Designing Exchange 2000 Functionality

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

Overview

To describe how to design a functioning messaging solution

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft Exam 70-225 Designing and Deploying a Messaging Infrastructure with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, IS administrators, network administrators, IS consultants, and staff involved in the support of IS systems who wish to attain an understanding of the design and deployment of Exchange 2000

Prerequisites

The Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server learning path or knowledge of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5, a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, a working knowledge of networking (TCP/IP, DNS, IIS), and a working knowledge of Internet protocols (POP3, HTTP, etc.)

Expected Duration

290 min.

Course Objectives

Designing Exchange 2000 Functionality

  • design both an upgrade and a migration strategy.
  • design ADC connection agreements, plan a migration that uses ADMT, and design connection agreements to support container synchronization.
  • design an upgrade or migration strategy for deploying Exchange 2000 in an organization.
  • design interorganizational connectivity in an Active Directory environment.
  • design interorganizational connectivity with existing DNS and ADC configurations.
  • identify permissions and delegation issues in designing interorganizational connectivity.
  • design interorganizational connectivity in an Exchange 2000 deployment.
  • plan for the coexistence of Exchange 2000 Server with foreign mail systems.
  • plan for coexistence of Exchange 2000 Server with Exchange Server 5.5.
  • plan for the coexistence of Exchange 2000 with other messaging systems.
  • design a real-time collaboration solution that uses the chat service.
  • design a real-time collaboration solution that uses Instant Messaging and a solution that uses both Instant Messaging and chat service.
  • design an Exchange 2000 real-time collaboration solution that uses chat service and Instant Messaging.
  • design a mail access strategy using MAPI.
  • design a mail access strategy that uses Internet Message Application Protocol v.4.
  • explain how to design a mail access strategy that uses Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
  • design an appropriate Exchange 2000 mail access strategy.
  • design a mail access strategy.
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