In this video, video how to place a public folder and mailbox and how to create and configure them for use by the client.
- [Instructor] Activity in a public folder directly impacts … the load that's placed on the public folder mailbox … where the folder is located. … To avoid client connectivity issues such as high latency … or the inability to access a public folder, … we recommend you do the following. … Don't let public folder mailboxes exceed 50% … of the mailbox size limit. … For instance, if we set the limit to two gigabytes, … don't let is get above one gigabyte … in order to prevent latency. … Consider moving heavily used public folders … to a dedicated public folder mailbox. … This would mean creating a mailbox … and only including the one public folder. … We can also add public folders … to increase the amount of mailboxes that we're using. … And we can exclude heavily used public folders … from serving in the public folder hierarchy. … What we would do here is to create a shared mailbox instead, … which could serve the same purpose. … Don't forget to back up the mailboxes frequently … and place public folders near the users. …
- Planning an Exchange Server deployment
- Installing Exchange
- Installing authentication certificates
- Configuring authentication methods
- Designing mail flow
- Configuring send and receive connections
- Configuring transport rules
- Creating database availability groups for HA
- Managing database cluster failover for HA
- Accessing Exchange using Outlook
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Planning for Exchange Deployment
2. Deploying the Client Access Services
3. Deploying Email Transport
4. Deploying High Availability
5. Command Line Setup Options
6. Deploying Mobile and Outlook Solutions
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