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Installing routing-group connectors Testing routing-group connectors Configuring common settings for connectors Configuring routing-group connectors Removing routing-group connectors Installing SMTP connectors Configuring SMTP connectors Starting, stopping, and pausing virtual servers Specifying a unique identity for a virtual server Controlling inbound connections for virtual servers Creating a new virtual server Configuring the default SMTP virtual server Display current sessions for a virtual server Terminating current sessions for a virtual server Configuring a front-end server Viewing server and connector status Enabling and configuring monitors Enabling and configuring notifications Enabling and configuring protocol logging Enabling and configuring diagnostic logging Enabling and configuring message tracking Managing SMTP queues Backing up Exchange Upgrading Exchange 55 to Windows 2000 Installing the Active Directory connector (ADC) Preparing the forest using FORESTPREP Configuring connection agreements Preparing the domain using DOMAINPREP Upgrading Exchange 55 to Exchange 2000
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Although I ve tried hard in good faith to make this work as accurate and reliable as possible, neither myself (the author) nor the publisher (Osborne/McGraw-Hill) assume any liability or responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage arising from the information presented in this book In other words, the information provided in this book is presented on an as is basis The author recommends strongly that you test all procedures and suggestions outlined in this book in a test environment
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before implementing them in a production environment, and that you refer to Microsoft s official documentation on Exchange 2000 as the authoritative guide to configuring and using the product Mitch Tulloch, MCT, MCSE, BSc, CertEd wwwmtitcom wwwswynkcom/mitch
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Installation
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This chapter covers the basics of installing the Exchange 2000 Server The planning and design issues associated with upgrading to Exchange 2000 will be covered in 25 We ll begin by installing Exchange on a couple of Windows 2000 machines in a simple testbed environment This will give us the opportunity to learn Exchange from the ground up and prevent us from getting bogged down in the nitty-gritty details of planning, upgrading, and migration, which we ll deal with in Chpater 25 For the record, the Windows 2000 forest we re going to use as our testbed consists of two machines running Windows 2000 Advanced Server One of these machines is a domain controller and the other is a member server The domain controller is the forest root domain controller and has the DNS name mtitcom (the domain name for my company, MTIT Enterprises) As we progress, we ll add more domains, Exchange servers, and client computers as the need arises Figure 11 shows the initial deployment in our testbed environment
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