Configuring Exchange 2000

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To describe how to configure Exchange 2000 Server

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft certification in installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server; managers, IT consultants, analysts, network administrators, and support professionals who are responsible for implementing and supporting a messaging solution with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server


The Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server learning path or equivalent knowledge

Expected Duration

375 min.

Course Objectives

Configuring Exchange 2000

  • explain what the Information Store is and how to create and configure a mailbox store.
  • explain the use and benefits of multiple storage groups and multiple databases.
  • set up and transfer the Active Directory Schema snap-in.
  • configure Instant Messaging and chat services.
  • create and manage administrative groups.
  • configure Instant Messaging and chat service objects.
  • create and manage public folders.
  • configure the Active Directory object attributes of a public folder.
  • configure the store attributes of a public folder.
  • configure multiple public folder trees.
  • configure and manage system folders.
  • configure different attributes of public folders.
  • configure resources for high-volume access.
  • configure the processor, memory, and hard disk of various Exchange 2000 servers to achieve optimal performance.
  • diagnose and resolve server-specific performance problems.
  • describe what certificates are and configure Exchange 2000 Server to issue v.3 certificates.
  • describe digest authentication and explain how to enable digest authentication for Instant Messaging.
  • describe what a certificate trust list is and create a new certificate trust list.
  • configure virtual servers for security.
  • configure the Key Management Server to issue digital signatures.
  • configure an Exchange 2000 server for security.
  • mail-enable and mailbox-enable users and to configure users for e-mail, Instant Messaging, and chat services.
  • configure user information stores.
  • create and manage address lists in Exchange 2000 Server.
  • diagnose and resolve recipient update service problems.