Exchange 2016 is the latest (and possibly final) release of Microsoft's email solution for on-premises environments. This course will NOT go into installation or major configuration aspects but will focus on recipient management, a key aspect of Exchange administration and a primary role.
J. Peter Bruzzese (one of the co-founders of ClipTraining.com) is an Exchange MVP and an internationally published technical author with over a dozen titles to his credit. In addition, he is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a Triple-MCSE and MCITP for Messaging. He has been a technical journalist for 15 years and is the Enterprise Windows columnist for InfoWorld.
Exchange 2016 Management Tools Greetings, and welcome to Pluralsight. In this module, we'll be talking about Exchange Server 2016 Management Tools. My name is J. Peter Bruzzese, and I'll be your instructor. You can reach out to me on Twitter @JPBruzzese and you can see my schedule and such through www. exclusivelyexchange. com. Okay, so let's get started. The tools to manage Exchange come in two forms. There is a web-based console. This is a GUI console called the Exchange Admin Center and it's accessed through a browser. And then we have a command-line tool called the Exchange Management Shell. This is a PowerShell-based solution.
Mailbox Configuration Greetings, and welcome to Pluralsight. In this module, we'll be talking about Mailbox Configuration. My name is J. Peter Bruzzese, and I'll be your instructor. You can reach me on Twitter @JPBruzzese, and you can see my schedule and such through www. exclusivelyexchange. com. Okay, so let's get started. There are a variety of different key mailbox features that you're going to need to be able to configure and this includes policy assignments, phone and voice features, mobile devices, email connectivity options, and then there are mail flow features that involve things like delivery options, message size restrictions, message delivery restrictions, and this is just a small subset of some of the different items and elements that you can actually manage and configure for the different mailboxes within your organization. The best way to truly learn about mailbox configuration is to jump over to the Exchange Server and let's start walking through the various configuration options and talk about what each of them does and when you might utilize a certain feature in order to accomplish setting certain configuration standards.
Clients and Mobile Device Management Greetings, and welcome to Pluralsight. In this module, we'll be talking about Clients and Mobile Device Management. My name is J. Peter Bruzzese, and I'll be your instructor. You can reach me on Twitter @JPBruzzese, and you can see my schedule and such through www. exclusivelyexchange. com. Okay, so let's get started. There's no doubt that client connectivity, mobile device connectivity to Exchange, these are essential elements to any Exchange environment and certainly something that you as the recipient administrator would need to be able to control and configure. There are three main elements to consider with regard to client and mobile configuration. These include feature enablement, so being able to enable Outlook on the web or ActiveSync, which we already discussed in a previous lesson, but will review it again here. And then there's policy settings. There are Outlook Web App policies and a variety of different configuration options, as well as mobile device mailbox policies with a different set of configuration options. So, we'll take a look at both of those. And then we have Mobile Device Access. That's where devices are initially quarantined and you can enable them and allow them in or you can block them. You can establish device access rules for different types of devices. So here we see the three main elements for client and mobile device access. We can talk about it all day long, but the best way to learn about these features is to jump right in and see them on our Exchange Server.