Client Access in Exchange Server 2010

Systems administrators, systems engineers, systems analysts, IT consultants, and support professionals with responsibility for planning, implementing, and maintaining Microsoft Exchange Server 2010; learners preparing for the MCTS and MCITP certification exams

A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2008; a working knowledge of networking, including TCP/IP, DNS, and IIS; an understanding of Internet protocols, such as POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, and HTTP may be beneficial

Expected Duration
90 minutes

As e-mail is now one of the most common forms of business communication, it is necessary for many people to access their e-mail whether they are at the office, home or traveling abroad. Traditionally, people could only access e-mail remotely through a simplified web interface or by configuring a VPN to their corporate network. Discussed in this course are technologies such as Outlook Web Access and Outlook Anywhere that provide access to e-mail through a web browser and Exchange ActiveSync that enables users to synchronize a mobile device with an Exchange server.


Exchange Server 2010 Client Access and ActiveSync

  • recognize features of the CAS client types and services
  • enable POP3 and IMAP4 in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to enable POP3 access for a user
  • use the EMC to apply an ActiveSync mailbox policy to a mailbox
  • use the EMC to create an ActiveSync mailbox policy
  • use the EMC to perform an ActiveSync remote wipe
  • Exchange Server 2010 Remote Access

  • use the EMC to enable Outlook Anywhere
  • recognize how Outlook Anywhere works in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to configure WebReady Document Viewing for an OWA virtual directory
  • recognize how to manage file and data access in OWA
  • use the EMC to create an OWA mailbox policy
  • differentiate between organization relationships and sharing policies




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