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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
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Figure 11-15 Launching ActiveSync on your mobile device
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Figure 11-16 Specify the URL of your ActiveSync Exchange server
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Figure 11-17 Configuring user credentials
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Figure 11-18 Configuring which data to synchronize
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Upon completion, ActiveSync will attempt to synchronize immediately with Exchange You can modify the schedule the mobile client uses to synchronize by clicking the Menu button in the lower-right area of the ActiveSync application screen and choosing Schedule from the menu On the Schedule screen, shown in Figure 11-19, you can specify when to synchronize based on peak and off-peak times ( Peak time defaults to Monday through Friday, 8:00 am through 6:00 pm)
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The screenshots I ve shown you (which, by the way, were done using the standalone Windows Mobile Emulator) are using version 50 of Windows Mobile The next version of Windows Mobile (code-named Crossbow ), was just announced while I was writing this chapter and was unavailable to demo However, it will have several new Exchangerelated features: Improved rendering of e-mail messages and embedded elements, such as pictures and tables Improved e-mail experience, including setting out-of-office replies, message storage management, and the Reply To All feature
Figure 11-19 Configuring the ActiveSync schedule
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Search for messages stored on the Exchange mailbox Direct access to SharePoint and internal folder shares linked to from within messages Use of follow-up flags
The process of setup and configuration of the Windows Mobile 60 client will be basically the same as the Outlook 2007 Autodiscover feature
OUTLOOK VOICE ACCESS
The last mobile client is the one that has no graphical user interface (GUI) With Microsoft s introduction of unified messaging, they have also introduced a mobile ability to access all of your messages, be they e-mail, voice, or fax Outlook Voice Access (OVA) allows you to access all three of the message types from any phone in the world E-mail messages can be read to you, you can (of course) listen to your voice messages, and faxes can be sent to a fax number you specify (no, not read to you who really wants to hear about low mortgage rates and health insurance anyway ) OVA will prompt users in the following supported languages: English (US) English (UK) English (Australia) German Spanish (Spain) Spanish (Mexico) French (France) French (Canada) Italian Japanese Korean Dutch (Netherlands) Portuguese (Brazil) Chinese (China) Chinese (Taiwan) Swedish
While prompts can be heard in these languages, OVA will only accept spoken commands in English; users of other languages will need to use their telephone keypad to enter responses
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
Since this is a client-configuration chapter, I would normally discuss how to configure this mobile client The truth is that OVA is a simple phone-based interface that has no real configuration, only usage instructions So I want to take the opportunity to point out the most useful configuration document I could find on the subject: Microsoft s Outlook Voice Access Quick Reference Guide It does a fantastic job of covering how users interact with OVA to retrieve and manage all message data Download the OVA Quick Reference Guide at http:/ /gomicrosoftcom/fwlink/ LinkId=64645
SUMMARY
In this chapter, I covered the various mobile clients available that can access Exchange 2007 With each of these clients, Exchange becomes more and more accessible from anywhere, anytime, and just about anyhow In the next chapter, I will switch gears, from focusing on client management to advanced management tasks, beginning with securing Exchange
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Securing Exchange 2007
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
hroughout the book, I ve touched on the security measures available for nearly every part of Exchange Even so, no specific focus has been on security Exchange obviously cannot run in a vacuum; it needs to be accessible to and from the Internet, which means your Exchange servers need to be hardened to protect your environment from malicious attacks So I want to take a chapter and specifically address securing Exchange Microsoft has included plenty of security measures (and not just the patches we hear about on Patch Tuesday), both in Windows and Exchange: The hardening of Windows using the Security Configuration Wizard Secure communication methods The use of certificates and authentication prior to communication Exchange support in Microsoft s Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server
In this chapter, I will touch on securing Exchange in general, as well as for each specific server role I ll start by covering a few common security concepts, follow up with the hardening of Windows using the Security Configuration Wizard, and then focus on each of the server roles and the security measures you can implement If I ve already covered some of the steps to securing a particular role, I ll reference you back to the content in the corresponding chapter
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