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Outlook Web Access, Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP), Post Office Protocol (POP), and Exchange Active Sync (EAS) clients do not connect directly to the Mailbox Server role To monitor these clients, you will need to monitor the Client Access Server connections For clients that are external to your network, you may need to simulate connections with test accounts and client devices/machines so that you can monitor and validate their experience
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The Exchange Server 2007 architecture is broken into five distinct roles From a maintenance perspective, this means that five separate roles must be monitored This is especially important to understand when a single server may have multiple roles installed A typical
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installation of Exchange Server 2007 will have three roles installed (Client Access Server, Hub Transport server, and Mailbox server) Monitoring tools will have three views associated with that single server In some cases, the same data will be visible from all three perspectives (for example, the event logs for the server) On the other hand, there is data that can only be collected from a specific role For example, only the Mailbox role will have information about the number of mailboxes on the server So what should be monitored based on role The information in Table 20-2 is collected by the Exchange 2007 management pack for MOM 2005 Although MOM has these settings preconfigured, it is possible to use other tools such as the Event Viewer and Performance Monitor to gather the same information However, it will take longer to analyze the information that you gather without the help of the logic built into the Exchange 2007 management pack Another tool that can be helpful in monitoring the Exchange 2007 roles is the Microsoft Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool (ExBPA) It collects configuration information from Active Directory, the Windows Server Registry, the IIS metabase, and server/application performance objects to learn about all the Exchange Server roles you have deployed By comparing the information that it retrieves with the Microsoft Best Practices database, you can monitor for inappropriate settings throughout the organization
Server Role Client Access
Role-Specific Items to Monitor ActiveSync Connections OWA Connections Web Services Connectivity Transport Delivery Status Notification (DSN) Transport Queues Agents Transport Delivery Status Notification (DSN) Transport Queues Agents Information Store Public Receive Queue Size Client RPC Database RPC Mailbox Count Mailflow MAPIConnectivity UM Connectivity
Edge Transport
Hub Transport
Mailbox
Unified Messaging TABLE 20-2
Monitoring Server Roles
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Alerts and Notifications
Monitoring tools such as MOM allow you to centralize all your monitoring and then store and analyze the results from a central location This is ideal for the maintenance cycle But one of the requirements that administrators have for any monitoring solution is for it to be able to identify problems and then notify an administrator so that the problems can be resolved If you do not have MOM, it doesn t mean you can t have notifications The Performance Monitor has an alert feature built in One bit negative to PerfMon alerts is that they do not have an integrated e-mail message notification option Here are the actions you can take when an alert is triggered: Log an entry in the application event log (default) Send a network message to Start performance data log Run this program
Configuring a PerfMon Alert
1 Open the Performance Monitor on your management machine 2 Expand Performance Logs and Alerts and select Alerts 3 Right-click Alerts and select New Alert Settings 4 Type Low Disk Space and click OK 5 Type Free Disk Space Alert in the Comment field 6 Click the Add button 7 Select the Exchange server you want to monitor from the Select counters from computer drop-down box 8 Select Logical Disk from the Performance object drop-down box, and select Free Megabytes from the Select counters from list box 9 Verify that the drive instance you want to monitor is selected Click Add once and then click Close 10 Select Under from the Alert when the value is drop-down box and type a number in MB that represents 20% of the total disk space (for example, 4000 is 20% of a 20GB drive) 11 Change the Sample data every settings to once per day 12 Click the Actions tab and select the method for which you would like to be alerted, as shown next 13 Click the Schedule tab and configure the time that the alert should run You can set it to manually start as well 14 Click OK
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