is where a lot of administrators traditionally start to manage Exchange. However, if you want to perform many tasks or have greater control over the Exchange environment it is important that you become familiar with the EMS, especially when performing bulk administration. EMS has been designed to allow automation of repetitive administrative tasks and it s a best practice to become very familiar with how EMS can be utilized in your Exchange organization. EMS is used to manage your Exchange Recipients and provide detailed control over these objects. In addition to the EMS and the EMC, Exchange 2010 now includes the ECP as mentioned earlier in this chapter. The ECP gives both administrators and end users the ability to perform a variety of management tasks through a Web-based interface. Administrative tasks that can be completed in ECP include managing mailboxes, contacts, groups, and User and Administrator roles. Exchange 2010 SP1 provides a number of improvements in ECP for both users and administrators. The user improvements include:
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Users can modify calendar sharing permissions management. Users can better identify their POP/IMAP/SMTP server names. Support for administrators that do not have a mailbox-enabled account to log on to ECP Additional RBAC features, including being able to create, assign, and modify user roles Exchange ActiveSync policy, reporting, and device management Per-User Mailbox settings Improvements to the Message Records Management retention tagging Ability to define a group-naming policy
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The ECP improvements for administrators include:
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What are Exchange Recipients In any messaging system, some Active Directory objects are mailbox-enabled or mail-enabled. These objects are referred to as Exchange Recipients. Exchange Recipients include:
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User mailboxes A user mailbox is a mailbox assigned to an Active Directory object
that can represent a person who uses the network. Each user in Active Directory can be mailbox-enabled, mail-enabled, or neither. Each user s mailbox is a private area that allows an individual user to send, receive, and store messages.
Room mailboxes A room mailbox is an Active Directory object that can be used
to manage meeting rooms such as conference rooms, training rooms, or any location where you want scheduling to occur so as to prevent double booking.
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Equipment mailboxes These types of mailboxes are also Active Directory objects.
Equipment accounts have the user account disabled and are used for items such as company cars for travel, projectors, or loaner laptops.
Linked mailboxes This type of mailbox is accessed by an external account. This
comes in handy if an organization has many resources and needs to consolidate them into a resource forest for a simplified management solution.
Contacts These are Active Directory objects that contain information about a person
or an organization outside of your Exchange organization. These objects can appear in distribution groups and the Global Address List (GAL).
Mail-enabled distribution and security groups A mail-enabled Active Directory
security group object can be used to grant access permissions to Active Directory resources as well as to distribute messages to multiple recipients. You can use a mail-enabled Active Directory distribution group object to distribute messages to a group of recipients.
Dynamic distribution groups A dynamic distribution group uses a recipient filter
and conditions to determine its membership at the time messages are sent.
Managing Mail-Enabled Users and Mailboxes
Mailboxes and mail-enabled users are Active Directory objects that contain information about users and also provide credentials to log on to the organization and access resources. Being able to use the credentials to access resources is one of the major differences between a mail-enabled user and a mail-enabled contact. Many tasks are performed when managing user mailboxes, including the following:
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Creating mailboxes Adding an e-mail address for a user mailbox Creating a linked mailbox Connecting a mailbox Configuring anti-spam Deleting mailboxes Disabling mailboxes Configuring mail forwarding Configuring message size limits Configuring storage quotas Updating recipient s information
Many of these tasks are fairly straightforward and often control what best practices should be such as using the New Mailbox Wizard some attention should be given when managing and designing an Exchange organization. The next several sections touch on a few of the major tasks that are performed on a regular basis.
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